2012 Newsletters

Grassland Society of NSW – 2012 Newsletters

Volume 27, Number 1, 2012 (pdf file 6600kb)

  • Editorial – Carol Harris
  • Get into the guts of worm control – Dr Stephen Love
  • Changing frequencies of occurrence of two annual medics on soils of the grazing lands of central New South Wales – 50 years of observation – opportunities, threats & realities – John Brockwell and Elainne M.A. Leach
  • Inspiring the next generation of agricultural scientists – Susanna Greig
  • 2012 NSW Hay and Silage Feed Quality Awards – Guidelines/Entry Form
  • Future investment in forage legumes: Let’s remind everyone how important it is? – Joe Bouton
  • From the President’s Desk – Mick Duncan


Volume 27, Number 2, 2012 (pdf file 3400kb)

  • Editorial – Carol Harris
  • Messina – a new salt and waterlogging tolerant annual pasture legume for southern Australia – PGH Nichols, NL Teakle, AL Bonython, RA Ballard, N Charman and AD Craig
  • On-line calculator to help beef producers maximise profit – Michael Beer
  • Research Update
  • Vale Haydn Lloyd Davies
  • Vale William Andrew (Drew) Wright
  • Key soil carbon messages – Susan Orgill
  • New Evercrop experiments in southern NSW – Geoff Casburn
  • RIRDC Rural Women’s Award – NSW/ACT – Allison Priest
  • Calling all livestock producers of southern Australia – Helen Burns
  • From the President’s Desk – Mick Duncan


Volume 27, Number 3, 2012 (pdf file 4200kb)

  • Editorial – Carol Harris
  • Grassland Conference at Wagga Wagga attracts 180 people
  • The evaluation of temperate perennial pasture legume species for a low to medium rainfall environment in Tasmania – Eric Hall, Andrea Hurst and Bob Reid
  • Research Update
  • Top quality at Hay and Silage Awards – Neil Griffiths
  • Photos from the 2012 Grassland Society of NSW Conference
  • Annual and biennial legume evaluation in northern NSW – Suz Boschma, Graham Crocker, Greg Lodge, Steve Harden and Lester McCormick
  • Measuring Greener Pastures
  • From the President’s Desk – Mick Duncan


Volume 27, Number 4, 2012 (pdf file 1700kb)

  • Editorial – Carol Harris
  • What is the optimum plant density for tropical perennial grass – Lester McCormick
  • Local Land Services – implications for the Grassland Society of NSW – letter sent to NSW Govt from NSW Grassland Society
  • New edition of the popular “Pasture Varieties used in NSW” now available
  • Application of marker assisted selection in white clover (Trifolium repensL.) – M.Z.Z. Jahufer, A. Dunn, C.B. Anderson, B.K. Franzmayr, C.S. Jones and A.G. Griffi ths
  • Research Update
  • Seasonal production of coloured brome (Bromus coloratus Steud) cv. Exceltas, a new high quality perennial temperate pasture grass – Eric Hall and Andrea Hurst
  • Greenhouse gases and liming
  • Making more from phosphorus
  • New lucerne publication