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A range of species of Epiphyas fruit moths occurs in WA. The most abundant are light brown apple moth, E. postvittana and 'western fruit moth' E. pulla.
These are pre-emergent herbicides for the control of grasses and some broadleaf weeds in specific cereal crops.
Bean yellow mosaic virus (BYMV) is an aphid-borne virus that commonly causes necrotic symptoms that kills infected lupin plants before pod set (BYMV-early symptom).
Monitoring your crop allows timely intervention to manage constraints, assess crop growth, target maximum crop yield and optimise grain quality and profitability.
This category contains root pre-emergent Group C herbicides. Post-emergent use in cereals are simazine (silver grass control), and diuron+MCPA (broadleaf weed control).
There are many economic and financial implications that need to be considered when choosing a management option. These may include: