Authors

Craig A. Ruchs, Syngenta Crop Protection Australia Pty Ltd
Abul Hasham, Department of Agriculture and Food
Catherine Borger, Department of Agriculture and Food
Ken McKee, Syngenta Crop Protection Australia Pty Ltd
Peter Newman, Department of Agriculture and Food
Aik Chem, Department of Agriculture and Food
Siew Lee, Department of Agriculture and Food
Meagan Pearce, University of WA
Michael Walsh, University of WA
Stephen Powles, University of WA
Kent Stone, University of WA
Mike Clarke, Bayer Cropscience Pty Ltd
Andrew Loorham, Bayer Cropscience Pty Ltd
Roberto Busi, University of Western Australia
Shahab Pathan, Department of Agriculture and Food
Alexandra Douglas, Department of Agriculture and Food
Ray Fulwood, Farmer, Meckering, Western Australia
Chris Roberts, Department of Agriculture and Food
Glen Riethmuller, Department of Agriculture and Food, CRC Australian Weed Management
Sally Peltzer, Department of Agriculture and Food, CRC Australian Weed Management
Lorinda Hunt, Department of Agriculture and Food
John Borger, Department of Agriculture and Food
Meir Altman, Department of Agriculture and Food, University of Western Australia
Ed Barrett-Lennard, Department of Agriculture and Food, University of Western Australia
Stphen Davies, Department of Agriculture and Food
Pippa Michael, Curtin University of Technology
Bill McLeod, Department of Agriculture and Food
Harmohinder Dhammu, Department of Agriculture and Food
Mark Seymour, Department of Agriculture and Food
Vince Lambert, Department of Agriculture and Food
John H. Moore, Department of Agriculture and Food
Rohan Rainbow, Grains Research and Development

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture and Food

City

Perth

Publication Date

13-2-2008

Keywords

Boxer Gold, prosulfocarb, S-metolachlor, Annual Ryegrass, Toad Rush, resistance, wheat, barley, efficacy, mixtures of herbicides, Product X, trifluralin, resistance, Avadex, wild radish, new herbicides, control, new products, diflufenican resistance, phytoene, atrazine, mesotrione, synergy, resistance, Precept, Lolium rigidum Gaud, recurrent selection, glyphosate resistance, metribuzin, lupin, doublegee, capeweed, crop topping, paraquat, glufosinate, brome grass resistance, imazapic +, imazapyr, sulfosulfuron, barley grass, Eagle Rock wheat, sowing rate, Group K herbicides, banding, Spray.Seed®, wide row lupins, inter-row spraying, sprayshield, weed control, cultivation, slender iceplant, saltland, pastures, chemical, non-chemical, harrowing, Germany, Denmark, mouldboard plough, lime, non-wetting, sub-soil acidity, weed trimming, wild oats, seed set, summer weeds, incidence, field pea, herbicide tolerance, grain yield, oats, hay yield, Oldman saltbush, River saltbush, small leaf bluebush, 2, 4-D, dose response, high volatile ester, HVE, low volatile ester, LVE, drift, droplet drift, vapour drift, phytotoxicity, amine, butyl ester, ethylhexyl ester, canola, pesticide, registration, APVMA

Abstract

This session covers twenty nine papers from different authors:

1. BOXER® GOLD, a new pre-emergent herbicide option for WA wheat and barley growers for the control of Annual Ryegrass and Toad Rush, Craig A. Ruchs, Syngenta Crop Protection Australia Pty Ltd

2. Efficacy of Boxer Gold in the control of annual ryegrass in wheat, Dr Abul Hashem, Dr Catherine Borger, Department of Agriculture and Food, Mr Ken McKee, Field Development Manager, Syngenta Crop Protection Australia Pty Ltd

3. Alternative herbicides to avoid trifluralin resistance, Catherine Borger and Abul Hashem, Department of Agriculture and Food

4. Exiting new herbicides for ryegrass control in wheat, Peter Newman, Department of Agriculture and Food

5. Herbicide options for resistant wild radish in wheat, Peter Newman, Department of Agriculture and Food

6. A near-complete control of wild radish with three new herbicide products, Aik Cheam and Siew Lee, Department of Agriculture and Food

7. An investigation of diflufenican resistance mechanism/s in wild radish, Meagan Pearce, Dr Michael Walsh and Prof. Stephen Powles, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, School of Plant Biology, University of WA

8. Synergistic effects of Group C and GroupF herbicides on resistant and susceptible wild radish populations, Kent Stone, Dr Michael Walsh and Prof. Stephen Powles,

Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, School of Plant Biology, University of WA

9. Precept® for the management of wild radish resistant to PDS inhibiting herbicides, Mike Clarke and Andrew Loorham, Bayer Cropscience Pty Ltd, Dr Michael Walsh, WAHRI, University of Western Australia

10. Evolution of glyphosate resistance in annual ryegrass: Effects of cutting rates, Roberto Busi and Stephen B. Powles, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, School of Plant Biology, The University of Western Australia

11. Metribuzin and other herbicides pre-sowing of lupins, Peter Newman, Department of Agriculture and Food

12. Crop topping lupins with glufosinate gives poor control of ryegrass seed set, Peter Newman, Department of Agriculture and Food

13. Brome grass has developed multiple resistance to Group B and C herbicides, Dr Abul Hashem, Dr Catherine Borger and Dr Shahab Pathan, Department of Agriculture and Food

14. Effect of sowing methods, Logran® and Metribuzin on weeds and wheat grain yield, Alexandra Douglas and Abul Hashem, Department of Agriculture and Food

15. Effect of alternative Group K herbicides on control of on-row annual ryegrass in wide row lupins, Dr Abul Hashem1, Ray Fulwood2 and Chris Roberts1, 1Department of Agriculture and Food, 2Farmer, Meckering, Western Australia

16. Control and seed production of annual ryegrass in wide row lupins within the Western Australian wheatbelt, Abul Hashem1,6, Alex Douglas1,6, Shahab Pathan1, Glen Riethmuller1,6 and 1,6Sally Peltzer, Department of Agriculture and Food, 6CRC Australian Weed Management

17. Effective weed control in wide row lupins, Glen Riethmuller, Abul Hashem and Shahab Pathan, Department of Agriculture and Food, and CRC Australian Weed Management

18. Slender iceplant control, Lorinda Hunt1, John Borger1, Meir Altman1,4 and Dr Ed Barrett-Lennard1,4, Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia1, University of Western Australia and Future Farm Industries CRC4

19. Chemical and non-chemical weed control – a European perspective, Glen Riethmuller, Department of Agriculture and Food

20. Mouldboard ploughing shows promise on sand, Peter Newman, Stephen Davies and Sally Peltzer, Department of Agriculture and Food

21. Weed seed head trimming, Glen Riethmuller and Abul Hashem, Department of Agriculture and Food

22. A survey of summer weed incidence and distribution across the WA wheatbelt, Pippa Michaela, Bill McLeodb, Catherine Borgerb and Alex Douglasb, aCurtin University of Technology, bDepartment of Agriculture and Food

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

24. Herbicide tolerance of current/new wheat varieties, Dr Harmohinder Dhammu, Department of Agriculture and Food

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

26. Herbicide tolerance of saltbush and bluebush, Lorinda Hunt1, John Borger1, Meir Altman1,4 and Dr Ed Barrett-Lennard1,4, Department of Agriculture and Food1, University of Western Australia and Future Farm Industries CRC4

27. A review of 2,4-D formulations and vapour drift, John H. Moore, Department of Agriculture and Food

28. Movement of 2,4-D butyl ester and the dose response of three formulations of 2,4-D on canola, John H. Moore, Department of Agriculture and Food

29. Pathways to registration – Improving pesticide research outcomes, Dr Rohan Rainbow, Manager Crop Protection, Grains Research and Development Corporation

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