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Faba bean crops will need close monitoring due to a wet start to the growing season that has produced conditions ideal for disease development. Options for control of fungal pathogens have been investigated: find out more on OFT.
Aphids are generally a sporadic pest and likely to be abundant in seasons following a relatively mild and wet winter and spring. Find out what can be learnt from past research on aphid control in winter cereal crops.
Lupins are well suited to the acid and sandy soils found across large tracts of the Western Australian wheatbelt and play an important role in breaking cereal disease cycles and adding fixed nitrogen to cropping systems. They also provide some unique opportunities for implementing weed control tactics as part of an integrated weed management plan.
Water repellent soils result in uneven water infiltration, poor crop and pasture establishment, poor weed control and poor water and nutrient use efficiency. These effects combine to reduce productivity and exacerbate herbicide resistance and weed control problems. Read about past research concerning water repellent soils here.
Despite proper planning and in-crop management a severe frost can affect crops unexpectedly. Determining what to do once a crop has been frosted begins with assessing the damage.
Blackleg is a sexually reproducing pathogen that will overcome cultivar resistance genes. Fungal spores are released from canola stubble and spread. This bookmark filters on Canola fungicide trials in the sourthern region.
Demand for lime is increasing in WA as growers need to boost applications to arrest soil acidity. This bookmark searches on lime for the Western Region
Fungicide resistance is the inevitable consequence of over-use of a single mode of action against a pathogen. This bookmark searches for fungicide trials in the northern region.

Feature trials

The feature trials below highlight examples of the depth of data  that can be found within trial explorer.
 

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To maintain or improve crop production through applying alternative weed, disease and pest control options in pasture wheat rotations in the presence of crop residues. The trial was established in 2013 with different stubble treatments imposed at harvest and was sown either inter row or in row with wheat in 2014.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Sowing: Method Stubble: Management
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To compare EverGol Prime, Vibrance and Tripower to Baytan T for loose smut contol and to compare EverGol Prime to triazole seed treatments for Rhizoctonia suppression.

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Fungicide: Type Fungicide: Application
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To evaluate the impact of N, P & S nutrition on yield and oil content of canola

Crop type: Canola 1 trial Fertiliser: Type Fertiliser: Rate Fertiliser: Timing
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This component of the National Variety Trials is designed to provide independent and statistically accurate variety performance of Barley cultivars throughout the Victorian high rainfall zone

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Variety: Type
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