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Vetch termination: finding a compromise

De-Anne Ferrier (BCG), Laura Watson and Mark Peoples (CSIRO)

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To determine whether rhizobial inoculation of vetch enhances the amounts of N fixed. To evaluate the effect the timing of vetch termination has on inputs of fixed N, and on residual soil moisture and mineral N measured at the end of the 2012 growing season.

Crop type: Vetch 1 trial Harvest Timing Inoculant Type
Birchip, VIC
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To compare the tolerance of legume and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

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

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Adopting profitable crop sequences in the South Australian Mallee

Michael Moodie, Todd McDonald (MSF), Nigel Wilhelm (SARDI) and Ray Correll (Rho Environmetrics)

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  • Trials were implemented to compare break crop productivity and profitability on major soil types in the northern South Australian Mallee. This information will help farmers in the region to select the most appropriate break crop for their farming system.

Loxton, SA Waikerie, SA
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The aim of this project (SAGIT S914) was to:

  • Provide a genuine legume break crop option for cereal and mixed farmers in the marginal cropping areas of South Australia. Focusing on Western Eyre Peninsula, the Upper North and the Murray lands/Mallee.
  • Trial advanced common vetch lines with specific targeted traits in re… read more
Crop type: Vetch 2 trials Variety Type
Minnipa Agricultural Centre, SA Piednippie, SA
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