Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Agriculture Western Australia

City

Perth

Publication Date

17-2-1999

Keywords

Anthracnose, fungicide, hygiene, seed infection levels, brown spot, resistance screening, accelerated breeding, gene transfer, pulse varieties, Restricted-branching (RB) genotypes, new lupin varieties, sowing time, starter nitrogen, response of lupins, aphid outbreaks, decision support system (DSS), Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), CMV- resistant lupin varieties, Bean yellow mosaic virus (BYMV), non-necrotic strain, aphid feeding damage, foliar sprays, soil acidification, leaching, nitrogen fertiliser, lime and nutrient calculator, manganese deficiency, limed paddock, topdressing, drilling and deep-banding manganese, Herbicide tolerance, narrow leaf lupins, yellow lupins, volunteer canola, press the seed, not the soil, seedbed management, controlled traffic, deep ripping, compaction, sandy soils, long extension fingers, lupin losses, source of protein for sheep, wool growth

Abstract

This article contains twenty three papers

1998 LUPIN HIGHLIGHTS

LUPIN ANTHRACNOSE

1. Anthracnose overview, Greg Shea, Geoff Thomas and Mark Sweetingham, Agriculture Western Australia

2. Anthracnose – Critical seed infection levels for resistant and susceptible varieties, Geoff Thomas, Mark Sweetingham, Bill O'Neill and Greg Shea, Agriculture

Western Australia

3. Fungicide seed treatment for anthracnose and brown spot control in lupin, G. Thomas and M. Sweetingham, Agriculture Western Australia

LUPIN BREEDING AND AGRONOMY

4. Anthracnose resistance in lupins – an innovative Australian research effort 1996-1998, Wallace Cowling1'2, Bevan Buirchell1,2 Mark Sweetinqham1,2, Hua'an Yang2,

Geoff Thomas 1, David Luckett3, Allan Brown4 and John Hamblin2, 1 Agriculture Western Australia, 2 Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture, University of Western Australia, 3 NSW Agriculture, Agricultural Institute, Wagga Wagga, NSW, 4 Consultant, 16 Rochester Way, Dianella, WA

5. Gene transfer to pulses: Challenges through 1989-99. Joanne E. Barton, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture, University of Western Australia

6. Can we select for restricted branching in narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius) Kedar Adhikari1, Nick Galwey1and Miles Dracup2, 1Plant Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Western Australia,2 Agriculture Western Australia

7. Getting the beat out of new lupin varieties, Dr Bob French, Grain Legume Agronomist, Agriculture Western Australia

8. Starter nitrogen on lupins, Dr Bob French, Grain Legume Agronomist, Agriculture Western Australia

APHIDS AND VIRUS CONTROL

9. Forecasting aphid and virus risk in lupins, Debbie Thackray and Roger Jones, CRC for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture and Agriculture Western Australia

10. Screening for resistance to cucumber mosaic virus in lupins, Roger Jones, Brenda Coutts, Narelle Reeve, Wallace Cowling and Bevan Buirchell, Agriculture Western Australia and CRC for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture

11. The non-necrotic strain of bean yellow mosaic virus spreads faster than the necrotic strain in lupins, Y. Cheng 1 and R.A.C. Jones 12, 1 Cooperative Research Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture, 2 Agriculture Western Australia

12. Spraying to control aphid feeding damage increases yields of some lupin varieties and faba bean, Francoise Berlandier and Linnet Cartwright, Entomology, Agriculture Western Australia

LUPIN NUTRITION

13. Calculated lime requirements for rotations, James Fisher1, Art Diggle 1•2 and Bill Bowden 1•2, 1 Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture, 2 Agriculture Western Australia

14. What does lime do to acidic soils – lupin nutrition, Chris Gazey, Research Officer, Agriculture Western Australia

15. Effect of application method of manganese fertiliser and manganese concentration of seed source on seed yield of lupins grown in the West Midlands,

Luigi Moreschi, CSBP Area Manager

HERBICIDE TOLERANCE AND WEED CONTROL

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

17. Weed control in Wodjil yellow lupins, Terry Piper, Weed Science Group, Agriculture Western Australia

18. Herbicide tolerance of new lupin varieties, Peter Newman, Agronomist, Elders Mingenew

19. Control of volunteer canola in lupins, Terry Piper and Dave Nicholson, Weed Science Group, Agriculture Western Australia

LUPIN ESTABLISHMENT

20. A new seed pressing system for healthy lupin establishment and productivity, Mohammad Amjad, Glen Riethmuller and Ron Jarvis, Agriculture Western

Australia

21. Encouragement for controlled traffic farming in the Northern Wheatbelt, Paul Blackwell, Agriculture Western Australia

LUPIN HARVESTING

22. Improved lupin harvesting efficiency with different knife guard extensions, Glen Riethmuller, Agriculture Western Australia

LUPIN AND PULSE UTILISATION

23. The value of pulse grains for sheep, C.L. White, CSIRO Division of Animal Production

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