Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Agriculture Western Australia

City

Perth

Publication Date

17-2-1999

Keywords

Transgenic varieties, herbicide resistant, triazine tolerant(TT), imidazolinone tolerant(IT), Liberty Link (LL), Roundup Ready (RR), Weed resistance, blackleg fungus (Leptosphaeria macu/ans), Impact ®, canola residues, Oilseed mustard (Brassica juncea), Alpha-Linolenic acid (an Omega-3 fatty acid), National Brassica Breeding Program, Oilseed Research Fund, stubbles, turnip aphid (Lipaphis erysim1), canola yields, aphid feeding damage, oil content, post-anthesis rainfall, temperature, flowering, early sowing, nitrogen and phosphorus rates, yield response, Beet western yellows luteovirus, Cauliflower mosaic caulimovirus, turnip mosaic viruses, wild radish, pyrethroid insecticides, canola nitrogen calculator, expected yield and oil per cent, canola benchmarks, seeding rate, plant architecture, Folicur®, Tilt 250®, summer cropping, recharge to groundwater, soil moisture

Abstract

This article contains eighteen papers

  1. INTRODUCTION, Paul Carmody, Agriculture Western Australia

PLENARY SESSION

  1. Transgenic canola in Western Australia: Outlook and challenges, Phil Salisbury, University of Melbourne

  2. Farming system issues for herbicide tolerant canola, Rick Madin, Rick Madin and Associates, David Bowran, Agriculture Western Australia

  3. Beating blackleg in 1999, Martin Barbetti, Ravjit Khangura, Paul Carmody, Graham Walton, Agriculture Western Australia

  4. The Mustard Industry in Australia – Opportunities for a new oilseed, Phil Parker, NSW Agriculture

  5. Management of blackleg with fungicides, Ravjit Khangura and Martin Barbetti, Agriculture Western Australia

  6. Effect of aphid feeding damage on canola yields in 1998, Francoise Berlandier and Linnet Cartwright, Agriculture Western Australia

  7. Post-anthesis duration and rainfall affect oil content of canola, Ping Si, University of West Australia, Graham Walton, Agriculture Western Australia, Nick Galwey and David Turner, University of West Australia

  8. Canola responded to high rates of fertiliser in 1998, Wayne Pluske, CSBP

  9. Impact of agronomic practices on canola quality, Graham Walton, Agriculture Western Australia

  10. Survey reveals widespread infection with two virus diseases in Western Australian canola crops, Roger Jones and Brenda Coutts, Agriculture Western Australia

  11. Calculating canola yields and oil contents as a function of soil and fertiliser nitrogen supply, Bill Bowden and Isabel Arevalo-Vigne, Agriculture Western Australia

  12. Canola benchmarks 1997/98 – Central Eastern District, Jeff Russell, Agriculture Western Australia

  13. Seeding rate affects the yield and some architectural features of canola, Syed H. Zaheer, Nick W. Galwey and David Turner, University of Western Australia

  14. Foliar applied fungicides for blackleg, Andrew Simon and Art Diggle, Agriculture Western Australia

  15. Farm based demonstration 1998 canola N – Wheel evaluation, Jeff Russell, Agriculture Western Australia

  16. Effect of sowing date on seed yield of canola, Dave Eksteen, Agriculture Western Australia

  17. Investigating water use of summer crops on the South Coast of Western Australia, Arjen Ryder, Agriculture Western Australia, Bill Crabtree, Western Australia No Till Farming Association, Serena Wyatt, Catchment Landcare Coordinator, Wellstead, Jim Baily, Subasio Downs, Wellstead

  1. INTRODUCTION, Paul Carmody, Agriculture Western Australia

PLENARY SESSION

  1. Transgenic canola in Western Australia: Outlook and challenges, Phil Salisbury, University of Melbourne

  2. Farming system issues for herbicide tolerant canola, Rick Madin, Rick Madin and Associates, David Bowran, Agriculture Western Australia

  3. Beating blackleg in 1999, Martin Barbetti, Ravjit Khangura, Paul Carmody, Graham Walton, Agriculture Western Australia

  4. The Mustard Industry in Australia – Opportunities for a new oilseed, Phil Parker, NSW Agriculture

  5. Management of blackleg with fungicides, Ravjit Khangura and Martin Barbetti, Agriculture Western Australia

  6. Effect of aphid feeding damage on canola yields in 1998, Francoise Berlandier and Linnet Cartwright, Agriculture Western Australia

  7. Post-anthesis duration and rainfall affect oil content of canola, Ping Si, University of West Australia, Graham Walton, Agriculture Western Australia, Nick Galwey and David Turner, University of West Australia

  8. Canola responded to high rates of fertiliser in 1998, Wayne Pluske, CSBP

  9. Impact of agronomic practices on canola quality, Graham Walton, Agriculture Western Australia

  10. Survey reveals widespread infection with two virus diseases in Western Australian canola crops, Roger Jones and Brenda Coutts, Agriculture Western Australia

  11. Calculating canola yields and oil contents as a function of soil and fertiliser nitrogen supply, Bill Bowden and Isabel Arevalo-Vigne, Agriculture Western Australia

  12. Canola benchmarks 1997/98 – Central Eastern District, Jeff Russell, Agriculture Western Australia

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