Authors

Mark Seymour, Department of Agriculture and Food
Robert Johnson, CBH Group, Esperance
Ian Pritchard, Department of Agriculture and Food
Raj Malik, Department of Agriculture and Food
Wayne Parker, Department of Agriculture and Food
Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture and Food
Bob French, Department of Agriculture and Food
Jo Walker, Department of Agriculture and Food
Laurie Maiolo, Department of Agriculture and Food
Leigh Smith, Department of Agriculture and Food
Alan Harris, Department of Agriculture and Food
Rod Hunter, Department of Agriculture and Food
Tanveer Khan, Department of Agriculture and Food
Jenny Garlinge, Department of Agriculture and Food
Poran Gaur, International Crop Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)
Kambot Siddique, The University of Western Australia
Heather Clarke, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture
Neil Turner, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture
William MacLeod, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture
Stuart Morgan, Department of Agriculture and Food
Wendy Vance, Murdoch University
Philip Chambers, Department of Agriculture and Food
Chris Veitch, Department of Agriculture and Food
Tony Leonforte, Department of Primary Industries, Victoria
Rodger Beermier, Department of Agriculture and Food
Moin Salam, Department of Agriculture and Food
Jenny Davidson, SARDI, South Australia
Jean Galloway, Department of Agriculture and Food
Pip Payne, SARDI, South Australia
Tess Humphries, SARDI, South Australia
Art Diggle, Department of Agriculture and Food
Harmohinder Dhammu, Department of Agriculture and Food
Michael Materne, Department of Primary Industries, Victoria
Kerry Regan, Department of Agriculture and Food
Mohammad Amjad, Department of Agriculture and Food
Andy Sutherland, Department of Agriculture and Food
Pat Fels, Department of Agriculture and Food
Glen Riethmuller, Department of Agriculture and Food
Wallace Cowling, Canola Breeders Western Australia Pty Ltd
Milton Saunders, Canola Breeders Western Australia Pty Ltd
Eliot Jones, Canola Breeders Western Australia Pty Ltd
Chris Newman, Department of Agriculture and Food
John Duff, Oilseeds Western Australia and John Duff & Associates
David Sermon, ConsultAg, Perth
Svetlana Micic, Department of Agriculture and Food
Anthony Dore, Department of Agriculture and Food
Geoff Strickland, Department of Agriculture and Food
Blakely Paynter, Department of Agriculture and Food
Vince Lambert, Department of Agriculture and Food
Chris Roberts, Department of Agriculture and Food

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture and Food

City

Perth

Publication Date

13-2-2008

Keywords

Lupin, wild radish, weed, competition, annual ryegrass, crop density, row spacing, isoxaflutole Balance ®, chickpeas, Crop Variety Testing (CVT), National Variety Testing (NVT), ascochyta blight, breeding, resistance, soil moisture, seed priming, fertiliser placement, field pea, Australian Field Pea Improvement Program (AFPIP), Pulse Breeding Australia (PBA), black spot, rolling, field pea, yield, ascospore maturity, disease management, epidemiology, herbicide, late application, croptop, triasulfuron, glyphosate, paraquat, lentils, canola varieties, date of sowing, grain yield, oil content, direct harvesting, swathing, storage, Tanami, Boomer, Banjo, hybrid, juncea canola, juncea biofuel, seed yield, farm-scale trials, rotation crops, pests, fungicides, oats, leaf disease, tolerance, hay yield.

Abstract

This session covers twenty six papers from different authors:

Regional Roundup

1. SOUTH EAST AGRICULTURAL REGION, Mark Seymour Department of Agriculture and Food, and Robert Johnson CBH Group, Esperance

2. CENTRAL AGRICULTURAL REGION, Ian Pritchard, Department of Agriculture and Food

3. GREAT SOUTHERN AND LAKES REGION, Raj Malik, Department of Agriculture and Food

4. NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL REGION, Wayne Parker and Martin Harries, Department of Agriculture and Food

LUPINS

5. Cropping lupins in wide rows in Western Australia, Martin Harries and Bob French, Department of Agriculture and Food

6. The effect of sowing time and radish density on lupin yield, Martin Harries and Jo Walker, Department of Agriculture and Food

7. Lupin agronomy affects crop competitiveness with annual ryegrass, Bob French and Laurie Maiolo, Department of Agriculture and Food

8. Identification of lupin mutants with tolerance to isoxaflutole, Leigh Smith, Department of Agriculture and Food

PULSES

9. Chickpea 2007 Crop Variety Testing (CVT) and National Variety Testing (NVT), Alan Harris, Rod Hunter, Tanveer Khan and Jenny Garlinge, Department of Agriculture and Food

10. Desi chickpea breeding: Evaluation of advanced lines, Tanveer Khan1, Poran Gaur2, Kadambot Siddique3, Heather Clarke4, Neil Turner4, William MacLeod4, Stuart Morgan1, Alan Harris1, 1Department of Agriculture and Food, 2International Crop Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics (ICRISAT); 3The University of Western Australia; 4Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture

11. Can wide rows buffer chickpea growth against dry environments? Bob French and Wendy Vance, Department of Agriculture and Food, and School of Environmental Sciences, Murdoch University

12. Field pea 2007 Crop Variety Testing (CVT) and National Variety Testing (NVT), Alan Harris, Rod Hunter, Tanveer Khan and Jenny Garlinge, Department of Agriculture and Food

13. Australian Field Pea improvement Program (AFPIP): Evaluation of advanced breeding lines, Tanveer Khan1, Phillip Chambers1, Chris Veitch1, Stuart Morgan1, Alan Harris1, and Tony Leonforte 2, 1Department of Agriculture and Food, 2Department of Primary Industries, Victoria

14. Ability of semi-leafless field peas to recover after rolling, Mark Seymour and Rodger Beermier, Department of Agriculture and Food

15. Field pea germplasm enhancement for black spot resistance, Tanveer Khan, Stuart Morgan, Alan Harris and Phillip Chambers, Department of Agriculture and Food

16. Application of ‘Blackspot Manager’ model to identifying a low risk sowing date for field pea in South Australia and Western Australia in 2007, Moin Salam1, Jenny Davidson2, Jean Galloway1, Pip Payne2, Tess Humphries2, Bill MacLeod1 and Art Diggle1, 1Department of Agriculture and Food, 2SARDI, South Australia

17. Late post emergent herbicide sprays for field pea, Mark Seymour and Rodger Beermier, Department of Agriculture and Food

18. Adding triasulfuron to croptopping mixes does not affect the yield of field pea, Mark Seymour, Department of Agriculture and Food

18. Herbicide tolerance of field pea varieties, Harmohinder Dhammu and Mark Seymour, Department of Agriculture and Food

19. Breeding highlights of the PBA lentil program, Michael Materne1, Kerry Regan2, Chris Veitch2 and Phil Chambers2, 1Department of Primary Industries, Victoria

2Department of Agriculture and Food

CANOLA

20. How late can I sow canola in 2008? Mohammad Amjad, Andy Sutherland and Pat Fels, Department of Agriculture and Food

21. Direct harvesting canola, Glen Riethmuller1, Wallace Cowling2, Milton Sanders2, Eliot Jones2 and Chris Newman1, 1Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, 2Canola Breeders Western Australia Pty Ltd

22. Agronomic performance of new hybrid canola and juncea canola in low, medium and high rainfall environments of Western Australia, Mohammad Amjad, Andy Sutherland and Pat Fels, Department of Agriculture and Food

23. Comparative performance of new canola varieties in commercial-scale field trials of Oilseeds WA – 2007, Mohammad Amjad1, John Duff2 and David Sermon3

1Department of Agriculture and Food, 2Oilseeds Western Australia and John Duff & Associates, Perth; 3ConsultAg, Perth

24. The effect of rotation crops, trash retention and prophylactic sprays on arthropod abundance in a following canola crop, Svetlana Micic, Anthony Dore and Geoff Strickland, Department of Agriculture and Food

OATS

25. Fungicide options for controlling disease in oats, Raj Malik and Blakely Paynter, Department of Agriculture and Food

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

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