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  • Cunningham, Saul (2015-06-30)
    Bee hives are sometimes placed near cotton fields where there is a risk that they will be exposed to pesticides such as fipronil. In recent years there have been instances of bee death that have caused concern for beekeepers. ...
  • Murray, Edwina (The University of Sydney, 2016-06-30)
    The introduction of transgenic cotton within the cotton industry has allowed for increased yields due to decreased losses from insect activities. The main pests which have been targeted through the genetic modification ...
  • Day, Peter (National Program for Sustainable Irrigation, 2010-06-30)
    The National Program for Sustainable Irrigation and its predecessors have invested in irrigation research for nearly two decades covering topics at the field, farm and catchment scales; and issues ranging from storage ...
  • Zivec, Peta (Griffith University, 2014-06-30)
    Regeneration is poorly understood for most common riparian plant species of inland Australia, despite their ecological and cultural significance, widespread distributions and concern, in many places, over their condition ...

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