Authors

Hugh J. Beckie, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Saskatoon,
Wallace Cowling, Canola Breeders Western Australia Pty Ltd
T. N. Khan, Department of Agriculture and Food, University of Western Australia
K. Adhikari, Department of Agriculture and Food, University of Western Australia
K. Siddique, University of Western Australia
J. Garlinge, Department of Agriculture and Food
L. Smith, Department of Agriculture and Food
S. Morgan, Department of Agriculture and Food
C. Boyd, Department of Agriculture and Food
Ian Pritchard, Department of Agriculture and Food
Chris Veitch, Department of Agriculture and Food
Alan Harris, Department of Agriculture and Food
Tony Leonforts, Department of Primary Industries, Victoria
Murray Blyth, Department of Agriculture and Food
Shari Dougal, Department of Agriculture and Food
Kristy Hobson, Department of Primary Industries, Victoria
Ben Curtis, Department of Agriculture and Food
Doug Sawkins, Department of Agriculture and Food
D. Stephens, Department of Agriculture and Food
Ciara Beard, Department of Agriculture and Food
Kith Jayasena, Department of Agriculture and Food
Kazue Tanaka, Department of Agriculture and Food
Anne Smith, Department of Agriculture and Food
Brenda Coutts, Department of Agriculture and Food
Roger Jones, Department of Agriculture and Food
Jean Galloway, Department of Agriculture and Food
Pip Payne, Department of Agriculture and Food
Tess Humphreys, Department of Agriculture and Food
William MacLeod, Department of Agriculture and Food
Ravjit Khangura, Department of Agriculture and Food
M. Abberra, Department of Agriculture and Food
H. Mian, Department of Agriculture and Food
Geoff Thomas, Department of Agriculture and Food
Dusty Severtson, Department of Agriculture and Food
Peter Mangano, Department of Agriculture and Food
Monica Kehoe, Department of Agriculture and Food
Madeline A. Tucker, Murdoch University
Neil Barker, Barley Australia
Robert Loughman, Department of Agriculture and Food
Larisa Cato, Department of Agriculture and Food
Ken Quail, BRI Australia
Mohammad Amjad, Department of Agriculture and Food
Mark Seymour, Department of Agriculture and Food
Justin Kudnig, Pacific Seeds Australia
Mark Thompson, Pacific Seeds Australia
Anton Mannes, Pacific Seeds Australia
Michael Uttley, Pacific Seeds Australia
Chris Fletcher, Pacific Seeds Australia
Andrew Etherton, Pacific Seeds Australia
Nick Joyce, Pacific Seeds Australia
Kate Light, Pacific Seeds Australia
Peter Hamblin, Agritech Research Young, NSW
Michael Lamond, Agrisearch, York, Western Australia
Alan Meldrum, Pulse Australia
Wayne Parker, Department of Agriculture and Food
Steve Penny Jr, Department of Agriculture and Food
Sarah Ellis, Department of Agriculture and Food
Brenda Shackley, Department of Agriculture and Food
Christine Zaicou, Department of Agriculture and Food
Shajahan Miyan, Department of Agriculture and Food
Darshan Sharma, Department of Agriculture and Food
Ben Curtis, Department of Agriculture and Food
Greg Shea, Department of Agriculture and Food
Bevan Buirchell, Department of Agriculture and Food
David Harris, ChemCentre
Bob French, Department of Agriculture and Food

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture and Food

City

Perth

Publication Date

25-2-2010

Keywords

Annual legumes, barley, canola/oilseed rape, herbicide resistance, net returns, trade, wheat, F1 hybrid canola, chickpea, breeding, ascochyta blight, variety performance, CVT, field pea, Pulse Breeding Australia (PBA), LUCID, diagnostic, climate variability, forecasting, ENSO, seasonal outlook, field pea, black spot, Mycosphaerella pinodes, resistance breeding, yield, yellow spot, foliar fungicide spray, wheat, virus, aphids, control, host resistance, stubble, leaf rust, powdery mildew, barley, blackleg, Sclerotinia stem rot, canola, club root, disease management, variety resistance, wheat curl mite, Aceria tosichella, Wheat streak mosaic virus, WSMV, Blumeria graminis hordei, fungicide resistance, genetic resistance, deregulated market, malting barley, marketers, wheat quality market intelligence, Brassica napus, herbicide tolerant canola, seeding rate, times of sowing, grain yield, oil content, hybrid canola, open pollinated canola, retained seed, F1 vs F2, plant populations, plant, grower recommendations, retained seed financial loss, hybrid canola, open pollinated canola, sowing rates, variety performance comparisons, herbicide tolerance group comparisons, gross returns, agronomy, sprouting tolerance, screenings, quinolizidine alkaloids, phosphorus, potassium, manganese and drought

Abstract

This session covers twenty four papers from different authors:

PLENARY

1. Challenges facing western Canadian cropping over the next 10 years, Hugh J Beckie, Research Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Saskatoon,

Saskatchewan

CROP SPECIFIC

Breeding

2. The challenge of breeding canola hybrids – new opportunities for WA growers, Wallace Cowling, Research Director, Canola Breeders Western Australia Pty Ltd

3. Chickpea 2009 crop variety testing of germplasm developed by DAFWA/CLIMA/ICRISAT/COGGO alliance. Khan, TN1,3, Adhikari, K1,3, Siddique, K2, Garlinge, J1, Smith, L1, Morgan, S1 and Boyd, C1 1Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA), 2Insititute of Agriculture, The University of Western Australia (UWA), 3Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture (CLIMA), The University of Western Australia

4. PBA Pulse Breeding Australia – 2009 Field Pea Results, Ian Pritchard1, Chris Veitch1, Colin Boyd1, Stuart Morgan1, Alan Harris1 and

Tony Leonforte2, 1Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, 2Department of Primary Industries, Victoria

5. PBA Pulse Breeding Australia – 2009 Chickpea Results, Ian Pritchard1, Chris Veitch1, Colin Boyd1, Murray Blyth1, Shari Dougal1 and

Kristy Hobson2 1Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, 2Department of Primary Industries, Victoria

Decision Support

6. A tool for identifying problems in wheat paddocks, Ben Curtis and Doug Sawkins, Department of Agriculture and Food

7. DAFWA Seasonal Forecast for 2010, Stephens, D, Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australian, Climate and Modelling Group

Disease

8. Enhancement of black spot resistance in field pea, Kedar Adhikari, T Khan, S Morgan and C Boyd, Department of Agriculture and Food,

9. fungicide management of yellow spot in wheat, Ciara Beard, Kith Jayasena, Kazue Tanaka and Anne Smith, Department of Agriculture and Food

10. Resistance to infection by Beet western yellows virus in four Australian canola varieties, Brenda Coutts and Roger Jones, Department of Agriculture and Food

11. Yellow spot carryover risk from stubble in wheat-on-wheat rotations, Jean Galloway, Pip Payne and Tess Humphreys, Department of Agriculture and

Food

12. Fungicides for the future: Management of Barley Powdery Mildew and Leaf Rust, Kith Jayasena, Kazue Tanaka and William MacLeod, Department of Agriculture and Food

13. 2009 canola disease survey and management options for blackleg and Sclerotinia in 2010, Ravjit Khangura, WJ MacLeod, M Aberra and H Mian, Department of Agriculture and Food

14. Impact of variety and fungicide on carryover of stubble borne inoculum and yellow spot severity in continuous wheat cropping, Geoff Thomas, Pip Payne, Tess Humphreys and Anne Smith, Department of Agriculture and Food

15. Limitations to the spread of Wheat streak mosaic virus by the Wheat curl mite in WA during 2009, Dusty Severtson, Peter Mangano, Brenda Coutts, Monica Kehoe and Roger Jones, Department of Agriculture and Food

16. Viable solutions for barley powdery mildew, Madeline A. Tucker, Australian Centre for Necrotrophic Fungal Pathogens, Murdoch University

Marketing

17. The importance of varietal accreditation in a post-deregulation barley marketing environment, Neil Barker, Barley Australia

18. Can Australia wheat meet requirements for a new middle east market? Robert Loughman, Larisa Cato, Department of Agriculture and Food, and Ken Quail, BRI Australia

VARIETY PERFORMANCE

19. Sowing rate and time for hybrid vs open-pollinated canola, Mohammad Amjad and Mark Seymour, Department of Agriculture and Food

20. HYOLA® National Hybrid vs OP Canola Hybrid F1 vs Retained Seed Generation Trial Results and recommendations for growers, Justin Kudnig, Mark Thompson, Anton Mannes, Michael Uttley, Chris Fletcher, Andrew Etherton, Nick Joyce and Kate Light, Pacific Seeds Australia

21. HYOLA® National Hybrid vs OP Canola Sowing Rate Trial Results and plant population recommendations for Australian growers, Justin Kudnig, Mark Thompson, Anton Mannes, Michael Uttley, Andrew Etherton, Chris Fletcher, Nick Joyce and Kate Light, Pacific Seeds Australia; Peter Hamblin, Agritech Research Young, NSW, Michael Lamond, Agrisearch, York, Western Australia

22. Desi chickpea agronomy for 2010, Alan Meldrum, Pulse Australia and Wayne Parker, Department of Agriculture and Food

23. New wheat varieties – exploit the benefits and avoid the pitfalls, Steve Penny, Sarah Ellis, Brenda Shackley, Christine Zaicou, Shahajahan Miyan, Darshan Sharma and Ben Curtis, Department of Agriculture and Food

24. The influence of genetics and environment on the level of seed alkaloid in narrow-leafed lupins, Greg Shea1, Bevan Buirchell1, David Harris2 and Bob French1, 1Department of Agriculture and Food, 2ChemCentre

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