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  • Wilson Lewis; Farrell, Tracey; Khan, Moazzem (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-02-01)
    Cotton stainers are recognised as occassional pests of cotton in Australia. Economic damage is unusual because of their incidental control when using broad spectrum insecticides for other pests; inability to survive; ...
  • Murray, David; Scholz, Brad; Lloyd, Richard; Rynne, Kerry (1994-08-09)
    Various parasitoids of heliothis have been considered in integrated pest management programs throughout the world. Despite the rhetoric that parasitoids have an important role in heliothis management, their niche in ...
  • Scott, Meridy (2013-06-05)
    Henricks Park was formed as a community project instigated by the Community Development Officer, and local artists of Injune district. Two blocks of land were donated to house the park. 60 willing volunteers from Injune, ...
  • Naylor, Geoffrey (CSIRO Textile and Fibre Technology, 2003-06-30)
    The commonly used Micronaire value for cotton is related to both fibre fineness and maturity. There is a need for a new measurement technique to separate these. This is of particular importance to the Australian industry ...
  • Gleeson, T (2001-11-01)
    Background, Key findings of Research project number SYN1 of the Social and Institutional Research Program of Land & Water Australia.
  • Land and Water Australia (2006-07-01)
    Here, we feature the five collaborative industry based programs that Land & Water Australia manages under its Industries Arena. These programs bring together investment from the rural RDCs, the Australian and state ...
  • Fittler,Jim; Reseigh,Jodie; Reid, Nick (2006-12-01)
    This Fact Sheet reports on the diversity of pasture types and pasture species on southern New England wool properties, and the relationships with soil type, grazing, fertiliser and cultivation.
  • Holdom, , D.G.; van de Klashorst, G. (1984-12-05)
    With increasing problems of resistance to chemical pesticides amongst cotton pests, especially Heliothis, more attention is being given to biological control agents, including pathogens. Pathogens are often more compatible ...
  • McDowell, Alice (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2007-02-23)
    Final Report Patterns of cotton lint, seed protein and seed oil accumulation in the field
  • Todd, A. J.; McBratney, A. B.; Odeh,I. 0. A. (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 1996-08-16)
    A three-year project to obtain baseline data describing the average soil condition in the lower Macintyre, Gwydir and Namoi valleys. A priority for this study is to establish a store of soil information (of known precision) ...
  • Plowman, Ian (2008-08-10)
    Whilst considerable investment has been made in research intended to improve industry practices, the extent of practice change sometimes falls short. Less research has been conducted in understanding why change is so ...
  • Social and Institutional Research Program (2006-02-01)
    This new publication provides you with a snapshot of some of Land & Water Australia's innovative social sciences research, which helps us to better understand and inform sustainable natural resource management (NRM) in ...
  • Reid, Peter; Constable, Greg; Ferguson,Greg (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 1996-08-16)
    The 1995/96 season saw the first occasion when CSIRO varieties with the Monsanto Ingard gene were tested on commercial farms. This article presents a summary of those trials.
  • Cape, Jeremy; Willis, Ailsa; Agbodo, Enyo (2002-10-18)
    As part of this project preliminary standards for AFIE were established, based on engineeringprinciples and the field experience of farmers and extension officers. An evaluation of theequipment was carried out in relation ...
  • SIRP (2007-02-01)
    This booklet summarises the outcomes of discussions about peri-urban natural resource management issues from a one day workshop of invited experts in May 2006. Land & Water Australia's Social and Institutional Research ...
  • Harden, John; Woods, , Nicholas (1988-08-17)
    The successful application of Agrochemicals involves an understanding of the:- target, product, equipment, droplet behaviour, and the environment.
  • Robertson, David; Lyle Clive; Chaffe, Robert; Soste, Leon; Wang, Q.J. (2009-08-17)
    This document was developed by the Irrigation Futures project team as a contribution to Goulburn-Murray Water's irrigation reconfiguration processes. It has been included as a chapter in the Shepparton Regional Atlas as a ...
  • Sindel, Brian; Jones, Christine; Johnson, Stephen (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 1998-08-14)
    Polymeria longjfolia (Polymeria take-all or Peak Downs curse)is a native Australian species. It is one of the 'take-all' weeds, so named because of the 'perennial, rhizomatous habit' of many of these weeds, ...
  • Forrester, , N.W.; Cahill, M. (1984-12-05)
    Numerous studies on the effect of the nectariless gene on insect pests of cotton have been carried out both overseas and in Australia. However most of the latter studies have been conducted under small plot conditions which ...
  • Titmarsh, Ian; McColl, Angus (1992-08-11)
    Cottongrowers in central Queensland (CQ) enjoy no advantage over southern counterparts in the range of insect pests that attack their crop. Heliothis species, rough and pink-spotted boll worms, and mirids are major pests ...

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