Authors

Roger Jones, Department of Agriculture
Nichole Burges, Department of Agriculture
Mohommad Amjad, Department of Agriculture
Ben Curtis, Department of Agriculture
Wal Anderson, Department of Agriculture
Darren Chitty, Agritech Crop Research
Brianna Peake, Liebe Group
Harm van Rees, Birchip Cropping Group, Victoria
Cherie Reilly, Birchip Cropping Group, Victoria
James Hunt, Birchip Cropping Group, Victoria
Dean Holzworth, CSIRO, Toowoomba, Qld
Zvi Hochman, CSIRO, Toowoomba, Qld
Allan Peake, CSIRO, Toowoomba, Qld
Neal Dalgliesh, CSIRO, Toowoomba, Qld
Stephen van Rees, Birchip Cropping Group, Victoria
Trudy McCann, Birchip Cropping Group, Victoria
Peter Carberry, CSIRO, Toowoomba, Qld
Raj Malik, Department of Agriculture
Kelly Winfield, Department of Agriculture
Brenda Shackley, Department of Agriculture
Judith Devenish, Department of Agriculture
Darshan Sharma, Department of Agriculture
Steve Penny Jr, Department of Agriculture
Christine Zaicou-Kunesch, Department of Agriculture
Mike Bolland, Department of Agriculture
Ross Brennan, Department of Agriculture
Paul Damon, University of Western Australia
Zed Rengel, University of Western Australia
Jeremy Lemon, Department of Agriculture
Perry Poulton, CSIRO, Toowoomba, Qld
Nick Poole, Foundation for Arable Research, New Zealand
Brooke Thompson, Cropfacts, Victoria
Stephen Loss, CSBP Ltd, WA
Jeff Russell, Department of Agriculture
Angie Roe, Farm Focus Consultants
James Eyres, Farm Focus Consultants
Narelle Simpson, Department of Agriculture
Ron McTaggart, Department of Agriculture
Lionel Martin, Department of Agriculture
Dave Allen, Department of Agriculture
Hossein Golzar, Department of Agriculture
Manisha Shankar, Department of Agriculture
Robert Loughman, Department of Agriculture
John Majewski, Department of Agriculture
Donna Foster, Department of Agriculture
Jamie Piotrowski, Department of Agriculture
Nicole Harry, Department of Agriculture
Geoff Thomas, Department of Agriculture
Kith Jayasena, Department of Agriculture
Svetlana Micic, Department of Agriculture
Paul Matson, Department of Agriculture
Tony Dore, Department of Agriculture
Thomas (Ben) Biddulph, University of Western Australia
Daryl Mares, University of Western Australia
Julie Plummer, University of Western Australia
Tim Setter, Department of Agriculture
Garren Knell, ConsultAg Pty Ltd, WA
Steve Curtin, ConsultAg Pty Ltd, WA
Wade Longmuir, ConsultAg Pty Ltd, WA
Nigel Metz, South East Premium Wheat Growers Association (SEPWA)
Tina Botwright Acuña, University of Western Australia
Len Wade, University of Western Australia
Cindy Mills, Australian Wheat Board
Peter Stone, Australian Wheat Board

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture

City

Perth

Publication Date

15-2-2006

Keywords

Wheat streak mosaic virus, High Plains Virus, epidemiology, mite vector, seed transmission, quarantine, agronomy, cultivars, time of sowing, sowing rate, plant population, nitrogen rate, long season winter wheat, dual purpose wheats, grazing wheats, simulated grazing, variety evaluation, wheat cultivars, grain yield, quality, noodle wheat, input package, risk management, Yield Prophet, validation, accuracy, oats, hay, oaten hay varieties, dwarf milling oats, non-dwarf milling oats, wheat varieties, wheat agronomy, time of sowing, plant density, nitrogen rate, crop management, applied nitrogen, seed rate, phenology, flowering date, variety specific agronomy, phosphorus, copper, zinc, no-till cropping, soil testing, residual value of fertilisers, genotypic differences, K efficiency, potassium, rubidium, soil moisture, subsoil, topsoil, uptake, yield forecasts, growth stage, canopy management, Yield Prophet, fertiliser, liquid, fluid, nutrient potassium, cereals, crop nutrition, water, tactical, wheat yield, grain quality, high rainfall cropping zone, powdery mildew, resistance gene, differential lines, stripe rust, wheat, fungicides, disease resistance, epidemic onset and development, partial resistance, adult plant resistance, Baudin, barley, loose smut, seed dressing, vagrant insects, harvest, insecticides, swath, grain drying, pre-harvest sprouting, germination, seed dormancy, falling number and grain quality, frost, copper deficiency, grain moisture, harvesting, SEPWA, hardpans, drought, root traits, crop shaping, markets, quality targets, customer requirements

Abstract

This session covers twenty nine papers from different authors:

PLENARY

1. The 2005 wheat streak mosaic virus epidemic in New South Wales and the threat posed to the Western Australian wheat industry, Roger Jones and Nichole Burges, Department of Agriculture

SOUTH COAST AGRONOMY

2. South coast wheat variety trial results and best options for 2006, Mohammad Amjad, Ben Curtis and Wal Anderson, Department of Agriculture

3. Dual purpose winter wheats to improve productivity, Mohammad Amjad and Ben Curtis, Department of Agriculture

4. South coast large-scale premium wheat variety trials, Mohammad Amjad and Ben Curtis, Department of Agriculture

5. Optimal input packages for noodle wheat in Dalwallinu – Liebe practice for profit trial, Darren Chitty, Agritech Crop Research and Brianna Peake, Liebe Group

6. In-crop risk management using yield prophet®, Harm van Rees1, Cherie Reilly1, James Hunt1, Dean Holzworth2, Zvi Hochman2; 1Birchip Cropping Group, Victoria; 2CSIRO, Toowoomba, Qld

7. Yield Prophet® 2005 – On-line yield forecasting, James Hunt1, Harm van Rees1, Zvi Hochman2,Allan Peake2, Neal Dalgliesh2, Dean Holzworth2, Stephen van Rees1, Trudy McCann1 and Peter Carberry2; 1Birchip Cropping Group, Victoria; 2CSIRO, Toowoomba, Qld

8. Performance of oaten hay varieties in Western Australian environments, Raj Malik and Kellie Winfield, Department of Agriculture

9. Performance of dwarf potential milling varieties in Western Australian environments, Kellie Winfield and Raj Malik, Department of Agriculture

10. Agronomic responses of new wheat varieties in the Southern agricultural region of WA, Brenda Shackley and Judith Devenish, Department of Agriculture

11. Responses of new wheat varieties to management factors in the central agricultural region of Western Australia, Darshan Sharma, Steve Penny and Wal Anderson,Department of Agriculture

12. Sowing time on wheat yield, quality and $ - Northern agricultural region, Christine Zaicou-Kunesch, Department of Agriculture

NUTRITION

13.The most effective method of applying phosphorus, copper and zinc to no-till crops, Mike Bolland and Ross Brennan, Department of Agriculture

14. Uptake of K from the soil profile by wheat, Paul Damon and Zed Rengel, Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, University of Western Australia

15. Reducing nitrogen fertiliser risks, Jeremy Lemon, Department of Agriculture

16. Yield Prophet® and canopy management, Harm van Rees1, Zvi Hochman2, Perry Poulton2, Nick Poole3, Brooke Thompson4, James Hunt1; 1Birchip Cropping Group, Victoria; 2CSIRO, Toowoomba, Qld; 3Foundation for Arable Research, New Zealand; 4Cropfacts, Victoria

17. Producing profits with phosphorus, Stephen Loss, CSBP Ltd, WA

18. Potassium response in cereal cropping within the medium rainfall central wheatbelt, Jeff Russell1, Angie Roe2 and James Eyres2, Department of Agriculture1, Farm Focus Consultants, Northam2

19. Matching nitrogen supply to wheat demand in the high rainfall cropping zone, Narelle Simpson, Ron McTaggart, Wal Anderson, Lionel Martin and Dave Allen, Department of Agriculture

DISEASES

20. Comparative study of commercial wheat cultivars and differential lines (with known Pm resistance genes) to powdery mildew response, Hossein Golzar, Manisha Shankar and Robert Loughman, Department of Agriculture

21. On farm research to investigate fungicide applications to minimise leaf disease impacts in wheat – part II, Jeff Russell1, Angie Roe2and James Eyres2, Department of Agriculture1, and Farm Focus Consultants, Northam2

22. Disease resistance update for wheat varieties in WA, Manisha Shankar, John Majewski, Donna Foster, Hossein Golzar, Jamie Piotrowski, Nicole Harry and Rob Loughman, Department of Agriculture

23. Effect of time of stripe rust inoculum arrival on variety response in wheat, Manisha Shankar, John Majewski and Rob Loughman, Department of Agriculture

24. Fungicide seed dressing management of loose smut in Baudin barley, Geoff Thomas and Kith Jayasena, Department of Agriculture

PESTS

25. How to avoid insect contamination in cereal grain at harvest, Svetlana Micic, Paul Matson and Tony Dore, Department of Agriculture

ABIOTIC

26. Environment – is it as important as variety in sprouting tolerance? Thomas (Ben) Biddulph1, Dr Daryl Mares1, Dr Julie Plummer1 and Dr Tim Setter2, School of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia1 and Department of Agriculture2

27. Frost or fiction, Garren Knell, Steve Curtin and Wade Longmuir, ConsultAg Pty Ltd, WA

28. High moisture wheat harvesting in Esperance 2005, Nigel Metz, South East Premium Wheat Growers Association (SEPWA) Projects Coordinator, Esperance, WA

SOILS

28. Hardpan penetration ability of wheat roots, Tina Botwright Acuña and Len Wade, School of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia

MARKETS

29. Crop shaping to meet predicted market demands for wheat in the 21st Century, Cindy Mills and Peter Stone,Australian Wheat Board, Melbourne

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