Authors

Bill Roy, Agricultural Consulting and Research Services Pty Ltd
Peter Newman, Department of Agriculture
J. R. Peirce, Department of Agriculture
B. J. Rayner, Department of Agriculture
Kathryn J. Steadman, University of Western Australia
Gavin P. Bignell, University of Western Australia
Amanda J. Ellery, CSIRO
Sandy Nedelkos, CSIRO
Ross Chapman, CSIRO
Michelle J. Owen, Univerwsity of Western Australia
Simone Dudley, CSIRO
Robert Gallagher, Washington State University
Pippa J. Michael, University of Western Australia
Julie A. Plummer, University of Western Australia
Peter Newman, Department of Agriculture
Glenn Adam, Department of Agriculture
Catherine Borger, Department of Agriculture
Abul Hashem, Department of Agriculture
Nerys Wilkins, Department of Agriculture
Sally Peltzer, Department of Agriculture
Alex Douglas, Department of Agriculture
Fran Hoyle, Department of Agriculture
Paul Matson, Department of Agriculture
Michael Walsh, University of Western Australia
Darren Chitty, University of Western Australia
David Ferris, University of Western Australia
Paul Neve, University of Western Australia
Art Diggle, Department of Agriculture
Patrick Smith, CSIRO
Stephen Powles, University of Western Australia
David Archer, University of Western Australia
James Eklund, USDA-Agricultural Research Service, Morris, MN 56267, USA
Frank Forcella, USDA-Agricultural Research Service, Morris, MN 56267, USA
Alister Draper, University of Western Australia
Rick Llewellyn, University of Western Australia
Aik Cheam, Department of Agriculture
Siew Lee, Department of Agriculture
David Nicholson, Department of Agriculture
Mike Clarke, Bayer Crop Science
Debbie Allen, University of Western Australia
Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Department of Agriculture
Terry Piper, Department of Agriculture
L. E. Young, Department of Agriculture

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture

City

Perth

Publication Date

19-2-2003

Keywords

Integrated, management, brown manuring, crop top, knockdown, skeleton weed crop rotations, annual ryegrass, Lolium rigidum, seed dormancy, seedbank dynamics, seed dormancy release, after-ripening, exploratory data analysis, seed maturation environment, genetic adaptation, herbicide resistance testing, germination stimulants, green manuring, Malva parviflora, small-flowered mallow, marshmallow, weed control, seed biology, wild radish, phenoxy, Spray.Seed®, glyphosate, double knockdown herbicides, diurnal spraying time, spraying interval, hay-making, seed-catching, mouldboard ploughing, burning, seedbanks, mouldboard plough, weed control, autumn burning, Chaff Top, chaff-cart, glyphosate-resistance canola, model, tillage, WEEDEM, extension, triazine, diflufenican, wild mustard, chlorsulfuron, metosulam, WA wheatbelt, rates, diclofop-methyl, survey, economics, mobility, barley, phytotoxicity, biomass, lupins, scorching, seed yield, field peas, chlorosis, lentils, CLEARFIELD™ wheat, seeding rate, Midas® rate, spraying stage, wild oats, barley grass, Diuron, Dual Gold®

Abstract

This session covers Thirty four papers from different authors

INTRODUCTION

INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT

IWM system studies/demonstration sites

  1. Six years of IWM investigation – what does it tell us? Bill Roy, Agricultural Consulting and Research Services Pty Ltd

  2. Long term herbicide resistance site, the final chapter, Peter Newman and Glen Adam, Department of Agriculture

  3. Management of skeleton weed (chondrilla juncea) in a cropping rotation in Western Australia, J. R. Peirce and B. J. Rayner, Department of Agriculture

WEED BIOLOGY AND COMPETITION

  1. Annual ryegrass seedbanks: The good, the bad and the ugly, Kathryn J. Steadman1, Amanda J. Ellery2 and Sally C. Peltzer3 , 1WA Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA, 2CSIRO Plant Industry, 3 Department of Agriculture

  2. Annual ryegrass seeds after-ripen faster during a hot summer, Kathryn J. Steadman1, Gavin P. Bignell1 and Amanda J. Ellery2, 1WA Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA, 2CSIRO Plant Industry

  3. Predicting annual ryegrass dormancy from climatic variables, Amanda Ellery, Andrew Moore, Sandy Nedelkos, Ross Chapman, CSIRO Plant Industry

  4. Removing dormancy in annual ryegrass seeds for early herbicide resistance testing, Kathryn J. Steadman and Mechelle J. Owen, WA Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA

  5. Annual ryegrass germination responds to nitrogen, Amanda Ellery1, Simone Dudley1 and Robert Gallagher2, 1CSIRO Plant Industry, 2Washington State University

  6. The agro-ecology of Malva parviflora (small flowered mallow), Pippa J. Michael, Kathryn J. Steadman and Julie A. Plummer, Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, School of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia

  7. The looming threat of wild radish, Peter Newman, Department of Agriculture

    IWM TOOLS

  8. Double knock, how close can we go? Peter Newman and Glen Adam, Department of Agriculture

  9. Double knock herbicide effect on annual ryegrass, Catherine Borger, Abul Hashem and Nerys Wilkins, Department of Agriculture

  10. Tactical techniques for managing Annual Ryegrass, Sally Peltzer1, Alex Douglas1, Fran Hoyle1, Paul Matson1 and Michael Walsh2 Department of Agriculture and 2Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative.

  11. Weed control through soil inversion, Sally Peltzer, Alex Douglas and Paul Matson, Department of Agriculture

  12. The burning issues of annual ryegrass seed control, Darren Chitty and Michael Walsh, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA

  13. No sign of chaff-cart resistant ryegrass! David Ferris, WA Herbicide Resistance Initiative UWA

    PACKAGES AND MODELLING

  14. Conserving glyphosate susceptibility – modelling past, present and future us. Paul Neve1, Art Diggle2, Patrick Smith3 and Stephen Powles1 ,1Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, School of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia, 2Department of Agriculture, 3CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems

  15. WEEDEM: A program for predicting weed emergence in Western Australia, Michael Walsh,1 David Archer2, James Eklund2 and Frank Forcella2, 1Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA, 2USDA-Agricultural Research Service, 803 Iowa Avenue, Morris, MN 56267, USA

  16. Weed and herbicide management for long term profit: A workshop, Alister Draper1 and Rick Llewellyn12, 1WA Herbicide Resistance Initiative, 2School of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Western Australia

    HERBICIDE RESISTANCE

  17. Alternative herbicides for control of triazine and diflufenican multiple resistant wild radish, Aik Cheam1, Siew Lee1, David Nicholson1 and Mike Clarke2 1Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, 2Bayer CropScience

  1. Resistance of wild mustard biotype to ALS-inhibiting herbicides in WA Wheatbelt, Abul Hashem, Department of Agriculture

  2. Glyphosate-resistant ryegrass biotypes in the WA wheatbelt, Abul Hashem, Catherine Borger and Nerys Wilkins, Department of Agriculture

  3. Implications of herbicide rates for resistance management, Paul Neve, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of Western Australia

  4. Putting a price on herbicide resistance, Rick Llewellyn, School of Agricultural and Resource Economics/WA Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of Western Australia

  5. Herbicide resistance from over the fence: Mobility and management, Debbie Allena, Rick Llewellynb, aUniversity of Western Australia, 4th year student, 2002. Mingenew-Irwin Group, bSchool of Agricultural and Resource Economics/Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of Western Australia

    HERBICIDE TOLERANCE

  6. Herbicide tolerance of new barley varieties, Harmohinder S. Dhammu and Terry Piper, Department of Agriculture

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

  8. Herbicide tolerance of new field pea varieties, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper and David Nicholson, Department of Agriculture

  9. Herbicide tolerance of new lentil varieties, H.S. Dhammu, T.J. Piper and L.E. Young, Department of Agriculture

    HERBICIDES – NEW PRODUCTS/PRODUCT USES; USE

  10. Kill half leaf ryegrass with Spray.Seed® at night, Peter Newman and Glenn Adam, Department of Agriculture

  11. CLEARFIELD™ wheat to control hard-to-kill weeds, Abul Hashem, Catherine Borger and Nerys Wilkins, Department of Agriculture

  12. Diuron, a possible alternative to simazine pre-emergent in lupins, Peter Newman and Glenn Adam, Department of Agriculture

  13. Dual Gold® soft on barley, soft on weeds in dry conditions, Peter Newman and Glenn Adam, Department of Agriculture

  14. Dual Gold® soft on lupins, soft on ryegrass in dry conditions, Peter Newman and Glenn Adam, Department of Agriculture

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