Publication Date

1988

Document Type

Report

DAFWA Collections

Biosecurity, pests, weeds and diseases

Abstract

Trial 88EC17

The plots were hand sown at 2 g/m2 of inoculated and lime pelleted seed. The medics were inoculated with WSM540 which may have been ineffective on some of the M. littoralis and M. tornata varieties. The time taken to form ripe pods was monitored to gain some extra measure of maturity besides flowering time for comparing wide ranges of species. The ripening time involved was very similar over all the varieties, averaging out to 44 days after the flower opens. What appears to be a more important factor when considering maturity is the rate of flower and pod development, which appears the most rapid in M. tornata and M. polymorpha.

Number of Pages

2

Keywords

Western Australia

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