Authors

Kerry Regan, Agriculture Western Australia
Peter White, Agriculture Western Australia
Kamdambot Siddique, Agriculture Western Australia
W. O'Neill, Agriculture Western Australia
J. Russell, Agriculture Western Australia
R. J. French, Agriculture Western Australia
N. Brandon, Agriculture Western Australia
C. Gaskin, Agriculture Western Australia
N. Runciman, Agriculture Western Australia
M. Seymore, Agriculture Western Australia
J. Berger, CLIMA and CSIRO Plant Industry
N. C. Turner, CLIMA and CSIRO Plant Industry
R. Carpenter, CSIRO Plant Industry
C. Ludwig, CSIRO Plant Industry
R. Kenny, CSIRO Plant Industry
Q. Ma, CLIMA
M. H. Behboudian, Massey University, New Zealand
J. A. Palta, CLIMA and CSIRO Plant Industry
H. Clarke, CLIMA
J. Stott, Murdoch University
J. Howieson, Murdoch University
K. L. Regan, Agriculture Western Australia
R. Shackles, Agriculture Western Australia
C. Francis, CLIMA
N. Acikoz, AARI, Turkey
N. Atikyilmaz, AARI, Turkey
R. S. Malholtra, ICARDA, Syria
M. Baker, Agriculture Western Australia
J. Clements, CLIMA and Agriculture Western Australia
C. Hanbury, CLIMA and Agriculture Western Australia
C. White, CSIRO
B. P. Mullan, Agriculture Western Australia
R. Lancaster, Agriculture Western Australia
I. Guthridge, Agriculture Western Australia
I. Pritchard, Agriculture Western Australia
P. Fisher, Agriculture Western Australia
M. Braimbridge, Agriculture Western Australia
J. Bignell, Agriculture Western Australia
R. Beermier, Agriculture Western Australia
W. Bowden, Agriculture Western Australia
M. D. A. Bolland, Agriculture Western Australia
G. P. Riethmuller, Agriculture Western Australia
R. F. Brennan, Agriculture Western Australia
S. Lawrence, University of WA
Zen Rengel, University of WA
S. P. Loss, CSBP futurefarm
P. Vedeniapine, Phosyn Ltd
C. Kirkwood, Farmer, Katanning
D. Wright, Agriculture Western Australia
L. Latham, CLIMA and Agriculture Western Australia
R. Jones, Agriculture Western Australia
M. J. de Sousa Majer, Curtin University of Technology
D. Hardie, CSIRO Division of Plant Industry
Oonagh Byrne, CLIMA
Penny Smith, University of WA
Françoise Berlandier, Agriculture Western Australia
N. Keals, CLIMA
R. Emery, Agriculture Western Australia

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Agriculture Western Australia

City

Perth

Publication Date

16-2-2000

Keywords

Faba Beans, Desi chickpea, Kabuli chickpeas, Field Pea, Lentil, Vetch, Narbon bean, Lupinue species, Lathyrus development, species, nutrient, Ascochyta blight, Botrytis grey mould, fungal diseases, viruses, insect pests

Abstract

This session covers fifty nine papers from different authors:

1.1999 PULSE INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS

2. CONTRIBUTORS

3. BACKGROUND

4. SUMMARY OF PREVIOUS RESULTS

5. 1999 REGIONAL ROUNDUP

6. Northern Agricultural Region, W. O’Neill, AGWEST

7. Central Agricultural Region J. Russell and R.J. French AGWEST

8. Great Southern and Lakes N. Brandon, C. Gaskin and N. Runciman, AGWEST

9. Esperance Mallee M. Seymour, AGWEST

PULSE PRODUCTION AGRONOMY AND GENETIC IMPROVEMENT

10. Faba Bean

11. Desi chickpea Traits associated with drought resistance in chickpea, J. Berger, N.C. Turner, CLIMA and CSIRO Plant Industry, R.J. French, AGWEST, R. Carpenter, C. Ludwig and R. Kenney, CSIRO Plant Industry

12. Genotype x environment analysis of chickpea adaptation, J. Berger and N. Turner, CLIMA and CSIRO Plant Industry, and K.H.M. Siddique, AGWEST

13. Carbon fixation by chickpea pods under terminal drought, Q. Ma, CLIMA, M.H. Behboudian, Massey University, New Zealand, N.C. Turner and J.A. Palta, CLIMA, and CSIRO Plant Industry

14. Influence of terminal drought on growth and seed quality, M.H. Behboudian, Massey University, New Zealand, Q. Ma, CLIMA, N.C. Turner and J.A. Palta, CSIRO Plant Industry

15. Resistance to chilling at flowering and to budworm, H. Clarke, CLIMA

Chickpea nodulation survey, J. Stott and J. Howieson, Centre for Rhizobium Studies, Murdoch University

16. Kabuli chickpea

17. Premium quality kabuli chickpea development in the ORIA, K.H.M. Siddique CLIMA and AGWEST, K.L. Regan, AGWEST, R. Shackles, AGWEST

18. International screening for Ascochyta blight resistance, K.H.M. Siddique CLIMA and AGWEST, C. Francis, CLIMA, K.L. Regan, AGWEST, N. Acikgoz and N. Atikyilmaz, AARI, Turkey and R.S. Malholtra, ICARDA, Syria

19. Agronomic evaluation of Ascochyta resistant kabuli germplasm in WA, K.H.M. Siddique CLIMA and AGWESTC. Francis, CLIMA, K.L. Regan and M. Baker, AGWEST

20. Field Pea

21. Lentil

22. ACIAR project J. Clements, K.H.M. Siddique CLIMA and AGWEST and C. Francis CLIMA

23. Vetch

24. Rust, M. Seymour, AGWEST

25. Narbon bean

26. Agronomy, M. Seymour, AGWEST

27. Lupinus species

28. Screening lupins for tolerance to alkaline/calcareous soils, C. Tang, CLIMA andUniversity of WAand J.D. Brand, WAITE, University of Adelaide

29. Lathyrus development, C. Hanbury and K.H.M. Siddique, CLIMA and AGWEST

30. Sheep feeding studies, C. White, CSIRO, Perth, C. Hanbury, CLIMA and K.H.M. Siddique, CLIMA and AGWEST

31. Lathyrus: a potential new ingredient in pig diets, B.P. Mullan, C.D. Hanbury and K.H.M. Siddique, AGWEST

32. Species comparison

33. Species for horticultural rotations, K.H.M. Siddique, AGWEST, R. Lancaster and I. Guthridge AGWEST

34. Marrow fat field pea shows promise in the southwest, K.H.M. Siddique, AGWEST, N. Runciman, AGWEST, and I. Pritchard, AGWEST,

35. Pulses on grey clay soils, P. Fisher, M. Braimbridge, J. Bignell, N. Brandon, R. Beermier, W. Bowden, AGWEST

36. Nutrient management of pulses

37. Summary of pulse nutrition studies in WA, M.D.A. Bolland, K.H.M. Siddique, G.P. Riethmuller, and R.F. Brennan, AGWEST

38. Pulse species response to phosphorus and zinc, S. Lawrence, Zed Rengel, University of WA, S.P. Loss, CSBP futurefarm, M.D.A. Bolland, .H.M. Siddique, W. Bowden, AGWEST

39. Gypsum

40. Antitranspirants

seed priming

DEMONSTRATION OF PULSES IN THE FARMING SYSTEM

41. Foliar and soil applied nutrients for field peas in the south coast mallee,M. Seymour, AGWEST, and P. Vedeniapine, Phosyn Ltd

42. Demonstration of pulse species at Kendenup, C. Kirkwood, Farmer, Katanning, R. Beermier, N. Runciman and N. Brandon, AGWEST

43. Kabuli chickpea demonstration at Gnowangerup, R. Beermier and N. Brandon, AGWEST

44. Lathyrus sativus demonstration at Mindarabin, N. Brandon and R. Beermier, AGWEST

45. New field pea varieties in the central eastern region, J. Russell, AGWEST

DISEASE AND PEST MANAGEMENT

46. Ascochyta blight of chickpea

47. Botrytis grey mould (BGM) of chickpea

48. Fungal disease diagnostics, Pulse disease diagnostics, D. Wright, AGWEST Plant Laboratories

49. Viruses in pulses, Luteovirus infection in field pea and faba bean crops, and viruses in seed, L. Latham, CLIMA and AGWEST, R. Jones, AGWEST

50. Screening of pulse species for pea seed-borne mosaic virus, L. Latham, CLIMAand AGWEST, and R. Jones, AGWEST

51. CMV in chickpea: effect of seed-borne sources on virus spread and seed yield, R. Jones, AGWEST and L. Latham, CLIMA and AGWEST

52. Insect pests

53. Evaluation of transgenic field pea against the pea weevil,M.J. de Sousa Majer, School of Environmental Biology, Curtin University of Technology,, D. Hardie, and N.C. Turner, CSIRO Division of Plant Industry

54. Development of a molecular marker for pea weevil resistance in field pea, Oonagh Byrne, CLIMA, Darryl Hardie, AGWEST and Penny Smith, UWA

55. Aphid feeding damage to faba bean and lentil crops, Françoise Berlandier, AGWEST

56. Taxonomy and control of bruchids in pulses, N. Keals, CLIMA, D. Hardie and R. Emery, AGWEST,

57. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

58. PUBLICATIONS BY PULSE PRODUCTIVITY PROJECT STAFF

59. VARIETIES PRODUCED AND COMMERCIALLY RELEASED




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