6. Peas


Immediately below are PDF files of individual papers from the Agronomy Society of New Zealand Special Publication No. 6 published in 1987 from the Peas: Management for quality symposium organised in conjunction with the 1985 Agronomy Society Annual Conference held at Lincoln College, Canterbury.

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A.

Peas foreword

W.H. Risk p. iii

B.

Peas preface

B. Jermyn and G. Wratt p. iv

Part I - Peas in Arable Agriculture

1.

Peas and beans in European agriculture

G.P. Gent pp. 3-6

2.

The importance of peas in New Zealand arable agriculture

J.G.H. White pp. 7-11

3.

The contribution of dry pea production to increased arable production in Canterbury

R. Lough pp. 13-16

Part II - Husbandry

4.

Growing peas under irrigation

C.L. Freeman pp. 19-21

5.

New approaches to understanding the growth and yield of pea crops

D.R. Wilson pp. 23-28

6.

Use and misuse of fertilisers on peas

C.C. McLeod pp. 29-31

7.

Irrigation of field peas on a soil with impeded drainage

P .B. Greenwood and R.M. McNamara pp. 33-38

Part III - Diseases

8.

Recognition and control of foliar diseases of peas

J.W. Ashby, D.S. Goulden and A.C. Russell pp. 41-44

9.

Root rot and soil compaction problems of pea crops

R.E. Scott pp. 45-50

Part IV - Cultivars

10.

Pea cultivar development in New Zealand

W.A. Jermyn pp. 53-56

11.

Field pea cultivars

M.J. Kelly pp. 57-61

12.

Garden pea cultivars - adaptability and uses

R.J. Casey pp. 63-65

Part V - Utilisation

13.

Pea exports for seed and commodity

B. Gleeson pp. 69-71

14.

Processing peas

R.K. Cawood pp. 73-76

15.

Peas in animal feed compounding

O.P. Ryan pp. 77-80

16.

Pea glossary

Anonymous pp. 81-82