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Tag archive: SFNB

It’s not always disease. Physiological damage to cereals.

  Cold weather can cause a physiological response in crops leading cereal leaves to turn yellow and barley to develop brown spots. These can be easily confused with disease symptoms and there can be a temptation to respond with a fungicide. It is important to confirm the presence of disease […]

Getting the timing right for net blotch fungicides

By Mark McLean, DEDJTR Victoria. Spot form of net blotch (SFNB) can reduce grain yield and quality if it becomes severe. Check crops early in the growing season and be prepared to apply a foliar fungicide if necessary. Application of foliar fungicide is an important management tool that can provide […]

Latest on Cereal disease – 2015 GRDC Update papers

Keep up with the latest research information on Cereal diseases including Septoria tritici blotch of wheat, spot and net blotch of barley, rhizoctonia root rot, crown rot and the cereal rusts. The following update papers were presented at the GRDC Updates across Australia in February and March 2015. Southern region […]

Don’t rely on fungicides for net blotch and septoria

Nick Poole, Foundation for Arable Research (FAR) Australia talks about fungicide resistance at the GRDC updates in Adelaide, February 2015. He warns not to rely on fungicides to control Net Form of Net Blotch (NFNB) and Septoria tritici Blotch (STB). Use an Integrated Disease Management (IDM) package to prevent pathogen […]