Authors

Amelia McLarty, Department of Agriculture
Bob French, Department of Agriculture
Laurie Wahlsten, Department of Agriculture
Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture
Paul Blackwell, Department of Agriculture
Mike Collins, Department of Agriculture
Bill Crabtree, WANTFA
Geoff Fosbery, Farm Focus Consultants
Angie Roe, Farm Focus Consultants
Matt Beckett, WANTFA
Abul Hashem, Department of Agriculture
Nerys Wilkins, Department of Agriculture
Geoff Thomas, Department of Agriculture
Ken Adcock, Department of Agriculture
Debbie Thackray, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture and Department of Agriculture
Jenny Hawkes, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture and Department of Agriculture
Roger Jones, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture and Department of Agriculture
Brenda Coutts, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture and Department of Agriculture
Manisha Shankar, Co-operative Research Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture, The University of Western Australia
Mark Sweetingham, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture and Department of Agriculture
Bevan Buirchell, Department of Agriculture
Nichole Burges, Department of Agriculture
Dominie Wright, Department of Agriculture
Susan J. Barker, University of Western Australia
Jairo A. Palta, CSIRO Plant Industry, CLIMA, University of Western Australia
Neil C. Turner, CSIRO Plant Industry, CLIMA, University of Western Australia
Matt Evans, CSBP
Brett Glencross, Department of Fisheries
John Curnow, Department of Fisheries
Wayne Hawkins, Department of Agriculture
Jon C. Clements, CLIMA, University of Western Australia

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture

City

Perth

Publication Date

20-2-2002

Keywords

Lupinus mutabilis, lupin species, alternative crops, restricted-branching, short-growing seasons, Establishment, dry soil, wet delving, Wide rows, shield spraying, tramlines, grain yields, precise seed placement, Potash, nutrition, cultivars, Competition, seed size, nutrient uptake, protein percentage, lupin protein, seed nutrients, fungicide sprays, anthracnose, seed infection, variety resistance, rainfall, CMV, aphids, model, decision support system, pasture, disease, virus, losses, productivity, risks, threat, integrated control measures, yield loss, Phomopsis, screening tests, resistance, diagnostic service, Genetic manipulation, disease resistance, seed quality, GM regulations, grain protein, crop management, seed yield, urea, terminal drought, Lupin protein, foliar nitrogen, Flexi-N, swathing, harvesting, feed ingredient, kernel meals, fish, Seed quality, lupin breeding, seed coat

Abstract

This session covers twenty four papers from different authors:

LUPIN INDUSTRY ISSUES AND RESEARCH DIRECTIONS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Amelia McLarty LUPIN CONVENOR DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

VARIETIES

1. Evaluation of lupinus mutabilis in Western Australia, Bob French, Laurie Wahlsten and Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture

2. Adaption of restricted-branching lupins in short-growing season environments, Bob French, Laurie Wahlsten, Department of Agriculture

ESTABLISHMENT

3. Moisture delving for better lupin establishment, Dr Paul Blackwell, Department of Agriculture

4. Lupins, tramlines, 600mm rows, rolling and shield spraying … a good result in a dry season! Paul Blackwell and Mike Collins, Department of Agriculture

5. Lupin wider row spacing data and observations, Bill CrabtreeA, Geoff FosberyB, Angie RoeB, Mike CollinsCand Matt BeckettA,AWANTFA, BFarm Focus Consultants and CDepartment of Agriculture

NUTRITION

6. Lupin genotypes respond differently to potash, Bob French and Laurie Wahlsten, Department of Agriculture

7. Consequence of radish competition on lupin nutrients in a wheat-lupin rotation, Abul Hashem and Nerys Wilkins, Department of Agriculture

8. Consequence of ryegrass competition on lupin nutrients in a wheat-lupin rotation, Abul Hashem and Nerys Wilkins, Department of Agriculture

PESTS AND DISEASES

9. Fungicide sprays for control of lupin anthracnose, Geoff Thomas and Ken Adcock, Department of Agriculture

10. Estimated yield losses in lupin varieties from sowing anthracnose infected seed, Geoff Thomas, Department of Agriculture

11. Effect of variety and environment (northern and southern wheatbelt) on yield losses in lupins due to anthracnose, Geoff Thomas and Ken Adcock, Department of Agriculture,

12. A decision support system for the control of aphids and CMV in lupin crops, Debbie Thackray, Jenny Hawkes and Roger Jones, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture and Department of Agriculture

13. Integrated management strategies for virus diseases of lupin, Roger Jones, Crop Improvement Institute, Department of Agriculture, and Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture, University of WA

14. Quantifying yield losses caused by the non-necrotic strain of BYMV in lupin, Roger Jones and Brenda Coutts, Department of Agriculture, and Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture

15. Screening for pod resistance to phomopsis in various lupin species, Manisha Shankar1, Mark Sweetingham1&2and Bevan Buirchell2

1Co-operative Research Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture, The University of Western Australia, 2 Department of Agriculture

16. Lupin disease diagnostics, Nichole Burges and Dominie Wright, Department of Agriculture

QUALITY AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT

17. To GM or not to GM pulses – that is the question, Dr Susan J. Barker, The University of Western Australia

18. Towards a management package for grain protein in lupins, Bob French, Senior Research Officer, Department of Agriculture

19. Yield and seed protein response to foliar application of N among lupin genotypes, Jairo A Palta1&2, Bob French2&3and Neil C Turner1&2 , 1 CSIRO Plant Industry, Floreat Park, 2 CLIMA, University of Western Australia,3Department of Agriculture

20. Foliar nitrogen application to improve protein content in narrow-leafed lupin, Martin Harries, Bob French, Laurie Wahlsten, Department of Agriculture, Matt Evans, CSBP

21. Effect of time of swathing of lupins on grain protein content, Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture

22. Putting a value on protein premiums for the animal feed industries: Aquaculture, Brett Glencross and John Curnow, Department of Fisheries, Wayne Hawkins, Department of Agriculture

23. Progress in selecting for reduced seed hull and pod wall in lupin, Jon C. Clements, CLIMA, University of Western Australia

24. Contact details for principal authors


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