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Mungbean bacterial & fungal diseases

Powdery mildew on potted mungbean

Lisa Kelly from the Department of Agriculture & Fisheries in Toowoomba explains about bacterial and fungal diseases in mungbeans and their treatment options.  Powdery mildew Powdery mildew in mungbean is caused by the fungal species Podosphaera xanthii and is widespread in Australia. A second powdery mildew, preliminary identified as Erysiphe […]

Mungbean powdery mildew management with fungicide

Powdery mildew of mungbean, white fungal growth, on upper leaves of maturing mungbean plant

Caused by the fungus Podosphaera xanthii, powdery mildew of mungbean  is responsible for yield losses of up to 40% in  susceptible varieties within Australia. Plants are susceptible to the disease from the seedling stage onwards, with the first sign of infection being small, white circular patches on the lower leaves […]

Charcoal Rot in Lupins

Charcoal rot was confirmed in a number Western Australian lupin crops in 2014 (DAFWA Pest Fax newsletter, No. 20); a likely consequence of the hot and dry conditions experienced during August. Normally charcoal rot does not reduce lupin crop yields as symptoms only appear after pod set. However, unseasonable heat in […]

Low levels of disease persist during the drier summer season in parts of the northern region

Figure 11. Sunflower crop, Allora (Photo D.L. Adorada)

Summer crop paddocks across northern New South Wales, southern Queensland and central Queensland, were surveyed to monitor fungal and bacterial diseases present in the 2018-2019 summer cropping season. In comparison to the 2017-2018 season, it was drier (Figure 1), making it unfavourable for most grain crop diseases to develop. Observations […]

Re-visiting management options for charcoal rot in sorghum

As the 2018/19 summer cropping season draws to a close, sorghum growers are once again confronted with an unfortunate all too familiar problem with charcoal rot and lodging in their paddocks (Figures 1, 2 and 3). This summer season was a text-book case where conditions were ideal for the disease […]

Summer paddock survey finds fungal and bacterial diseases decreased but not eliminated

Figure 3 Halo blight disease signs on mungbean (Photo A.H. Sparks).

Summer crop paddocks across northern New South Wales, southern Queensland and central Queensland, were surveyed to monitor the fungal and bacterial diseases present in the 2017-2018 summer cropping season. The season was unusually hot and dry, which in most cases, led to reduced fungal and bacterial diseases, but did not […]

Latest on crop disease – 2017 GRDC mid-year update papers

Keep up with the latest research information on crop diseases including blackleg, sclerotinia, wheat rusts and septoria.  The following papers were presented at the GRDC Updates across Australia in July and August 2017. Click the paper titles to view the full papers. Southern Update Papers Northern Update papers Wheat and […]

Latest on crop disease: 2016 Mid-year GRDC Update Papers

GRDC mid-year updates 2016

Keep up with the latest research information on crop diseases. The following papers and key messages were presented at the GRDC Mid-Year Updates across Australia in 2016. Northern Region Papers Southern Region Papers   Management of the major mungbean diseases in Australia Presented at Towoomba, Chinchilla and Mullaley by Lisa […]

Root-lesion nematode survey of Central Queensland

Key Messages What is the problem? What did we find? How does Central Queensland compare to other regions? What does it mean for me? Further information Key Messages Root-lesion nematodes were found in 28% of the Central Queensland paddocks sampled. Sowing resistant and tolerant crops like sorghum, maize and cotton […]