Tropical Grasslands Volume 11 — 1977

Mark Hutton—E.G. Eyles
1–6
Siratro—a success story in plant breeding—N.H. Shaw and P.C. Whiteman
7–14
Breeding of Macroptilium atropurpureum—E.M. Hutton and L.B. Beall
15–32
Siratro seed production—J.M. Hopkinson
33–40
Establishment of Siratro pastures—S.J. Cook and K. Lowe
41–48
The effect of cultural treatments on establishment of Macroptilium atropurpureum cv. Siratro oversown in a Setaria anceps sward—Sayan Tudsri and P.C. Whiteman
49–54
Stability in sown and oversown Siratro pastures—J.C. Tothill and R.M. Jones
55-66
Response of established Siratro (Macroptilium atropurpureum cv. Siratro) pastures in south-east Queensland to phosphorus fertilizer—G.E. Rayment, R.C. Bruce and G,B. Robbins
67–78
Productivity of Macroptilium atropurpureum cv. Siratro pastures—B. Walker
79–86
Season changes in the preference by cattle for Macroptilium atropurpureum cv. Siratro—T.H. Stobbs
87–92
A role for Siratro—R. Bell
93–96
Siratro on softwood scrub soils—W. Wilson
97–100
Siratro pastures in the Mackay district—L.H. Teske
101–104
Royston Park—W. Fordyce
105
Pasture plant introduction in Queensland—A continuing need—D.G. Cameron
107–120
Use of herbicide to reduce grass competition in a white clover sward—G.J. Murtagh
121–124
A comparison of African clovers and temperate legumes on the North Coast of New South Wales—D.L. Garden
125–132
Some important on-farm costs of specialist grass seed production in south-eastern Queensland—D.S. Loch and L.C. Hannah
133–140
Brachiaria decumbens (Signal grass)—a review with particular reference to Australia—D.S. Loch
141–158
Steer liveweight gains in relation to the proportion of time on Leucaena leucocephala pastures—C.G. Blunt and Raymond J. Jones
159–164
The influence of flowering time and growth habit on the performance of Townsville stylo (Stylosanthes humilis) in tropical and sub-tropical Queensland—D.F. Cameron, H.G. Bishop, L. ‘t Mannetje, N.H. Shaw, D.I. Sillar and I.B. Staples
165–176
Townsville stylo seed production in north-eastern Thailand—B. Wickham, H. M. Shelton, M.D. Hare and A.J. de Boer
177–188
Soils and fertilizers for sown pastures in Malaysia—F.S.C.P. Kalpage
189–198

Proceedings:

Carcase appraisal and meat preparation symposium; field meeting of the central Coast Section held at Mackay, March 19, 1977,

Low cost pasture establishment on steep rocky hillsides; field meeting in the Boonah district, May 13, 1977, 212–220.

199–211
Effect of sod-seeded Siratro on beef production and botanical composition o f native pasture in south-eastern Queensland—K.F. Lowe, G.F. Filet, M.A. Burns and T.M. Bowdler
223–230
Tropical grass and legume yield on a soloth soil in sub-coastal south-eastern Queensland—K.F. Lowe and T.M. Bowdler
231–238
Multiple land use of open forest in south-eastern Queensland for timber and improved pasture: Establishment and early growth—B.G. Cook and R.F. Grimes
239–246
Nutrient responses on a yellow earth soil in northern Cape York peninsula—W.H. Winter and R.K. Jones
247–256
The response to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer of native pasture on the Balbirini land system in north-west Queensland—H.G. Bishop
257–262
Establishmnet of stylo (Stylosanthes guianensis) in kunai (Imperata cylindrical) pastures and its effect on dry matter yield and animal production in the Markham Valley, Papua New Guinea—P. A. Chadhokar
263–272
The potential for forage legumes in Kenya—J.L. Wheeler and R.J. Jones
273-284

Proceedings:

Pasture development on solodic soils—field meeting in the Tara-Kogan district, June 3, 1977

285–291