Herbicide tolerance of lupin varieties - Eradu

2019

Research organisaton
Funding source

Trial details

Researcher(s) Dr Harmohinder Dhammu and Mark Seymour
Contact email harmohinder.dhammu@dpird.wa.gov.au
Contact phone 0403 156 942
Year(s) 2019
Contributor Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development WA
Trial location(s) Bruce Ley, WA
Herbicide tolerance of lupin varieties - Eradu locations
Aims

To identify herbicide sensitivities of new lupin varieties with the view to reduce their yield losses due to herbicide damage. Mandelup was included as a standard variety for comparison in the trial.

Blue lupins are problematic in narrow leave lupin production, especially in the Northern Agriculture Region of WA Wheatbelt and no herbicide is registered for their control in this crop. There were earlier reports that blue lupins could be controlled/suppressed with triclopyr (e.g. Garlon®) safely applied at pod setting on main stem of narrow leave lupins (Quinlan and Fleay, 2016). Two timing of application of Garlon® at 30 mL/ha were included in the trial to determine their safety on new narrow leafed lupin varieties.

Key messages

Pre-emergent simazine and propyzamide (IBS) at maximum label rates recorded low crop safety margin.

Higher uptake of simazine following good soil moisture appeared to have made lupins varieties sensitive to damage by normally safe rates of post-emergent broadleaf herbicides.

A new herbicide Ultro® 900 WG at 2.3 kg/ha applied before seeding was tolerated by all the lupin varieties.

For blue lupin control/suppression, Garlon® 600 (triclopyr) at 30 mL/ha applied at 8-leaf stage and at pod setting on main stem of narrow leafed lupins caused statistically significant yield loss across all the lupin varieties. Triclopyr use on narrow leafed lupins is not registered.

Note: Always follow label recommendations. The Department Primary Industries and Regional Development, does not endorse the use of herbicides above the registered rate or off-label use of herbicides or off-label tank mixes. Crop tolerance and yield responses to herbicides are strongly influenced by seasonal conditions.

Lead research organisation Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development WA
Host research organisation Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development WA
Trial funding source DPIRD WA
Related program N/A
Acknowledgments

Thanks to DPIRD for funding this research work, Dr Dion Bennett, AGT for providing seed of new lupin variety Coyote, Trevor Bell and Larry Prosser, Technical Officers, Research Facility Geraldton, Martin Harries, Research Scientist and Stephany Boyce, Technical Officer, DPIRD Geraldton and Pam Burgess, Technical Officer, DPIRD Esperance for their technical assistance.


Other trial partners Not specified
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Method

Crop type Lupins
Treatment type(s)
  • Herbicide: Timing
Trial type Experimental
Trial design Randomised,Replicated

Bruce Ley 2019

Sow rate or Target density 45 plants/m2.
Sowing machinery

Coneseeder with knife points and press-wheels and 5 cm deep. The trial was sown at around 3.5 to 4 km/hr speed.

Sow date 6 June 2019
Harvest date 2 November 2019
Plot size 8m x 1.15m
Plot replication 3
Plot randomisation Yes
Seed treatment Rovral® 100 mL and Thiraflo® 600 170 mL/100 kg seed.
Inoculant Alosca group GS granular 10 kg/ha applied
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Trial source data and summary not available
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Observed trial site soil information
Trial site soil testing
Not specified
Soil conditions
Trial site Soil texture
Bruce Ley, WA Yellow sandplain
Derived trial site soil information
Australian Soil Classification Source: ASRIS
Trial site Soil order
Bruce Ley, WA Tenosol
Soil Moisture Source: BOM/ANU
Average amount of water stored in the soil profile during the year, estimated by the OzWALD model-data fusion system.
Year Bruce Ley WA
2019 44.9mm
2018 45.3mm
2017 41.6mm
2016 46.9mm
2015 60.6mm
2014 55.8mm
2013 64.7mm
2012 48.3mm
2011 71.1mm
2010 47.9mm
2009 48.8mm
2008 73.7mm
2007 60.3mm
2006 50.3mm
2005 38.5mm
2004 48.4mm
2003 52.9mm
2002 37.5mm
2001 32.2mm
2000 62.0mm
National soil grid Source: CSIRO/TERN
NOTE: National Soil Grid data is aggregated information for background information on the wider area
Actual soil values can vary significantly in a small area and the trial soil tests are the most relevant data where available

Soil properties

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Climate

Bruce Ley WA 2019


Observed climate information

Rainfall trial gsr (mm) 264mm

Derived climate information

Bruce Ley WA

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Some data on this site is sourced from the Bureau of Meteorology

SILO weather estimates sourced from https://www.longpaddock.qld.gov.au/silo/
Jeffrey, S.J., Carter, J.O., Moodie, K.B. and Beswick, A.R. (2001). Using spatial interpolation to construct a comprehensive archive of Australian climate data , Environmental Modelling and Software, Vol 16/4, pp 309-330. DOI: 10.1016/S1364-8152(01)00008-1.



Trial last modified: 09-11-2020 18:36pm AEST