PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 13 Issue 2, 1998

 

Contents

 

Review

The Biology of Australian Weeds 34. Ulex europaeus L.

R.G. Richardson and R.L. Hill.  (No abstract)

46

Proceedings: The Nassella workshop

Identification of South American tussock weeds.

Neville Walsh.  Abstract

59

The distribution and impact of South/North American stipoid grasses (Poaceae: Stipeae) in Australia.

D.A. McLaren, V. Stajsic and M.R. Gardener.  Abstract

62

The economics of serrated tussock in New South Wales.

R.E. Jones and D.T. Vere.  Abstract

70

The biology of Nassella and Achnatherum species naturalized in Australia and the implications for management on conservation lands.

M.R. Gardener and B.M. Sindel.  Abstract

76

Biological and ecological impact of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.) on pastures in Australia.

M.H. Campbell.  Abstract

80

Land management of Nassella areas – implications for conservation.

Colin Hocking.  Abstract

86

Management of serrated tussock in farming areas.

Lisa Miller.  Abstract

91

The transmission of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma) seeds through the sheep rumen and their viability after ingestion.

Cathy Cook.  Abstract

93

Biological control of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma): Is it worth pursuing?

D.T. Briese and H.C. Evans.  Abstract

94

Serrated tussock in Tasmania.

Christian Goninon.  Abstract

98

Fungi in Victoria with biological control potential for Nassella trichotoma (serrated tussock).

I.P. Hussaini, A.C. Lawrie and D.A. McLaren.  Abstract

99

Efficacy of herbicides against serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma) in a pot trial.

Alice Melland and David McLaren.  Abstract

102

Outcomes from the Nassella workshop  (No abstract)

103

Letters to the editor

104