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1. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG03092 Lettuce - Shelf Life | R...
be obtained for Iceberg lettuce (cv. Titanic transplanted 26-04-05) and a 35% increase in Cos lettuce. There was no impact on shelf-life when iceberg or Cos lettuce was grown for an extra seven days and the average core
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2. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG05044 IPM - Lettuce Aphid Tria...
The predators entered lettuce hearts, ate the aphids and moved on before harvest. Insecticidal sprays failed because this pest lives deep inside lettuces unlike other aphids. A few insecticides are systemic. They travel up the sap of
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3. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG06088 IPM - Lettuce Aphid tria...
for managing Tasmanian lettuce pests including the new pest, currant lettuce aphid. Plantings 1 to 7 produced marketable undrenched susceptible lettuce and many were sold. Foliar insecticides are not even an alternative – they helped
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4. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG98083 Lettuce - rots & brownin...
on rots and browning of cut lettuce is reported here. lettuce ( Lactuca sativa L. ) is an econorrically important food crop grown worldwide. Demand far quality lettuce in the Australian domestic and export markets is high. Visual quality
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5. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG04067 IPM - Lettuce Aphid | Re...
VG04067 IPM - Lettuce Aphid During the growing season of 2003/04 a new aphid was found in Lettuce crops in Tasmania. This was the first Australian record
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6. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG03003 Lettuce - Varnish Spot |...
VG03003 Lettuce - Varnish Spot Varnish spot , a disease affecting Lettuce, is caused by the bacteria Pseudomonas cichorii , and results in brown
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7. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG06087 IPM - Lettuce Aphid | Re...
major predator of aphids in lettuce and other crops using IPM in southern Australia. During the growing season of 2003-04 a new aphid pest species, Nasonovia ribis-nigri (Mosley) or lettuce aphid, was found in lettuce crops in northern
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8. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG04012 Hydroponic lettuce - roo...
VG04012 Hydroponic lettuce - root rot Hydroponics is a quick, clean and efficient production system for leafy lettuce. Growers are spread across Australia
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9. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > Lettuce Aphid | Vege Notes | Com...
and slightly deformed. Lettuce aphid can also transfer cucumber and Lettuce mosaic virus. Management options Resistant varieties - Some seed companies have utilised an aphid resistance gene in some of their Lettuce
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10. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG07070 Nitrogen & lettuce disea...
used to assess the growth of lettuce in response to various rates of Nitrogen prior to inoculation studies with Downy Mildew. lettuce seedlings were watered with Potassium nitrate, a commonly used nursery fertilizer. lettuce seedlings were
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