|Aspects of change on some North Coast dairy farms—J.V. Lovett||1–10|
|The effects of inoculation and nitrogen application on seedling growth and nodulation of Glycine wightii and Phaseolus atropurpureum in the field—P.C. Whiteman||11–16|
|Germination requirements and dormancy effects in seed of Urochloa mosambicensis—R.L. Harty||17–24|
|The response of a pangola grass pasture near Darwin to the wet season application of nitrogen—Kay Hendy||25–32|
|The effects of the interactions between seed inoculation, pelleting and fertilizer on growth and nodulation of desmodium and glycine on two soils in S.E. Queensland—A. Diatloff and P.E. Luck||33–38|
|Regeneration of a degraded buffel grass–Lucerne pasture—K.G. Rickert||39–44|
|Winter and summer growth of pasture species in a high rainfall are of south-eastern Queensland—M.C. Rees||45–54|
|Chemical control of Eupatorium adenophorum, Crofton weed—B.A. Auld||55–60|
|Available phosphorus levels in some soils of the eastern Darling Downs—R.M. Jones, R. Reeve and C.H. Thompson||61–63|
Notes and exhibits meeting held at the Cunningham Laboratory, St. Lucia, Brisbane on June 30, 1971.
Suitability of tropical pastures for milk production—T.H. Stobbs,
Measurement of grazing time of beef cattle—R.J. Jones, 69.
Recognizing a nodulation problem—A. Diatloff, 70.
Problems of seed production of Narok setaria—G.L. Simpson, 72
Pitfalls in applying chemicals to control eucalypts—J. A. Robertson, 73.
|In search of cheaper pastures—P.E. Luck||77–84|
|Methods of oversowing lucerne and medic into native pasture on non-arable soils in the Eastern Darling Downs of Queensland—R.M. Jones||85–90|
|The Cedara Contraseeder—E. P. Theron, J.C. Krog and I.S. Grove||91–96|
|White clover (Trifolium repens) in sub-tropical Australia – a review—H. Ostrowski||97–106|
|Automatic measurement of the jaw movements of dairy cows during grazing and rumination—T.H. Stobbs and L.J. Cowper||107–112|
|Seed losses with different methods of harvesting Panicum coloratum—R. Roe||113–118|
|Persistence and productivity of pasture species at three localities in sub-coastal south-east Queensland—R.M. Jones and M.C. Rees||119–134|
|The effect of topdressed superphosphate on the yield and botanical composition of a Stylosanthes guyanensis pasture—R. C. Bruce||135–140|
|Thinning Eucalyptus populnea woodlands by injecting trees with chemicals—J. A. Robertson and R.M. Moore||141–150|
Field Meeting held in the Clarence Region of New South Wales on 2nd and 3rd April 1971
Introduction to the Clarence beef country—A.D. O’Brien,
Low cost pasture improvements in the Mallanganee district—D.B. Trebeck, 156.
Leguminous plants in tropical pastures—D.O. Norris
|Laboratory ensilage of Sorghum almum cv. Crooble—V.R. Catchpoole||171–176|
|Budgetary comparisons between Pangola grass/legume pasture and nitrogen fertilized Pangola pasture for beef production in southern Wallum—T.E. Michell, W.W. Bryan, and T.R. Evans||177–190|
|The contribution of plant introduction tp pasture development in the wet tropics of Queensland—W.A.T. Harding||191–200|
|The soluble oxalate content of some tropical pasture grasses grown in south-east Queensland—R.J. Jones and C.W. Ford||201–204|
|Plant nutrient status of a prairie soil under scrub and forest vegetation in south-eastern Queensland—M.C. Rees||205–212|
|Botanical source areas of wild herbage legumes in India—R.K. Arora and K.P.S. Chandel||213–222|
|Pasture establishment in upland rice crops at Na Phang, central Laos—H.M. Shelton and L.R. Humphreys||223–228|
Comparative response of some tropical grasses to fertilizer nitrogen in Sarawak, E. Malaysia—T.T. Ng
Field meeting held in the Brisbane Valley, 14 April 1972
Land systems, land capability and land use—S. McF. James, 239.
More efficient use of native pastures by agronomic methods—J.C. Tothill, 240.
More efficient use of native pastures by agronomic methods—J.R. Peart, 242.
The role of native pastures oversown with an introduced legume—L. ‘t Mannetje, 244.
Methods of establishment of legumes into native pastures—K.F. Lowe, 246.
Development of limited areas of improved pastures
– methods of establishing improved pastures—G.F. Filet, 249.
– the role of such pastures—M.A. Burns, 250.
Field meeting held by the Central Queensland Section, June 9, 1972
Fertiliser- a must for Tropical Pastures
Night meeting held July, 1972
Quality of natural tropical grasslands—P.J. Skerman,
Efficient utilization of pastures for beef production—B.A. Woolcock, 258.
The effect of some management practices on pasture production—L. ‘t Mannetje, 260.