Authors

Brian McAlpine, Farmer, Nuffield Scholar
David Stephens, Department of Agriculture
Nicola Telcik, Department of Agriculture
K. Jayasena, Department of Agriculture
R. Loughman, Department of Agriculture
G. Thomas, Department of Agriculture
C. Beard, Department of Agriculture
B. Paynter, Department of Agriculture
Colin Mann, Grain Licensing Authority
Ross Kingwell, Department of Agriculture
Francis Hoyle, University of Western Australia
D. V. Murphy, University of Western Australia
N. Milton, University of Western australia
M. Osman, University of western Australia
L. K. Abbott, University of Western Australia
W. R. Cookson, University of Western Australia
S. Darmawanto, University of Western Australia
Bill Bowden, Department of Agriculture
Blakely Paynter, Department of Agriculture
K. Regan, Department of Agriculture
P. White, Department of Agriculture
K. Siddique, CLIMA
K. Adhikari, Department of Agriculture
M. Harries, CLIMA
Ian Pritchard, Department of Agriculture
Angelo Loi, Department of Agriculture
Phil Nichols, Department of Agriculture
Clinton Revell, Department of Agriculture
David Ferris, Department of Agriculture
Bill Roy, Agricultural Consulting & Research Services Pty.Ltd
Sally Peltzer, Department of Agriculture
Dave Minkey, Department of Agriculture
Michael Walsh, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance lnitiative
Alexandra Douglas, Department of Agriculture
Meredith Fairbanks, Department of Agriculture
Ian Foster, Department of Agriculture
Geraldine Pasqual, Department of Agriculture
David Tennant, Department of Agriculture
Belinda Barr, Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics
Heather Bray, Molecular Plant Breeding Cooperative Research Centre.
Steve Penny, Department of Agriculture
Narelle Hill, Department of Agriculture
Ron McTaggart, Department of Agriculture
Wal Anderson, Department of Agriculture
Ray Tugwell, Department of Agriculture
Svetlana Micic, Department of Agriculture
Phil Michael, Department of Agriculture
Roy Butler, Department of Agriculture
Keith Croker, Department of Agriculture

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture

City

Perth

Publication Date

18-3-2005

Keywords

Cooperation, efficiency and management gains, Research, Development and Extension, forecasting, rainfall, weather, climate, outlook, barley, wheat, foliar diseases, fungicides, Grain Licensing Authority, Grain Exporters, nitrogen, fertiliser, grain prices, profit, stubble, burning, carbon, microbal, Soil biological fertility, malting barley, Baudin, Hamlin, pulse varieties, chickpeas, kabuli, desi, faba bean, lentil, lathrus, grasspea, albus lupin, Pasture legumes, hard seed, farming systems, weed control, ryegrass, weed-break, programmes, Weeds, Ants, Predation, Mouldboard Ploughing, Seedbanks, integrated weed management, herbicides, Gene Technology, EGA Eagle Rock, rust resistance, metribuzin tolerance, Tactical Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, grain yields, wheat, barley, grain quality, Insect contamination, cereal, feed for sheep

Abstract

This session covers twenty five papers from different authors

KEYNOTE

How Farmers Can Work Together for a More Sustainable and Profitable Business, Brian McAlpine Farmer, Nuffield Scholar

GENERAL

  1. 2005 Seasonal Outlook, David Stephens and Nicola Telcik, Department of Agriculture

  2. Essentials for cereal leaf disease management, K. Jayasena, R. Loughman, G. Thomas, C. Beard, and B. Paynter, Department of Agriculture

  3. Benefits to the grower of grain licensing, Colin Mann, Grain Licensing Authority SOIL & NUTRIENTS

  4. The effect of higher nitrogen fertiliser prices on rotation and fertiliser strategies in cropping systems, Ross Kingwell, Department of Agriculture

  5. Effect of stubble burning and seasonality on microbial processes and nutrient cycling, Francis Hoyle, University of Western Australia

  6. Soil Biology and Crop Production in Western Australian Farming Systems, D.V. Murphy, N. Milton, M. Osman, F.C. Hoyle, L.K Abbott, W.R. Cookson and S. Darmawanto, University of Western Australia

  7. Nutrient Management to get optimal production, Bill Bowden, Department of Agriculture

    OTHER CROPS

  8. Which malting barley variety and why? Blakely Paynter, Department of Agriculture

  9. KASPA AND OTHER NEW PULSE VARIETIES, 1. New Pulse varieties and where they fit in, K. Regan, P. White, Department of Agriculture & CLIMA, K. Siddique, CLIMA, K. Adhikari, Department of Agriculture & CLIMA, M. Harries, CLIMA

  10. Kaspa in the WA Grain Belt 2003-2004, Ian Pritchard, Department of Agriculture

  11. New annual pastures for Mediterranean farming systems, Angelo Loi, Phil Nichols, Clinton Revell & David Ferris, Department of Agriculture

  12. Challenging herbicide resistant ryegrass, Bill Roy, Agricultural Consulting & Research Services Pty.Ltd

    WEED MANAGEMENT

  13. Ingest, incinerate or invert? The pro’s and con’s of 3 weed seed removal tactics, Sally Peltzer1, Dave Minkey1 and Michael Walsh2 Department of Agriculture 1 and Western Australian Herbicide Resistance lnitiative2

  14. A good use guide for pre-emergent herbicides, Alexandra Douglas, Department of Agriculture

    OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION

    17.Growing season outlook, Meredith Fairbanks, Ian Foster, Geraldine Pasqual, David Stephens, Nicola Telcik, David Tennant, Department of Agriculture

    18. Status Of Department Of Agriculture Western Australia Crop Varieties

    19. Seed Licensee Details

    20. Gene technology for growers. What is it? How does it Work? Belinda Barr, Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics, Dr Heather Bray, Molecular Plant Breeding Cooperative Research Centre.

    21. Agronomic package for EGA Eagle Rock, Steve Penny, Department of Agriculture

    22. Nutrient timing and requirements for increased crop yields in the high rainfall cropping zone, Narelle Hill, Ron McTaggart, Dr. Wal Anderson and Ray Tugwell Department of Agriculture

    23. Insect contamination of cereal grain at harvest, Svetlana Micic and Phil Michael, Department of Agriculture

    24. Crop leftovers: what’s in stubble for sheep? Roy Butler and Keith Croker, Department of Agriculture

    25. Mandelup – Narrow-leafed lupin

Comments

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