PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 16 Issue 3, 2001

 

Contents

 

Review

The Biology of Australian Weeds. 38. Lonicera japonica Thunb.

Peter A. Williams, Susan M. Timmins, Jeremy M.B. Smith and Paul O. Downey

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Research reports

A wedge shaped bluff plate air-assisted sprayer: III. High-speed, low volume herbicide spraying in dryland field cropping systems.

G.O. Furness, M.M. Wearne, J.J. Hastings, P.S. Barton and C.B. Dyson.  Abstract

101

Effect of dry heat on germination and viability of Cryptostegia grandiflora seeds.

Faiz F. Bebawi and Peter J. Row.  Abstract

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Control of Mimosa pigra by Phloeospora mimosae-pigrae: liquid culture production and application technique.

B.R. Hennecke, S. Chakraborty and M.L. Dale.  Abstract

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Can Australian native plants be weeds? Seminar

Can some Australian plants be invasive?

R.H. Groves.  Abstract

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Effects of the native environmental weed Pittosporum undulatum Vent. (sweet pittosporum) on plant biodiversity.

Trudi L. Mullett.  Abstract

117

Transcontinental invasions of vascular plants in Australia, an example of natives from south-west Western Australia weedy in Victoria.

J.P. Pigott.  Abstract

121

Australian plants as weeds in Victoria.

G.W. Carr.  Abstract

124

NGIA initiatives in environmental weed management.

Jolyon Burnett.  Abstract

125

Native plants as environmental weeds on the Mornington Peninsula.

Scott Coutts.  Abstract

127

Biological control of weedy native plants in Australia.

Eligio Bruzzese and Ian Faithfull.  Abstract

129

A challenge for our values: Australian plants as weeds.

Tim Low.  Abstract

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Book review

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