PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 11 Supplement 2, 1996

 

Contents

 

Thistle management workshop

Preface.

231

Aspects of thistle population dynamics with reference to Onopordum.

W.J. Pettit, D.T. Briese and A. Walker.  Abstract

232

The demography of Carduus nutans as a native and an alien weed.

T.L. Woodburn and A.W. Sheppard.  Abstract

236

Necessary background for studies in the taxonomy of Onopordum in Australia.

P.W. Michael.  Abstract

239

Longevity of soil based seeds of Onopordum illyricum.

C.J. Allan. and P.J. Holst.  Abstract

242

Impact of seed reducing natural enemies on weediness of thistles.

A.W. Sheppard.  Abstract

243

Ecology of Cirsium vulgare and Silybum marianum in relation to biological control.

E. Bruzzese.  Abstract

245

The contribution of biological control to the management of thistles.

T.L. Woodburn and D.T. Briese.  Abstract

250

Potential of native pathogens for control of saffron thistle.

N.S. Crump, G.J. Ash and A. Nikandrow.   Abstract

254

The use of pathogens native to Europe to control thistles in southern Australia.

R.H. Groves and J.J. Burdon.  Abstract

256

The potential of the fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum as a biological herbicide for controlling thistles in pasture.

G.W. Bourdôt and I.C. Harvey.  Abstract

259

Estimating the impact of control efforts: models of population dynamics.

K. Shea.  Abstract

263

Interference between pasture plants and thistles—a review.

G.W. Bourdôt.  Abstract

265

Targeted grazing of thistles using sheep and goats.

P.J. Holst and C.J. Allan.   Abstract

271

Herbicide management and thistle control—how to avoid resistance.

K.C. Harrington.  Abstract

273

Herbicide techniques for thistle management.

J.J. Dellow.  Abstract

276

The relevance of variation in thistles to herbicidal control.

J.R. Peirce.  Abstract

277

Practical problems with existing thistle control: Where is more research needed?

D. Minehan.  Abstract

279

Thistle control: a farmer perspective.

J. McGufficke.  Abstract

281

Landholder attitudes to Onopordum thistles and their control: A preliminary view.

D.T. Briese.  Abstract

281

Overview of thistle management in Australia.

B.M. Sindel.  Abstract

285

Workshop outcomes – a blueprint for research into the management of thistles.

D.T. Briese, T.L. Woodburn, D. Kemp and S. Corey.  (No abstract)

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