PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 20 Issue 1, 2005

 

Contents

 

Seminar proceedings: Urban grasslands, their management and restoration

Best practise management of Chilean needle grass (Nassella neesiana) in conservation reserves – the seedbank story.

Louise Beames, Colin Hocking and Peter Wlodarczyk.  Abstract

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People as the forgotten ecological element of lowland grassland ecology – new perspectives on values and management.

Colin Hocking.  Abstract

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Management strategies for preventing weed invasion in urban grasslands.

Nicholas S.G. Williams.  Abstract

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Effect of clipping and fertilizer addition on the feed value of Nassella neesiana (Chilean needle grass) during reproductive growth stages.

Charles Grech, David McLaren, David Chapman and Brian M. Sindel.  Abstract

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Integrated control of serrated tussock on a native grassland – more than one way to kill a cat!

Frances Overmars.  Abstract

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Invasive perennial grass weeds: a new fuel type?

John Stoner, Robyn Adams and Dianne Simmons.  Abstract

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Research reports

Response of glyphosate-resistant and susceptible biotypes of goosegrass (Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn.) to fertilizer use.

T.S. Chuah, S. Salmijah, Y.T. Teng and B.S. Ismail.  Abstract

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The economic impact of weeds in Australia.

Jack Sinden, Randall Jones, Susie Hester, Doreen Odom, Cheryl Kalisch, Rosemary James, Oscar Cacho and Garry Griffith.  Abstract

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Australian Scirtothrips aurantii Faure (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) only survived on mother-of-millions (Bryophyllum delagoense) in a no-choice trial.

A.G. Manners and K. Dhileepan.   Abstract

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Can Nassella neesiana, Chilean needle grass, be incorporated into a grazing management system in Australia?

M.R. Gardener, B.M. Sindel, R.D.B. Whalley and J.M. Earl.  Abstract

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