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FARMERS’ RISK PERSPECTIVE ON ADOPTION OF LEGUME CROPS
A.K. Abadi Ghadim1 , D.J. Pannell1, A. Bennett2, and V. Stewart3

VARIATION OF WHEAT AND SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER CULTIVARS IN SUSCEPTIBILITY TO VULPIA RESIDUE PHYTOTOXICITY
Min An, J. E. Pratley, T. Haig, and P. Jellett

TOPCROP - integrated marketing meets extension
R. Andrews and S.G. Till

IMPROVED PASTURES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON SUBSEQUENT CROPS
J.F. Angus, M.B. Peoples, R.R. Gault, P.A. Gardner and G.N. Howe

MANAGE RICE: DECISION SUPPORT FOR TACTICAL CROP MANAGEMENT
J. F. Angus1, R.L. Williams2 and C.O. Durkin1

SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE USE AND THE EVALUATION OF AGRONOMY R&D
G. Antony1 and P. Cox2

THE EFFECT OF NON-LETHAL WATER DEFICITS DURING ESTABLISHMENT ON THE GROWTH OF WHEAT CROPS
L.J. Armstrong1, D.G. Abrecht2, W.K. Anderson2, and R.K Belford3

UTILISATION OF NITROGEN FROM PLANT RESIDUES AND FERTILISERS BY WHEAT IN CENTRAL QUEENSLAND FARMING SYSTEMS
R.D. Armstrong, M. Probert1, and K. McCosker

EFFECTS OF SURFACE SOIL MIXING AFTER LONG-TERM ZERO TILLAGE ON SOIL NUTRIENT DISTRIBUTION AND WHEAT PRODUCTION
M. Asghar1, D.W. Lack2, B.A. Cowie2 and J.C. Parker2

EFFECTS OF TILLAGE PRACTICE AND LEY PASTURE ON SOYBEAN PRODUCTIVITY ON A DEGRADED FERROSOL
M.J. Bell1, B.J. Bridge2, G.R. Harch1 , D.N. Orange3, R.C. Dalal3, and R.M. Mason1

Quantifying the yield-density relationship for narrow-leafed lupin (lupinus angustifolius) in Tasmania
A.C. Bishop1 and N.J. Mendham2

When Adoption Theory Fails
D.S. Blacket

ARE DISTRICT NITROGEN RECIPES OBSOLETE?
M.J. Cahill1 and W.M. Strong2

An Integrated Program to Improve Anthracnose Resistance in Stylosanthes - A Review
D.F. Cameron1, L.A. Edye2, S. Chakraborty3, J.M. Manners3, C.J. Liu1 , R.A. Date1, and R.M. Boland4

ESTABLISHMENT OF SURFACE-SOWN PASTURES ON
UNPLOUGHED INFERTILE SOIL

M.H. Campbell

FARMER DISCUSSION GROUPS - PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
T. Campbell1, N. Bales2, and N. Postlethwaite3

Differences in Radiation Use Efficiency among lines in a Tropical Maize Population
S.C. Chapman1and G.O. Edmeades

SOIL MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR INCREASED WINTER PASTURE PRODUCTION ON DRYLAND DAIRY FARMS
B.P. Christy1, D.J. Watson1, L. Trapnell2, G. Drysdale1, and G.R. Steed1

AGRONOMY AND FARM VIABILITY
N. Clark, H. van Rees, P. O’Callaghan, and R. Rendell

THE POTENTIAL OF UPGRADED PERENNIAL PASTURES TO REDUCE GROUNDWATER RECHARGE IN SOUTHERN VICTORIA
C. Clifton1 and P. Schroder2

Measuring the effects of landuse and land management
on river water quality

P.S. Cornish1, B. Baginska1, G. Kuczera2 and D. Jones3

INCREASING COMMITMENT TO PASTURES IS THE KEY TO IMPROVING FARM PRODUCTIVITY IN THE EAST GIPPSLAND WOOL INDUSTRY
J. Court

SURFACE SOIL NUTRIENT DISTRIBUTION FOLLOWING
ZERO TILLAGE AND TRADITIONAL TILLAGE MANAGEMENT

B.A. Cowie1, M. Hastie1, S.B. Hunt2, M. Asghar3, and D.W. Lack1

CAUGHT IN THE WEB: USE OF THE INTERNET IN AGRICULTURAL R,D&E
P.G. Cox1 and S.C. Chapman2

RE-ENGINEERING AGRICULTURAL R,D&E TO SUPPORT MANAGEMENT DECISION-MAKING: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
P.G. Cox1, N.D. MacLeod2, P.E. Ridge1, and A.D. Shulman3

BELOW-GROUND INPUTS OF CARBON BY CROPS AND PASTURES
M.C. Crawford1,2, P.R. Grace1, W.D. Bellotti1,3, and J.M. Oades2

EFFECTS OF FALLOW MANAGEMENT AND CROPPING SEQUENCES ON PRODUCTION AND RESIDUAL N UPTAKE IN WHEAT
G.J. Crocker1 and I.C.R. Holford2

SOIL MOISTURE MANAGEMENT, CROP MONITORING AND ISO 9000: AGRICULTURE'S FUTURE
P. Cull

SUSTAINABILITY AND PROFITABILITY: A CASE STUDY FROM THE WARRA EXPERIMENT
R.C. Dalal1, W.M. Strong1, E.J. Weston2, M.J. Cahill2, J. Gaffney2,
J.E. Cooper1, K.J. Lehane2, and A.J. King1

DEVELOPING WELL ADAPTED EARLY TO MIDSEASON CULTIVARS OF TRIFOLIUM SUBTERRANEUM SSP. BRACHYCALYCINUM - AN UPDATE
C.T. de Koning1, P.G.H. Nichols2, R.L. Tuckwell3 and N. Schubert1

PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF LOCALLY ADAPTED ECOTYPES OF TRIFOLIUM SUBTERRANEUM SSP. BRACHYCALYCINUM CV. CLARE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
C.T. deKoning1, R.L. Tuckwell2, and W.D. Bellotti3

FACTORS INVOLVED IN ANNUAL MEDIC DECLINE SYNDROME IN THE MURRAY MALLEE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA
M.D. Denton and W.D. Bellotti

EFFECT OF PHOSPHORUS RATE AND PLACEMENT ON EARLY GROWTH AND NODULATION OF FIELD PEAS (PISUM SATIVUM L. CV ALMA)
A. Derafshi1, N.S. Wilhelm2, and D.J. Reuter3

WHEAT PRODUCTION AND SOIL CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF ORGANIC AND CONVENTIONAL PAIRED SITES IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
A. Deria, R.W. Bell, and G. O’Hara

RARE EARTH ELEMENTS AND PLANT GROWTH
E. Diatloff1, C.J. Asher2, and F.W. Smith1

HOWWET? - A TOOL FOR PREDICTING FALLOW WATER STORAGE.
J.P. Dimes, D.M. Freebairn, and S.F. Glanville

PERSISTENCE OF TEMPERATE PASTURES IN A SUBTROPICAL ENVIRONMENT
D. Donaghy and W.J. Fulkerson

MANAGING NITROGEN IN CROPPING SYSTEMS FOLLOWING LEGUME LEYS
J. A. Doughton1, G.T. McNamara2, Guixin Pu3, W.M. Strong2 and P.G. Saffigna4

THE EFFECT OF SOIL AMMONIUM CONCENTRATION AND OSMOTIC PRESSURE ON SEEDLING EMERGENCE
C.W. Dowling

THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF COMPUTER NETWORKING ON THE RESTRUCTURING OF AN EXTENSION SERVICE
W.J. Easdown

ALTERNATIVES TO THE SOFTWARE PRODUCT MENTALITY IN EXTENSION
W.J. Easdown

INTERCROPPING WHEAT, OATS AND BARLEY INTO LUCERNE IN VICTORIA
P. Egan and K.P. Ransom

SEWAGE SLUDGE: RESOURCE OR POLLUTANT
G. Evans, P. Rowland, J. Walcott

THE EFFECT OF NITRATE CONCENTRATION ON THE GROWTH AND NODULATION OF SEVERAL ANNUAL SPECIES OF MEDICAGO
M.A. Ewing

THE EFFECT OF ROW SPACING AND SEEDING RATE ON CHICKPEA YIELD IN NORTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES
W.L. Felton, H. Marcellos and R.D. Murison

PRIME HARD WHEAT AND MALTING BARLEY - HOW DOES PROFILE NITROGEN INFLUENCE THE FARMER’S CHOICE?
M.A. Foale1, M.J. Cahill2, H.W. Cox3, N. Douglas4, and C. Dowling5

FARMERS, ADVISERS AND RESEARCHERS LEARNING TOGETHER BETTER MANAGEMENT OF CROPS AND CROPLANDS
M.A. Foale1, P.S. Carberry2, R.L. McCown3, M.E. Probert4, J.P. Dimes5,
N.P. Dalgliesh6, and D. Lack7

A SUCCESSFUL PASTURE SOIL NUTRITION PROGRAM
R.D. Freebairn1, W. McDonald2, C.L. Mullen3, G. Crocker2, D. Lang4, and R. Watson5

NUTRIENT THREAT TO SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
R.J. French1 and A.D. Rovira2

MAINTAINING WHITE CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM REPENS) IN A KIKUYU (PENNISETUM CLANDESTINUM) PASTURE IN THE SUBTROPICS
W.J. Fulkerson and K. Slack

HIGH CONCENTRATIONS OF SOIL SOLUTION PHOSPHORUS IN WIMMERA SOILS
W.K. Gardnera and B. Zarcinasb

SYSTEMS MODELLING FRAMEWORK FOR CATCHMENT-SCALE SALINITY MANAGEMENT
Romy Greiner

ROTATION WITH CANOLA AND OPTIMISING WHEAT YIELD IN NORTH-EAST VICTORIA
P.J. Haines1, J.M. Curran1,2, and D.R. Coventry1,3

SOIL TESTING IN THE PADDOCK: AN EVALUATION OF A FIELD TEST KIT
P.D. Handson

A CASE STUDY IN DECISION SUPPORT INFORMATION:
A MANUAL TITLED MAKING BETTER DECISIONS FOR YOUR PROPERTY

P. Harris1 and J. Gray 2

OPPORTUNITY CROPPING ON THE LIVERPOOL PLAINS: A COMPARISON OF RISK ASSESSMENT BY FARMERS AND SIMULATION MODELS
P.T. Hayman1, D.M. Freebairn2, and A.K.S. Huda1

ADAPTING A BARLEY GROWTH MODEL TO PREDICT GRAIN PROTEIN CONCENTRATION FOR DIFFERENT WATER AND NITROGEN AVAILABILITIES
D.J. Hector1,2 , S. Fukai1 and P.J. Goyne3

METHODS TO ASSESS SOIL CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH FIELD MEASUREMENTS OF INFILTRATION AND EROSION.
D.K. Malinda and R.G. Fawcett

HALOSULFURON-METHYL AND IMAZETHAPYR for the SELECTIVE CONTROL OF KYLLINGA (CYPERUS BREVIFOLIUS ROTTB.) IN IRRIGATED PASTURE
F.L.F. Henskens1, K.O. Fallow2, and R.H. Slarke1

MANAGING THE PASTORAL LANDSCAPE: ADDING A SPATIAL DIMENSION?
M.J. Hill1, P.J. Vickery2, G.E. Donald1, E.P. Furnival1, and C. Mulcahy1

NITROGEN FIXATION IN CHICKPEA AS AFFECTED BY PLANTING TIME AND TILLAGE PRACTICE
C.P. Horn1, R.C. Dalal2, C.J. Birch3 and J.A. Doughton4

The use of crop monitoring for problem analysis and decision making in wheat crops
J.D. Hughesl, and P.D. Cregan2

DO-YOUR-OWN-RESEARCH IN THE NURSERY INDUSTRY
M.N. Hunter1 , G.W. Hayes1 , and S. Chamala2

ENVIRONMENTAL VANDALISM?
TOWARDS AN OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF WEED STATUS

G.J. Inglis, P.A. Pittaway, and H. Kibbler

RAISING SOYBEAN YIELD THROUGH APPLICATION OF CROP PHYSIOLOGY TO AGRONOMY AND BREEDING
A.T. James1, R.J. Lawn2 and B.C. Imrie1

A NEW MODEL OF SPRING WHEAT PHENOLOGICAL RESPONSE TO TEMPERATURE AND DAYLENGTH
P.D. Jamieson1, I.R. Brooking2, and J.R. Porter3

MONITORING IMPROVEMENTS IN SEED PRODUCTION AND SEEDLING VIGOUR OF GREATER LOTUS (LOTUS PEDUNCULATUS Cav.)
W.M. Kelman1 and A.M. Bowman2

GRAIN OATS - A POOR BREAK CROP FOR WHEAT
J.A. Kirkegaard1 , J.F. Angus1, G.N. Howe1, P.A. Gardner1 and H.P. Cresswell2

Suppression of soil-borne cereal pathogens and inhibition of wheat germination by mustard seed meal
J.A. Kirkegaard1, P.T.W. Wong2, J.M. Desmarchelier3 and M. Sarwar1

STRATEGIC INITIATIVES TO IDENTIFY AND MEET MARKET OPPORTUNITIES IN THE AUSTRALIAN GRAINS INDUSTRY
S. Lack and S. Till

ANNUAL MEDIC CULTIVAR MIXTURES IN SEMI-ARID FARMING SYSTEMS
R.A. Latta1 and E.D. Carter2

SOIL NITROGEN DECISION AID PUTS FARMERS IN CONTROL
D.N. Lawrence1, S.T. Cawley2, M.J. Cahill3, N. Douglas4, and J.A. Doughton5

IMPROVED VARIETY TESTING AND RELEASE PROCEDURES IN THE AUSTRALIAN GRAINS INDUSTRY
A. Lazenby1 and S. Till2

THE INFLUENCE OF ALLEY FARMING AND INTERCROPPING ON THE YIELD OF LUPINS
E.C. Lefroy1 and D.P.C. Melvin2

DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF RFLP AND STS IN STYLOSANTHES
C.J. Liu1 and J.M. Musial2

ADAPTATION OF FABA BEAN TO MEDITERRANEAN ENVIRONMENTS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
S.P. Loss and K.H.M. Siddique

PROMISING NEW GRAIN LEGUMES FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA
S.P. Loss, K.H.M. Siddique and R. Jettner

EVOLUTION AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE GRDC
J.V. Lovett

WHEAT BREEDING IN GERMANY, ASSISTED BY MODERN EQUIPMENT
AND ASPECTS OF TOMORROW

H.-U. Hege1 and L.J. Mock2

TRENDS IN CROP PRODUCTION AND SOIL PROPERTIES IN A LONG-TERM TRIAL AT TARLEE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA
J.E. Schultz

CARRYOVER OF SOIL NITRATE-N FOLLOWING FERTILISER APPLICATION TO WHEAT IN NORTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES
H. Marcellos, W.L. Felton, and D.F. Herridge

DEVELOPING QUALITY WHEAT VARIETIES FOR THE MARKET
D.J. Martin

AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO LINK FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH, EXTENSION CO-LEARNING AND SIMULATION MODELLING
R.J. Martin1, P.S. Cornish2 and A.G. Verrell3

Integrated weed management for the control of herbicide resistant annual ryegrass
John M. Matthews, R.S. Llewellyn, S. Powles and T. Reeves

AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO EVALUATION OF RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN THE QUEENSLAND SUGAR
R.S. McLeod1 and M.K. Wegener2

SWAGMAN DESTINY: A TOOL TO PROJECT PRODUCTIVITY CHANGE DUE TO SALINITY, WATERLOGGING AND IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT
W.S. Meyer, D.C. Godwin, and R. White

EFFECTS OF SEWAGE SLUDGE ON PASTURE PRODUCTION AND SHEEP PERFORMANCE
D.L. Michalk, I.H. Curtis, C.M. Langford, P.C. Simpson, and J.T. Seaman

IMPROVEMENTS IN R, D & E ARE ON-GOING
R. Monypenny

PHENOLOGY AND GRAIN YIELD OF FIELD PEA IN THE NORTHERN CROPPING BELT
S.G. Moore 1 , D.M. Wheatley 2 , L. O’Brien 1, R.S. Jessop 2.

THE POTENTIAL FOR GROWING SUGARBEET IN THE MACKAY AND BURDEKIN SUGARCANE AREAS
T.E. Morgan1, L.S. Chapman2, S.J. Elliott1 and A.J. Royal2

THE FITZROY RIVER CATCHMENT: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE RIVERINE SYSTEM
R.M. Noble1, S.K. Rummenie1, P.E. Long2, L.D. Fabbro3, and L.J. Duivenvoorden3

BREEDING NON-TOXIC PHALARIS (PHALARIS AQUATICA L.)
R.N. Oram1 and J.P. Edlington1

APSIM SOILWAT AND SOILN: VALIDATION AGAINST OBSERVED DATA
FOR A CRACKING CLAY SOIL

M.E. Probert1, J.P. Dimes2, R.C. Dalal3 and W.M. Strong3

MODELLING CHANGES IN SOIL MICROBIAL BIOMASS IN RESPONSE TO
ADDED CROP RESIDUES

M.E. Probert and B.A. Keating

ESTABLISHMENT OF AN OPTIMAL GRAZING TIME OF KIKUYU PASTURES FOR DAIRY COWS
M. Reeves and W.J. Fulkerson

MODELS AND DECISION SUPPORT: BRIDGING THE MODEL GAP
P.E. Ridge and P.G. Cox

INTERPRETATION AND VALUE OF SOIL NITRATE NITROGEN AT DEPTH
P.E. Ridge, M.A. Foale, P.G. Cox, and P.S. Carberry

APPLICATIONS FOR A NEW TECHNOLOGY: COMPACT WEATHER RECORDING SYSTEM
P.R. Rodeck

DO MELILOTUS SPECIES HAVE A ROLE FOR SALINE AREAS IN AUSTRALIA?
M.E. Rogers1 and P.M. Evans2

CHEMICAL FALLOWING AND MANIPULATION OF PASTURE ALONG WITH EARLY SEEDING GIVE GREATER YIELDS AND WATER USE OF WHEAT ON A SANDY CLAY LOAM SOIL
J.J. Russell

The Effect Of Non-Selective Herbicides On Pasture And Animal Production
G.J. Scammell

MANAGING THE NITROGEN NUTRITION OF WHEAT IN
NORTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES USING NITROGEN BUDGETS

H. Marcellos and W.L. Felton

IMPROVING THE IRRIGATION EFFICIENCY OF BURDEKIN CANEGROWERS
E.L. Shannon1 and S.R. Raine1,2

THE AUSTRALIAN GERMPLASM OF PINK FLOWERING SERRADELLA SPECIES
R. Snowball

Comparisons of new medicago spp. In south australia
R.S. St John-Sweeting1, G.C. Auricht2, C.L. Shaw1, and A.A. Mohamed1

INFORMATION NEEDS IN AGRONOMY ON THE DARLING DOWNS, QUEENSLAND
A.M. Starasts

LUCERNE/VEGETABLE ALLEY CROPPING TO CONTROL LEACHING
R.J. Stirzaker

PROFITABLE USE OF NITROGEN FERTILISER TO SUSTAIN PRODUCTION WHERE RAINFALL IS UNRELIABLE
W.M. Strong1, M.J. Cahill2, R.C. Dalal1, E.J. Weston2, and J.E. Cooper1

OPERATION UNDERSOW: IMPROVING PERENNIAL PASTURE ESTABLISHMENT UNDER A CEREAL CROP
J.M. Taylor1, M.P. McCarthy2, and D.A. McGrath1

FACTORS LIMITING WHEAT YIELDS UNDER ZERO TILLAGE
IN SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND

G.A. Thomas1, G.B. Wildermuth1, J.P. Thompson1, J. Standley1, and F.P.C. Blamey2

EFFECT OF PERENNIAL PASTURE TYPE ON YIELD AND PROTEIN CONTENT
OF IRRIGATED WHEAT

J.A. Thompson1, M.E. Lattimore2, K.L. O'Callaghan2, and S.H. North1

RESPONDING TO INCREASED DEMANDS FOR ACCOUNTABILITY - THE ROLE OF BENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS IN RESEARCH INVESTMENT DECISIONS
S.G Till

A MULTI-MEDIA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
IN PASTURE ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT

P.G. Tow1, P. Marriott2, R.S. St.John-Sweeting1 and D. Shelton2

VEGETATIVE BARRIER WITH VETIVER GRASS: AN ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION SYSTEM
P.N. Truong1, P.A. Dalton2, C.D. Knowles-Jackson3, and D.S. Evans4

ADAPTATION OF COOL-SEASON PULSES TO
WATER-LIMITED ENVIRONMENTS

N.C. Turner1,2, L. Leport1, R.J. French1,3, B.D. Thomson1 and K.H.M. Siddique1,4

Computer simulation of the effects of cropping rotations and fallow management on solute movement
J.E. Turpin1, N. Huth2, B.A. Keating2, and J.P. Thompson3

SIMULATION OF CEREAL-LEGUME ROTATIONS USING APSIM
J.E. Turpin1, M.E. Probert2, I.C.R. Holford3, and P.L. Poulton1

HAYING-OFF IN WHEAT: ENDURING MYTH OR CURRENT PROBLEM?
A.F. van Herwaarden1,2

PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF SIX SPRING WHEAT VARIETIES TO NITROGEN FERTILISER
A.F. van Herwaarden1,2, G.D. Farquhar2, J.F. Angus1, and R.A. Richards1

ASSESSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF THE GRAINS INDUSTRY:
AN OVERVIEW

J. Walcott, R. Williams, P. Rowland, and G. Evans

DEPLETION AND RECHARGE OF AVAILABLE SOIL WATER UNDER THREE PASTURE LEYS AND CONTINUOUS WHEAT AT WARRA
IN SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND

E.J. Weston1, R.C. Dalal2, W.M. Strong2, K.J. Lehane1, J.E. Cooper2, and A.J. King2

CHANGES IN SOIL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND SOIL ORGANIC CARBON FRACTIONS WITH CROPPING ON A RED BROWN EARTH SOIL
A.M. Whitbread, R.D.B. Lefroy, and G.J. Blair

Identifying Persistent Lucernes For Dryland Pastures
R.W. Williams1 and S.P. Boschma2

PEA PHENOLOGY RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE AND PHOTOPERIOD
D.R. Wilson and M. Robson

ECONOMICS OF PASTURE ROTATIONS IN QUEENSLAND WHEAT AREAS
P.B. Wylie

FARMING SYSTEMS - THE NEED FOR ECONOMICS AND INTEGRATION
P.B. Wylie

RUMEN FUNGAL Β-GLUCANASE AND XYLANASE GENES: POTENTIAL FOR
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED CEREAL CROPS

G.P. Xue, K.S. Gobius, P.M. Ealing, and J.H. Aylward

TRITIUM CONTENT OF SHALLOW GROUNDWATERS IN THELIVERPOOL PLAINS CATCHMENT
R.R. Young1, A.K. Broughton2, J.M. Bradd2, J. Holland1,

VARIATION IN NATURALISED MEDICAGO POLYMORPHA
COLLECTED FROM INLAND EASTERN AUSTRALIA: I - NSW

R.R. Young1, D.L. Lloyd2, M. O'Neill3, K. Teasdale4, and B. Johnson2

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