Australian Mungbean Association

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2018 blog posts

Experienced mungbean growers soughtDr Marisa Collins is asking experienced mungbean growers to complete a short on-line survey to assist with her research to better understand yield variability in mungbean crops.Market outlook for new-crop mungbeansJames Hunt, principal trader from Australian Choice Exports and vice-president of the Australian Mungbean Association, expects strong demand for Australian mungbeans to continue this marketing season.2018 Hermitage Mungbean Field WalkWednesday 28 March 2018 from 7.30 am (BBQ breakfast) and concludes 12 pmWhere: Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Hermitage Research Facility, 604 Yangan Road, WarwickThree bites at the mungbean cherryWondai farmer Mick Guse has had a good run this season, starting with a self-sown mungbean crop that established at the end of last year's wheat crop.2018 AMA Photographic Competition$100 a month up for grabs in the AMA's 2018 photographic competition. Check out the rules and themes and send in your best pics.Managing Helicoverpa insecticide resistance risk in mungbeansDr Lisa Bird (NSW DPI), lead researcher for the Helicoverpa Insecticide Resistance Program, is very concerned about the resistance levels in Helicoverpa to insecticides such as Steward and Altacor, used in mungbeans and other crops.Refining mungbean agronomy in the Dry TropicsMungbean is a good fit in the cane rotation as it is a quick crop that can fit around cane planting and harvest times and provides an excellent opportunity to control grass weeds after cane while earning a solid return.Giving mungbean the competitive edgeResearch shows narrower row spacing in mungbean will take the pressure off in-crop herbicide applications, provided the crop is sown into clean paddocks and weeds are controlled for at least three weeks after planting.

 

 

 

 

 

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