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Integrated disease management options to control rhizoctonia bare-patch in cereals. In Northern Agricultural Region: Trial and demo reports 2013

Hüberli, D. (2013) Integrated disease management options to control rhizoctonia bare-patch in cereals. In Northern Agricultural Region: Trial and demo reports 2013. Western Australian Agriculture Authority, Perth, Western Australia, pp 28-32.

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Abstract

When sowing to wheat or another cereal in a paddock with a previous history of Rhizoctonia bare-patch, using cultivation below the seed (~10 cm) and a registered fungicide can reduce disease impact.

A break crop of canola or a chemical fallow may be useful for reducing Rhizoctonia inoculum in the soil prior to sowing a cereal crop.

In the near future, new in-furrow fungicide options, that improve the control of Rhizoctonia disease in barley and wheat, may become available to WA farmers.

Publication Type: Report
Publisher: Western Australian Agriculture Authority
Copyright: © Western Australian Agriculture Authority 2013
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/14593
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