PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 11 Supplement 1, 1996

 

Contents

 

Wild oats, annual ryegrass and vulpia workshop

Preface.

182

Wild oats—what is the problem?

R.W. Medd.  (No abstract)

183

Ecology of wild oats.

R.W. Medd.  (No abstract)

185

Cultural weed management of wild oats.

B.S. Nietschke.  (No abstract)

187

Chemical weed management of wild oats.

B.S. Nietschke and R.W. Medd.  (No abstract)

190

Why annual ryegrass is a problem in Australian agriculture.

Gurjeet S. Gill.  Abstract

193

Ecology of annual ryegrass.

Gurjeet S. Gill.  Abstract

195

Cultural management of annual ryegrass.

J.M. Matthews.  (No abstract)

198

Chemical management of annual ryegrass.

J.M. Matthews.  (No abstract)

200

Why vulpia is a problem in Australian agriculture.

G.R. Code.  (No abstract)

202

The ecology of vulpia.

P.M. Dowling.  (No abstract)

204

Cultural weed management of vulpia.

D.L. Michalk and P.M. Dowling.  (No abstract)

207

Chemical weed management of vulpia.

David Bowran and Alexandra Wallace.  (No abstract)

211

Allelopathy in annual grasses.

J.E. Pratley.  (No abstract)

213

Biological control of annual grass weeds—progress and prospects.

S.D. Hetherington and B.A. Auld.  (No abstract)

215

Economic factors influencing control and management decisions for annual grasses in crops and pastures.

John Moore.  (No abstract)

217

Developments in grass weed management in a mixed farming situation.

B.J. Butler.  (No abstract)

222

Industry perspectives of annual grass management and control in Australian agriculture.

J.M. Swain.  (No abstract)

223

Annual grass weeds: workshop overview and appraisal.

P.M. Martin.  (No abstract)

224

Recommendations identified by the workshop for annual grass weeds.

R.W. Medd, B.S. Nietschke, G.S. Gill, J.M. Matthews, P.M. Dowling, D.L. Michalk and R.D. Cousens.  (No abstract)

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