2001 Journal Papers

Immediately below are PDF files of individual papers from the 31st Agronomy Society Conference held at Lincoln in 2001.  Please click on the title of interest to download the file:

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A predictive model of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) yield

M.R. Anwar, B.A. McKenzie, G.D. Hill and P.L. Peri  pp. 1-11


Methods for analysing multi-site plant variety trials. I. Estimating genotypic means at each site

G. Ye, D.L. Mcneil and G.D. Hill  pp. 13-24


Methods for analysing multi-site plant variety trials. II. Selection for yield and stability

G. Ye, D.L. Mcneil and G.D. Hill  pp. 25-33


Process of technology transfer at the start of the 21st Century

I.L. Ennis, W.T. Bussell, G.J. Pringle and F.A. Perry  pp. 35-38


Molecular mapping of durable stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis West.) resistence gene(s) in wheat

M. Imtiaz, M. Ahmad, M. Cromey, J. Hampton and D. McNeil  pp. 39-44


Nutrient and water effects on grain production in wheat - a combined model approach

P.D. Jamieson, J.B. Reid, S.K. Halse, C.S. Tregurtha and R.J. Martin pp. 45-52


Magnesium deficiency in crops and its relevance to arable farming in New Zealand - a review

M. Craighead pp. 53-62


Responses to magnesium fertilisers in wheat in Mid Canterbury

M.D. Craighead and R.J. Martin pp. 63-70


Effect of fertiliser rate and type on the yield and nitrogen balance of a Pukekohe potato crop

R.J. Martin, M.D. Craighead, P.H. Williams and C.S. Tregurtha pp. 71-80


Methods of estimating the amount of N required by a potato crop

R.J. Martin, M.D. Craighead, P.D. Jamieson and S.M. Sinton pp. 81-86


The influence of nitrogen and sulphur fertiliser on amino acid composition of wheat and barley grain

J.M. de Ruiter and D.P. Karl pp. 87-98


Growth potential of spring forage cereals for silage

J.M. de Ruiter pp. 99-107


An introduction to the analysis of agricultural systems

P.D. Kemp, D.J. Horne, J.I. Reid and I.M. Brookes pp. 109-114


Wheat yield responses to potassic fertiliser on Canterbury arable soils

R.C. Stephen pp. 115-119


Some factors affecting seed quality during the mechanical threshing of dwarf French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

M.M. Greven, B.A. McKenzie, J.G. Hampton, M.J. Hill and G.D. Hill pp. 121-126