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Avoiding lodging in winter wheat - practical guidelines

Avoiding lodging in winter wheat - practical guidelines

Avoiding lodging in winter wheat – practical guidelines February 2005. Background Costs of lodging On average,every three or four years widespread lodging occurs on up to 20% of the UK winter wheat area.Lodging has serious economic effects;yield is reduced and quality impaired,while combining and drying costs increase. Economic loss is greatest when crops lodge early. Up to 75% of yield can ...

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Avoiding lodging in winter wheat - practical guidelines

Avoiding lodging in winter wheat - practical guidelines

Avoiding lodging in winter wheat – practical guidelines February 2005. Factors affecting lodging Environmental factors Predicting lodging Crop condition in spring can indicate future lodging risk. n Root lodgingrisk increases when plant population exceeds 200 plants/m2. n Stem lodgingrisk increases when the canopy at GS31 is large (green area index of 2 or more, or ground cover of >60%) as ...

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Avoiding lodging in irrigated spring wheat. I. Stem and ...

Avoiding lodging in irrigated spring wheat. I. Stem and ...

Lodging-proof and ideotype Stem after strength Anchorage strength Root plate spread Grain yield Stem biomass a b s t r a c t A model of the lodging process has been successfully adapted for use on spring wheat grown in North-

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Ideotype design for lodging-resistant wheat

Ideotype design for lodging-resistant wheat

Ideotype design for lodging-resistant wheat P. M. Berry Æ R. Sylvester-Bradley Æ S. Berry Received: 28 April 2006/Accepted: 30 September 2006/Published online: 25 October 2006

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Cereals - Best Practice For Pesticide Residue Minimisation

Cereals - Best Practice For Pesticide Residue Minimisation

4 Review relevant manufacturer and HGCA literature – “Avoiding lodging in winter wheat – practical guidelines”. February 2005 ACC card.indd 1 21/1/09 16:19:25. 3. Mepiquat “timing is more important than rate to help residue minimisation” 4 ...

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New Winter Wheat Varieties: Gene--A Soft, White, Winter Wheat

New Winter Wheat Varieties: Gene--A Soft, White, Winter Wheat

Gene—A Soft, White, Winter Wheat New Winter Wheat Varieties EM 8509 June 1992 Gene is a common, soft, white, winter wheat released by Oregon State University in 1991. It is an awnless, early maturing, short-statured, Septoria tritici-resistant, semidwarf variety. It has had yields superior to those of Stephens and other common varieties when grown in western Oregon and some areas of eastern ...

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Vinter Wheat Improvement in Washington to 1982 1/ O. A ...

Vinter Wheat Improvement in Washington to 1982 1/ O. A ...

tering and lodging (Schafer and Gaines, 1915). Hybrid 128 became the most widely grown, principally because of its over-all superiority over the other five cultivars. The first lax or common type head hybrid selection from Washington State was Triplet, an awnless soft red winter type released in 1918. It was widely adopted but the hairs from its pubescent chaff caused severe soreness of the ...

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Release of Thunder Two-row Winter Barley

Release of Thunder Two-row Winter Barley

varieties, usually an advantage for avoiding lodging. In these data, however, Wintmalt had the lowest percentage of lodging. Brackling (a measure of straw breakage at harvest) is highest for Thunder and Endeavor. Brackling can result from uncontrolled fungal diseases and by harvest beyond the optimum date. Brackling is measured only by programs west of the Cascades, a region where - as is ...

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Lodging control through variety choice and management

Lodging control through variety choice and management

lodging risk is best reduced by avoiding early drilling, high residual N sites and delaying spring fertilizer, whereas root lodging is best avoided by reducing the number of plants established and ...

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Impact case study (REF3b) Institution: University of ...

Impact case study (REF3b) Institution: University of ...

Impact case study (REF3b) Page 2 characteristics that determine the risk of lodging. These were classified as leverage traits: centre of gravity, natural frequency, number of shoots per plant; stem strength traits: stem diameter, stem wall width, breaking strength; and anchorage traits: root plate spread and root plate depth [1].This model was then calibrated against measurements from field ...

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HGCA Recommended Lists 2011/12 for cereals and oilseeds

HGCA Recommended Lists 2011/12 for cereals and oilseeds

lodging may be less risky if sown towards the end of the sowing period. For more information, see Avoiding lodging in winter wheat – practical guidelines. In t he growing season – Plan likely input programmes using disease resistance and lodging resistance ratings but be prepared to modify these during the season. – Give priority to spraying the more susceptible varieties as these are ...

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