PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 13 Issue 4, 1998

 

Contents

 

Towards an integrated management system for blackberry (Rubus fruticosus L. agg) workshop

Introduction.

R.H. Groves.  Abstract

151

Taxonomy and genotypes of the Rubus fruticosus L. aggregate in Australia.

K.J. Evans, D.E. Symon and R.T. Roush.  Abstract

152

Relationships between weedy and commercially grown Rubus species.

G. McGregor.  Abstract

157

The biology of blackberry in south-eastern Australia.

E. Bruzzese.  Abstract

160

Blackberry in New Zealand.

S.R. Pennycook.  Abstract

163

Economics of blackberries: current data and rapid valuation techniques.

R. James and M. Lockwood.  Abstract

175

Impact of blackberry on an endangered species.

J.D. Briggs.  Abstract

179

Herbicide responses of blackberry (Rubus fruticosus L. agg.) in Central Tablelands of New South Wales.

B.R. Milne and J.J. Dellow.  Abstract

180

The effect of Phragmidium violaceum (Shultz) Winter (Uredinales) on Rubus fruticosus L. agg. in south-eastern Victoria.

F.A. Mahr and E. Bruzzese.  Abstract

182

Control of blackberry in the New England region.

K.G. Waters.  Abstract

186

Blackberry control on farms.

Fran Sorensen.  (No abstract)

188

Regeneration of blackberry-infested native vegetation.

R.J.-P. Davies.  Abstract

189

Towards the integrated management of blackberry: Workshop summary and recommendations.

R.H. Groves, Jann Williams and R.T. Roush.  Abstract

196

Workshop participants.

199

Book reviews

200

Annual index 1998

201

Guide to contributors 1999

204