The designs for the CAIGE Barley Yield Trials for 2019 have now been published. All collaborators have received the designs and layout information. You can download the files from the Barley Yield Trials page
We have compiled all the data for the following sets of bread wheat material: 2016 shipment (in yield trials of 2017, disease tested in 2018) 2017 shipment (in yield trials of 2018, disease tested in 2018) The files contain data
The next Annual CAIGE meeting will be held on the 18th March 2019, in the afternoon. More details will be published soon.
Yield and Disease screening data of bread and durum wheat lines, from 2018 testing can now be accessed from the following links. Bread Wheat Yield data for 2017 shipment, including Analyses of yield data and report from NIASRA Bread Wheat
Yield and disease screening data of barley lines, from 2018 testing can now be accessed from the following links. Yield data (from sites at Roseworthy, Pinaroo, Merredin, Gatton, Narrabri, Toodyay, Corrigin and Kalkee) Disease data (Net Form Net Blotch, Spot
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Yield and Quality data collected for CAIGE barley lines between 2014 and 2017, have been compiled in one file and can be downloaded here. Download BARLEY CAIGE yield and quality data compilation (2014 – 2017)
Laura Ziems from The University of Queensland, has compiled all the disease screening data collected for the CAIGE barley lines, from 2013 to 2017. An important aspect of this data compilation is the standardisation of the various trait measurements, to
In April 2018, CAIGE coordinator Dr Julie Nicol, presented a poster at the BGRI (Borlaug Global Rust Initiative) workshop in Morocco.
Dear CAIGE colleagues, Welcome to the June edition of the CAIGE newsletter and 2018 Australian Field Season which has proved to be a little challenging with dry starts in the east and west. Since our last newsletter in March we