University of Hertfordshire

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  • P. Gladders
  • Chris Dyer
  • Bruce D.L. Fitt
  • Neal Evans
  • Frank van den Bosch
  • A. Baierl
  • J. Turner
  • K. Walters
  • P. Northing
  • K.G. Sutherland
  • S. J. P. Oxley
  • V. Foster
  • D. Ellerton
  • N. Myers
  • Andrew Selley
  • M. Ashworth
  • B. Hall
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Original languageEnglish
PublisherHGCA
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Publication series

NameHGCA Project Report
No.390

Abstract

Pests and particularly diseases cause serious loss of yield and quality in winter oilseed rape estimated to exceed £80 million/annum in some years. These losses have occurred despite an annual expenditure of about £3.5 million for insecticides and £12 million on fungicides. Decision-making is difficult because there is complex spatial and temporal variation in pest and disease problems and improved guidance is required. The main objective of this project was to test new disease models developed in the first phase of this project and deliver a decision support system for both pest and disease control in oilseed rape

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