PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 15 Issue 3, 2000

 

Contents

 

Research reports

Crop-weed competition studies in French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.).

J.S. Mishra, V.P. Singh and V.M. Bhan.  Abstract

90

Can competition from Themeda triandra inhibit invasion by the perennial exotic grass Nassella neesiana in native grasslands?

Ian D. Lunt and John W. Morgan.  Abstract

92

Growth of alligator weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides (Mart.) Griseb. (Amaranthaceae)) and population development of Agasicles hygrophila. Selman & Vogt (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in northern New Zealand.

Carol A. Stewart, R. Bruce Chapman and Chris M.A. Frampton.  Abstract

95

Trends in invasion by alien woody plants of the New England region, New South Wales.

J.M.B. Smith.  Abstract

102

‘Which are my worst weeds?’ A simple ranking system for prioritizing weeds.

R.P. Randall.  Abstract

109

The effect of sheep and goat grazing on variegated thistle (Silybum marianum) populations in annual pastures.

D.F. Stanley, P.J. Holst and C.J. Allan.  Abstract

116

Effect of split applications of herbicides on the control of Hypericum perforatum L. (St. John’s wort) and regeneration of native grasses and annual clovers on non-arable land.

M.H. Campbell and H.I. Nicol.  Abstract

119

Weed Mapping Workshop

GIS – traps, maps and databases.

Ian Allan.  Abstract

123

Priority weed mapping in Melton Shire.

Megan Suter.  (No abstract)

125

Cheap, effective GIS aids catchment planning.

Rick Pope and Jacinta Burns.  (No abstract)

126

Is the application of remote sensing to weed mapping just ‘S-pie in the sky’?

Dave Bulman.  Abstract   View as HTML file

127

Mapping the future – PMIS and beyond.

J.R. Backholer.  Abstract

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