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Farming Systems 1: Rotations, N and Disease

Agronomic management for production of Prime Hard quality wheat in South Australia.
H.A. Reimers1, M.Miyan1, M.Bennie2, G.Hollamby1, R.Holloway2, G.McDonald3, A.Rathjen3 and R.Saunders4

Survey of Field Pea Production Practices in South Australia.
D.M. Peck and G.K. McDonald

The effect of Brassica crops on the level of mycorrhizal inoculum in soil
M.H. Ryan

Effect of soil-borne Ascochyta blight fungi on the grain yield of Field peas
T.W. Bretag, L.M. Smith and D.J. Ward

Blackspot Survival in Soil and Stubble and Aerial Dissemination through the Season
D.M. Peck 1, G.K.McDonald1 and J.A. Davidson2

Short-term rotations using the forage legume Lablab have a place in Central Queensland farming systems
K.McCosker1, S.Buck2, A. Schwarz3, P.Durkin4, and R.Kelly5

Growth of different plant species in pasteurised/fumigated and untreated sugarcane soils
A.L.Garside1, S. Berthelsen2 and R.C. Magarey3

Yield responses to breaking the sugarcane monoculture
M.J. Bell1, A.L. Garside2, N.V. Halpin3 and J.E. Berthelsen2

Species and management of fallow legumes in sugarcane farming systems
A.L. Garside1, M.J. Bell2, 3, J.E. Berthelsen1 and N.V. Halpin2, 4