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GrowNote Barley South 10 Plant Growth


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CANOPY MANAGEMENT | USE OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS
SOUTHERN
SEPTEMBER 2018
SECTION 10
PLANT GROWTH
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CANOPY MANAGEMENT
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SECTION 10 BArley - Plant growth regulators and canopy management
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Feedback Table of Contents
SECTION 10
Plant growth regulators and
canopy management
10.1 Canopy management
Canopy management is the manipulation of the green surface area...

grdc.com.au

GrowNote Barley North 10 Growth Regulators


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CANOPY MANAGEMENT | KEY STAGES FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND CANOPY
MANAGEMENT | USE OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS
NORTHERN
SEPTEMBER 2018
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SECTION 10
Plant growth regulators and
canopy management
10.1 Canopy management
In the...

grdc.com.au

strauzia longipennis factsheet v6


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Sunflower maggot
Strauzia longipennis
Background
Strauzia longipennis (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Tephritidae), commonly known as the
sunflower maggot, is native to North America, and is a pest of Helianthus annuus
(sunflower). In 2010, two females of the species were recorded on a young sunflower in
Treptow -köpenick , a borough of Berlin, Germany. This was the first record of the species
in Europe and was followed by three more records...

planthealthportal.defra.gov.uk

boxTreeCaterpillar2011


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Figure 1. Late instar Cydalima perspectalislarva on a box plant leaf. It
grows to a maximum length of 4 cm.
© Picture by W. Schön from www.schmetterling-raupe.de
Box tree caterpillar
Cydalima perspectalis
Background
The box tree caterpillar, Cydalima perspectalis(Walker, 1859) (Lepidoptera,
Crambidae), has been found in England. This Plant Pest Factsheet provides
information about identification and control.
Cydalima perspectalishas been placed...

planthealthportal.defra.gov.uk

brownrot


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Brown Rot of Potato
Why the concern?
This is a quarantine disease of potato that is listed in the EC Plant Health Directive and is notifiable
in the UK. Yield losses are mostly caused by tuber rotting and, in many warmer areas of the world,
it is one of the main limiting factors in potato production. The effect on our seed-potato industry
could be substantial, especially for exports, if the disease became established in the UK. Once
established...

planthealthportal.defra.gov.uk

cotton organic cultivation guide by naturland


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II Special section: Organic Cotton Cultivation Naturland e.V. – 2 nd edition 2004 Organic Farming in the Tropics and Subtropics Exemplary Description of 20 Crops Cotton © Naturland e.V. – 2 nd edition 2004II Special section: Organic Cotton Cultivation Naturland e.V. – 2 nd edition 2004 Acknowledgements The author (Saro G. Ratter) of this Update would li ke to thank the following persons who contributed information or comments. Mr. Louis Kapanda...

infonet-biovision.org

Post Harvest Compendium Groundnut


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GROUNDNUT
Post-harvest Operations
- Post-harvest CompendiumGROUNDNUT: Post -harvest Operations
Organization: National Research Centre for Groundnut (ICAR ) ( www.icar.org.in )
Authors: P.C. Nautiyal, Ph.D. (nautiyal@nrcg.guj.nic.in or pnaut@ad1.vs nl.nic.in )
Edited by AGSI/FAO: Danilo Mejia, PhD (Technical), Beverly Lewis (Language & Style),
Last reviewed: 07/06/2002
Contents
Preface...

fao.org

QIC52


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Photographs by E. Seem?ller, Institut f?r Pflanzenschutz im Obstbau, Germany (top centre); L. Giunchedi, Universit? degli studi di Bologna (bottom right); and A. Loschi, Universit? degli studi di Udine
Rosette of leaves produced from terminal bud in autumn. ?Witches? brooms? in winter. Abnormal flower with long stalk and irregularly shaped
petals, some partly leaf-like.
Proliferating secondary shoots in summer: ?witches? broom?. Leaf with...

webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk

7fc52 aproceros leucopoda pra en


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Institut für nationale und internationale Angelegenheiten der Pflanzengesundheit
Express-PRA for Aproceros leucopoda 14 August, 2013 page 1
Express – PRA 1) for Aproceros leucopoda
Prepared by: Julius Kühn-Institut, Institute for Plant Health, 14 August, 2013
Dr. Gritta Schrader, Dr. Thomas Schröder; translated by Elke Vogt -Arndt
Initiation : Notification on occurrence in Germany, Bavaria on 2 8 November 2011 and in
Brandenburg...

pflanzengesundheit.julius-kuehn.de

030822


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SUMMARY
In spring 2008, in a nursery located in the Como
province (Lombardy, northern Italy) leaf blight symp-
toms were observed on potted box plants (Buxus sem-
pervirens ?Suffruticosa?) followed by a sudden and se-
vere defoliation. Diseased plants, had been imported
from a Belgian nursery. These symptoms were sugges-
tive of box blight, a new disease of the genus Buxus.
The causal agent was isolated and identified through
morphological,...

sipav.org

Exotic Pest Alert Rotbrenner


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Exotic Pest Alert: Rotbrenner
January 2013 Primefact 1272 first edition
Plant Biosecurity Orange
Pseudopezicula tracheiphila is an exotic plant
pest causing rotbrenner
This disease is a serious threat to Australia’s
viticulture industry
If found it must be reported promptly to the
Exotic Plant Pest Hotline 1800 084 881
Rotbrenner
This is a fungal disease caused by
Pseudopezicula tracheiphila .
Rotbrenner is also called roter brenner and...

dpi.nsw.gov.au

fs phasiangm


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The Asian gypsy moth (AGM, including
Lymantria dispar asiatica, Lymantria
dispar japonica, Lymantria albescens,
Lymantria umbrosa, and Lymantria
postalba) is an exotic pest not known
to occur in the United States. Although
in many ways similar to the European
gypsy moth, AGM larvae feed on a much
broader range of plant species, covering
over 100 botanical families. This broad
range of possible host plants, combined
with the female’s ability to...

aphis.usda.gov

field guide string beans


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Field Guide to
Non - chemical
Pest Management
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Pesticide Action Network (PAN) GermanyField Guide to
Non - chemical
Pest Management
in Stri n g bean
Production...

oisat.org

field guide peanut


field guide eggplant


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Pesticide Action Network (PAN) GermanyNon-chemical Pest Management on EggplantField Guide to
Non-chemical
Pest Management in Eggplant Production
for Small Scale Farming in
the Tropics and Sub-tropics...

oisat.org

Biosafety Protocol Private Sector Submission Article 18 2b and c


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30 November 2007
Implementation of the Documentation Requirements
of Paragraphs 2(b) and 2(c) of the Cartagena Protocol:
Experiences of the Global Industry Coalition
Further to the request by the Parties to Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety ( Protocol ),
other Governments and relevant international organizations to submit to the Executive
Secretary further information on experience gained with the use of a commercial invoice
or other...

croplife.org

Grapevine Case Study Guide Number 1


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From Science to Field
Grapevine Case Study – Guide Number 1
Reducing Herbicide Use With
Cover Cropping And Tillage
Dissemination and bottlenecks in different
European grapevine-growing regions
Christian Gary and Marc Fermaud, INRA, France
Food Quality and Safety
6TH FRAMEWORK
PROGRAMME
© Yvan Bouisson, INRA, FranceFrom Science to Field
Grapevine Case Study – Guide Number 1
Reducing herbicide use with cover cropping
and tillage
In...

endure-network.eu

Grapevine Case Study Guide Number 2


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From Science to Field
Grapevine Case Study – Guide Number 2
Decision Support Systems
Bottlenecks and conditions for adoption in
different European grapevine-growing regions
Pierre-Henri Dubuis, Agroscope ACW, Switzerland and Ferenc Viranyi, SZIE, Hungary
Food Quality and Safety
6TH FRAMEWORK
PROGRAMME
Photo left: Olivier Viret, Agroscope ACW, Switzerland. Images above: Agrometeo, Switzerland.From Science to Field
Grapevine Case Study – Guide...

endure-network.eu

Grapevine Case Study Guide Number 3


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From Science to Field
Grapevine Case Study – Guide Number 3
Mating Disruption For The
Control Of Grape Berry Moths
Bottlenecks and conditions for adoption in
different European grapevine-growing regions
Christoph Hoffmann, JKI, Germany; Denis Thiéry, INRA, France
Food Quality and Safety
6TH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME
Clockwise from top left: Female Lobesia botrana moth; Female Eupoecilia ambiguella
moth; RAK dispenser; Isonet dispenser; Healthy...

endure-network.eu

Grapevine Case Study Guide Number 4


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From Science to Field
Grapevine Case Study – Guide Number 4
The Use Of Microbial
Biocontrol Agents
Bottlenecks and conditions for adoption in
different European grapevine-growing regions
Bernard Blum, International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association; Laura Mugnai, CNR-UNIFI, Italy
Clockwise from top left: Ampelomyces quisqualis colonizing a powdery mildew hypha; powdery mil-
dew on berries; Shin-Etsu Isonet L dispenser; Lobesia botrana...

endure-network.eu

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