Hart Field Site Group

Hart is South Australia’s premier agronomic field site, managed by farmers to provide independent information and skills to the industry.

Since 1982, the Hart Field-Site Group have been conducting cropping trials at Hart in the Mid-North of South Australia. These trials are focussed on being relevant to the broad-acre farming community and are conducted independently. The substantial trials site at Hart is available for inspection throughout each growing season at Hart Crop Walks and Field Days and for student/farming group tours by appointment.

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Years: 2003 to 2017
724 published trials
262 uploaded trial reports
48 trial sites
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Aims:

To compare the tolerance of legume and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Crop type: Canola,Mixed species,Chickpeas,Faba beans,Field peas,Lentils,Vetch 7 trials Crop Crop Type Herbicide Herbicide Timing
Hart, SA
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To evaluate the effectiveness of current and new fungicides in reducing ascochyta blight infection and maintaining grain yield and quality in lentils and chickpeas.

Crop type: Lentils,Chickpeas 2 trials Crop Crop Type Fungicide Fungicide Type
Hart, SA
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Aims:

To compare the tolerance of legume and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Crop type: Faba beans,Canola,Mixed species,Chickpeas,Field peas,Lentils,Vetch 7 trials Crop Crop Type Herbicide Herbicide Timing
Hart, SA
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Aims:

To compare the tolerance of legume and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Hart, SA
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Aims:

To compare the tolerance of legume and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Hart, SA
Source Data Unavailable
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To investigate the effect of full stubble retention compared with other stubble management methods and seeding technologies

Crop type: Lentils 1 trial Stubble Height
Pinery, SA
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To investigate the effect of full stubble retention compared with other stubble management methods and seeding technologies.

Crop type: Lentils 1 trial Stubble Stubble Management Stubble Height
Pinery, SA
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To investigate if stubble/seeding direction and management (plus or minus stubble) effects lentil growth and yield

Crop type: Lentils,Wheat 2 trials Stubble Management
Hart, SA
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Full stubble retention: effect on crop growth and growing conditions

Sarah Noack, Peter Hooper (Hart), Mick Lines, Victor Sadras (SARDI) and Glenn McDonald (UoA)

Aims:

To investigate the effect of full stubble retention compared with other stubble management methods and seeding technologies.

Crop type: Lentils 1 trial Crop Stubble Stubble Management Stubble Height
Hart, SA
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Group B tolerant crops

Sarah Noack and Peter Hooper (Hart Field Site Group)

Aims:

  • To compare the tolerance of the new crop varieties to a range of group B herbicides relative to conventional non-tolerant varieties.
  • To also measure the efficacy of herbicides for controlling crop volunteers with group B tolerance.

Crop type: Barley,Wheat,Lentils,Canola 4 trials Crop Crop Type Herbicide Herbicide Type
Hart, SA
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Aims:

To compare the tolerance of legume and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Crop type: Faba beans,Canola,Mixed species,Chickpeas,Lentils,Vetch 6 trials Crop Crop Type Herbicide Herbicide Type
Hart, SA
Source Data Unavailable
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Aims:

  • To compare the tolerance of new crop varieties to a range of group B herbicides relative to conventional non-tolerant varieties.
  • To also measure the efficacy of herbicides for controlling crop volunteers with group B tolerance.

Crop type: Barley,Wheat,Lentils,Canola 4 trials Crop Crop Type Herbicide Herbicide Type
Hart, SA
Source Data Unavailable
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Aims:

To compare the tolerance of legume and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Hart, SA
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Lentil and field pea agronomy

Stuart Sherriff, Mick Lines and Larn McMurray (SARDI)

Aims:

To compare new lentil varieties with older standards and current field pea options.

Crop type: Field peas,Lentils 6 trials Crop Crop Type Variety Variety Type
Hart, SA
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Aims:

  • To compare the tolerance of the new varieties to a range of group B herbicides relative to conventional non tolerant varieties.
  • To also measure the efficacy of herbicides for controlling crop volunteers with group B tolerance.

Hart, SA
Source Data Unavailable
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Aims:

To compare the tolerance of legume and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Hart, SA
Source Data Unavailable
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Aims:

To assess the advantages of new lentil varieties with current standards and a field pea at different sowing times and on varying soil types.

Hart, SA
Source Data Unavailable
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Aims:

To compare the tolerance of legumes and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Research organisaton

Aims:

To compare the tolerance of legumes and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Hart, SA
Source Data Unavailable
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Aims:

To compare the tolerance of legumes and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Hart, SA
Source Data Unavailable
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