South Australian Research and Development Institute

The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) provides research and development services to the state government, commercial clients and research partners to help make South Australia’s primary industries and regions internationally competitive and ecologically sustainable.

SARDI’s programs are designed to increase the productivity, sustainability and adaptability of the state’s agriculture, food and wine, fisheries and aquaculture and bioscience enterprises, create opportunities for market growth, address barriers to growth and provide applied solutions.

OFT information summary

Years: 1936 to 2017
261 published trials
27 uploaded trial reports
89 trial sites
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Adaptive peas for low rainfall environments

Larn McMurray, Cathy Paterson, Alison Frischke (SARDI), Tony Leonforte (DPI Vic), Willie Shoobridge, Mark Bennie and Leigh Davis (SARDI)

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To evaluate field pea breeding lines ranging in their glass house tolerance to boron and salinity, for their ability to perform under high field soil boron levels. The same lines were also evaluated in the same paddock at Minnipa but on a contrasting site where lower boron levels were identified.

Crop type: Field peas 1 trial Variety Variety Type
Minnipa, SA
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Field pea performance

Larn McMurray (SARDI), Tony Leonforte (DPI Vic), Michael Lines, Willie Shoobridge, Mark Bennie and Leigh Davis (SARDI)

Aims:

To develop cultivars and agronomic methods that will increase and stabilise production in environments characterized by variable soil types and low rainfall, of which Minnipa is a key site of the program.

Crop type: Field peas 1 trial Variety Variety Type
Minnipa, SA
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To determine rate and timing of zinc for filed pea.

Crop type: Field peas 1 trial Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing Fertiliser Application
Hart, SA
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To establish the importance of manganese and zinc to pea yield decline.

Crop type: Field peas 1 trial Fertiliser Application
University of Adelaide , SA
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A short review of manganese in NSW Agriculture.

University of Adelaide , SA
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To report on experiments on foliar iron sprays to overcome deficiency in field pea.

Crop type: Field peas 1 trial Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Millicent, SA
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