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Farming Systems

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Contributed Papers

THE FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE IN THE PERI-URBAN FRINGE OF SYDNEY
N.L. Johnson, F.M. Kelleher and J.J. Chant

COMMUNITY EXPECTATIONS AND PERCEPTIONS OF AGRICULTURE IN PERI-URBAN REGIONS
F.M. Kelleher, J.J. Chant and N.L. Johnson

FARMING STYLES AND EXTENSION IN BROADACRE CROPPING
P. Howden1, F. Vanclay1, D. Lemerle2 and J. Kent3

THE MANAGEMENT OF MODELS: RISKS AND RESPONSIBILITY
P.G. Cox

COMPARISONS OF FARMING SYSTEMS YIELD MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS
B. Robinson1, D. Freebairn1, P. Ridge2, P. Wylie3 and S. Huda4

THE FARMSCAPE APPROACH TO FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
R.L. McCown1, .P.S. Carberry1, M.A. Foale1, Z. Hochman1, J.A. Coutts2 and N.P. Dalgliesh1

A FRAMEWORK FOR EXTENDING PRINCIPLES OF CONSERVATION CROPPING
D.M. Freebairn1, G.H. Wockner1, D. Lawrence2, S. Cawley2 and A.N. Hamilton2

THE USE OF SEASONAL CLIMATE FORECASTS IN CROPPING SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
H. Meinke1,2, P.S. Carberry1, G.L. Hammer1,2 and R.C. Stone1,2

TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY ASSESSMENT IN RELATION TO CROP SOWING AND HARVEST DATE
X. Liu, A.K.S. Huda, F.M. Kelleher and P.S. Cornish

Wheat yield trends in the northern grains region - a sustainable industry?
P.S. Cornish1, P. Ridge2, G. Hammer3, D. Butler3, J. Moll2 and I. Macrow2

NITROGEN FERTILISER DECISIONS FOR WHEAT ON THE LIVERPOOL PLAINS, NSW. II. SHOULD FARMERS CONSIDER STORED SOIL WATER AND CLIMATE FORECASTS ?
P.T. Hayman and J.E. Turpin

EVALUATION OF WAGGA WAGGA SHIRE WHEAT YIELDS USING SIMULATED PRODUCTION AND WATER BALANCE
M. Stapper

NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF WHEAT ON ACID AND LIMED SOILS IN SOUTHERN NSW
L.J.C. Castleman1, B.J. Scott1, W. Slattery2 and M.K. Conyers1.

MANAGEMENT OF PRIME QUALITY HIGH PROTEIN WHEAT IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
H.A. Reimers1, M. Miyan1, G. Hollamby1, R. Holloway2, P. McCormack2, G. McDonald3, A. Rathjen3, R. Saunders4 and R. Wheeler5

ORGANIC FARMING - NOW AND THE FUTURE
C.M. Penfold and M.S. Miyan

SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE - USING BEST PRACTICE TO MANAGE THE PARADOXES FACING LAND MANAGERS AND AGRONOMISTS
R.T. Williams and J.J. Walcott

Poster Papers

A farming systems study at Nindigully, South-West Queensland
G.A. Thomas1, R.C. Dalal1, E.J. Weston2, C.J. Chicken1, K.J. Lehane2, A.J. King1, D.N. Orange1 and G.T. McNamara1

Farmscape online: using the Internet for supporting interactions among farmers, advisers and researchers
D.M.G. Hargreaves1, P. Dobson2, R.L. McCown1, Z. Hochman1 and P.L. Poulton1

EVALUATION OF PARTICIPATIVE APPROACHES TO RD&E: A CASE STUDY OF FARMSCAPE
J.A. Coutts1, Z. Hochman2, M.A. Foale2, R.L. McCown, 2, and P.S. Carberry2

VARIATIONS IN WHEAT YIELDS BEHIND WINDBREAKS IN SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND
B. George-Jaeggli1, H. Meinke2, P.S. Carberry2, A. de H. N. Maia3 and P. Voller4

Shelterbelts and wheat production in North East Victoria
M. C. Crawford1, P. A. Noble2 and P. J. Haines1

PERMACROPPING INTO A PERENNIAL NATIVE PASTURE BASE
D. Cluff1, C. Seis2 and C.E. Jones3

CHANGES IN BOTANICAL COMPOSITION UNDER FREE-RANGE CHICKEN FARMING
M. M. Faried, E. H. Hoult, and H. Daniel

Crops and Pastures - a Profitable Combination for the Central Tablelands of NSW?
J.L. Christie, P.M. Dowling and H.I. Nicol

THE EFFECT OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS FERTILISERS ON BARLEY IN SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA
B.J. Foley

MANAGING ANNUAL PASTURES TO BENEFIT GRAIN AND OUT-OF-SEASON LAMB PRODUCTION
M.C. Crawford1, A.L. Avery1 and M.P. McCarthy2

GRAVEL AND CONVENTIONAL MOLE DRAINAGE FOR DRYLAND
CROPPING IN SE AUSTRALIA

T.H. Johnston and G.C. Scott

INCREASING THE BENEFITS OF IRRIGATION ON CROPPING LAND IN THE SOUTHERN MURRAY DARLING BASIN
S. Lolicato1, H.G. Beecher2, A. Varley3, J. Lacy3, D. Ugalde1 and K. Russell4

Water balance, growth and yield in Mallee fallow and continuously cropped rotations
M.G. O'Connell1, D.J. Connor2 and G.J. O'Leary1,3

AIRBORNE MULTISPECTRAL IMAGING AND PRECISION FARMING - THE SOUTH EASTERN AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE
D.W. Lamb, J.B. Medway and J.L. Lucas

EXTENSION AND DEMONSTRATION - THE FINAL KEYS FOR SUCCESSFUL ADOPTION OF CONSERVATION TILLAGE
Packer1, B. Butler2, M. Arrow3, J. Salmon4 and P. Matthews5

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