7. Grain Legumes


Immediately below are PDF files of individual papers from the Agronomy Society of New Zealand Special Publication No. 7 published in 1991 from the Grain Legumes: National symposium and workshop held at Lincoln College, Canterbury on 11-12 December 1989.

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Grain Legumes for Food and Trade - Convenor: J.G.H. White

1.

World production and trade in grain legumes

G.D. Hill pp. 1-5

2.

Trade in winter grain legumes: a South Australian perspective

R. Rees pp. 7-13

3.

Grain legumes some nutritional aspects

G.P. Savage pp. 15-19

4.

Grain legumes in the human diet

M. Price & M.E. Gibbs pp. 21-26

5.

The inclusion of lentil flour in bread

G.P. Savage, M.E. Gibbs & J.R. Sedcole pp. 27-31

Grain Legumes for Food and Trade Workshops - Reports by Workshop Convenors

6.

Added value to legume products

Convenor: G.D. Hill p. 33

7.

Quality control and requirements

Convenor: R. Rees pp. 34-35

8.

Utilization of legumes - the present and future

Convenor: G.P. Savage pp. 35-36

Legume Research Present and Future - Convenor: G.D. Hill

9.

Genetic engineering for grain legume improvement

J.E. Grant, G.M. Timmerman and A.J. Conner pp. 37-42

10.

Models for analysing the growth and yield of pea crops

D.R. Wilson, P.D. Jamieson and D.J. Moot pp. 43-48

11.

Pea growth modelling: response of N fixation to drought

D.L. McNeil and S. Marquez Berber pp. 49-50

12.

Plant growth regulators and grain legumes

R.J. Field, G.D. Hill, H.J. Attiya and H. Effendi pp. 51-57

Legume Research Present and Future Workshops - Reports by Workshop Convenors

13.

Management options

Convenor: D.R. Wilson p. 59

14.

Problem areas for research

Convenor: J.G.H. White p. 60

15.

Production opportunities and availability of new crops and cultivars

Convenor: W.A. Jermyn p. 61

The Unification of Marketing, Production and Research into Grain Legumes - Convenor: W.A. Jermyn

16.

Research and promotion of the United States dry pea and lentil industry

H. Blain pp. 63-67

17.

The Commodity Levy Act

N. Jenkins pp. 69-72

18.

The exporter’s viewpoint

B.J. Davidson pp. 73-75

19.

The farmers’ viewpoint

R. McDowell pp. 77-79

20.

A government response on research funding

M. Theron pp. 81-83

New and Continuing Opportunities - Grain legumes with potential in New Zealand - Convenor: D.L McNeil

21.

Lentil production in Canterbury

B.A. McKenzie pp. 85-88

22.

The potential of peanuts as a crop in New Zealand

J.A.D. Anderson pp. 89-92

23.

Chickpeas

D.L. McNeil pp. 93-95

24.

Navy bean production in Canterbury

B.A. McKenzie pp. 97-99

25.

Lupins

G.D. Hill pp. 101-104

26.

Vicia faba

G.D. Hill pp. 105-108

27.

Grain legumes in sustainable agricultural systems – a review

J.G.H. White pp. 109-115

Workshops - Final Workshop Reports on all sessions

28.

28. Reviews of all workshop sessions

Convenors: H. Blain, N. Jenkins and W.A. Jermyn pp. 117-120

Poster Papers

29.

Water, fungicides and host resistance affect development of Erysiphe pisi on pea leaves - an electron microscope study

R.E. Falloon, P.W. Sutherland and I.C. Hallett p. 121

30.

Recognition of lentil viruses

J.D. Fletcher p. 122

31.

A survey of pea and lentil viruses in the South Island of New Zealand

J.D. Fletcher, R.M. Beresford, R.M. Banfield, E.S. Stevenson and A.R. Wallace p. 123

32.

Breeding for resistance to pea seed-borne mosaic virus

J.D. Fletcher, D.S. Goulden, A.C. Russell and R.E. Scott p. 124

33.

Lentil management in mid-Canterbury

T.L. Knight, R.L. Martin and I.C. Harvey p. 125

34.

Trypsin inhibitor content of some locally grown pea cultivars

G.P. Savage and S. Deo p. 126