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2001; Vandeleur and Gill, 2004). , 2001). , 2001). In a related effort to help farmers, many new varieties have been screened for the absence of herbicide susceptibility, a problem that arose with some varieties and herbicides in the past (Lemerle and Hinkley, 1991). Little attention has been paid to underground competi tion, despite its likely importance under rainfed conditions, although work continues on genetic variation in allelopathy which, measured as ryegrass root growth suppression, can be substantial in seedlings of some 4.
Statistically, this two-factor example is described as a main effect of modern variety of 630 kg ha1, one of nitrogen of 2060 kg ha1, and an interaction effect of 420 kg ha1. But the synergy is better captured in the small yield response to modern variety at zero N fertiliser level (210 kg ha1) and the modest response of old varieties to high N (1640 kg ha1), compared to the large response when modern variety and high N are combined (2690 kg ha1), which exceeds the sum of the initial responses by 840 kg ha1.
2. dealing with diseases Agronomic inputs do not always increase: sometimes input reduction is the key part of a desirable genotype by agronomy interaction. g. , 2003). Only a (partial) gross margin calculation properly reveals such desirable interactions, which involve the substitution of an expensive agronomic input by a low-cost genetic trait. Diseases have caused considerable yield losses in Australia. Brennan and Murray (1988) calculated the actual losses in wheat amounting to 18% of gross crop value.