Authors

Peter White, Department of Agriculture
Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture
Ian Pritchard, Department of Agriculture
Rodger Beermier, Department of Agriculture
Mark Seymor, Department of Agriculture
David Syme, The Grain Pool of WA
Bevan Buirchell, Department of Agriculture
Kedar Adhikari, Department of Agriculture
Mark Sweetingham, Department of Agriculture
Geoff Thomas, Department of Agriculture
Jon Clements, University of Western Australia
Shao Fang Wang, Chemistry Centre (WA), CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Ping Si, Chemistry Centre (WA), CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
David Bowran, Department of Agriculture
Huaan Yang, Department of Agriculture, CLIMA
Mike Baker, Department of Agriculture
Wayne Parker, Department of Agriculture
Bob French, Department of Agriculture
Damien Owen D'arcy, Department of Agriculture
Bill Bowden, Department of Agriculture
Craig Scanlan, Department of Agriculture
Jeff Russell, Department of Agriculture
Angie Roe, Farm Focus Consultants
Greg Shea, Department of Agriculture
Chris Matthews, Department of Agriculture
Shahab Pathan, Department of Agriculture
Abul Hashem, Department of Agriculture
Sofia Sipsas, Department of Agriculture
John Quealy, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Roger Jones, Department of Agriculture
Clive Francis, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Colin Smith, Department of Agriculture
Gordon Francis, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Tanveer Khan, Department of Agriculture
Kerry Regan, Department of Agriculture
Jenny Garlinge, Department of Agriculture
Rod Hunter, Department of Agriculture
Greg Mussell, Department of Agriculture
Glen Riethmuller, Department of Agriculture
Moin Salam, Department of Agriculture
Jean Galloway, Department of Agriculture
Larn McMurray, South Australian Research amd Development Institute
Kambot Siddique, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Dirranie Kirby, Department of Agriculture
Murray Blyth, Department of Agriculture
Fucheng Shan, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Heather Clarke, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Madeleine Wouterlood, University of Western Australia
Hand Lambers, University of Western Australia
Erik Veneklaas, University of Western Australia
Peter Smith, Department of Agriculture
Gae Plunkett, Department of Agriculture
Tim Pope, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Janine Croser, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Julia Wilson, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Leanne Young, Department of Agriculture
Michael Materne, Department of Primary Industries, Victoria
Colin Hanbury, Department of Agriculture
Dennis van Gool, Department of Agriculture
Noel Schoknecht, Department of Agriculture
Richard Bell, Murdoch University
Wendy Vance, Murdoch University
Kedar Adhikari, Department of Agriculture, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia
Mohammad Nuruzzaman, University of Western Australia
Erik Veneklaas, University of Western Australia
Mike Bolland, Department of Agriculture
Stuart Pearse, University of Western Australia
Geoff Thomas, Department of Agriculture
Ken Adcock, Department of Agriculture
Bill McLeod, Department of Agriculture
Pip Payne, Department of Agriculture
Alan Harrod, Department of Agriculture
Glenda Smith, Department of Agriculture
Rohan Prince, Department of Agriculture

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture

City

Perth

Publication Date

16-2-2005

Keywords

Western Australian regions, lupin anthracnose, alkaloids, tolerance, row spacing, wild radish, breeding, variety, field pea, Desi chickpea, phosphorus, Kabuli chickpea, ascochyta, Cicer, Faba bean lentil germplasm, Lathyrus species, pulse, fungal disease, viruses, resistance

Abstract

This session covers sixty five papers from different authors:

1. 2004 LUPIN AND PULSE INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS, Peter White Department of Agriculture

2. BACKGROUND, Peter White Department of Agriculture

2004 REGIONAL ROUNDUP

3. Northern Agricultural Region, Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture

4. Central Agricultural Region, Ian Pritchard, Department of Agriculture

5. Great Southern and Lakes, Rodger Beermier, Department of Agriculture

6. Esperance Port Zone, Mark Seymour, Department of Agriculture, and David Syme, The Grain Pool of WA

LUPIN AND PULSE PRODUCTION AGRONOMY AND GENETIC IMPROVEMENT

7. Lupin, Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture

8. Narrow-leafed lupin breeding, Bevan Buirchell, Department of Agriculture

9. Yellow lupin breeding in Western Australia, Kedar Adhikari, Mark Sweetingham and Bevan Buirchell, Department of Agriculture

10. WALAB2000 - First Anthracnose resistant albus lupins, Kedar Adhikari, Bevan Buirchell, MarkSweetingham and Geoff Thomas, Department of Agriculture

11. Improving lupin grain quality and yield through genetic manipulation of key physiological traits, Jon Clements1 and Bevan Buirchell2,1CLIMA, The University of Western Australia 2Department of Agriculture

12. Lupin alkaloids in four Australian species, Shao Fang Wang, Chemistry Centre (WA), CLIMA, The University of Western Australia

13. Improving lupin tolerance to herbicides of metribuzin, isoxaflutole and carfentrazone-ethyl, Ping Si1, Mark Sweetingham12, Bevan Buirchell12, David Bowran2 and Huaan Yang12 , 1CLIMA, The University of Western Australia, 2Department of Agriculture

14. Combined cultural and shielded sprayer herbicide application for weed management, Martin Harries and Mike Baker Department of Agriculture

15. Field testing of lupin seed of various sources with and without post maturity, pre harvest rain for field establishment, Martin Harries, Wayne Parker, Mike Baker, Department of Agriculture

16. Lupin seed rate by wide row spacing, Martin Harries, Bob French, Damien Owen D’arcy, Department of Agriculture

17. How environment influences row spacing response in lupins, Bob French, Department of Agriculture

18. The effect of wider row spacing on lupin architecture, growth and nutrient uptake dynamics, Bill Bowden and Craig Scanlan, Department of Agriculture

19. Fertiliser placement and application rate in wide rows, Martin Harries, Damien Owen D’arcy, Department of Agriculture

20. The pros and cons of cowing lupins in ‘wide’ rows, Wayne Parker, Bob French and Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture

21. Investigation into the influence of row orientation in lupin crops, Jeff Russell1 and Angie Roe2, 1Department of Agriculture, 2Farm Focus Consultants

22. Making the most of Mandelup, Greg Shea and Chris Matthews, Department of Agriculture

23. The effect of wild radish density and lupin cultivars on their competition at Merredin, Shahab Pathan, Abul Hashem and Bob French, Department of Agriculture

24. The potential of pearl lupin (Lupinus mutabilis) for southern Australia, Jon Clements1, Mark Sweetingham2, Bevan Buirchell2, Sofia Sipsas2, Geoff Thomas2, John Quealy1, Roger Jones2, Clive Francis1, Colin Smith2 and Gordon Francis1, 1CLIMA, University of Western Australia 2Department of Agriculture

25. Field pea, Mark Seymour, Department of Agriculture

26. Breeding highlights, Tanveer. Khan and Bob French, Department of Agriculture

27. Variety evaluation, Tanveer Khan, Kerry Regan, Jenny Garlinge and Rod Hunter, Department of Agriculture

28. Large scale field pea variety trials, Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture

29. Kaspa demonstrations, Rodger Beermier, Mark Seymour, Ian Pritchard, Graham Mussell, Department of Agriculture

30. Field pea harvesting demonstration at Merredin, Glen Riethmuller, Greg Shea and Bob French, Department of Agriculture

31. Does Kaspa respond differently to disease, fungicides, time of sowing or seed rate, Mark Seymour, Department of Agriculture

32. Field pea response to foliar Manganese in mallee district, Mark Seymour, Department of Agriculture

33. Kaspa harvesting observations 2004, Mark Seymour, Ian Pritchard, Glen Riethmuller, Department of Agriculture

34. ‘Blackspot Manager’ for understanding blackspot of peas and ascochyta blight management, Moin Salam and Jean Galloway, Department of Agriculture

35. 250,000 ha of field pea in WA – Is it sustainable? Larn McMurray1 and Mark Seymour2, 1South Australian Research and Development Institute, 2Department of Agriculture

36. Desi chickpea, Wayne Parker, Department of Agriculture

37. Breeding highlights, Tanveer Khan1,2 and Kadambot Siddique2,1Department of Agriculture, 2CLIMA, The University of Western Australia

38. Variety evaluation, Tanveer Khan, Kerry Regan, Jenny Garlinge and Rod Hunter, Department of Agriculture

39. Large scale variety testing of desi chickpeas, Martin Harries, Greg Shea, Mike Baker, Dirranie Kirby, Department of Agriculture

40. Desi variety chickpea trial, Martin Harries and Murray Blyth, Department of Agriculture

41. Seeding rates and row spacing of chickpea desi, Martin Harries, MurrayBlyth, Damien Owen D’arcy, Department of Agriculture

42. Molecular characterisation of chickpea wild relatives, Fucheng Shan, Heather Clarke and Kadambot Siddique, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia

43. Plant phosphorus status has a limited influence on the concentration of phosphorus-mobilising carboxylates in the rhizosphere of chickpea, Madeleine Wouterlood, Hans Lambers and Erik Veneklaas, The University of Western Australia

44. Kabuli chickpea, Kerry Regan, Department of Agriculture, and CLIMA, The University of Western Australia

45. ‘Kimberly Large’ A high quality and high yielding new variety for the Ord River Irrigation Area, Kerry Regan1,2, Kadambot Siddique2, Peter White1,2, Peter Smith1 and Gae Plunkett1,1Department of Agriculture, 2CLIMA, University of Western Australia

46. Development of ascochyta resistant and high quality varieties for Australia, Kadambot Siddique1, Kerry Regan1,2, Tim Pope1 and Mike Baker2, 1CLIMA, The University of Western Australia 2Department of Agriculture

47. Towards double haploids in chickpeas and field pea, Janine Croser, Julia Wilson and Kadambot Siddique, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia

48. Crossing chickpea with wild Cicer relatives to introduce resistance to disease and tolerance to environmental stress, Heather Clarke and Kadambot Siddique, CLIMA, The University of Western Australia

49. Faba bean, Peter White, Department of Agriculture

50. Germplasm evaluation, Peter White1,2, Kerry Regan1,2, Tim Pope2, Martin Harries1, Mark Seymour1, Rodger Beermier1 and Leanne Young1, 1Department of Agriculture, 2CLIMA, The University of Western Australia

51. Lentil, Kerry Regan, Department of Agriculture, and CLIMA, The University of Western Australia

52. Variety and germplasm evaluation, Kerry Regan1,2, Tim Pope2, Leanne Young1, Martin Harries1, Murray Blyth1 and Michael Materne3, 1Department of Agriculture, 2CLIMA, University of Western Australia, 3Department of Primary Industries, Victoria

53. Lathyrus species, Kadambot Siddique1, Kerry Regan2, and Colin Hanbury2, 1CLIMA, the University of Western Australia, 2Department of Agriculture

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