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GrowNote Barley West 8 Nematodes

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SYMPTOMS AND DETECTION | VARIETAL RESISTANCE OR TOLERANCE | MANAGEMENT OF NEMATODES | TESTING FOR ROOT-LESION NEMATODES WESTERN SEPTEMBER 2018 SECTION 8 NEMATODE MANAGEMENT BARLEY 1 NEMAtoDE MANAgEMENt seCtIon 8 BARLEY WESTERN JUNE 2017 Nematode management Root-lesion nemtodes (RLN; Pratylenchus spp.) are microscopic, worm-like animals that extract nutrients from plants, causing yield loss. 1 Root-lesion nematodes are found over 5.74 million hectares (or ~65%) of the cropping area of WA and populations potentially limit yield in at least 40% of these infested paddocks...

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GrowNote Chickpea West 2 Pre planting

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CHOOSING A VARIETY | VARIETAL PERFORMANCE AND RATINGS YIELD | PLANTING SEED QUALITY | FUTURE BREEDING DIRECTIONS WESTERN SEPTEMBER 2018 SECTION 2 PRE-PLANTING CHICKPEA1 Pre-PLantInG seCtIon 2 CHICKPEAS February 2017 Pre-planting Key messages • In variety choice, consider yield and adaptation to the area, disease resistance, grain quality, marketability and proximity to receival point. • Be aware of the specific management needs for the variety chosen through its variety management package (VMP). 1 • Kabuli chickpea provides a very profitable cropping option to Western...

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GrowNote Chickpea West 8 Nematodes

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ROOT-LESION NEMATODE (RLN) | NEMATODES AND CROWN ROT WESTERN SEPTEMBER 2018 SECTION 8 NEMATODE MANAGEMENT CHICKPEA1 neMatoDe ManaGeMent seCtIon 8 CHICKPEAS February 2017 nematode management Key messages • Nematodes are common soil pests that feed on the roots of a wide range of crop plants in all agricultural areas of Western Australia, irrespective of soil type and rainfall. • Root-lesion nematodes are found over 5.74 million ha (or ~65%) of the cropping area of Western Australia (WA). Populations potentially limit yield in at least 40% of these infested paddocks. • The...

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GrowNote Faba Bean West 4 Physiology

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FABA BEAN GROWTH STAGES | GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT | CROP DEVELOPMENT WESTERN NOVEMBER 2017 SECTION 4 PLANT GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY FABA BEAN 1 PlANt gROWtH AND PHYSIOlOgY seCtIon 4 FABA BEANS WESTERN NOVEMBER 2017 Plant growth and physiology Key messages • Faba bean flowers are white with some purple or black markings, and are both self-pollinated and cross-pollinated. • A rigid plant, the faba bean is 0.5–1.8 m tall with stout, hollow but erect stems of a square cross-section. • Faba beans will survive despite periods of waterlogging, especially in cool winter...

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GrowNote Faba Bean West 11 Desiccation

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DESICCATION | CROP-TOPPING | SEED AND POD DEVELOPMENT | WINDROWING WESTERN NOVEMBER 2017 SECTION 11 CROP DESICCATION/ SPRAY OUT FABA BEAN1 CROP DESICCAtION/SPRAY OUt seCtIon 11 FABA BEANS NOVEMBER 2017 Crop desiccation/spray out Key messages • Early desiccation should be avoided because it will result in yield and quality losses. • Windrowing faba bean crops encourages uniform maturity in paddocks that are ripening unevenly. • Crop-topping can limit weed seed-set from survivors of normal in-crop weed control. 11.1 Desiccation Desiccation prepares the pulse crop for...

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GrowNote Faba Bean West 0 Introduction

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CROP OVERVIEW | PRODUCTS AND USES | MARKET | FABA BEAN RESEARCH WESTERN NOVEMBER 2017 SECTION A INTRODUCTION FABA BEANxiv INtRODUCtION IntroduCtIon FABA BEANS NOVEMBER 2017 Introduction A.1 Crop overview A.1.1 the role of pulses in farming systems In WA, faba beans is a niche crop and production currently stands at around 6,000 tonnes (DAFWA). Vicia faba minor is grown under broadscale farming conditions in WA. In modern farming systems pulses have a role that is far greater than the traditional ones of ‘nitrogen fixation’ and ‘disease break’. They can be a cash crop in their...

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GrowNote Faba Bean West 9 Diseases

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FUNGAL DISEASE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES | SYMPTOM SORTER | CHOCOLATE SPOT | ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT | SCLEROTINIA STEM ROT | BOTRYTIS GREY MOULD | ROOT ROTS | RUST | RHIZOCTONIA BARE PATCH | VIRUSES | SAMPLE PREPARATION FOR DISEASED PLANT SPECIMENS WESTERN NOVEMBER 2017 SECTION 9 DISEASES FABA BEAN 1 DISEASES seCtIon 9 FABA BEANS WESTERN NOVEMBER 2017 Diseases Key messages • Chocolate spot (Botrytis fabae) can cause extensive losses and is the major disease of faba beans in WA. • In central and southern areas of WA use varieties that are at least moderately...

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GrowNote Faba Bean West 0 Contents

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WESTERN NOVEMBER 2017 CONTENTS FABA BEAN v WESTERN November 2017 CoNteNts Contents faba beans Introduction A.1 Crop overview ...........................................................................................................xiv A.1.1 The role of pulses in farming systems ............................................................... xiv A.1.2 About faba bean ...................................................................................................... xv Growing faba beans...

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GrowNote Faba Bean West 14 Environment

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TEMPERATURE | FROST | WATERLOGGING AND FLOODING | DROUGHT WESTERN NOVEMBER 2017 SECTION 14 ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES FABA BEAN 1 ENVIRONMENtAl ISSUES seCtIon 14 FABA BEANS WESTERN NOVEMBER 2017 Environmental issues Key messages • Frost damage is not always obvious and crops should be checked 5–7 days after a suspected frost. • Faba beans have a medium tolerance to frost due to their thick pod walls. • Faba beans are the pulse most tolerant to waterlogging. • Disease resistance is especially important in drought-prone areas. 14.1 temperature Temperature, daylight, day length...

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GrowNote Faba Bean West 2 Pre planting

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FABA BEAN TYPES | CHOOSING A VARIETY | FABA BEAN VARIETIES | SEED QUALITY | HANDLING BULK SEED | SEED TESTING WESTERN NOVEMBER 2017 SECTION 2 PRE-PLANTING FABA BEAN1 PRE-PlANtINg seCtIon 2 FABA BEANS NOVEMBER 2017 Pre-planting Key messages • Faba beans have large flat seeds, which are predominantly a beige or buff colour. • Colour, size, shape and texture are important attributes in the marketability of faba beans. • Faba beans prefer well-drained loam to clay soils with a pH in the range of 5.4–8.0. • When choosing varieties, consider their susceptibility to chocolate spot, Ascochyta and...

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GrowNote Lentil West 3 Pre planting

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LENTIL TYPES | SELECTION OF VARIETIES | RED LENTIL VARIETIES | GREEN LENTIL VARIETIES | SEED | PBR AND ROYALTIES WESTERN JUNE 2018 SECTION 3 PRE-PLANTING LENTIL1 pre-planting Section 3 LentiL June 2018 pre-planting • lentil varieties differ physiologically by seed size, seed coat colour, kernel (cotyledon), colour and time to maturity. • red lentil is split or de-hulled for human consumption. • Contamination of ‘off-type’ lentil varieties can lead to marketing concerns. • green lentil is predominantly used whole for cooking. • Seed coat colour can be influenced by...

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GrowNote Lentil West 4 Planting

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TIME OF SEEDING | SEEDING RATE / TARGET POPULATION | SEEDING DEPTH | ROW SPACING | DRY SEEDING | HERBICIDE RESIDUES | SAFE RATES OF FERTILISER SOWN WITH THE SEED | MACHINERY FOR SEEDING | INOCULATION | IRRIGATION WESTERN JUNE 2018 SECTION 4 PLANTING LENTIL 1 planting Section 4 LentiL GROWNOTES WESTERN June 2018 planting • Seeding date with lentil needs to consider the location (district) and the variety. • ideal seeding time is a compromise between early seeding (to increase yield) and delayed seeding (to reduce yield loss factors such as heat and frost...

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GrowNote Lentil West 9 Pest Management

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WESTERN JUNE 2018 SECTION 9 PEST MANAGEMENT LENTIL KEY POINTS | INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT (IPM) | IDENTIFYING PESTS | KEY PESTS OF LENTIL | OTHER PESTS OF LENTIL | OCCASIONAL PESTS OF LENTIL | EXOTIC LENTIL INSECTS – BIOSECURITY THREATS | BENEFICIAL SPECIES | COMMONLY USED REGISTERED INSECTICIDES1 pest management Section 9 LentiL June 2018 pest management Key points • the key pests of lentil in southern a ustralia are Helicoverpa punctigera (native budworm), etiella, snails, slugs, aphids, redlegged earth mite\ s and lucerne flea. • Integrated pest...

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9 In crop management Nutrition GRDC GrowNotes Vetch West

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KEY POINTS | NUTRITION WESTERN JUNE 2018 SECTION 9 NUTRITION VETCH1 in-crop management − nutrition Section 9 VETCH June 2018 in-crop management − nutrition Key points • in-crop nutrient requirements are generally minimal unless nodulation fails. • rhizobia nodules need to be pink to be effective. • use leaf tissue testing, especially for micronutrients if deficiency is suspected. - −   fi2 in-crop management − nutrition Section 9 VETCH June 2018 9 .1 nutrition In-crop applications of macronutrients are rarely required in vetch. The main reason for...

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GrowNote Chickpea South 11 Desiccation

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BENEFITS OF DESICCATION | CROP-TOP, DESICCATE, HARVEST OR MANURE? | TIMING OF DESICCATION | CROP-TOPPING SOUTHERN SEPTEMBER 2018 SECTION 11 CROP DESICCATION/ SPRAY OUT CHICKPEA1 CRoP DeSICCATIon/SPRAY oUT seCtIon 11 CHICKPEA JULY 2017 Crop desiccation/spray out Key messages • Chickpea often matures unevenly and require herbicides to ripen more evenly. • Desiccation assists production by: taking out late weeds such as thistles which can stain the seed, allowing for earlier harvesting which lessens the weather risk at harvest and browning out green stems which can gum up...

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GrowNote Faba South 10 Plant Growth Regulators

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KEY POINTS | CANOPY MANAGEMENT IN FABA BEAN AND BROAD BEAN | PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS SOUTHERN JUNE 2018 SECTION 10 PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS AND CANOPY MANAGEMENT FABA BEAN1 plant growth regulators and canopy management Section 10 faba bean June 2018 plant growth regulators and canopy management Key points • canopy management of faba bean crops aims at managing biomass. • management is based on variety choice and crop agronomy at sowing. • no plant growth regulators (pgr s) are registered for faba bean. r esearch is continuing but results do not support the use of pgr s in...

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GrowNote Faba South 0 Contents

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SOUTHERN JUNE 2018 CONTENTS FABA BEANv June 2018 Contents Contents faba bean 1 Introduction 1.1 Faba bean in Australia ........................................................................\ ........................ 1 1.2 Why grow faba bean? ........................................................................\ ........................ 2 1.2.1 Weeds ........................................................................\ ................................................... 2 1.2.2 Disease...

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GrowNote Faba South 4 Planting

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KEY POINTS | TIME OF SOWING | SOWING RATES AND PLANT DENSITY | ROW SPACING | INOCULATION | INOCULANT COMPATIBILITY WITH PESTICIDES | CHECK FOR NODULATION | SEED TREATMENTS | SOWING DEPTH | SOWING EQUIPMENT | ROLLING | DRY SOWING | IRRIGATION SOUTHERN JUNE 2018 SECTION 4 PLANTING FABA BEAN 1 planting Section 4 faba bean GROWNOTES SOUTHERN June 2018 planting Key points • ensure faba bean is sown within the recommended window. early sowing of faba bean within the sowing window is important in the medium and low- rainfall zones but responses are...

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GrowNote Faba South 3 Pre planting

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KEY POINTS | BEAN TYPES | VARIETY SELECTION | AREA OF ADAPTION | VARIETY PERFORMANCE AND YIELD | NVT APPS FOR COMPARING VARIETIES | QUALITY TRAITS | SOUTHERN FABA BEAN VARIETIES | SOUTHERN BROAD BEAN VARIETIES | FABA BEAN VARIETY SEED AVAILABILITY | SEED QUALITY | SEED TESTING SOUTHERN JUNE 2018 SECTION 3 PRE-PLANTING FABA BEAN1 pre-planting Section 3 faba bean June 2018 pre-planting Key points • Faba bean and broad bean are more suitable for soils prone to waterloggi\ ng than other pulse crops. • Broad bean is more suited to the high-rainfall zone as it...

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GrowNote Faba South 14 Environmental Issues

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KEY POINTS | ABIOTIC STRESS | IMPROVING THE FARM RESOURCE BASE | SOIL EROSION | WATER | NUTRIENTS | BIOLOGY SOUTHERN JUNE 2018 SECTION 14 ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES FABA BEAN1 environmental issues Section 14 faba bean June 2018 environmental issues Key points • important environmental issues include: soil erosion management, responsible pesticide stewardship and biosecurity. • other issues include water use, managing nutrient losses, rhizobium activity with changed atmosphere, and integrated management of pests, weeds and diseases.   2...

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Vicia faba in differrent languages.

Beans (Vicia)
Faba bona
Faba vulgaris
Broad bean
Windsor bean
Faba bean
Ackerbohne
Pferde bohne
Fève de Marais
Fava
Faveira
Horse bean
Vicia faba
Vicia faba
Jawasa
Popa
Fava
Vicia faba
Baqla
Ffeuen y gerddi
Ackerbohne
Vicia faba
Fabo
Vicia faba
Baba
Hingstbuan
Vicia faba
Bob (biljna vrsta)
Konjacy bob
Kara oncet
Fabo
Vicia faba
Baqil
Vicia faba
Bazzann-a
Pupa
Lauka pupa
Kacang parang
Platte peters
Tuinboon
Fava
Vicia faba
Chaqullu
Fava
Fae
Bob (biljka)
Mharagwe-pana
Bober
Bakla
Boqla
Vicia faba
Grosse feve
Fava
Fava
Pupa
Vicia faba
Vicia faba
Grean beans
Ackerbohne

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