Conference 2005

 

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Table of Contents from the 20th Conference Proceedings

 

 

19-21 JULY 2003 – Orange NSW

 

“GRASS ROOTS & ALL”

 

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents 2005 

 

Invited Papers

Landscape indicators – “What your country is telling you” – BW Clements

Life under the soil surface in pasture systems – VVSR Gupta, MH Ryder and DK Roget

Operating a grazing property in a high rainfall tableland environment – Bruce Gordon

Soil assessment for pasture production that considers both physical and chemical factors in the topsoil and subsoil – DC McKenzie

Using soil assessment for pasture production that considers both physical and chemical factors in the topsoil and subsoil – Ben Watts

Endophyte – what is it and its significance in New Zealand pastoral agriculture – DE Hume, GP Cosgrove

Endophyte infected perennial ryegrass and tall fescue for New South Wales? – Warwick Wheatley

Natural Sequence Farming (NSF) – P Andrews, D Goldney, D Mitchell and P Newell

Strategic nitrogen use: viewing nitrogen as a feed supplement, not a fertiliser – Andrew Harborne

Lamb feeding – a simple and efficient system – RE White

The Sustainable Grazing on Saline Lands (SGSL) Program in New South Wales – John Powell, Luke Beange

Productive and profitable dual purpose winter wheats for tableland and slopes – RD Freebairn

Timing of forage cut affects feed yield, quality and seed set in subterranean clover – BS Dear, BF Hackney, GM Dyce and CA Rodham

Grazing management and pasture innovations: what’s best for your farming system? – K Behrendt

The shift from wool to meat – implications for conservation of tableland native grasslands – John Powell, Jan Powell

 

Poster and Contributed Papers

An optimum New England wool production system – R Marchant, S Hatcher

Monitoring ewe fat score aids management – S Hatcher, C Edwards, P Graham, P Johnston, M Lollback and R Marchant

Potassium uptake in plants and its relationship to grass tetany – MG Elliott

New annual legume cultivars – where do they fit? – BS Dear, BF Hackney, GM Dyce and CA Rodham

Annual pasture legumes for one year forage crops – BF Hackney, BS Dear, GM Dyce and CA Rodham

Evaluation of tall fescue varieties on the Northern Tablelands of NSW – CA Harris, J Lowien

Perennial grasses for medium to low rainfall areas – BF Hackney, BS Dear and RC Hayes

Pasture establishment on limed and unlimed soils – GD Li, MK Conyers, RJ Lowrie, RP Fisher and GJ Poile

Developing new forage plant for acid soils – GD Li, BS Dear and RC Hayes

Tropical grasses – do they have a role in both recharge and discharge environments in northern New South Wales? – SP Boschma, GM Lodge and MA Brennan

Shrub species for use in recharge areas in northern New South Wales– SP Boschma, GM Lodge and MA Brennan

Measuring soil water content to indicate the ability of different pasture species to dry the soil profile – MA Brennan, GM Lodge and SP Boschma

Mapping salinity variability of a discharge site on Calala Creek, North-West Slopes of New South Wales – SP Boschma, GM Lodge and MA Brennan

Using long term model simulations of soil water content of grazed pastures to predict the onset of drought on the North-West Slopes of New South Wales – GM Lodge, IR Johnson

Using long term seasonal rainfall records to predict the likelihood of above or below average total annual rainfall in a summer rainfall environment – GM Lodge

Grain & Graze: filling the feed gap with grazing wheats – KM Condon, KG McMullen

The development of a fodder radish suitable for multiple grazing, Ceres Graza – AV Stewart, D Baker

TopFodder Silage – N Griffiths, I Blackwood, J Piltz, A Kaiser and H Burns

 

 

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