2007 Newsletters

Grassland Society of NSW – 2007 Newsletters

Volume 22, Number 1, 2007 (pdf file 526kb)

  • Editorial – Haydn Lloyd-Davies
  • Grassland Society of NSW Annual Travel Grant Application Form
  • Dual purpose wheats – dual purpose canolas? – H. Dove et al
  • Grain & Graze comes to the Border Rivers of NSW & Qld – C. Harris
  • NSWDPI receives a Grant to Study Locking up Carbon
  • Queanbeyan Conference – Call for Papers
  • Survey reveals widespread damage to roots of sub clover in autumn-winter
  • The future of Australian agriculture – Drought and climate change – J. Litchfield
  • From the President’s Desk – Mick Duncan

Volume 22, Number 2, 2007 (pdf file 680kb)

  • Editorial – Haydn Lloyd-Davies
  • The importance of ewes to drought recovery – S. Hatcher
  • Dry offers no break from worms – S. Love
  • To Lime or Not to Lime – M. Keys
  • Serrated Tussock in Native Pastures – A. Simmons
  • Managing Recruitment of Perennial Grasses within Existing Swards – R. Thapa
  • Vale Don Arnott
  • Promising New Perennial Grasses and Legumes for NSW from the Tasmanian Institute of Agricultural Research – E. Hall
  • From the President’s Desk – Mick Duncan

Volume 22, Number 3, 2007 (pdf file 704kb)

  • Editorial – Haydn Lloyd-Davies
  • Use of low rates of flupropanate for serrated tussock control – M.H. Campbell
  • Tropical grasses produce feed in difficult conditions – S. Murphy
  • Biserrula, hard seeded sub clovers, drought survivors – R. Freebairn
  • White clover breeding for Australia – J. Ayres, L. Lane, Z. Jahufer, D. Woodfield, R. Murison
  • An Economic Comparison of sheep grazing systems on the northern tablelands of NSW – Fiona Scott
  • Blayney Grasslands Field Day Tuesday May 1, 2007
  • Report on the 2007 NSW Grassland Society Conference-Queanbeyan – J. Scott
  • From the President’s Desk – Mick Duncan

Volume 22, Number 4, 2007 (pdf file 704kb)

  • Editorial – Haydn Lloyd-Davies
  • Lotus breeding for eastern Australia  – J. Ayres, L. Lane, W. Kelman
  • The mixed farming puzzle – McMaster putting the pieces together – C. Harris
  • NSW Department of Primary Industries – check out NSW DPI’s updated websites – P. Wright
  • Sowing Pastures – Will it pay? – M. Keys
  • Greater lotus in northern NSW – summary of a recent scientific paper – J. Ayres, W. Kelman
  • Canola hay & silage – cutting time & feed quality – N. Phillips
  • Carbon accumulation under zero tillage cropping on cracking clays – R. Young, B. Wilson
  • Making Better Fertiliser Decisions – N. Phillips
  • Evergraze 9. Using Perennials to boost ovulation rates in Merino ewes – S.M. Robertson et al
  • From the President’s Desk – Mick Duncan

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