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Utilising a predictive model for the monitoring and management of canegrubs in the Mackay region by the Mount Kinchant Growers Group : SRDC Grower Group innovation project
Of the nineteen canegrub species in Australia, greyback canegrub which occurs from Plane Creek northwards is the most important. Growers rely heavily on insecticides for greyback canegrub management, and effective ...
Report by the consultant phytopathologist on the mission to investigate the Fiji disease situation in Madagascar
Presents findings, conclusion and recommendations of the mission to investigate the Fiji disease situation in Madagascar.
Pest risk analysis of sugarcane for the Northern Australia Quarantine Strategy - Quarantine insects
The purpose of this pest risk analysis (PRA) is, firstly to identify quarantine pests and pathogens which pose a threat to sugarcane, which may enter Australia through its northern borders into the area covered by AQIS ...
Managing the plant protection aspects of the canelands rural/urban interface
Australia is a highly urbanised country with an ever-increasing urban population. As the cities expand, they continue to encroach upon areas of rural land use. The result is a constantly moving interface between urban and ...
Preparedness for borer incursion : SRDC final report BSS249
Moth borers are the most devastating pests of graminaceous plants, including sugarcane, in the world. Australia is so far free of all the major borer species, but several species occur in countries close to Australia, ...
SRDC Grower Group Innovation Project final report Herbert cane growers strategic grub management implementing BSES decision making tools
This project was a continuation of previous SRDC/BSES grub monitoring projects in Mulgrave and Mackay, and aimed to value add the previous findings of the very high importance of thorough grub monitoring Grower involvement ...
Mulgrave cane growers strategic grub management; implementing BSES decision-making tools : SRDC Grower Group innovation project
This project was a continuation of previous SRDC/BSES GrubPlan projects in which the importance of a thorough grub monitoring program was highlighted. Essentially, the need for more grower involvement led to the creation ...