Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture and Food

City

Perth

Publication Date

25-2-2010

Keywords

Canola, herbicide use, environmental impact quotient, gross margin, Roundup Ready, canola, wild radish, sequential spray, GT-61, Hyola 601, Annual Ryegrass, glyphosate, GM Canola, Lolium rigidum, metolachlor, resistance, logarithmic sprayer, Roundup, Genetic Modification (GM), herbicide resistance, phosphorus, runoff, biochar, biochar-mineral complex, wheat production, fertiliser, carbon sequestration, potassium, sulphur, critical level, soil nutrient stratification, zero-tillage, crop P use efficiency, wheat, lupins, pasture super phos rotation, grain yield and protein, wheat quality, protein quality, soil acidity, lime, phosphorus availability, yield monitor, crop responsiveness to nitrogen, variable rate, water repellence, mouldboard plough, rotary spader, deep ripping, soil compaction, organic carbon, soil acidity, pH, agricultural lime, weeds

Abstract

GENETICALLY MODIFIED CROPS

1. Evaluation of the environmental and economic impact of Roundup Ready® canola in the Western Australian crop production system, James Fisher and Désirée Futures, York, Western Australia, Peter Tozer, PRT Consulting, Armidale NSW

2. Controlling wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum) in Roundup Ready®1 Canola: Outcomes from the Nufarm 2009 Roundup Ready small plot trial Program, Mike Jackson, Nufarm Australia Limited

3. Weed strategies for glyphosate tolerant crops, John Moore, Department of Agriculture and Food

4. Results of the 2009 Western Australia Roundup Ready® canola trials, Dr James Neilsen, Canola Systems Specialist, Monsanto Australia

NUTRITION

5. Modelling P runoff losses from agricultural systems, Geoff Anderson1, Wen Chen1, 2, Richard Bell2 and Ross Brennan1, 1Department of Agriculture and Food, 2School of Environmental Science, Murdoch University

6. Evaluation of deep banded biochars or biochar-mineral complex for increasing wheat yield or replacing fertiliser, Paul Blackwell, Allan Herbert and Stephen Davies, Department of Agriculture and Food

7. Improving fertiliser management: Redefining soil test-crop response relationships for canola in Western Australia, Wen Chen1, 2, Ross Brennan2, Richard Bell1, Mike Bolland2 and Geoff Anderson2, 1School of Environmental Science, Murdoch University, 2Department of Agriculture and Food

8. Phosphorus placement for wheat and lupins in WA cropping systems, 1School of Environmental Science, Murdoch University, 2Department of Agriculture and Food

9. The benefits of fertilising pastures for following crops, James Easton, Ryan Guthrie and Rowan Maddern, CSBP

10. Good nutrition produces high quality wheat in the high rainfall zone of Western Australia, Darren Hughes, Adveco Fertilisers; Wagga Wagga, Robert Belford, Curtin University of Technology, Wal Anderson, Department of Agriculture and Food, and Ian Edwards, Edstar Genetics, Perth

11. Lime to get maximum benefit from soil phosphorus, Reg Lunt and Bill Bowden, Department of Agriculture and Food

12. Variable rate top up N – Is it worth the trouble? Nigel Metz, South East Premium Wheat Growers Association (SEPWA)

SOILS

13. Impact of soil inversion, soil dilution and claying on non-wetting sandplain soils, Stephen Davies, Peter Newman and Breanne Best, Department of Agriculture and Food

14. Long term effects of lime application on soil p, crop yields and annual ryegrass competition, Chris Gazey, Department of Agriculture and Food, Joel Andrew, Precision SoilTech, Belmont, Western Australia

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