Presentations


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Accessing New Markets

Keynote Session 
Australian and Canadian Pulses. Commonwealth Competitors or Scientific Collaborators?
Nevin ROSAASEN 

Pakistan Pulses Outlook
Muhammad AHMED
Risk V Reward for pulse farmers
Lachlan SEEARS
 
Expanding Pulse Production
90. Progress in Chemical Weed Control in Pulses in western Canada
Eric JOHNSON
111. The Expanding Pulse – Adapting Pulses to Mallee environments
Michael MOODIE
56. Using @RISK modelling to examine risk in Mallee cereal and legume rotations
Richard SAUNDERS
5. Predictions of optimal chickpea flowering time for better yield
Muhuddin ANWAR
57. Putting our finger on the pulse – improving mungbean productivity in the paddock
Marisa COLLINS
110. Improving pulse nodulation in stressful environments
Ross BALLARD, Elizabeth FARQUHARSON
92. Alternative legume crops for the southern region of Australia
James NUTTALL
19. Developing pigeonpea as a new profitable and resilient summer pulse crop for Queensland
Rex WILLIAMS
 
Value Adding Pulses
107. Keynote Session
New products and Market opportunities
Phil MCFARLANE
81. Silicon supplementation improved the nutritional potential and sensory properties of drought-stressed lentil seeds as revealed by a novel sensory analysis using non-invasive biometrics from consumers
Sajitha BIJU
35. Influence of processing conditions on pulse flake quality
Stephen CORK
97. Beyond visual classification: The nutritional value of frost-damaged lentil flour in baked and extruded products
Drew PORTMAN
61. Exploring genetic variation to improve salinity tolerance in faba bean
Ahsan ASIF
58. Survey of emerging pulse root diseases in South Australia
Tara GARRARD
 
Expanding Pulse Production
51. Driving research discovery in pulse legumes – current outcomes from the ARC ITRH
– Legumes for Sustainable Agriculture
Brent KAISER
 
Pushing Yield Boundaries
87. The Internet of Things
Mark GOULD
24. Expanding pulse production through extension – Pulse Check discussion groups
Prudence COOK
20. High throughput aluminium toxicity tolerance screening in lentil to expand production area
Vani KULKARNI
6. Waterlogging tolerance in lentil
Lachlan LAKE
49. Exploiting wild germplasm to expand the genetic diversity and enhance the adaptive potential of domesticated chickpea
Lars KAMPHUIS
Smart Farms and Remote Sensing
Keynote Session
108. Retrieval of physiological plant traits using airborne imaging spectroscopy and thermal data: physical vs. data driven methods
Pablo J. ZARCO-TEJADA
96. High-throughput field phenotyping for important crop breeding traits
Surya KANT
86. Lentil sensitivity to frost and rapid detection in field using proximal sensors 
Audrey DELAHUNTY, Eileen PERRY
103. Application of machine-vision to assess admixture and discoloration in lentil and field pea
Linda MCDONALD, Jason BRAND, Joe PANOZZO
47. High throughput phenotyping for assessment of bacterial blight in field pea
Babu PENDEY
79. Do sensors explain the advantage of navy bean intercropped with maize under limited water and N environments?
Abeya TEMESGEN TEFERA
 
Pushing Yield Boundaries
Keynote Session
109. Pea genomics for advanced breeding strategies
Dr Judith BURSTIN
55. Genomic Selection in pulses
Sukhjiwan KAUR
99. Transforming Genetic Gain in Pulses
Janine CROSER
 
Pushing Yield Boundaries
GRDC Update
Narelle Moore
39. Heterosis and hybrid mimics in lentil
Jiafu TAN
50. GWAS and QTL analyses identify genomic regions associated with resistance to Ascochyta blight in chickpea
Rosy RAMAN
54. Genetic characterisation of synthetic auxin herbicide tolerance in pulse crops
Simon MICHELMORE
27. Identification and characterisation of a genetic marker for Ascochyta lentis virulence in lentils
Bernadette HENARES
26. Identification and characterization of heterotic genotypes in lentils for enhanced crop productivity
Gurpreet KAUR SURI
76. Identification and characterisation of potential novel sources of resistance to ascochyta blight within the exotic germplasm of lentil
Rama HARINATH REDDY DADU
82. Growth of pea (Pisum sativum) under conditions for accelerated maturity shifts the expression pattern of key hormones related to embryo physiological maturity
Federico RIBALTA
 
Pushing Yield Boundaries
63. Identification of resistance to multiple viruses in lentil germplasm
Joop VAN LEUR
75. Walking on the wild side: widening the phenological responsiveness of domestic chickpea
Jens BERGER
34. Establishment and validation of high-throughput screening protocol for salinity tolerance in lentil
Hossein VALIPOUR KAHROOD
93. Are we describing the phenological development of Chickpea and Lentil correctly?
Jeremy WHISH
105. Plant Breeding in the 21st century
Arun S.K SHUNMUGAM