1972 Journal Papers


Immediately below are PDF files of individual papers from the 2nd Agronomy Society Conference held at Palmerston North, Manawatu in 1972.  Please click on the title of interest to download the file:

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1.

President's address: Morality and partnership in crop production

H.C. Smith pp. 1-3

2.

The effects of time of application of nitrogen on seed yield of ‘Grasslands Ruanui’ ryegrass

M.J. Hill pp. 5-10

3.

Method of seedbed preparation - effects on maize (Zea mays L.) and barley (Hordeum sativum Jess) yields

P.C. Palmer, A. G. Mackay and B.P. O'Connor pp. 11-20

4.

A maize (Zea mays L.) crop rotation-study in Poverty Bay

J.A. Douglas, D.P. Sinclair and T.E. Ludecke pp. 21-29

5.

The use of small plots and a small harvester in the evaluation of barley cultivars

A.D. Hall pp. 31-37

6.

The use of a systematic spacing design in plant population studies

J.A. Douglas and C.B. Dyson pp. 39-47

7.

Field evaluation of Zephyr barley

J.P. Malcolm and W.J. Thompson pp. 49-55

8.

The yield performance of five recently released potato cultivars

L.W. Blackmore, J.A. Douglas, E.N. Honore and C.C. McLeod pp. 57-63

9.

Some problems with the introduction of a new bean crop to New Zealand

J. Palmer pp. 65-71

10.

Cultivation of Solanum in Canterbury

R.F. Fryer pp. 73-84

11.

Some effects of cycocel and ethrel on maturity, yield and keeping quality of onions (Allium cepa L.)

W.T. Bussell pp. 85-93

12.

The establishment of lucerne (Medicago sativa L.) with cover crops

T.P. Palmer and R. Wynn-Williams pp. 95-110

13.

Micrometeorological instrumentation

J.S. Talbot and J.P. Kerr pp. 111-124

14.

The effect of nematodes on the growth and utilisation of phosphorus by white clover on a yellow-brown loam (Summary Only)

J.P. Widdowson, W.B. Healy and G.W. Yeates pp. 125-126

15.

Stomatal pores – The link between leaf and atmosphere (Summary Only)

H.G. McPherson p. 127

16.

Link between leaf and evapotranspiration rates of lucerne (Medicago sativa L.), paspalum (Paspalum dilatatum) and maize (Zea mays L.) (Summary Only)

J.P. Kerr and J.S. Talbot p. 128