Authors

Vanessa Stewart, Agriculture Western Australia
David Minkey, Agriculture Western Australia
Abul Hashem, Agriculture Western Australia
Glen Riethmuller, Agriculture Western Australia
Martin Harries, Agriculture Western Australia
Peter Newman, Elders Limited
Cameron Weeks, Mingenew/Irwin Group
Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Agriculture Western Australia
Aik Cheam, Agriculture Western Australia
David Bowran, Agriculture Western Australia
Terry Piper, Agriculture Western Australia
Alexandra Wallace, Agriculture Western Australia
Bill Roy, Agricultural Consulting and Research Services
Keith L. Devenish, Agriculture Western Australia
Lisa J. Leaver, Curtin University of Technology, Muresk Institute of Agriculture
Brad Rayner, Agriculture Western Australia
Mike Collins, Agriculture Western Australia
Marta Monardino, Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative
David Pannell, University of Western Australia
Stephen Powles, Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative
Sally Peltzer, Agriculture Western
Michael Walsh, University of Western Australia
Charles Boyle, University of Western Australia
P. Neve, University of Western Australia
D. Lorraine-Colwill, University of Adelaide
C. Preston, University of Adelaide
Art Diggle, Agriculture Western Australia
Rick LLewellyn, University of Western Australia
Ryan Duane, University of Western Australia
Siew Lee, Agriculture Western Australia
David Nicholson, Agriculture Western Australia
Peter Carlton, Elders Limited
Stewart Smith, Agriculture Western Australia
Bill Crabtree, WANTFA Scientific Officer
Gordon Cumming, Crop Care Australasia
David Cameron, Elders Ltd
Mike Jackson, Cyanamid Agriculture Pty Ltd
Scott Paton, Cyanamid Agriculture Pty Ltd
John R. Peirce, Agriculture Western Australia
Greg Shea, Agriculture Western Australia

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Agriculture Western Australia

City

Perth

Publication Date

16-2-2000

Keywords

Weeds, resistance, seeding rates, ryegrass, row spacing, wheat, lupin, Integrated, Weed management, herbicides, chaff cart heaps, sheep, wild radish, crop topping, green manuring, seed banks, Imidazolinone, Chlorsulfuron, atrazine, glyphosate, genetics, crop hygiene, paraquat, Diflufenican, Triazine, lupins, tolerance, Metribuzin, crop damage, yield, field peas, waterlogged, limesand, granules, incorporation, stubble, emergence, Affinity 400 DF, marshmallow, Clearfield, capeweed, lontrel, Tordon, Skeleton weed, GrainGuard, Khapra beetle, Broomrape

Abstract

This session covers thirty six papers from different authors:

INTRODUCTION, Vanessa Stewart Agriculture Western Australia

INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT

  1. Effect of seeding density, row spacing and Trifluralin on the competitive ability of Annual Ryegrass in a minimum tillage system, David Minkey, Abul Hashem, Glen Riethmuller and Martin Harries, Agriculture Western Australia

  2. High wheat seeding rates coupled with narrow row spacing increases yield and suppresses grass, Peter Newman1 and Cameron Weeks2,1Agronomist, Elders Limited 2Mingenew/Irwin Group

  3. Resistant ryegrass management in a wheat – lupin rotation, Abul Hashem, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Aik Cheam, David Bowran and Terry Piper, Agriculture Western Australia

  4. Integrated weed management – Will it work with my rotation? Alexandra Wallace, Agriculture Western Australia

  5. Long term herbicide resistance trial – Mingenew, Peter Newman Elders, Cameron Weeks Mingenew-Irwin Group

  6. Is two years enough? Bill Roy, Agricultural Consulting and Research Services

  7. The fate of ryegrass seed when sheep graze chaff cart heaps, Keith L. Devenish1 and Lisa J. Leaver2 1 Agriculture Western Australia, 2Curtin University of Technology, Muresk Institute of Agriculture

  8. Can blanket wiping and crop topping prevent seed set of resistant wild radish and mustard? StAbul Hashem, Harmohinder Dhammu, Vanessa Stewart, Brad Rayner and Mike Collins, Agriculture Western Australia

  9. The value of green manuring in the integrated management of ryegrass, Marta Monjardino1,2, David Pannell2, Stephen Powles1 ,1Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, 2Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Western Australia

  10. Some ways of increasing wheat competitiveness against ryegrass,, Mike Collins Centre for Cropping Systems, Agriculture Western Australia

  11. WEED BIOLOGY

  12. Understanding and driving weed seed banks to very low levels, Sally Peltzer, Agriculture Western Australi

  13. HERBICIDE RESISTANCE

  14. Cross resistance of chlorsulfuron-resistant wild radish to imidazolinones, Abul Hashem, Harmohinder Dhammu and David Bowran, Agriculture Western Australia

  15. Investigation of suspected triazine resistant ryegrass populations for cross-resistance and multiple resistance to herbicides, Michael Walsh, Charles Boyle and Stephen Powles, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of Western Australia

  16. Genetics and fitness of glyphosate resistant ryegrass, S. Powles1, P. Neve1, D. Lorraine-Colwill2, C. Preston2 ,1WAHRI, University of Western Australia 2 CRC Weed Management Systems, University of Adelaide

  17. Managing herbicide resistance – the effect of local extinction of resistance genes, Art Diggle1, Paul B. Neve2, Stephen B. Powles2 ,1Agriculture Western Australia, 2WAHRI, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Western Australia

  18. The double knock - the best strategy for conserving glyphosate susceptibility? Paul B. Neve1, Art Diggle2, Stephen B. Powles1,1WAHRI, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Western Australia, 2Agriculture Western Australia

  19. Wild radish had evolved resistance to triazines, Abul Hashem, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, David Bowran and Aik Cheam, Agriculture Western Australia

  20. Ryegrass resistance in Western Australia – where and how much? Rick Llewellyn and Stephen Powles, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Western Australia

  21. Wild radish herbicide resistance survey, Michael Walsh, Ryan Duane and Stephen Powles, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of Western Australia

  22. Knockdown resistance in the Western Australian wheatbelt – a proposed survey, Paul B. Neve1, Abul Hashem2, Stephen B. Powles1,1Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of Western Australia, 2Agriculture Western Australia

  23. Diflufenican resistant wild radish, Aik Cheam, Siew Lee, David Bowran, David Nicholson and Abul Hashem, Agriculture Western Australi

  24. Multiple resistance to triazines and diflufenican further complicates wild radish control, Aik Cheam, Siew Lee, David Bowran, David Nicholson and Abul Hashem, Agriculture Western Australia

HERBICIDE TOLERANCE

25. Herbicide tolerance of lupins, Terry Piper, Weed Science Group, Agriculture Western Australia

26. Tanjil lupins will tolerate metribuzin under the right conditions, Peter Newman, Agronomist Elders Limited and Cameron Weeks, Mingenew/Irwin Group

27. Herbicide damage does not mean lower yield in Lupins, Peter Carlton, Trials Coordinator, Elders Limited

28. Herbicide tolerance of new pea varieties, Dr Terry Piper, Agriculture Western Australia

29. Herbicide tolerance of (waterlogged) wheat, Dr Terry Piper, Agriculture Western Australia

30. Wheat tolerance trials – Mingenew 1999, Peter Newman1, Cameron Weeks2 and Stewart Smith3,1Elders, Mingenew, 2Mingenew-Irwin Group,3Agriculture Western Australia

ISSUES OF TRIFLURALIN USE

31. Trifluralin works better on ryegrass when no-tilling into thick wheat stubbles as granules, or mixed with limesand, Bill Crabtree, WANTFA Scientific Officer

32. Increasing trifluralin rate did not compensate for delaying incorporation, Bill Crabtree, WANTFA Scientific Officer

33. Poor emergence survey, 1999, Terry Piper, Weed Science Group, Agriculture Western Australia

HERBICIDES – ISSUES AND OPTIONS

34. AFFINITY 400DF – A new herbicide with a new mode of action (Group G) for Broadleaf Weed Control in Cereals, Gordon Cumming, Technical Officer, Crop Care Australasia

35 Herbicide screening for Marshmallow, David Minkey1 and David Cameron2,1Agriculture Western Australia, 2Elders Ltd, Merredin

36. The control of Capeweed in Clearfield Production System for Canola, Mike Jackson and Scott Paton, Cyanamid Agriculture Pty Ltd

37.Effect of herbicides Tordonä 75D and Lontrelä,used for eradication of Skeleton Weed, on production of Lupins I the following seasons, John R. Peirce and Brad J. Rayner, Agriculture Western Australia

INDUSTRY PROTECTION

38. Graingaurd – Opportunities for agribusiness to help protect the West Australian grains industry, Greg Shea, Executive Officer, GrainGuard Agriculture Western Australia

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