2005 Newsletters

Grassland Society of NSW – 2005 Newsletters

Volume 20, Number 1, 2005 (pdf file 115kb)

  • Editorial – Haydn Lloyd-Davies
  • Comment on Kyoto protocol – F S Hespe
  • Forage brassicas challenge oats’ range – Kathy Junor
  • PBranch Reports: Northern Tablelands Branch (C Harris) & Northwest Branch (L McCormack)
  • FObiturary – Dr Raymond Milton Moore – H. Lloyd Davies
  • Views on Kyoto Protocol – G Refshauge
  • Grain and Graze off to a flying start in Central West/Lachlan – L Roesner
  • Trees and pastures – finding a balance – P Simpson
  • Kaituna – persistent grazing lucerne – M Gout
  • Keeping the legume in mixed pastures with Potassium – J White
  • From the President’s Desk – M. Duncan

Volume 20, Number 2, 2005 (pdf file 562kb)

  • Editorial – Haydn Lloyd-Davies
  • Pasture Growth Rates for NSW – Now Available – W. McDonald
  • Water in Australia, EU, US: International Conference
  • Producers are Still Dealing with Drought in the Mudgee District – J. Kidston
  • Fertilising Native Pastures – is it detrimental, worthwhile or a waste of time? – M. Keys
  • Pastures at the Bookham Fertiliser Demonstration – M. Keys
  • 2004 Annual Conference – Grassland Society of South Australia – R. McIntosh
  • Getting the best from irrigated lucerne – M.A. Lattimore
  • 2005 Orange Conference – M. Uttley
  • Trees and Pastures – Finding a Balance (Part 2) – P. Simpson
  • From the President’s Desk – M. Duncan

Volume 20, Number 3, 2005 (pdf file 518kb)

  • Editorial – Haydn Lloyd-Davies
  • How Much Groundcover? – Warren McDonald
  • Northern Tablelands Branch Field Day Report Supplementary Feeding – Path to Profit or Pain in the Pocket – Carol Harris
  • Grazing Management Changes Needed in Future Droughts – Bob Freebairn
  • A Grain & Graze trial at Condobolin has introduced a perennial shrub to the cropping system to try to reduce profit variability on mixed farms from year to year – Libby Roesner
  • In the know about local Grain & Graze – Libby Roesner
  • Conference Report 2005 – Haydn Lloyd Davies
  • Trees and Pastures – Finding a Balance (Part 3) – Peter Simpson
  • From the President’s Desk – Mick Duncan
  • Australian Society of Animal Production – Haydn Lloyd Davies

Volume 20, Number 4, 2005 (pdf file 554kb)

  • Editorial – Haydn Lloyd-Davies
  • Report for the British Grassland Society on XX IGC, Dublin – C. Ferris
  • Monaro Grasslands Research & Demonstration Project (NSW DPI)
  • The soil food-web and its biological role in temperate pastures – K. Hutchinson & K.King
  • Extending white clover in the NSW dry margins – J. Ayres & L. Lane et al
  • Best practice for phosphorus fertiliser application on improved pasture in Victoria
  • The Cicerone Farms: under the microscope – Prof. J. Scott
  • Talaheni: More than a decade of success in managing saline watertables – J. Ive
  • From the President’s Desk – M. Duncan
  • Broadleaf weed seedlings of temperate crops and pastures – H. Lloyd Davies

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