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1975 Journal Papers

Our recent 50th Anniversary celebrated our past and looked to the future... Our thanks to the Symposium's 18 sponsors, 31 speakers & 172 registrants for making it such a success.

Immediately below are PDF files of individual papers from the 5th Agronomy Society Conference held at Wellington in 1975.  Please click on the title of interest to download the file:

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Agronomy Society Papers

1.

Presidential address: The role of crops in animal production

R.C. Stephen pp. 1-4

2.

A preliminary evaluation of Lupinus cosentinii in Canterbury

G.D. Hill and P.E. Horn pp. 5-7

3.

Effect of irrigation on yield and yield components of sweet lupins

R. Stoker pp. 9-12

4.

A spacing and defoliation study with Unicrop lupins

N.J. Withers pp. 13-16

5.

An assessment of some forage crops in South Canterbury

C.T. Mortlock pp. 17-19

6.

An economic appraisal of double cereal cropping

D.J.G. Davies and B.A. Neilson pp. 21-26

7.

The influence of sowing date on marrow stem kale production

R.C. Stephen pp. 27-28

8.

Soyabean responses to sowing date in the Waikato and the implications for production

S.J. McCormick pp. 29-32

9.

Lucerne cultivars in New Zealand

T.P. Palmer, M.W. Dunbier, C.J. Janson and M. Woodhead pp. 33-36

10.

The effect of plant density on lucerne survival and performance on a stony soil on the Wairarapa plains

J.S. Bircham and W.M. Christieson pp. 37-40

11.

Spacing of tomatoes for machine harvesting

W.T. Bussell, M.S. Wraight and J. Burgmans pp. 41-43

12.

Comparison of systematic spacing and randomised block designs in a maize population study

C.B. Dyson and J .A. Douglas pp. 45-48

13.

Modelling evapotranspiration of a maize crop

J.P. Kerr and B.E. Clothier pp. 49-53

14.

Hormonal responses to environmental stress - a review

D. Cohen pp. 55-57

15.

Energy analysis for agricultural production systems

T.W. Spriggs pp. 59-61

Symposium: Maize and Sorghum in New Zealand Agriculture

16.

The potential for maize production in New Zealand

J. P. Kerr pp. 65-69

17.

Advances in maize production through agronomic research 1967/1975

S.J. McCormick and J.A. Douglas pp. 71-74

18.

Maize and sorghum silage - USA and UK experience

A.O. Taylor pp. 75-78

19.

Production responses and problems relating to the use of maize and sorghum grain in feedlots

W.J. Pryor pp. 79-80

20.

Maize and sorghum in the pig and poultry industries

O.P. Ryan pp. 81-83

21.

Maize silage for beef production - Hellaby's, Ruawai operation

R.F. Brown pp. 85-86

22.

Maize silage for beef production - Borthwicks, Feilding operation

A.R. Marshall pp. 87-89

23.

Maize silage for dairy production - description of a farm operation

R.W. Linton pp. 91-94

24.

Machinery for silage making storage and feeding out

G.H. Tullock pp. 95-97

25.

Organisation of research into aspects of forage farming

G.W. Butler pp. 99-100