Tropical Grasslands Volume 5 — 1971

A review of fire in the management of native pasture with particular reference to north-eastern Australia—J.C. Tothill
1–10
Response of a mat grass–paspalum sward to fertilizer application—G.J. Cassidy
11–22
Bacterial wilt (Pseudomonas solanacearum) of Stylosanthes humilis in the Northern Territory—Susan J. Aldrick
23–26
Survey of weed problems of the north coast of New South Wales—B.A. Auld
27–30
Grazing, burning and fertilizer effects on the regrowth of some woody species in cleared open forest in south-east Queensland—J.C. Tothill
31–34
The hybrid between Pennisetum typhoides and P. purpureum as a potential forage crop in south-eastern Queensland—A.J. Pritchard
35–42

Proceedings:

Symposium and Field Meeting in conjunction with the Suncoast Beef Producers’ Association held at Tewantin on September 1970

The ability of pasturesin the Coastal Lowlands (Wallum)to meet year round demands of beef cattle

A review of pasture development in the Wallum—J.R. Peart,

Species for coastal pastures — their strengths and weaknesses—T.R. Evans, 45.

Nutrition of grazing animals—N.C. Barr, 50.

Visit to property of Mr. N.S. Lanyon near Boreen Point, 52.

43-53

Presidential Address

The Tropical Grassland Society: Its activities, membership and future—N.H. Shaw

55–60
The effect of nitrogen fertilizer and row spacing on seed production in Setaria sphacelata—J.B. Hacker and R.J. Jones
61–74
Drying temperature and its effects on viability of Setaria sphacelata seed—R.G. Silcock
75–80
Pelleting and fertilizer effects on nodulation if Glycine wightii—P.E. Luck, P.T. Mears and J.S. Pulsford
81–88
A comparison of beef production from nitrogen pangola grass and from a pangola grass–legume pasture—W.W. Bryan and T.R. Evans
89–98
Flower and seed colours as markers for new derivatives of siratro (Phaseolus atropurpureum)—E.M. Hutton and L.B. Beall
99–104
Web-blight of introduced foreign legumes in Florida—R.M. Sonada, A.E. Kretschmer, Jr. and J.B. Brolman
105–108
The role of superphosphate in the establishment of oversown tropical legumes in natural grasslands of Western Kenya—N.C.O. Keya, F.J. Olsen and R. Holliday
109–116
The nutritive value of some pasture species examined in a sub-tropical environment—H. Jeffery and J.M. Holder
117–130

Urochloa mosambicensis—an easily established perennial grass companion for Townsville stylo—P. Gillard

131–135

Proceedings:

Field meeting held in Brooweena on 29th November 1970

The Wide Bat area—N.C. Adams,

Inspection of pastures, 140.

139-141

LIMITATIONS TO DAIRY PRODUCTION IN THE TROPICS

Preface

143-144
Climatic and biological limitations to dairy production in a tropical environment—W.F.Y. Mawson and B.J. White
145–157
Quality of pasture and forage crops for dairy production in the tropical regions of Australia. I. Review of the literature—T.H. Stobbs
159–170
Quality of pasture and forage crops for dairy production in the tropical regions of Australia. II. Review of farming practice—C.M. Yabsley
171–178
Quality of pasture and forage crops for dairy production in the tropical regions of Australia. I. Review of the literature—R.I. Colman
181–194
Quality of pasture and forage crops for dairy production in the tropical regions of Australia. II. Review of farming practice—P.E. Luck
195–204
Supplementary feeding for dairy production in the tropical regions of Australia. I. Review of the literature—H. Jeffery
205–220
Supplementary feeding for dairy production in the tropical regions of Australia. II. Review of farming practice—J.N. Salkeld
221–227
Agronomic factors in pasture and forage crop production in tropical Australia—R.J. Jones and R.M. Jones
229–244
Agronomic factors in pasture and forage crops farm management in tropical Australia—P.E. Cloutier
245–254
Animal utilization aspects of pasture and forage crop management in tropical Australia—P.N. Thurbon, R.T. Cowan and G.D. Chopping
255–264

Grazing management of pasture and forage crops as it affects forage utilization and animal production in tropical Australia—C.J. Cassidy

265–268
Dairy production systems relevant to the tropical regions of Australia. 1. Review of the literature—F.C. Swain
269–280
Dairy production systems relevant to the tropical regions of Australia. 2. Review of farming practice—I.H. Rayner
281–287
Production limitations arising from the type of dairy animals available in tropical Australia. 1. Review of the literature—J.C. Young and R.W. Hewetson
289–294
 Production limitations arising from the type of dairy animals available in tropical Australia. 2. Review of farming practice—C.H. Clark and R.L.R. Auld
295–300

Summary of closing session

301-302