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"Utilising Crop Residues to Control Weeds" Jones, E. et al. 1998
... crop residues to control weeds. In: Bishop, A., Boersma, M. and Barnes, C.D. (ed.) 1999. Proceedings of the 12th Australian Weeds Conference. Tasmanian Weeds Society, Devonport. pp. 373-376 UTILISING CROP RESIDUES ... tillage and a widening range of crop rotation options in Australia has highlighted the potential influence of allelopathy in cropping systems. Crop residues are known to have a chemical ( ...
www.une.edu.au

Plant Pathology: Disease Management: Cultural Management Practices
... materials, destruction of crop residues, elimination of living plants that carry pathogens, and crop rotation. The selection ... the type of crop, the type of pathogen and the size of the crop. Burying crop residues can destroy some ... crop residues are used for mulch they can provide a food source and attractive environment for pathogens and increase the incidence of a disease. Mulch or crop residues ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... and Shade Trees, (FS 103) downloading and ordering information given. Buckwheat is good summer cover crop for home gardens Buckwheat is a fast-growing, warm-season, succulent, broad-leafed annual plant ... gardeners. Not only are fruits and vegetables plentiful - so are the leftovers of the season. Crop residues such as leaves, nutshells, mint hay and fruit pomace can be used as mulch, to ...
extension.oregonstate.edu

Crop Diseases in Wheat 1 (Purdue University)
... cool temperatures. Inoculum Survival: Infected crop residues. Inoculum Dispersal: Airborne spores. Management: Crop rotations, resistant cultivars, destruction of residues, proper fertilization, foliar fungicides. ... favored by prolonged wet periods. Inoculum Survival: Infected crop residues. Inoculum Dispersal: Airborne spores. Management: Crop rotation, tolerant or resistant cultivars, destruction ...
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Crop Diseases in Wheat 2 (Purdue University)
... : Infected crop residues, seed, voluteer wheat, some grassy weed hosts. Inoculum Dispersal: Seedborne spores. Management: Pathogen-free seed, fungicide seed treatment, resistant cultivars, crop rotatation, ... Survival: Infected residues, seed, and soil. Inoculum Dispersal: Airborne spores. Management: Crop rotation, seed treatments for seedling blight phase, burying infected residues by plowing. ...
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Myzus persicae
... during hot, dry weather. Cultural Control This aphid develops on crop and non-crop hosts. Thus it is important to remove crop residues and weed hosts prior to planting new crops. Biological Control There ... . University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu. 464 pages. OCT/1991. M-PERSIC RELATED LINKS Back To: Crop Master Menu Knowledge Master Home Pest Search
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Liriomyza sativae
... leaf weeds. These plants can serve as reservoirs for pest. Removal or destruction of all crop residues is an important control tactic that is overlooked. Host ResistancE Some plant varieties appear to ... abamectin (Avid) are effective against this leafminer pest. Both of the insecticide products have limited crop registrations and must not be used on unregistered crops. The pest is highly resistant to ...
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Publication: Choosing the Right Tillage System for Row Crop Production
... the soil carrying capacity in water erosion, are affected by crop residue on the soil surface. When water flow is obstructed by crop residues, soil particles are deposited. Good groundcover and reduced erosion ... reduced tillage. Corn ear disease and stalk rot pathogens of corn and sorghum survive in crop residues, but stalk rot of grain sorghum was found to be much less with reduced tillage ...
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Publication: Ecofarming: Spring Row Crop Planing and Weed Control in Winter Wheat Stubble
... crop residues throughout a crop rotation with minimum use of tillage so as to reduce soil erosion and production costs while increasing weed control, water infiltration, moisture conservation and crop yield ... handle crop residues, including wheat stubble. The most effective have been the spider wheel residue movers. These attachments move the stubble before the disk seed-furrow openers. Crop seed ...
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Making the Transition from Conventional to Organic Farming Using Conservation Tillage in Florida
... to kill the cover crop or choosing a cover crop that will mature prior to planting the cash crop. Croplands can be ... Courtesy G. Hoyt) Figure 3. Corn in residue from the previous crop. Residues prevent soil erosion and preserve soil moisture. Small-grain ... from those who have done it successfully before planting the crop. References Agriculture, Food and Rural Development. 2003. Soil organic matter. ...
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