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Invertebrate Pest Issues in Retained Stubble Systems: Current Knowledge and Critical Gaps

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Invertebrate Pest Issues in Retained Stubble Systems: Current Knowledge and Critical Gaps


The practice in some parts of Australia of retaining crop residues (stubble retention) combined with direct drilling with limited soil disturbance may reduce disruption to invertebrate species. There is potential for pest issues to become worse as more growers adopt zero tillage practices in an effort to not disturb the soil profile. This combinati... more


Crop and Pasture Protection (Pests, Diseases and Weeds)


https://doi.org/10.25919/5bb385ea01c28


01 Jan 2014


03 Oct 2018


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pests invertebrates stubble no till IPM snails slugs


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This work is funded by GRDC through the “Maintaining profitable farming systems with retained stubble: Component 1 – Research Support” project (GRDC project code: CSP00186). We also detail work funded through the “Future NIPI forums” project (GRDC project code: CSE00058). The distribution maps developed throughout this report are based on records from Pest Alert Services delivered by cesar (PestFacts south-eastern), SARDI (PestFacts South Australia and Western Victoria) and DAFWA (PestFax). We thank the people who manage these services for giving us access to the data. Paul Breust, John Small, Andrew Rice, Tom Langley, and Stephen Loss read over early versions of this report and made many helpful comments.


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CSIRO (Australia), South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) (Australia)


Macfadyen, Sarina; Nash, Michael (2018): Invertebrate Pest Issues in Retained Stubble Systems: Current Knowledge and Critical Gaps. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5bb385ea01c28


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GRDC CSP00186 Stubble Initiative Module1


This work is funded by GRDC through the “Maintaining profitable farming systems with retained stubble: Component 1 – Research Support” project (GRDC project code: CSP00186). We also detail work funded through the “Future NIPI forums” project (GRDC project code: CSE00058).


John Kirkegaard





Sarina Macfadyen


Michael Nash


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