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Beyond the Bale : June 2019
FREE TESTING FOR SUB CLOVER RED LEAF SYNDROME Farmers who suspect red leaf syndrome in their subterranean clover are reminded free testing is available again this season. FAST FACTS • Research into subterranean clover red leaf syndrome has determined the main cause of the syndrome as Soybean Dwarf Virus (SbDV), which is spread by aphids. • FREE testing of leaf samples is available to producers who suspect their clover pasture is infected with SbDV. • Producers are encouraged to read the 2018 industry fact sheet and continue reporting incidents of the virus. • To combat the risk and spread of SbDV, producers should use a variety of control measures. 54 ON FARM An infected subterranean clover paddock with red leaves. Note the reddening is from the leaf margins inwards. PHOTO courtesy of DPIRD.