CAIGE meeting

Presentations  GRDC Update – Pip Wilson Summary of last 12 months – Julie Nicol/Richard Trethowan/Sandra Micallef Database updates & Migration to BMS – Sandra Micallef & Robin Wilson Analysis from CAIGE Yield Trials 2018 – Ky Mathews  CAIGE Barley Yield

GRDC Project DAW00248 (2015 – 2020)

Improving resistance to stagonospora nodorum blotch (SNB) in wheat – DAW00248 (2015 – 2020) This project, funded by Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), will deploy existing and new sources of resistance in Australian wheat varieties and validate effectiveness of

Imported List

Imported List

Imported Bread wheatBelow you can find the lists of wheat lines imported from CIMMYT and ICARDA each year.For a more detailed description of the imports, click on the page by year from the menu below

Donor data for Durums

Donor data for Durum imports Below you can find data for imported barley material, collected by ICARDA and CIMMYT (as indicated in files). Back to durum main database

GRDC media communication on RWA detection

Russian Wheat Aphid Australia June 2016 There has been detection of Russian Wheat Aphid (RWA) in South Australia and Victoria. The incursion was initially managed by PIRSA Biosecurity South Australia under the Exotic Plant Pest Response Deed (EPPRD). The EPPRD is

Yellow spot and Stagonospora nodorum

Reports SNB assessment of CAIGE lines Yellow spot assessment of CAIGE lines – final report YS & SNB screening for Bread Wheat lines YS & SNB screening for Soil Borne Pathogen nurseries

Stem, Stripe and Leaf Rust Screening

The wheat rusts are caused by three species of the fungal genus Puccinia: stripe rust by Puccinia striiformis f.sp. tritici; leaf rust by Puccinia triticina; and stem rust by Puccinia graminis f.sp. tritici. Generally, these pathogens are confined to wheat

Crown rot testing

Crown rot testing

Crown Rot TestingCrown rot is the single biggest limitation to wheat and barley production in the northern grains region after the cereal rusts and is also an important disease in southern Australia.Whilst crop rotation can reduce the incidence of crown