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Physiology/Agronomy of Winter Crops

Contributed Papers

Poster Papers


Contributed Papers

TOWARDS BETTER CANOLA YIELD: A PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS ANALYSIS APPROACH
G.J. Lewis and A.T. Lisle

INCREASED MARKET SHARE FOR AUSTRALIAN PULSES: A QUALITY ASSURANCE STRATEGY
D.P. Robey1,2 and J.B. Brouwer1

OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS TO TEMPERATE OILSEED PRODUCTION IN AUSTRALIAN AND CANADIAN FARMING SYSTEMS
E.C. Wolfe

BIOFUMIGATION BY BRASSICAS REDUCES TAKE-ALL INFECTION
J.A. Kirkegaard1, M. Sarwar1, P.T.W. Wong2 and A. Mead3

PRODUCTIVITY AND WATER USE OF INTERCROPS OF FIELD PEA AND CANOLA
P. Soetedjo1, L.D. Martin1 and D. Tennant2

CANOPY ARCHITECTURE, LIGHT UTILISATION AND PRODUCTIVITY OF INTERCROPS OF FIELD PEA AND CANOLA
P. Soetedjo, L. D. Martin and A.J.V. Janes

VARIATION IN YIELD OF COMMERCIAL FIELD PEA CROPS IN SOUTHERN NSW
S.H. Ackland1 and E.L. Armstrong2

ASSISTING NEW WHITE LUPIN PROCESSING INDUSTRIES BY BREEDING LARGER- AND SMALLER-SEEDED CULTIVARS
R.N. Oram1 and K.F. Landers2

CULTIVAR VARIABILITY IN ACIDIC (AL/MN) STRESS TOLERANCE IN TRITICALE
X. G. Zhang1, R. S. Jessop1 and F. Ellison2

Exudation of organic acids from roots of triticale
X. G. Zhang1, D. Alter1, R. S. Jessop1 and F. Ellison2

IMPLICATIONS OF ACCOUNTING FOR BELOW-GROUND N ON THE CALCULATIONS OF RESIDUAL RETURNS OF FIXED N FOR COMMERCIAL FABA BEAN CROPS
I.J. Rochester1, M.B. Peoples2, R.R. Gault2 and G.A. Constable1

A BREEDING SOLUTION TO IMPROVING SEEDLING ESTABLISHMENT OF WHEAT
G.J. Rebetzke1, R.A. Richards1,2, V.M. Fischer1 and B.J. Mickelson2

GRAIN GROWTH WITHIN OAT PANICLES
D.J. Moot1, M.W. Crampton1, R.J. Martin2.

DROUGHT STRESSED MUSTARD YIELDS MORE THAN CANOLA DUE TO GREATER LEAF TURGOR
P.R. Wright1 and J.M. Morgan2

AGRONOMY OF LATHYRUS SPECIES IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
M.S. Miyan1 and W.D. Bellotti1

PULSES INCREASE PROFITABILITY OF WINTER CROP ROTATIONS
IN SOUTHERN NSW

E.L. Armstrong, I.P. Singh and D.P. Heenan

DEVELOPING FABA BEANS AS A VIABLE INDUSTRY IN SOUTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES
D.J. Carpenter and L Jenkins

Poster Papers

THE POTENTIAL FOR USING HEMP (CANNABIS SATIVA) AND FLAX (LINUM USITATISSIMUM) FIBRE AS A REINFORCING AGENT IN NEWSPRINT MANUFACTURE.
S.N. Lisson and N.J. Mendham

EFFECT OF PLANT DENSITY, SOWING DATE AND IRRIGATION ON THE YIELD OF FIBRE HEMP (CANNABIS SATIVA) AND FLAX (LINUM USITATISSIMUM).
S.N. Lisson and N.J. Mendham

WATER-USE EFFICIENCY OF CANOLA IN VICTORIA
D. Grey

EVALUATION OF A GERMPLASM COLLECTION OF FENUGREEK (TRIGONELLA FOENUM-GRAECUM).
K. M. McCormick1, R. M. Norton1 and H. A Eagles 2

EFFECTS OF EARLY WATER DEFICIT ON GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF FABA BEAN
R. J. French

LOW ADOPTION OF LUPINS IN SOUTHERN NSW - INSIGHTS FROM PRISM
K.Y. Faour, B.J. Scott and E.L. Armstrong

EARLY GENERATION YIELD PERFORMANCE OF DIFFERENT FIELD PEA PLANT TYPES
S. M. Liu and L. O. Brien

FIELD PEA YIELDS ARE DECLINING IN MEDIUM TO HIGH YIELDING AREAS
D.M. Peck and G.K. McDonald

SOIL BIOLOGICAL FACTORS LIMIT THE EARLY GROWTH OF DIRECT-DRILLED WHEAT
S. Simpfendorfer1, J.A. Kirkegaard2 and D.P. Heenan1

EVALUATION OF LEGUME AND CEREAL FODDER SPECIES FOR VARIATION IN WATER USE.
J.H. Mitchell, S. Fukai, B. Konabe, C. Makonta, and J. Challe

DETERMINATION OF GRAIN PROTEIN CONCENTRATION IN BARLEY
J.H. Mitchell, J. Challe, and S. Fukai

SHOWDEVEL: PREDICTING AND VISUALISING WHEAT DEVELOPMENT FOR PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
M. Stapper, C.J. Crispin, C. Davies and J.F. Angus

MANAGEMENT OF WINTER WHEAT FOR HIGH FORAGE AND GRAIN YIELDS
S.M. Goss and N.J. Mendham

THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON LEAF APPEARANCE RATE IN
DRUMMOND OATS

R.J. Martin, S.M. Sinton, P.D. Jamieson and M. Snego

THE EFFECT OF DAYLENGTH ON FINAL LEAF NUMBER IN DRUMMOND OATS
R.J. Martin, S.M. Sinton, P.D. Jamieson and M. Snego

COORDINATION OF APEX AND LEAF DEVELOPMENT IN OATS
M. Sonego1, P.D. Jamieson2, D.J. Moot1 and R.J. Martin2

EXOTIC RACES OF COLLETOTRICHUM GLOEOSPORIOIDES POSE POTENTIAL THREAT TO AUSTRALIAN STYLOSANTHES CULTIVARS
S. Chakraborty1, C.D. Fernandes2, M.d'A. Charchar3 and S. Kelemu4

EFFECT OF HARVEST DATE ON QUALITY AND DRY MATTER OF CEREAL CULTIVARS
E. Cowlishaw and D. George

EFFECT OF TILLAGE ON RHIZOSPHERE MICROBIAL POPULATIONS, EARLY GROWTH AND GRAIN YIELD OF WHEAT THROUGHOUT SOUTH EASTERN NSW
S. Simpfendorfer1, J.A. Kirkegaard2, P.T.W. Wong1 and D.P. Heenan1

EFFECTS OF GENOTYPE AND ENVIRONMENT ON GRAIN FILLING IN BARLEY GROWN IN SOUTH-EAST AUSTRALIA
N.R. Long1, S.J. Logue1, C.F. Jenner1, P. Gianquitto1, L.C. MacLeod2 and A.R. Barr1

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