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AgEcon Search 42 records found 1 - 10nextend  jump to record:
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It is argued in this paper that static approaches to weed management, where the benefits and costs are only considered within a single season, are inappropriate for asses [...]
2000-01 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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It is argued in this paper that static approaches to weed management, where the benefits and costs are only considered within a single season, are inappropriate for asses [...]
2000 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Invasions by non-indigenous plant species pose serious economic threats to Australian agricultural industries. When an invasion is discovered a decision has to be made as [...]
2008 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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This paper approaches biological and economic risks in association with strategic and tactical decisions on herbicide dose. Underlying sources of the risks investigated a [...]
2002 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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NSW Agriculture has a history of research investment in managing weed problems in the temperate pasture areas. One focus of that research has been on the development of i [...]
2004 | Report |
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Foxes are regarded as a serious pest of environmental and grazing systems in Australia. The fox is a recognised predator of native wildlife and has been a significant con [...]
2005 | Report |
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The annual economic loss of agricultural production caused by weeds in Australia has been estimated to exceed $3.3 billion. This loss now approximates the average annual [...]
1997 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The application of fertilisers to pastures in the high rainfall regions of southern Australia have contributed to large increases in carrying capacity since their introdu [...]
2009 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |

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