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Tussock country management: principles and practice
(Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1989-06)
This study is a distillation of farmer opinions and practices collected on visits to 91 South Island hill and high country farmers and of the research work and theory related to the management of the tussock country and ...
An economic evaluation of biological control of rose-grain aphid in New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness & Economics Research Unit., 1989-05)
The rose-grain aphid (RGA) is an introduced pest which attacks cereals and can cause considerable loss of yield. It is a pest of some economic concern in affected grain growing areas of New Zealand. In 1985 the DSIR ...
An economic evaluation of coppice fuelwood production for Canterbury
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1989-04)
This report describes the process of growing trees on a short rotation and intensive cultivation (SRIC) basis for the production of briquettes as a domestic fuel. The objective is to assess coppice fuel wood as a potential ...
An economic evaluation of biological control of hieracium
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1989-11)
This report presents the results of a cost-benefit analysis of biological control of hieracium. In South Island high country areas, species of the introduced hieracium genus are problem weeds. Mouse-ear hawkweed and king ...