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Browsing Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute Special Publication series by Title

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  • McCaskill, L. W. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands & Mountain Lands Institute., 1982)
    CASTLE HILL (920m) is a tor-studded limestone hill in the south-west corner of the intermontane basin variously known as the Broken River, Castle Hill or Trelissick basin. It gave its name to the Castle Hill Station on ...
  • White, E. G. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1971)
    White (1971) briefly describes the versatility of a Fortran computer program which analyses capture-recapture data from animal populations, using the stochastic model of G. M. Jolly (1965) . The listing and a fuller ...
  • Kerr, I. G. C.; Thomson, Nan; Lefever, K. R. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands & Mountain Lands Institute., 1985)
    This directory, published by the Centre for Resource Management, is a comprehensive list of professional and technical staff engaged in research, extension, development and administration in the hill and high country of ...
  • Stevens, E. J.; Hughes, J. G. (Lincoln College. Plant Science Department., 1973)
    This report is based on a survey of distribution of sweet brier, broom and ragwort on the property made by Mr Stevens during the period November 1972 to February 1973. Most of the property, including the principal weed-infested ...
  • Weston, L. H. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1963)
    Since 1958, when details of electrified permanent fencing tried by Massey College became known, hundreds of miles of electric subdivision fence have been erected. The key to its popularity was the great saving in costs of ...
  • Weston, L. H. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1968)
    Since 1958, when details of electrified permanent fencing tried by Massey College became known, hundreds of miles of electric subdivision fence have been erected. The key to its popularity has been the great saving in costs ...
  • Robertson, B. T. (Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute for the Merino and Halfbred Committee of the New Zealand Sheep Breeders’ Association, 1982., 1982-11)
    The papers were presented at the 1982 Merino & Halfbred Producers’ Seminar, Lincoln College, 19-20 May 1982. The proceedings include the full text of the following papers: A. E. van Asch, Stud Merinos and halfbreds in New ...
  • Kerr, I. G. C.; Lefever, K. R.; Costello, E. J. (Lincoln College. Plant Science Department., 1979-12)
    This publication records in some detail the results of a series of surveys carried out by the Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute, to assess pastoral production in the high country of the South Island. Surveys ...
  • Blakely, R. J.; Marden, M.; Ackroyd, Peter (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1981)
    A sub-catchment (Torlesse Stream) of the Kowai River, Canterbury, has been the site of an interdisciplinary study of the relationships between erosion and stream sedimentation (Hayward 1975). It was logical to extend the ...
  • Hughes, J. G. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1962)
    Fencing is now recognised as a major aid towards improved management of runs. With costs of both materials and labour high and rising, it is essential that all fences erected be well planned, and well constructed of the ...
  • Hayward, John A. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1980)
    New Zealand attitudes to soil and water conservation have their origins in Europe and North America where legislation for the conservation of soil and water resources preceded research by 20-30 years. In the 1930's and ...
  • Horn, P. E.; Hill, G. D. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1979)
    The family Leguminosae is one of the largest families of flowering plants with members widely distributed throughout the world. The characteristic feature of the family is the fruit which is a pod. The family is divided ...
  • Horn, P. E.; Hill, G. D. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1982)
    The family Leguminosae is one of the largest families of flowering plants with members widely distributed throughout the world. The characteristic feature of the family is the fruit which is a pod. The family is divided ...
  • Horn, P. E.; Hill, G. D. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1981)
    The family Leguminosae is one of the largest families of flowering plants with members widely distributed throughout the world. The characteristic feature of the family is the fruit which is a pod. The family is divided ...
  • Cottle, David J.; Jopp, Robert (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1988)
    Wool producers considering management options need to balance the benefits against costs. Options developed by scientists may realise extra returns but may also involve extra costs. Their adoption by farmers will depend ...
  • Talbot, J. M.; Prendergast, Pat V. (Lincoln College.Tussock Grasslands & Mountain Lands Institute., 1984)
    The garden, named after the founding Director of the Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute, is intended to be educational. From the early 1970s, a small garden plot provided a touch of character to the original ...
  • Abrahamson, Mike; Darkey, C. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1988-06)
    Pasture phosphorus requirements to replace on farm losses through animals and soil were calculated for a range of soil sets, and summarised for major soil groups economic farm classes and provinces. Predicted responses ...
  • Robertson, B. T. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1979-12)
    The proceedings of the 1979 Hill and High Country Seminar includes the full text of the following papers: Rent - I. G. C. Kerr, Rentals for pastoral leases; R. Frizzell, Some problems; New Horizons - G. A. Joll, Opportunities ...
  • Robertson, B. T. (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1982)
    The proceedings of the 1981 Hill and High Country Seminar includes the full text of the following papers: Methods to treat and Control Footrot – A. S. Familton, Can We Eradicate Footrot? – A. D. Ross, Crops for Cold Climates ...
  • Judson, Nicki; Cattanach, Olga; Robertson, Brian; Prendergast, Pat (Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1987-12)
    The proceedings include the full text of the following papers: C. Kerr, Land protection-some issues, some options; Farm consultancy services in the free market economy : M. D. Gould, MAF Tech; G. Cooney, Private farm ...

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