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22/11/2012 Southern Regions 5 pdf Season Progress, Petiole analysis, NutriLogic
11/04/2012 Southern Regions 10 pdf Pale Cotton Stainer Bug (CSB) Preliminary Trial;Mirid predation by Lynx Spidersm
23/02/2012 Namoi 02 pdf Managing Silverleaf Whitefly (SLW) – Wet conditions,late crops and displaced populations
15/02/2012 Namoi 01 pdf Broad Mites ; Ecology, damage and control
08/12/2011 Central Queensland 06 pdf Apple dimpling bugs; What is Pix (mepiquat chloride)? Northern Pix experience – Think Like a Plant
14/11/2011 Central Queensland 05 pdf In season nutrition monitoring
26/10/2011 Central Queensland 04 pdf Day Degree update.Aphid management
13/10/2011 Central Queensland 03 pdf Day Degree update; Cold shocks; Replant considerations; Disease survey coming up
27/09/2011 Central Queensland 02 pdf CLEAN UP LAST YEAR’S COTTON PLANTS; WATER USE EFFICIENCY INDICES; A SNIPPET TO DAZZLE AT THE NEXT PARTY: CottonMaps
14/09/2011 Macquarie 01 pdf 2011 Extension Packages; Planting considerations
12/09/2011 Central Queensland 01 pdf 2011/12 Extension Package; Planting Considerations
04/02/2011 Macquarie 06 pdf APHID MANAGEMENT,COTTON BUNCHY TOP (CBT) -
04/02/2011 Macquarie 06 pdf Aphid management – in particular looking at chemical options as there is industry concern over the high levels of neonicitinoid resistance in aphids (eg. Shield). Latest day degree graph.tracking about 7-10 days behind the long term average and around 3 weeks behind last season.
01/02/2011 Darling Downs 08 pdf Notes from Cotton CRC/DEEDI shed meetings on waterlogging and flood effects
23/12/2010 Macquarie 04 pdf Cotton response to Flood; Waterlogging; Nutrition; Irrigation; Vegetative Growth Management
23/12/2010 Central Queensland 08 pdf Impact of flooding on Nutrition – Q&A with David Lester, DEEDI: Can mechanical tipping out help flood effected cotton? By Paul Grundy & Steve Yeates
08/12/2010 Southern Regions 02 pdf Day degree Accumulation: Rainy Day Impplications:Wet day activities; IPM Field walk
08/12/2010 Central Queensland 07 pdf Day degrees summary; Cotton response to flooding; Farm Financial Counsellors; Pump evaluations
02/12/2010 Central Queensland 06 pdf Day degrees summary; Impacts of cloudy weather & water logging, in particular nutrition, irrigation management & PIX management.;Pump workshop details
16/11/2010 Macquarie 03 pdf Cotton Bunchytop
08/11/2010 Central Queensland 05 pdf Aphids and risk of Cotton bunchy top.
05/11/2010 Macquarie 02 pdf Plague Locusts in cotton; CottonMap
01/11/2010 Southern Regions 01 pdf Pest Pressure Considerations 2010/11
06/10/2010 Central Queensland 04 pdf Article on Nutrient Uptake;Considerations for wet spring
20/09/2010 Macquarie 01 pdf Pest Pressure considerations 2010-11

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