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Tag archive: ascochyta

Latest on Pulse diseases – 2019 GRDC Update papers

Chickpea ascochyta

Keep up with the latest research information on pulse diseases including Phytoplasma, Phytophthora root rot and Ascochyta blight. The following papers were presented at the GRDC Updates across Australia in February and March 2019 and August 2018. The papers are sorted by region. Click the paper titles to view the […]

The Northern Chickpea Ascochyta Diaries

Chickpea Ascochyta - kevin moore

These diaries are intended to update chickpea growers in New South Wales and Queensland with the current Ascochyta situation in 2017. They will be updated with observations throughout the season. 30 June 2017 – Should I spray for Ascochyta before forecast 3 July rainfall? Is a fungicide spray required before […]

Top tips for managing pulse diseases in 2017

SARDI Pulse Pathologist Jenny Davidson gives an outline of the main pulse disease issues to watch out for heading into the 2017 season while at the February 2017 GRDC Research Update in Adelaide. In particular, Jenny addresses botrytis and chocolate spot as well as ascochyta resistance breakdown in lentils in […]

Back to back a bad call for chickpea growers

Chickpea Ascochyta - kevin moore

High grain prices are tempting at the best of times, particularly when another rotation staple is at historical lows. This it the predicament some chickpea growers are facing in the GRDC Northern Region, with high chickpea prices and low cereal prices heading into the 2017 season tempting some growers to […]

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 […]

Updated advice for chickpea Ascochyta and Botrytis Grey Mould management

Recommended management for Ascochyta blight and Botrytis Grey Mould (BGM) in the Northern Region has been altered as a result of changes to predicted winter and spring rainfall. It is recommended that growers take a conservative approach to Ascochyta management and use an integrated disease management strategy of agronomy and […]

Latest on Pulse disease – 2016 GRDC Update papers

Keep up with the latest research information on Pulse diseases including ascochyta, phytophthora, root lesion nematode and viruses. The following papers were presented at the GRDC Updates across Australia in February and March 2015. There were no papers presented in the Western region. Southern region papers Northern region papers Click […]

Pulse diseases in 2015 – Implications for ascochyta management

February 2016 – Dr Rohan Kimber, Plant Pathologist with the South Australian Research and Development Institute discusses the changes to ascochyta in pulses in 2015 in the southern region, and the implications for management in the 2016 season.   To report ascochyta on resistant pulse varieties please contact your local state […]

Ascochyta found in previously resistant chickpeas

9 Sept 2015. There are several confirmed reports of Ascochyta blight (AB), caused by the pathogenic fungus Phoma rabiei (previously referred to as Ascochyta rabiei) in commercial crops of the previously resistant chickpeas in the Victorian Mallee. *It has since been found on the Yorke Peninsula, SA in Genesis 090 […]

Latest on Pulses – 2015 GRDC Update papers

Keep up with the latest research information on Pulse diseases including ascochyta, phytophthora, root lesion nematode and viruses. The following update papers were presented at the GRDC Updates across Australia in February and March 2015. There were no papers presented in the Western region. Southern region papers Northern region papers […]

Ascochyta blight – chickpea isolate survey

Dr Rebecca Ford

Dr Rebecca Ford from The University of Melbourne, discusses the survey of isolate pathogenicity in Ascochyta blight in chickpea. She describes the recent discovery of isolates that are more pathogenic on varieties such as HatTrick and Genesis 090, and how these isolates will contribute to developing Ascochyta resistance within the […]

Ascochyta infected chickpea area widens in the north

Ascochyta waterlogging

The area of chickpea affected by Ascochyta Blight, (caused by the fungus Phoma rabiei, formerly Ascochyta rabiei) has increased considerably since the last update on 14 August 2014. Ascochyta blight has been found north in the Darling Downs of Southern Queensland and south at Forbes in central NSW. To the […]