Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture

City

Perth

Publication Date

19-2-2003

Keywords

Lupin breeding, agronomic issues, weed management, lupins, variety, herbicides, phytotoxicity, leaf scorching, seed yield, Lupinus angustifolius L, terminal drought, seed filling, yellow lupins, isolation distance, insect pollination, aphid tolerance, albus lupins, anthracnose resistance, press wheels, chain, harrows, simazine, lupin establishment, moisture delving, time of sowing, plant density, row orientation, row spacing, water stress, water use, protein, intra-row, inter-row, spray shield, alternative herbicides, propyzamide, metolachlor, knockdown, harvest methods, nutrients, phosphorous, fertiliser placement, splash, spores, height of cereal stubble, disease, virus, BYMV, control measure, yield loss, dietary fibre, health benefits, human food

Abstract

This session covers twenty one papers from different authors

LUPIN ISSUES AND R & D DIRECTIONS

  1. Mark Sweetingham, Department of Agriculture

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

    VARIETIES AND BREEDING

  2. New lupin line for release – WALAN2141, Bevan J, Buirchell, Mark Sweetingham, Geoff Thomas, Amelia McLarty, Harmohinder Dhammu and CVT and Lupin Breeding teams, Department of Agriculture

  3. Lupin variety trial, Martin Harries and Wayne Parker, Department of Agriculture

  4. Herbicide tolerance of new lupins, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper and David Nicholson, Department of Agriculture

    YELLOW AND ALBUS LUPINS

  5. Selection for high lupin yield under terminal drought, Jairo A. Palta1&2, Neil C. Turner1&2 Bob French2&3 and Bevan Buirchell2&3 , 1CSIRO Plant Industry, Floreat, WA, 2CLIMA, University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, 3Department of Agriculture

  6. Outcrossing and isolation distance in yellow lupins, Kedar Adhikari, Bevan Buirchell and Katia Stefanova, Department of Agriculture

  7. Development of aphid tolerant yellow lupins in Western Australia, Kedar Adhikari, Bevan Buirchell, Mark Sweetingham and Françoise Berlandier, Department of Agriculture

    ESTABLISHMENT

  8. Development of anthracnose resistant albus lupins for Western Australia, Kedar Adhikari, Bevan Buirchell, Mark Sweetingham and Geoff Thomas, Department of Agriculture

  9. Lupin sowing methods for improved yields, Glen Riethmuller, Department of Agriculture

  10. Moisture delving = more reliable lupin establishment, Paul Blackwell and Wayne Parker, Department of Agriculture

  11. Effect of time of sewing, plant density and row orientation on lupins at various row spacings, Geoff Fosbery, Farm Focus Consultants, Bill Crabtree, Crabtree Consulting and Tracy Gilham, WANTFA

  12. Influence of row spacing on water stress and water use of lupins, Bob French and Laurie Wahlsten, Department of Agriculture

    AGRONOMY

  13. Effect on lupin protein and yield from variety, planting time and seed rate, Pierre Fievez, Pierre Fievez and Associates

  14. Lupin row cropping: herbicides to band, shield design and economics, Mike Collins, WANTFA and John Holmes, 4 Farmers

  15. Harvest options for narrow leaf lupins, Martin Harries and Dirranie Kirby, Department of Agriculture

    NUTRITION

  16. Additional nutrients on lupin yield and protein, Pierre Fievez, Pierre Fievez and Associates

  17. Demonstrating the effect of phosphorous placement on yields of narrow leaf lupin and yellow lupin on high phosphorus retention soils, Martin Harries and Wayne Parker, Department of Agriculture

    PESTS AND DISEASES

  18. How far are anthracnose spores spread by rain splash? Geoff Thomas, Mark Sweetingham and Ken Adcock, Department of Agriculture

  19. Height of cereal stubble affects spread of lupin anthracnose, Geoff Thomas, Bill MacLeod and Ken Adcock, Department of Agriculture

  20. Controlling non-necrotic strains of bean yellow mosaic virus in lupins by cultural methods, Roger Jones and Rohan Prince, Department of Agriculture, and Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture

    MARKET DEVELOPMENT

  21. Australian sweet lupin – is it the next human health food? Stuart Johnson, Deakin University; Ramon Hall, ARC SPIRT PhD Scholar; Madeleine Ball, University of Tasmania; Sofia Sipsas and David Petterson; Department of Agriculture

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