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A widespread fungal root disease that attacks seedlings but which rarely causes large yield losses.
A fungal disease affecting seed heads, which can cause yield losses and delivery dockages.
A rare fungal disease occurring mainly in high rainfall areas that can significantly reduce grain yield and quality and which produces toxins affecting marketability.
A fungal disease that produces toxic fruiting bodies in cereal heads and for which there are strict receival standards in place.
A fungal root disease that is not common in Western Australia (WA) but can build up to damaging levels in continuous wheat crops.
A fungal disease affecting wheat seed. Although rare, common bunt is the most serious of the smut diseases due to the zero tolerance for bunt at grain receival points.
A review of soil acidity research over two decades has delivered the most comprehensive picture yet of long-term production benefits from liming in Western Australia.
Canola growers will be budgeting to defend their crops against sclerotinia stem rot this year after experiencing the worst season on record for the fungal disease.
Iron deficiency is rare but can be a problem in high-rainfall areas on peaty or calcareous soils, or after heavy lime application on most soils.
Many sandplain soils in WA were molybdenum deficient in their natural state.