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Tag archive: chocolate spot

Pulse researchers in the Southern Region seek samples

Ascochyta blight on chickpea

Pulse crop disease researchers are seeking your help in collecting current pulse disease samples from across the Southern region. New disease sampling kits have been developed making the collection of plant samples easier. The disease samples from your area will help to ensure researchers are using current samples that are […]

Chocolate Spot in Vetch – Northern Victorian Mallee

Figure 2. Botrytis spp. causing Chocolate spot in vetch.

Chocolate spot has been found in some early sown vetch crops in the Northern Victorian Mallee. This disease develops in warm and humid canopies. Given suitable conditions this can be a damaging disease that may warrant control with fungicides, although growers should consider the economics of applying fungicides to vetch. […]

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 […]

Chocolate Spot in faba beans

Chocolate spot is one of the most severe disease of faba bean in Victoria, SA and NSW, and occurs in all areas where the crop is grown.  In light of recent persistent rains across the southern region, frequent rainfall events in combination with wet soils will contribute to humidity beneath […]