Poster Papers

FIELD APPLICATION OF VULPIA PHYTOTOXICITY MANAGEMENT:
A CASE STUDY

M. An, J. E. Pratley, and T. Haig

ANHYDROUS AMMONIA APPLIED AS COLDFLO™ TO WHEAT 
J.F. Angus1, V.S.S.R. Gupta2, A.J. Good3, G.N. Howe1, and G.D. Pitson4

EFFECTS OF CHILLING TEMPERATURES ON PHOTOSYNTHETIC RATE 
IN AUSTRALIAN PEANUT VARIETIES

M.J. Bell and A. Cruickshank

AN EXAMINATION OF THE REASONS FOR VARIATION AMONG CROP SPECIES IN THE UTILITY OF SOIL P TESTS - YIELD RESPONSES ON A FERROSOL
M.J. Bell1, G.R. Harch1, and P.W. Moody2

STRATEGIES TO REDUCE CADMIUM ACCUMULATION IN PEANUTS
M.J. Bell1, G.C. Wright1, M.J. McLaughlin, and A. Cruickshank1

PREDICTING GROWTH OF WHEAT FOLLOWING PASTURE
W.D. Bellotti1,2, A.D. Moore3, P.R. Grace1, and I.R. Trigg2

GRAZING MANAGEMENT OF LOTUS: A PARTICIPATORY APPROACH
M.J. Blumenthal1, P. Ampt2, Z. Hochman3 and J.F. Ayres4

IMPROVEMENT OF KANGAROO VALLEY PERENNIAL RYEGRASS
M.J. Blumenthal1, P.J. Cunningham2, K.S. Prakash1 and A. Leonforte2

EFFECT OF DIFFERENT INTENSITIES OF DROUGHT AND DEFOLIATION UPON THE MORTALITY OF PERENNIAL GRASSES
S.P. Boschma1, M.J. Hill2, J.M. Scott1, and G.G. Rapp2

COMPENSATION IN SOYBEANS DUE TO ARTIFICIAL POD REMOVAL, A PREDICTOR OF COMPENSATION DUE TO INSECT DAMAGE
H.B. Brier1 and M.P. Zalucki2

A CHICKPEA CULTIVAR X POPULATION X ROW SPACE STUDY
IN SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND

R.B. Brinsmead, P.R. Thompson, and W.D. Martin

PADFERT 2
M.J. Cahill1, H.W. Cox2, I.C. Crosthwaite3, S.J. Huf4, and G.A. Harris5

THE EFFECT OF CROP SEQUENCE AND TILLAGE PRACTICE ON SOIL LOSS AND RUNOFF IN A SEMI-ARID ENVIRONMENT
C. Carroll, M. Halpin and P. Burger

FABA BEANS NEED HIGHER SEEDING RATES IN HIGH RAINFALL AREAS
J.M. Carter

RISKS TO STYLOSANTHES CULTIVARS FROM ANTHRACNOSE DISEASE
S. Chakraborty and D. Cameron

WATER QUALITY IN RUNOFF FROM NATURAL RAINFALL FROM DIFFERENT SURFACE MANAGEMENT TREATMENTS ON A MIAMIAN SOIL
IN CENTRAL OHIO, USA

A. Chengere1 and R. Lal2

CONSEQUENCES OF SOIL STRUCTURE DECLINE ON CROPPING 
IN SOUTH-EAST QUEENSLAND

R.D. Connolly and D.M. Freebairn

COMPARING ROTATION CROPS FOR SUSTAINABLE COTTON PRODUCTION
IN THE MACQUARIE VALLEY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

J.L. Cooper1, N.R. Hulugalle2, and P. Entwistle2

GLYPHOSATE: A RE-APPRAISAL OF THE THREAT TO CROP PLANTS
P.S. Cornish, A.A. Khurshid, N. Agarwal

Improving Nitrogen Application Decisions For Barley
H.W. Cox1, W.M. Strong2 and S. Fukai3

MEASURING PLANT-AVAILABLE SOIL WATER STORAGE CAPACITY IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA
N.P. Dalgliesh

SOIL SAMPLING TECHNIQUES FOR MONITORING WATER
AND NITROGEN

N.P. Dalgliesh

HOST SPECIFICITY OF THE ANNUAL MEDIC - RHIZOBIUM SYMBIOSIS
M.D. Denton 1, C.R. Hill 1, W.D. Bellotti 1, R.A. Ballard 2 and A.H. Gibson 3

PREDICTION OF EFFECTS OF SOIL WATER AND NITROGEN ON BARLEY QUALITY FOR MALTING USING A SIMULATION MODEL 
J. M. de Ruiter

EFFECT OF LONG-TERM APPLICATION OF PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZER ON BICARBONATE-EXTRACTABLE SOIL PHOSPHORUS IN A MYWYBILLA SOIL
C.W. Dowling

CHANGES IN NITROGEN AND ORGANIC CARBON IN A MYWYBILLA CLAY FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS OF N FERTILISER RATES TO NINE CROPS
C.W. Dowling

EVALUATION OF FOUR ZINC FERTILISER SOURCES IN TWO SOILS FROM THE DARLING DOWNS, QUEENSLAND
C.W. Dowling and I.B.Virgen

CAN VULPIA IN PASTURES BE CONTROLLED WITHOUT USING HERBICIDES?
P.M. Dowling and D.I. Pickering

THE EFFECT OF GOAT MANURE AND SOIL MOISTURE CONTENT ON TILLER NUMBER AND LEAF YIELD OF BRACHIARIA DECUMBENS OVER THREE GROWTH CYCLES
M.A.P. Duarsa1, I.M. Suarna2, I.W. Suarna2, I.B.G. Partama2 and N.N.C. Kusumawati2

EFFECT OF PLANT DENSITY ON DRY MATTER PRODUCTION, LIGHT INTERCEPTION AND YIELD OF FIELD PEAS 

C.B. Edmondson1 and R. Wheeler 2

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER OF EARLY SEEDING TECHNIQUES
IN LOW RAINFALL CROPPING ENVIRONMENTS

A.J. Fatchen and R.E. Holloway

Development and application of improved selection methods to produce new crops
R.J. Fletcher, G.E.A. Ferguson, G.M. Kregor, and C.H. McConnell

IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE MILLET/PANICUM INDUSTRY
R.J. Fletcher, S.P. Mitchell and Karyudi

CONTROL OF TAKE-ALL OF WHEAT WITH CHLORIDE, BREAK CROPS, FUNGICIDE, FUMIGATION AND MICRO-ORGANISMS 
P.A. Gardner1, G.D. Pitson2 and J.F. Angus1

THE EFFECTS OF A SULPHONYLUREA HERBICIDE ON ANNUAL MEDIC IN ALKALINE SOIL
D.L. Gillett and R.E. Holloway

HOWWET: TRACKING FALLOW SOIL MOISTURE 
S. Glanville, J. Dimes, and D. Freebairn

TOWARDS GENETIC MODIFICATION OF RUMEN BACTERIA FOR 
IMPROVED PASTURE FIBRE DIGESTION

K.S. Gobius, G.P. Xue, and J.H. Aylward

FORWARD ESTIMATES OF BARLEY PRODUCTION — A FEASIBILITY STUDY
P.J. Goyne1, D.G. Butler2, and J.M. Hare1

PASTURE STRATEGIES AND FERTILIZER TACTICS IN CEREAL-PASTURE FARMING - REWARDS AND RISKS
P.R. Grace1 and A.D. Moore2

ON FARM AND COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES TO SUPPRESS MOUSE PLAGUES
J.B. Griffiths1, S.C. Dunn1, S.L. Starbuck1, and D.A. Jones2

Productive Cropping Systems With High Water Use
P.J. Haines, A. Ellington, and K.F. Wilson

PASTURE CLEANING INCREASES CLOVER CONTENT OF SPRING PASTURE
L.J. Hamilton and J.E. Court

ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF NITROGEN FERTILISER ON OATS
Peter D Handson and Nick Layne

HIGH INPUT CROPPING: A VIABLE OPTION 
Peter D Handson and Richard Shirley

ESTIMATING SOIL WATER: TO KICK, TO STICK, TO CORE OR COMPUTE?
P.T. Hayman and I.J. Collett

TILLAGE AND STUBBLE EFFECTS ON WHEAT PRODUCTION IN 
TWO CONTRASTING SEASONS

D.P. Heenan and W.M. McGhie

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN YIELD OF GRAIN SORGHUM AND SOIL SALINITY
UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS

J.F. Holland, I.G. Daniells, R.R. Young, and A.L. Bernardi

MODELLING NITRATE LEACHING UNDER SUGARCANE USING APSIM-SWIM
K. Verburg1, B.A. Keating2, K.L. Bristow3, N.I. Huth2, and P.J. Ross3

SWIMV2 IN APSIM: AN INTEGRATED PLANT, SOIL WATER AND SOLUTE MODELLING FRAMEWORK
N.I. Huth1, B.A. Keating1, K.L. Bristow2, K. Verburgand P.J. Ross2

NATIONAL HERBICIDE RESISTANCE EXTENSION PROGRAM
M. Incerti1, A. Bishop2, R. Britton3, J. Dellow4, J. Holmes5, A. Storrie6 and S. Walker7

ANALYSING WHEAT BIOMASS AND GRAIN YIELD RESPONSE TO DROUGHT USING AFRCWHEAT2
P.D. Jamieson1, R.J. Martin1, G.S. Francis1, and J.R. Porter2

STYLOSANTHES SP. AFF. SCABRA, A NEW STYLO FOR HEAVY SOILS
P.I. Jansen and L.A. Edye

NITROGEN FIXATION BY POTENTIAL LEY PASTURE LEGUMES 
FOR CENTRAL QUEENSLAND: I - GLASSHOUSE STUDIES

S.B. Johnson1, K.B. Walsh1 and R.D. Armstrong2 

NITROGEN FIXATION BY POTENTIAL LEY PASTURE LEGUMES FOR CENTRAL QUEENSLAND: II - FIELD STUDIES
S.B. Johnson1, R.D. Armstrong2 and K.B. Walsh1

AN EVALUATION OF ACACIA SALIGNA AS A MAINTENANCE FORAGE
FOR SHEEP

T.H. Johnston

How bad is the drought? using a cropping systems model to assess severity of drought
B.A. Keating1, J.P. Dimes2 and R.L McCown2

APSIM - SUGAR: A MODELLING FRAMEWORK FOR SUGARCANE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
B.A. Keating1, M.J. Robertson2, R.C. Muchow3, and N.I. Huth1

AN AUDIT OF FARMING AND FALLOW MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 
IN SOUTH QUEENSLAND

C. Knowles-Jackson

A MUNGBEAN CULTIVAR X POPULATION X ROW SPACING STUDY

G. Littlejohns1, L. Heuke2, R. Brinsmead3, J. Holland1 and P. Thompson

 

VARIATION IN NATURALISED MEDICAGO POLYMORPHA COLLECTED FROM INLAND EASTERN AUSTRALIA: 11 - QUEENSLAND
D.L. Lloyd1, R.R. Young2, K.C. Teasdale3, B. Johnson1 and M. O’Neill4

THE EFFECT OF WATERLOGGING ON THE PERFORMANCE OF 
PERENNIAL PASTURE

S.E. Maher, R.L. Greenslade and C.L. Noble

TIMING OF DROUGHT DOES NOT AFFECT FIELD PEA YIELDS 
R.J. Martin, P.D. Jamieson, and D.R. Wilson

Catching weed seeds at harvest: a method to reduce annual weed populations
J. Matthews1, R. Llewellyn1, R. Jaeschke2 and S. Powles1

MEASURING SPATIAL VARIATION WITHIN PASTURES
C.K. McDonald and J.J. Hodgkinson

SPATIAL ESTIMATION OF RAINFALL USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK
D. Midya2, A. K. S. Huda2 and W. Zhou3

ARE WHEAT SEEDLINGS INTELLIGENT?
S.P. Mitchell and R.J. Fletcher

PERFORMANCE OF LATHYRUS SPP. IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA 

M.S. Miyan1, W.D. Bellotti1, P.D. Carpenter1, A. McCord2, and J. Egan3

LIGHT INTERCEPTION AS A FACTOR IN SEED AND GUM YIELD OF GUAR
H.E. Murphy, R.J. Fletcher, and N. Caffin

HERBICIDE RESISTANCE IN WILD OATS AND ANNUAL RYEGRASS
B.S. Nietschke1, R.S. Llewellyn1, T.G. Reeves1, J.M. Matthews2, and S.B. Powles2

Crop rotation effects on a soil in summer rainfall Australia
M.R. Norton1, M.M. Crowther1, R.D. Lang2, K. King3, K.J. Hutchinson3 and R. Murison4

WINDBREAK RESEARCH IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
I.K. Nuberg, S.J. Mylius, and T.G. Reeves

SOIL WATER BALANCE OF FALLOW AND NON-FALLOW CROPPING SYSTEMS IN THE MALLEE
M.G. O'Connell1, G.J. O'Leary2 and D.J. Connor3

THE RESPONSE OF WILD OATS TO CLIMATE CHANGE
C.C. O'Donnell and S.W. Adkins

A FALLOW-WHEAT SYSTEM SIMULATION MODEL
G.J. O'Leary1 and D.J. Connor2

SOIL EVAPORATION ESTIMATION: A COMPARISON OF APPROACHES

Q.Y. Pang, I.R. Johnson, P.V. Lockwood and D.A. MacLeod 

 

SELECTION FOR WATER-USE EFFICIENCY IN GRAIN LEGUME SPECIES
G.C. Wright

PERENNIAL RYEGRASS AND TALL FESCUE RESPONSES TO WATER DEFICITS
P. Quigley1 and D. Hume2

LIMITATIONS TO NITROGEN FIXATION IN WHITE CLOVER DAIRY PASTURES
P. Quigley1, P. Riffkin1, and M. Peoples2

CONSERVATION TILLAGE PROVIDES BONUS CROPS
B.J. Radford and A.J. Key

VERTICAL INTEGRATION FROM PADDOCK TO PLATE: ADZUKI BEANS
R. Redden1 and P. Desborough2

MANAGEMENT STUDIES OF NEW NAVY BEAN VARIETIES
R. Redden1, W. Tompkins2 and A. Kelly3

GROWTH RESPONSES OF THREE SUMMER LEGUME SPECIES
R. Reddenand W. Tompkins

Multimedia campaign for agricultural extension
I. Reeve1 and D. Lincoln2

COMPOUND TRACE ELEMENT FERTILISERS SUPERIOR TO DRY BLENDS
F.H. Ripper

SHEEP RESPONSE TO SUPER PHOS
F.H. Ripper1 and K.J. Bell2

THE EFFECT OF NITROGEN AND DEFOLIATION TIMING ON OAT / MEDIC MIXTURES
G.N. Roberts, P.G. Tow, and E.D. Carter

PRISM: APPLYING BIOECONOMIC MODELS TO FARM MANAGEMENT ISSUES
J.B. Robinson1, B.F. Kearns, E.L. Armstrong1 and G.J. Butler1

EFFECT OF NURSERY FERTILIZER APPLICATION AND SEEDLING AGE ON THE GROWTH AND YIELD OF A TRADITIONAL RICE CULTIVAR IN THE 
RAINFED LOWLANDS OF CAMBODIA

C. Ros1, P.F. White1 and R.W. Bell2

COMPARATIVE WATER USE OF CROP ROTATIONS ON A SANDPLAIN SOIL.
J. J. Russell

THE EFFECT OF PROMOTING EARLY VIGOUR ON WHEAT YIELDS
UNDER THREE ENVIRONMENTAL REGIMES

D.H.G. Sloane1, T.G. Reeves1, G.K. McDonald2 and G.K. Hollamby1

SPREADING THE WORD IN AGRONOMY
A.M. Starasts and R. Bowman

CROP MONITORING - EVALUATING FARMING PRACTICES 
IN A MARGINAL CROPPING ZONE

G.L. Stewart1,3, B.W. Ainsworthand A.J. Manley2

TARGETING CLIMATE FORECASTS TO CROPPING IN NE AUSTRALIA
R.C. Stone and G.L. Hammer

THE BENEFITS OF TREES FOR IMPROVING THE VALUE OF GRAZING PASTURES IN THE UPPER SOUTH-EAST OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
P.J. Taylor and I.K. Nuberg

MATCHING NITROGEN MANAGEMENT TO SOILS AND CLIMATE 
- A STRATEGIC ROLE FOR MODELS

E.C. Thomas1 and E.A. Gardner2

EFFECT OF PREVIOUS CROP ON IRRIGATED WHEAT YIELD
J.A. Thompson, H.G. Beecher, B.W. Dunn, and D.P. Heenan

ARE NITROGEN RESPONSES OF SPACED WHEAT PLANTS REPRESENTATIVE OF A FIELD CROP?
A.F. van Herwaarden1,2

TALL FESCUE BREEDING AND IMPROVEMENT
S. Venkatanagappa1D. FitzGerald2, R. Raleigh1, J. Rowe, and J. Arulthilakan1

WHITE CLOVER IMPROVEMENT AND BREEDING
S. Venkatanagappa, R. Raleigh, and J. Rowe.

MODELLING NITROGEN LOSSES UNDER SUGARCANE CROPS USING APSIM-SWIM
K. Verburg1, B.A. Keating2, K.L. Bristow3, N.I. Huth2, and P.J. Ross3

WATER BALANCE AND DRAINAGE IN DUPLEX SOILS
P.R. Ward, F.X. Dunin, and S.F. Micin

VEGETABLE GROWING SYSTEMS: IMPACTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT
A.T. Wells

THE POTENTIAL TO USE CARBON ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION AS A SELECTION TOOL TO IMPROVE WATER-USE EFFICIENCY IN SOYBEAN
D.S. White1,2, M.J. Bell1, and G.C. Wright1,2

MODEL ANALYSIS OF VARIABILITY OF MAIZE POTENTIAL PRODUCTIVITY 
IN A COOL CLIMATE

D.R. Wilson1 and R.C. Muchow2

EFFECTS OF METHANOL ON GROWTH, WATER USE AND YIELD OF BARLEY
D.R. Wilson, Ding Yonglin, and S.M. Sinton

THE ROUGH AND SMOOTH OF RAINFALL CAPTURE IN THE MARANOA
G. Wockner 1, D. Freebairn1, G. Hamilton2 and P. Rowlands3

THE APPLICATION OF TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
TO SUGARCANE RESEARCH AND EXTENSION PROGRAMS

A.W. Wood, T.C. Peatey, and L.J. Baker

COMPETITION AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ALEMAN GRASS
C. Wood, P. Pittaway, and L. Bahnisch

AGRONOMIC FACTORS AFFECTING PROTEIN CONTENT OF IRRIGATED SOYBEANS IN NORTHERN VICTORIA
K.E. Pritchard and D.J. Cesari