Authors

Paul Carmody, Agriculture Western Australia
Ping Si, University of Western Australia
Rodney Mailer, Agricultural Research Institute, New South Wales Agriculture
Nick Galway, University of Western Australia
David Turner, University of Western Australia
Kevin Morthorpe, Pioneer Hi-Bred Australia Pty Ltd
Stephen Addenbrooke, Pioneer Hi-Bred Australia Pty Ltd
Peter Nelson, The Grain Pool of Western Australia
Mike Jackson, Cyanamid Agriculture Pty Ltd
Scott Paton, Cyanamid Agriculture Pty Ltd
Ross Brennan, Agriculture Western Australia
Noeleen Edwards, Agriculture Western Australia
Mike Bolland, Agriculture Western Australia
Bill Bowden, Agriculture Western Australia
C. P. Gunasekera, Muresk Institute of Agriculture, Curtin University of Technology
L. D. Martin, Muresk Institute of Agriculture, Curtin University of Technology
G. H. Walton, Agriculture Western Australia
K. H. M. Siddique, Agriculture Western Australia
Sharon R. Niknam, University of Western Australia
David W. Turner, University of Western Australia
Abul Hashem, Agriculture Western Australia
Harmonhinder Dhammu, Agriculture Western Australia
David Bowran, Agriculture Western Australia
The Canola Association of Western Australia
Syed H. Zaheer, University of Western Australia
Nick W. Galway, University of Western Australia
Ravjit Khangura, Agriculture Western Australia
Martin J. Barbetti, Agriculture Western Australia
Peter Carlton, Elders Limited
Debbie Thackray, Agriculture Western Australia
Jenny Hawkes, Agriculture Western Australia
Roger Jones, Agriculture Western Australia
Brenda Coutts, Agriculture Western Australia
Françoise Berlandier, Agriculture Western Australia
Ross Kingwell, Agriculture Western Australia University of Western Australia
Michael O'Connell, Agriculture Western Australia
Simone Bennerhasset, Agriculture Western Australia

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Agriculture Western Australia

City

Perth

Publication Date

16-2-2000

Keywords

Canola, genotype, oil, protein, glucosinolate, Roundup®, CLEARFIELD™, Imidazolinone, erucic acid, Karoo, ONDUTY, lontrel, capeweed, phosphate, potassium, Indian Mustard, environment, osmotic adjustment, yield, Chlorsulfuron, wild radish, resistant, Plant Breeders Rights, low rainfall, fungicide, blackleg, aphid, virus, Beet western yellows luteovirus, Diamondback moth, price movements, crop prices, rotations

Abstract

This session covers seventeen papers from different authors:

Introduction, Paul Carmody, Centre for Cropping Systems

CANOLA AGRONOMY

2. Genotype, location and year influence the quality of canola grown across southern Australia, PingSi1, Rodney Mailer2, Nick Galwey1 and David Turner1, 1Plant Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Western Australia, 2Agricultural Research Institute, New South Wales Agriculture

3. Development of Pioneer® Canola varieties for Australian market,Kevin Morthorpe, StephenAddenbrooke, Pioneer Hi-Bred Australia Pty Ltd

4. Canola, Erucic Acid, Markets and Agronomic Implications, Peter Nelson, The Grain Pool of Western Australia

5. The control of Capeweed in Clearfield Production System for Canola, Mike Jackson and ScottPaton, Cyanamid Agriculture Pty Ltd

6. Responsiveness of Canola to Soil Potassium Levels: How Low Do We Have To Go? Ross Brennan, Noeleen Edwards, Mike Bolland and Bill Bowden,Agriculture Western Australia

7. Adaption of Indian Mustard (Brassica juncea) in the Mediterranean Environment of South Western Australia, C.P. Gunasekera1, L.D. Martin1, G.H. Walton2 and K.H.M. Siddique2 1Muresk Institute of Agriculture, Curtin University of Technology, Northam, 2Agriculture Western Australia

8. Physiological Aspects of Drought Tolerance in Brassica napus and B.juncea, Sharon R. Niknam and David W. Turner, Plant Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Western Australia

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

10. Canola Variety and PBR Update 2000, From The Canola Association of Western Australia

11. Development of a canola ideotype for the low rainfall areas of the western Australian wheat belt, Syed H. Zaheer, Nick W. Galwey and David W. Turner, Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Western Australia

DISEASE MANAGEMENT

12. Evaluation of fungicides for the management of blackleg in canola, Ravjit Khangura and Martin J. Barbetti, Agriculture Western Australia

13. Impact-IFÒ: Intergral in the control of Blackleg, Peter Carlton, Trials Coordinator, Elders Limited

14. Forecasting aphid and virus risk in canola, Debbie Thackray, Jenny Hawkes and Roger Jones, Agriculture Western Australia and Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture

15. Beet western yellow virus in canola: 1999 survey results, wild radish weed reservoir and suppression by insecticide, Roger Jones and Brenda Coutts, Agriculture Western Australia

16. Are canola crops resilient to damage by aphids and diamond back moths? Françoise Berlandier, Agriculture Western Australia

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK

17. Outlook for prices and implications for rotations, Ross Kingwell1,2, Michael O’Connell1 and Simone Blennerhasset11Agriculture Western Australia 2University of Western Australia

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