Authors

Alexandra Douglas, Department of Agriculture and Food
Peter Newman, Department of Agriculture and Food
Sally Peltzer, Department of Agriculture and Food
Abul Hashem, Department of Agriculture and Food
Aik Cheam, Department of Agriculture and Food
Siew Lee, Department of Agriculture and Food
Natalie Maguire, University of Western Australia
Michael Walsh, University of Western Australia
Dan Cornally, Dow Agrosciences Australia
Matt Willis, University of Western Australia
Glen Riethmuller, Department of Agriculture and Food
Abul Hasham, Department of Agriculture and Food
Shahab Pathan, Department of Agriculture and Food
Michael Renton, Department of Agriculture and Food
Art Diggle, Department of Agriculture and Food
Mechelle Owen, University of Western Australia
Stephen Powles, University of Western Australia
Roberto Busi, University of Western Australia
Robert Barrett-Lennard, University of Western Australia
Andrew Storrie, NSW Department of Primary Industries
David Minkey, Department of Agriculture and Food
Craig A. Ruchs, Syngenta Crop Protection Australia Pty Ltd
Peter Boutsalis, University of Adelaide
Catherine Borger, University of Western Australia
Nerys Wilkins, Department of Agriculture and Food
Julie Roche, Department of Agriculture and Food
Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture and Food
John Peirce, Department of Agriculture and Food
Brad Rayner, Department of Agriculture and Food
John Moore, Department of Agriculture and Food
Ray Fulwood, Meckering, WA
Chris Roberts, Department of Agriculture and Food
Paul Matson, Department of Agriculture and Food
Bob French, Department of Agriculture and Food
Laurie Maiolo, Department of Agriculture and Food
Lorne Mills, Curtin University of Technology
Harmohinder Dhammu, Department of Agriculture and Food
Ben Tan, Department of Agriculture and Food
Vince Lambert, Department of Agriculture and Food
Chris Roberts, Department of Agriculture and Food
Vanessa Stewart, Department of Agriculture and Food

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture and Food

City

Perth

Publication Date

14-2-2007

Keywords

Wild radish, seed bank life, cultivation, predation, seed-set control, integrated weed management, phenoxy herbicides, 2, 4-D amine, wheat competition, florasulam, resistance, soil pH, crop competition, liming, weed seed head trimming, seed set, seed bank, wild oats, windrow, burning, annual ryegrass, weed control, seed ecology, seedbank dynamics, simulation model, herbicide resistance, random survey, gene flow, pollen dispersal, Lolium rigidum, doublegee resistance, metsulfuron methyl, Group C herbicides, WA wheatbelt, Glyphosate resistance, national glyphosate resistance management strategies, fleabane, barnyard grass, trifluralin alternative, herbicide mixtures, new herbicide molecules, efficacy, knockdown tank mixes, wheat, barley, grain yield, lupin, metribuzin, isoxaben, simazine, narrow leaf lupins, blue (sandplain) lupins, skeleton weed, clopyralid tolerance, herbicide, dose, rate, Avena, Lolium, rigid ryegrass, cereal, group A, grass-selective, model, HerbiRate, HerbiGuide, clodinafop, diclopfop, Topik, Hoegrass, glyphosate, paraquat + diquat, propyzamide, carfentrazone-ethyl, capeweed, wide-row, crop density, row spacing, APSIM, weed burden, sowing time, nodule, nitrogen, oats, cruciferous weeds, research priority, e-weed.

Abstract

This session covers thirty two papers from different authors:

1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, Alexandra Douglas CONVENOR – WEEDS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD

WILD RADISH MANAGEMENT

2. Decimate a wild radish seed bank in five years, Peter Newman, Sally Peltzer, Abul Hashem and Aik Cheam, Department of Agriculture and Food

3. High level of seed-set control in wild radish is achievable, Aik Cheam and Siew Lee,Department of Agriculture and Food

4. Wild radish: Best management practice, Aik Cheam and Siew Lee, Department of Agriculture and Food

5. Control of phenoxy resistant wild radish through the combined effects of wheat competition and phenoxy herbicides, Natalie Maguire and Michael Walsh, WAHRI, School of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia

6.Efficacy of florasulam on chlorsulfuron resistant and susceptible wild radish populations in Western Australia, Michael Walsh1 and Dan Cornally2, 1WAHRI, School of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia, 2Dow Agrosciences Australia

7. Does liming to increase soil pH limit the growth and development of wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum)Matt Willis and Michael Walsh, WAHRI, School of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia

IWM TECHNIQUES AND SEEDBANKS

8. Weed trimming – a potential technique to reduce weed seed set, Glen Riethmuller, Abul Hashem and Shahab Pathan, Department of Agriculture and Food

9. Burn narrow windrows in the wind, Peter Newman1and Michael Walsh2, 1Department of Agriculture and Food, 2Research Fellow, WA Herbicide Resistance Initiative

10. Winning the Weed War with the Weed Seed Wizard! Michael Renton, Sally Peltzer and Art Diggle, Department of Agriculture and Food

HERBICIDE RESISTANCE AND GENE FLOW

11. Frequency of herbicide resistance in wild oat (Avena fatua) across the Western Australian wheatbelt, Mechelle Owen and Stephen Powles, WA Herbicide Resistance Initiative, School of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia

12. Pollen mediated gene flow of herbicide resistance can occur over long distances doe annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum): Results of two years with different meteorological conditions, Roberto Busi, Robert Barrett-Lennard and Stephen B. Powles, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, School of Plant Biology – University of Western Australia

13. Doublegee has developed resistance to metsulfuron-methyl within WA wheatbelt, Dr Abul Hashem1and Dr Shahab Pathan2, 1Senior Research Officer, and 2Research Officer, Department Agriculture and Food

14. Another case of glyphosate resistance in annual ryegrass confirmes within Western Australia, Dr Abul Hashem1and Dr Shahab Pathan2, 1Senior Research Officer, and 2Research Officer, Department Agriculture and Food

15. Glyphosate resistance in the northern NSW – implications for Western Australian farming systems, Andrew Storrie, Tamworth Agricultural Institute, NSW Department of Primary Industries

ALTERNATIVES TO TRIFLURALIN, KNOCKDOWNS, TANK MIXES AND NOVEL USES

16. Alternative pre-emergent herbicides to trifluralin for annual ryegrass control, Mr David Minkey and Dr Abul Hashem, Department of Agriculture and Food,

17. Evaluation of a new pre-emergent herbicide alternative dor the control of trifluralin resistant Lolium rigidum Gaudin (annual ryegrass) in wheat and barley, Craig A. Ruchs, Syngenta Crop Protection Australia Pty Ltd and Dr Peter Boutsalis, University of Adelaide

18. Novel knockdown tank mixes: Results from 12 trials over four years, Shahab Pathan1, Abul Hashem2, Catherine Borger3, Nerys Wilkins and Julie Roche, Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, and 3the University of Western Australia

19. Alternative herbicides for weed control in lupins, Peter Newman and Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture and Food

20. Novel use application of clopyealid in lupins, John Peirce, and Brad Rayner, Department of Agriculture and Food

21. A model to predict grass selective herbicide rates, John Moore, Department of Agriculture and Food

CROP AND WEED MANAGEMENT

22. Inter-row weed control in wide row lupin using knockdown-based tank mixes, Dr Abul Hashem1, Ray Fulwood2 and Chris Roberts3, 1Senior Research Officer, Department of Agriculture and Food, 2Farmer, Meckering, WA, 3Technical Officer, Department of Agriculture and Food

23. Timing of weed removal in wide-row lupins, Sally Peltzer, Shahab Pathan and Paul Matson, Department of Agriculture and Food

24. The effect of row spacing and crop density on competitiveness of lupins with wild radish, Bob French and Laurie Maiolo, Department of Agriculture and Food

25. Is delayed sowing a good strategy for weed management in lupins? Bob French, Department of Agriculture and Food

26. Delayed sowing as a strategy to manage annual ryegrass, Department of Agriculture and Food

HERBICIDE TOLERANCE

27. The effect of herbicides on nodulation in lupins, Lorne Mills1, Harmohinder Dhammu2 and Beng Tan1, 1Curtin University of Technology, and 2Department of Agriculture and Food

28. Response of new wheat varieties to herbicides, Harmohinder Dhammu, Department of Agriculture and Food

29. Herbicide tolerance of new barley varieties, Harmohinder Dhammu, Vince Lambert and Chris Roberts, Department of Agriculture and Food

30. Herbicide tolerance of new oat varieties, Harmohinder Dhammu, Vince Lambert and Chris Roberts, Department of Agriculture and Food

OTHER WEEDY MATTERS

31. Research and extension need for wild radish and other cruciferous weeds, Aik Cheam, Department of Agriculture and Food

32. e-weed – an information resource of seasonal weed management issues, Vanessa Stewartand Julie Roche, Department of Agriculture and Food

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