2013 Journal Papers


Immediately below are PDF files of individual papers from the 43rd Agronomy Society Conference held at Tauranga, Bay of Plenty in 2013.  Please click on the title of interest to download the file:

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1.

Water and nitrogen use efficiency of forage kale crops

E. Chakwizira, R. Gillespie, S. Maley, M. George and A. Michel pp. 1-15

 2.

Irrigation management of autumn sown feed wheat

R.A. Craigie and H. E. Brown pp. 17-25

3.

Understanding nitrogen and water stress mechanisms on maize crops

M.J George, E.I. Teixeira, T.F. Herreman and H.E Brown pp. 27-32

 4.

Re-examining evapotranspiration models for crop water extraction in New Zealand

R.F. Zyskowski and H.E. Brown pp. 33-39

 5.

Effects of crop management on silage harvest timing for a new awnless barley (cv Monty)

J.M. de Ruiter and S. Maley pp. 41-54

 6.

Optimising maize planting date and hybrid selection using simulation modeling

R. Tsimba, G.O. Edmeades, J.P. Millner and P.D. Kemp pp. 55-62

7.

Environmental factors affecting bleaching in Marrowfat peas

M.E. Arnaudin and N.B. Pyke pp. 63-70

8.

Seed yield of three perennial ryegrass cultivars following treatment with Moddus® straw shortener

R.J. Chynoweth and D.J. Moot pp. 71-80

9.

Increasing wheat productivity through the use of early sowing and new generation fungicides

N.F. Poole, M.E. Arnaudin and R. Craigie pp. 81-95

10.

The potential of anaerobically digested crops to supply New Zealand rural fuel requirements

S. Trolove, L.H.J. Kerckhoffs, S. Heubeck and R. Renquist pp. 97-105

11.

Closed-loop N cropping system: new land uses to make rural biofuel

R. Renquist, S. Heubeck, S. Trolove and L.H.J. Kerckhoffs pp. 107-122

12.

RPR revisited (4): Optimising pasture production during the transition from soluble P to RPR; an overview

B.F. Quin and M. Zaman pp. 123-138

13.

Assessment of manuka provenances for production of high ‘unique manuka factor’ honey

G. Hamilton, J Millner, A. Robertson and J. Stephens pp. 139-144