Author: Grant Hollaway6 results found:
Author: Dr Manisha Shankar, Dorthe Jorgensen, Professor Diane Mather, Dr Grant Hollaway, Professor Stephen Neate and Lisle Snyman, 16 Feb 2021
Genetic resistance is one of the key tools to manage yellow spot in wheat. Research has now identified multiple new resistance genes for progression into Australian breeding programs, and has better quantified potential yield losses.
Author: Dr Art Diggle, Dr Grant Hollaway, Fumie Horiuchi and Jean Galloway, 11 Feb 2021
Easy-to-use apps designed to help growers make informed disease-management decisions are now available for use on tablet devices. The latest app supports the management of stripe rust in wheat.
Author: Dr Grant Hollaway, Jon Baker and Dr Joshua Fanning, 05 Feb 2021
Management of root lesion nematodes relies on being able to identify nematodes and use resistant break crops to reduce the number of nematodes in the soil. New resistance ratings for pulse crops will help growers select the most-effective break crops.
Author: Dr Steven Simpfendorfer, Clayton Forknall, Dr Daniel Hüberli, Dr Grant Hollaway and Dr Phil Davies, 04 Feb 2021
Fusarium crown rot can be devastating in seasons with dry conditions during grain filling. Selecting a variety with good tolerance can limit yield loss. New research is targeting varieties that yield well regardless of Fusarium crown rot expression.
Author: Professor Robert Park, Professor Harbans Bariana, Dr Grant Hollaway, Dr Will Cuddy, Dr Andrew Milgate, 15 Jun 2020
Watch out for Pathotype 198 - a Stripe rust that may threaten some wheat crops in 2020.
Author: Grant Hollaway, 05 Aug 2019
Disease-resistant varieties are part of the toolkit available to help manage crop losses.