1984 Journal Papers

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President's invitation address: resource allocation and institutional arrangements for food and forage crop breeding in New Zealand

T.P. Palmer pp. 1-8


Analysis of the control of crop growth by nutrient supply

J.G. Buwalda pp. 9-16


An evaluation of the nitrate sap test for use on spring-sown wheat

N.J. Withers and F. Palenski pp. 17-21


The effect of nitrogen management and paddock history on barley growth and yield

S.B. lsmail and N.J. Withers pp. 23-30


The effects of four nitrogen fertilizers and the timing of their application on grain yield in winter-sown wheat

R.C. Stephen, D.J. Saville and T.N. Kemp pp. 31-34


Barley responses to nitrogen fertiliser in Otago and Southland

W.H. Risk, G.G. Cossens, S.F. Crosbie and P.B. Greenwood pp. 35-38


Prospects for renewed cereal grain production in the northern North Island

J.A.D. Anderson and J.M. McEwan pp. 39-41


Cultivar evaluation for disease and yield delivery index in winter-sown wheat recommended list trials

P.A.G. Elmer and R.G. Gaunt pp. 43-46


The use of nearest neighbour (nn) models in field trials

D. Baird pp. 47-50


Nearest neighbour analysis of two barley trials

R.B. Wynn-Williams, G.E. Ovenden and E. Stevenson pp. 51-53


Summer forage production from field peas

S.D. Armstrong, W.A. Jermyn, A.C. Russell and R.A. Banfield pp. 55-56


The efficacy of substituting field crops for pasture for flushing ewes

K.T. Jagusch, K.S. MacLean and B. Dow pp. 57-59


Autumn-sown forage legumes for intensive arable cropping systems

C.G. Janson pp. 61-64


The prediction of cool-season forage oat yield using temperature and solar radiation data

K.A. Hughes, A.J. Hall, P.W. Gandar, J.P. Kerr and N.J. Withers pp. 65-69


Analysis of responses of field peas to irrigation and sowing date 1. Conventional methods

D.R. Wilson, P.D. Jamieson and R. Hanson pp. 71-74


Analysis of responses of field peas to irrigation and sowing date 2. Models of growth and water use

P.D. Jamieson, D.R. Wilson and R. Hanson pp. 75-81


Modelling tillering and yield formation in spring-sown Karamu wheat

P.W. Gandar, D.S. Bertaud, J.A. Cleghorn, N.J. Withers and T.W. Spriggs pp. 83-88


Modelling tillering and yield formation in spring-sown Mata barley

P.W. Gandar and D.S. Bertaud pp. 89-94


Nitrogen uptake and transfer from spring-sown lupins, barley or fallow to a ryegrass test crop

B.A. McKenzie and G.D. Hill pp. 95-99


Response of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) to inoculation and nitrogen fertilizer application

L.G. Hernandez and G.D. Hill pp. 101-104


The culture and yield of sorghum for forage and sugar in Northland

G.J. Piggot and C.A. Farrell pp. 105-109


The establishment and yield of paspalum in Northland

G.J. Piggot pp. 111-115


Potential evapotranspiration and pasture growth in Canterbury

R.J. Martin pp. 117-124


The use of a microcomputer for pasture management on a sheepfarm in the pumice country

J.A. Baars, M. Hanna and L. Hill pp. 125-129


Effects of rotational grazing and set stocking on pasture production under sheep grazing

J.A. Baars, K.T. Jagusch, R.A. Littler and P.A. Farquhar pp. 131-134