Increased risk of red leaf syndrome in pastures this autumn

FARMERS are being advised to keep an eye out for red leaf syndrome in their subterranean clover pastures this autumn.

Increased risk of red leaf syndrome in pastures this autumn Increased risk of red leaf syndrome in pastures this autumn Increased risk of red leaf syndrome in pastures this autumn Increased risk of red leaf syndrome in pastures this autumn Increased risk of red leaf syndrome in pastures this autumn

Sub-clover red leaf syndrome may be a problem for pastures in south-west WA.

Recent rainfall and warm temperatures in some parts of south-west Western Australia may lead to conditions conducive for aphids to spread soybean dwarf virus (SbDV), which has been identified as a key

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