Latest research on RWA released

RESEARCH from the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) and Cesar into conditions supporting survival of Russian wheat aphid (RWA) leading into autumn sowing has found mature crops (GS 40 or higher) are less attractive and are less likely to be invaded.

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Russian wheat aphid.

The research team said despite few RWA issues reported during the 2018 cereal growing season, spring sampling detected RWA in all cereal growing regions where RWA has been reported previously.