1978 Journal Papers


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Agronomy Society Papers

1.

Presidential address: Seed protein crops - What are their future?

N.J. Withers pp. 1-4

2.

Presidents invitation address: Maize-soybean rotations and continuous cropping in northern United States

G.E. Richards pp. 5-9

3.

Response of malting barley cultivars to different levels of P, with or without N supplement, in southern North Island

P. Wauchop and J. Field-Dodgson pp. 11-13

4.

Development and yield of safflower in relation to sowing date and density

S.J. McCormick and D.L. Thomsen pp. 15-18

5.

A comparison of precision and non-precision drilling of maize for grain

C.B. Dyson and J.A. Douglas pp. 19-22

6.

Yield and water use of sweet lupins

R. Stoker pp. 23-26

7.

Effect of plant population on seed yield and yield components of field peas

P.G. Falloon and J.G.H. White pp. 27-30

8.

A survey of commercial field bean (Vicia faba L.) crops in Canterbury

S.D. Newton and G.D. Hill pp. 31-35

9.

Effect of time of sowing and row spacing on yield and seed composition of Glycine max cv. Fiskeby V and Lupinus angustifolius cv. Unicrop

G.D. Hill, V.P. Briones and N.G. Porter pp. 37-42

10.

Effect of stage of growth and season on yield of lucerne and on in vitro digestibility of the whole plant and its component parts

E. Thom pp. 43-46

11.

A comparison of dry matter production from medium stemmed and Maris Kestrel marrowstem kales

R.C. Stephen, R.C. McDonald and A. Kelson pp. 47-50

12.

Late-winter forage yields of early-autumn-sown cereals and ryegrasses in northern Canterbury

R.C. Stephen, T.N. Kemp and B.W. Todd pp. 51-54

13.

The significance of Ascochyta leaf and pod spot disease in field bean (Vicia faba L.) crops in Canterbury, 1977-78

R.E. Gaunt, P.S. Teng and S.D. Newton pp. 55-57

14.

An analysis of yield components of major tiller orders of Kopara wheat

J. Fraser and C.T. Dougherty pp. 59-62

15.

The drying of hay and wilted silage in the field

B.E. Clothier pp. 63-67

16.

Solasodine production from Solanum laciniatum in the South Island of New Zealand

D.J.G. Davies and J.D. Mann pp. 69-71

17.

Yield and nutrient composition of seventeen Lupinus mutabilis lines

P.E. Horn and G.D. Hill pp. 73-77

18.

The influence of row spacing and date of sowing, on the dry matter production of greenfeed maize

R.C. Stephen, R.C. McDonald and A. Kelson pp. 79-81

19.

Early generation selection for milling quality

W.B. Griffin pp. 83-85

Symposium: Marketing of New Zealand Agricultural and Horticultural Cultivars

20.

Marketing agricultural products with reference to improved cultivars

P.S. Ferens pp. 89-92

21.

The seed merchants viewpoint

S.J. Tait pp. 93-94

22.

The commercial plant breeders perspective

R.S. Gowans pp. 95-96

23.

A government plant breeders viewpoint

G.W. Butler pp. 97-98

24.

The farmer as the consumer

J.D. Simpson pp. 99-100

Symposium - Animal Production from Pastures - Overcoming Limitations of a Seasonal Feed Deficit

25.

Pasture constraints to sheep production

P.V. Rattray pp. 103-108

26.

Pasture constraints on beef production

T.F. Reardon pp. 109-114

27.

Pasture constraints on dairy production

A.G. Campbell and A.M. Bryant pp. 115-118

28.

Aspects of the feeding value of pasture

M.J. Ulyatt pp. 119-122

29.

Improved species and seasonal pasture production

J.A. Lancashire pp. 123-127

30.

Tactical use of fertiliser nitrogen

T.R.O. Field and R. Ball pp. 129-133

31.

Meeting deficits in feed supply by pasture conservation

R. Marsh pp. 135-140

32.

Quality pasture silage for off paddock self-feeding of beef cattle

H.W.J. Buchanan pp. 141-142

33.

Some factors governing the nutritive value of brassica crops

T.N. Barry pp. 143-148

34.

Crops as supplements to pastures for finishing lambs

K.J. Jagusch, P.V. Rattray and W.J. Sorrenson pp. 149-155

35.

A greenfeed sorghum and sub-clover system for dairy production

I.J. Jurlina pp. 157-158

36.

Quality pasture silage and maize silage on a large factory supply dairy farm

R.D. Wallace pp. 159-160

37.

Conservation based forage crop systems for major or complete replacement of pasture

A.O. Taylor and K.A. Hughes pp. 161-166

38.

The use of crop grazing systems for animal production

R.C. Stephen and R.C. McDonald pp. 167-172