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Plant Protection Quarterly

Plant Protection Quarterly (1985-2011), was an Australian journal with an international circulation that published original papers on all aspects of plant protection.

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Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 26 Issues 1-4, 2011

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 26 Issue 1, 2011 
The biology of Australian weeds. 57. Sclerolaena birchii (F.Muell.) Domin. Bruce A. Auld and Stephen B. Johnson. (View PDF)2
Diversity and integrated management of weeds in highland wheat of Northern Ethiopia. Bekele Asres and T.K. Das. (View PDF)
A case study of feral olive (Olea europaea) dispersal in northern Victoria. Part I: plant age and growth habit characteristics. S.D. Hamilton, T. Minotti, C. O’Dwyer and G. Brodie. (View PDF)17 
Herbicide resistance levels in annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum Gaud.) in southern New South Wales. J.C. Broster, E.A. Koetz and H. Wu. (View PDF)22 
Comparing the outputs of five weed risk assessment models implemented in Australia: are there consistencies across models? Lynley M. Stone and Margaret Byrne. (View PDF)  29
Determining best control methods for the National Environmental Alert List species, Retama raetam (Forssk.) Webb (white weeping broom) in Western Australia. K.A. Bettink and K.L. Brown. (View PDF)36 
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 26 Issue 2, 2011 
Predicting the cost of eradication for 41 Class 1 declared weeds in Queensland. F. Dane Panetta, Steve Csurhes, Anna Markula and Martin Hannan-Jones. (View PDF)42 
Seed dynamics of the invasive geophyte Lachenalia reflexa Thunb. in south-west Australia. Kate Brown and Grazyna Paczkowska. (View PDF)47 
Economic and environmental assessment of the performance of reduced rates of two post-emergence herbicides in an arid irrigated production system of central Australia: a pilot study. Martin Hidalgo, Glen Oliver and S. Raghu. (View PDF)49 
Root regenerative ability of silverleaf nightshade (Solanum elaeagnifolium Cav.) in the glasshouse. Rex Stanton, Hanwen Wu and Deirdre Lemerle. (View PDF)54 
Association between environmental factors and the occurrence of six fumitory species (Fumaria spp. L.) in southern-eastern Australia. Gertraud M. Norton, Deirdre Lemerle, James E. Pratley and Mark R. Norton. (View PDF)57 
Weed control and wheat cultivars (Triticum aestivum L.) responses to metribuzin application rate and timing in Iran. Eskandar Zand, Mohammad Ali Baghestani, Mohsen B. Mesgaran, Reza Pourazr, Mansour Sarani, Masoumeh Younes-abadi and Sahar Mansourian. (View PDF)67 
Phytophagous organisms associated with the woody shrub Polygala myrtifolia (Polygalaceae) and their potential for classical biological control in Australia. Robin J. Adair, Stefan Neser and Val Stajsic. (View PDF)72 
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 26 Issue 3, 2011 
Weed psychology and the War on Weeds. John Dwyer.   (View PDF)82 
Changing of the guard: moving from a war on weeds to an outcome-orientated weed management system. Paul O. Downey. (View PDF)86 
Weeds or wild nature: a permaculture perspective. David Holmgren. (View PDF)92 
Agricultural bioenergy cropping in Victoria – balancing the issues. Bruce Shelley, Mary-Jane Rogers, Graeme Allinson and Nathan Day. (View PDF)97 
Contentious perspectives on weeds: nettle, dock, dandelion and wild fennel – environmental weeds or environmental belonging? Diego Bonetto. (View PDF)100 
Carpe diem – seizing the day. Successful engagement in a changing society. Stephen B. Johnson. (View PDF)103 
Herbicide resistance in wild oats (Avena spp.) in southern New South Wales. J.C. Broster, E.A. Koetz and H. Wu. (View PDF)106 
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 26 Issue 4, 2011 
The biology of Australian weeds. 58. Baccharis halimifolia L. Nikki M. Sims-Chilton and F. Dane Panetta.   (View PDF)114 
Scenario tree risk analysis of zero detections and the eradication of yellow crazy ant (Anoplolepis gracilipes (Smith)), in New South Wales, Australia. B.C. Dominiak, K. Gott, D. McIver, T. Grant, P.S. Gillespie, P. Worsley, A. Clift and E.S.G. Sergeant. (View PDF)124 
Efficacy of some botanical extracts against Callosobruchus maculates in cowpea seeds and an evaluation of their toxicity. S.I. Ahmed and A.A. Gazzy. (View PDF)130 
The influence of mixtures of parapheromone lures on trapping of fruit fly in New South Wales, Australia. Bernard C. Dominiak, Brett Kerruish, Idris Barchia, Udai Pradhan, A. Stuart Gilchrist and Helen I. Nicol. (View PDF)136 
Review of the outbreak threshold for Queensland fruit fly (Bactrocera tryoni Froggatt). Bernard C. Dominiak, David Daniels and Richard Mapson. (View PDF)141 
Australian weed societies – beyond the millennium. Rex Stanton.    (View PDF)148 

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 25 Issues 1-4, 2010

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 25 Issue 1, 2010 
Review of the impact of the TriState community fruit fly awareness program on road travellers? 1999/2000. Bernie Dominiak and Neil Coombes. (View PDF)2
Efficacy of herbicides on weedy Sporobolus grasses in the glasshouse in Australia. Wayne D. Vogler. (View PDF)9
Search for red imported fire ant Solenopsis invicta Burren in New South Wales from 2004-2006. Bernie C. Dominiak, Peter Worsley, Peter S. Gillespie, Holger Locker, Matt Kerr and Steven O. Shattuck. (View PDF)15
Efficacy of herbicides on the control weeds and productivity of direct seeded rice under minimal water conditions. Abdul Shukor Juraimi, Mahfuza Begum, Mohamad Najib Mohd. Yusof and Azmi Man. (View PDF)19
Response of skeleton weed (Chondrilla juncea L.) to continuous cropping. J.R. Peirce, B.J. Rayner, M.F. D’Antuono, C. Ruchs, C. Kidd and A.W. Reeves. (View PDF)26
Branched Broomrape Eradication Program. Philip Warren. (View PDF)37
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 25 Issue 2, 2010 
The EPPO decision-support scheme for pest risk analysis and invasive alien plants. Sarah Brunel and Francoise Petter. (View PDF)42
Using the New Zealand aquatic weed risk assessment model to manage potential weeds in the aquarium/pond plant trade. Paul D. Champion, John S. Clayton, Andrew Petroeschevsky and Melanie Newfield. (View PDF)49
Likelihood and consequences: reframing the Australian weed risk assessment to reflect a standard model of risk. Curtis C. Daehler and John G. Virtue. (View PDF)52
Guidance for addressing the Australian Weed Risk Assessment questions. Doria R. Gordon, Belinda Mitterdorfer, Paul C. Pheloung, Shahin Ansari, Chris Buddenhagen, Chuck Chimera, Curt C. Daehler, Wayne Dawson, Julie S. Denslow, AnneMarie LaRosa, Tomoko Nishida, Daphne A. Onderdonk, F. Dane Panetta, Petr Pysek, Roderick P. Randall, David M. Richardson, Ntakadzeni J. Tshidada, John G. Virtue and Peter A. Williams. (View PDF)56
Risk assessment for the New Zealand National Pest Plant Accord: which species should be banned from sale? M.J. Newfield and P.D. Champion. (View PDFf)75
Lessons learned from testing the Australian weed risk assessment system: the devil is in the details. Daphne A. Onderdonk, Doria R. Gordon, Alison M. Fox and Randall K. Stocker. (View PDF)79
The Northern Territory’s Weed Risk Management system: an application of the national post-border WRM protocol. Samantha Setterfield, Keith Ferdinands, Natalie Rossiter-Rachor and Michael Douglas. (View PDF)86
South Australia’s Weed Risk Management System. John G. Virtue. (View PDF)90
New Zealand biosecurity legislation and the naturalization of exotic weeds. Peter A. Williams, Ian Popay and Hazel A.W. Gatehouse. (View PDF)95
Tamarix species management in arid South Australia. Ben Shepherd. (View PDF)99
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 25 Issue 3, 2010 
Ensuring invasive alien plant management delivers biodiversity conservation: insights from an assessment of Lantana camara in Australia. Peter J. Turner and Paul O. Downey. (View PDF)102
Prioritizing weed species based on their threat and ability to impact on biodiversity: a case study from New South Wales. Paul O. Downey, Tim J. Scanlon and John R. Hosking. (View PDF)111
Emergence and seed persistence of Echinochloa colona, Urochloa panicoides and Hibiscus trionum in the sub-tropical environment of north-eastern Australia. Steve Walker, Hanwen Wu and Kerry Bell. (View PDF)127
Improved control of woody borreria (Hedyotis verticillata Lam.) by foliar application of metsulfuron tank mixtures at the vegetative stage. T.S. Chuah, K. Juliana and B.S. Ismail. (View PDF)133
Effects of pulp removal on seed germination of five invasive plants in Hawaii. Charles G. Chimera and Donald R. Drake. (View PDF)137
Impact of marking dye, transport and irradiation on eclosion of mass produced Queensland fruit fly Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae). Bernard C. Dominiak, Selliah Sundaralingam, Laura Jiang, Andrew J. Jessup and Helen I. Nicol. (View PDF)141
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 25 Issue 4, 2010 
The biology of Australian weeds. 56. Hymenachne amplexicaulis (Rudge) Nees. Lynise J. Wearne, John Clarkson, Anthony C. Grice, Rieks D. van Klinken and Joseph S. Vitelli.   (View PDF)146
In vitro evaluation of the antifungal activity of some essential oils on post-harvest fungal pathogens of tropical fruits T.S. Chuah, Y.Y. Tan and B.S. Ismail. (View PDF)162
Mathematical modelling of a new weed incursion and its control in large area cropping systems. Rohan T. Jayasuriya, Remy van de Ven and Randall E. Jones. (View PDF)165
Perceptions of weeds in changing contexts. Land-use change, landscape value change and climate change in south-eastern Australia: adaptation to change in the third century of the timeless land. Ian Mansergh. (View PDF)173
Coolatai grass (Hyparrhenia hirta) control at Cobbler Creek Recreation Park. Joshua Noble. (View PDF)188

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 24 Issues 1-4, 2009

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 24 Issue 1, 2009 
The biology of Australian weeds. 52. Malva parviflora L. Pippa J. Michael, Kathryn J. Steadman and Julie A. Plummer.  (View PDF)2
Germination of Hymenachne amplexicaulis and H. acutigluma under contrasting light, temperature and nitrate regimes. Shane D. Campbell, Elizabeth A. Carter and Melissa J. Setter. (View PDF)10
Fruit carrying characteristics of travellers into a quarantine zone in New South Wales in 1999/2000. B.C. Dominiak and N. Coombes. (View PDF)14
Ten year post-fire response of a native ecosystem in the presence of high or low densities of the invasive weed, Asparagus asparagoides. Peter J. Turner and John G. Virtue. (View PDF)20
Life-history, host preference and establishment status of Melittia oedipus (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae), a biological control agent for Coccinia grandis (Cucurbitaceae) in the Mariana Islands. G.V.P. Reddy, Z.T. Cruz and R. Muniappan. (View PDF)27
Using plant development to determine optimum times for spraytopping, and assessing effect of grazing and double/repeat herbicide applications on regeneration of vulpia. P.M. Dowling, G.D. Millar, B. Milne and P. Newell. (View PDF)32
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 24 Issue 2, 2009 
The biology of Australian weeds. 53. Cylindropuntia rosea (DC.) Backeb. and Cylindropuntia tunicata (Lehm.) F.M.Knuth. Stephen B. Johnson, John R. Hosking, Robert J. Chinnock and Royce H. Holtkamp.  (View PDF)42
Imazalil, manganese prochloraz and carbendazim treatments do not affect the yield of Agaricus bisporus, hybrid strain Sylvan A15 in New South Wales. Afsheen Shamshad, Alan D. Clift and Sarah Mansfield. (View PDF)50
Performance and host-plant preference of two insect biological control agents on moisture stressed broom, Cytisus scoparius. K.E. Galway, R.P. Duncan, R.M. Emberson, A.W. Sheppard and P. Syrett. (View PDF)55
Can international experience help us to predict the potential impacts of willow sawfly (Nematus oligospilus Förster) on willow populations in Australia? F.J. Ede. (View PDF)62
The effect of microwave radiation and soil depth on soil pH, N, P, K, SO4 and bacterial colonies. Andrew Cooper and Graham Brodie. (View PDF)67
Progress towards the eradication of three melastome shrub species from northern Australian rainforests. Simon J. Brooks, F. Dane Panetta and Travis A. Sydes. (View PDF)71
Strategies for wheel cactus (Opuntia robusta) – a significant non-WoNS for South Australian rangelands. Deb Agnew. (View PDF)79
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 24 Issue 3, 2009
Modelling 101 – some modelling basics for non-modellers. Kim Lowell.  (View PDF)82
Weeds in a warmer world: predicting the impact of climate change on Australia’s alien plant species using MaxEnt. Peter D. Wilson, Paul O. Downey, Michelle Leishman, Rachael Gallagher, Lesley Hughes and Jessica O’Donnell. (View PDF)84
Opening the climate modelling envelope. Jeanine Baker and Mary Bomford.(View PDF)88
Declaring eradication of invasive species: a review of methods for transparent decision-making. Tracy M. Rout. (View PDF)92
Where and how much? A spreadsheet that allocates surveillance effort for a weed. Cindy Hauser. (View PDF)94
Modelling weeds and people: how today’s management determines tomorrow’s infestations. Cameron S. Fletcher and David A. Westcott. (View PDF)98
Using dispersal data to model invasive spread and management effectiveness. David A. Westcott and Cameron S. Fletcher. (View PDF)99
The biology of Australian weeds. 54. Parkinsonia aculeata L. Rieks Dekker van Klinken, Shane D. Campbell, Tim A. Heard, John McKenzie and Nathan March.  (View PDF)100
Preventing giant Parramatta grass (Sporobolus fertilis (Steud.) Clayton) reinfestation with reduced rates of flupropanate herbicide. T.S. Andrews. (View PDF)118
Elephants in the room: widespread weeds and biodiversity. Moira C. Williams, Bruce A. Auld, Leonie K. Whiffen and Paul O. Downey. (View PDF)120
Overcoming a deep rooted perennial problem – silverleaf nightshade (Solanum elaeagnifolium) in South Australia. Leah Feuerherdt. (View PDF)123
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 24 Issue 4, 2009 
The biology of Australian weeds. 55. Salsola australis R.Br. Catherine P.D. Borger and John K. Scott.  (View PDF)126
Effect of foliar herbicides on the germination and viability of Siam weed (Chromolaena odorata) seeds located on plants at the time of application. K.A. Patane, S. Setter and M. Graham. (View PDF)138
Host specificity of Ditylenchus phyllobius, a potential biological control agent of silver-leaf nightshade (Solanum elaeagnifolium Cav.) in Australia. R.P. Field, R.M. Kwong and J.-L. Sagliocco. (View PDF)141
Pinus radiata invasion in New South Wales: the extent of spread. Moira C. Williams and Glenda M. Wardle. (View PDF)146
Queensland fruit fly (Bactrocera tryoni Froggatt) attraction to and chemical analysis of male annihilation blocks using three concentrations of cuelure at Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia. B.C. Dominiak, C.S. Clifford and S.G. Nielsen. (View PDF)157
Effect of glyphosate application to grass weeds on levels of Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici inoculum. S.L. Bithell, R.C. Butler, A. Mckay and M.G. Cromey. (View PDF)161
SA Alert Weed project. Tim Reynolds. (View PDF)168

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 23 Issues 1-4, 2008

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 23 Issue 1, 2008 
Chrysanthemoides monilifera subsp. monilifera (L.) T.Norl. and subsp. rotundata (DC.) T.Norl. P.W. Weiss, R.J. Adair, P.B. Edwards, M.A. Winkler and P.O. Downey. (View PDF)3
Keynote address: Research on bitou bush and boneseed – a work in progress. R.H. Groves. (View PDF)15
Current status and management of boneseed in New Zealand. Keith Briden. (View PDF)20
Future directions for bitou bush and boneseed management in Australia. Paul O. Downey, Hillary Cherry, Andrew Crane, Dennis Gannaway, Margaret MacDonald, Clyde McGaw, Tom Morley, David Roberts, Bruce Thom, Peter Tucker and Ian Turnbull.(View PDF)22
Management implications of recent research into the effect of bitou bush invasion. Kris French, Emilie Ens, Carl R. Gosper, Elizabeth Lindsay, Tanya Mason, Ben Owers and Natalie Sullivan. (View PDF)24
Progress on boneseed (Chrysanthemoides monilifera subsp. monilifera (L.) Norlindh) biological control: the boneseed leaf buckle mite Aceria (Keifer) sp., the lacy-winged seed fly Mesoclanis magnipalpis Bezzi and the boneseed rust Endophyllum osteospermi (Doidge) A.R.Wood. T.B. Morley and L. Morin. (View PDF)29
The role of fire in integrated management of boneseed (Chrysanthemoides monilifera subsp. monilifera). Rachel Melland and Christopher Preston. (View PDF)32
Economic evaluation of the management of bitou bush (Chrysanthemoides monilifera subsp. rotundata (DC.) T.Norl.) to conserve native plant communities in New South Wales. Jack Sinden, Paul O. Downey, Susan M. Hester and Oscar Cacho. (View PDF)34
Projecting the impact of climate change on bitou bush and boneseed distributions in Australia. Rachael V. Gallagher, Linda J. Beaumont, Paul O. Downey, Lesley Hughes and Michelle R. Leishman. (View PDF)37
Bitou bush and boneseed eradication and containment in Australia. Hillary Cherry, Lyn Willsher and Barry Whyte. (View PDF)38
Assessing the recovery of native plant species following bitou bush control – the need for monitoring. Scott A. King and Paul O. Downey. (View PDF)40
The Cradle Coast boneseed incentive program. Greg Taylor. (View PDF)42
Community weed education initiatives in NSW: getting school children involved. Alyssa Schembri, Royce Holtkamp, Hillary Cherry, Julie Haeusler and Jane West. (View PDF)42
Bitou bush aerial spraying in New South Wales – what have we learned? John Toth and Marion A. Winkler. (View PDF)43
Implementing the Bitou Bush Threat Abatement Plan across different land tenures: challenges and successes. Nicole L. Strehling, Neil Rendell, Scott A. King and Paul O. Downey. (View PDF)45
National western boneseed containment: a line in the sand on the Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas, South Australia. Peter Sheridan and Deb Agnew. (View PDF)47
Manning Coastcare Group – a case study. Daintry Gerrand, Jim Love and Warwick Dyson. (View PDF)48
Coordinated regeneration programs in coastal vegetation on the Tomaree Peninsula – a decade of bitou bush control. Mellesa Schroder, Geoffrey James and Anthony Marchment. (View PDF)49
Biodiversity, fire and bitou bush management on the mid-north coast headlands of New South Wales: a study in progress. Michael Dodkin. (View PDF)50
A history of boneseed control in the You Yangs Regional Park, Victoria. David Roberts. (View PDF)51
The Zen of controlling bitou bush in Crowdy Bay National Park. Cathy Mardell. (View PDF)52
Management of bitou bush on the New South Wales north coast. Iain Jamieson and Reece Luxton. (View PDF)53
New South Wales south coast bitou bush and boneseed control program. Kerry Thompson and David Pomery. (View PDF)55
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 23 Issue 2, 2008 
Addressing the challenges of commercial weeds. A.C. Grice, J. Clarkson and H. Spafford. (View PDF)58
Historical aspects of commercial weed invasions – perennial grass case studies. D.A. McLaren. (View PDF)65
Agricultural introductions as a source of weeds: what have we missed? Garry D. Cook. (View PDF)69
Identifying and managing environmental weed risk in perennial pasture research. Lynley M. Stone, Margaret Byrne and John G. Virtue. (View PDF)73
Australia’s Weed Risk Assessment system and the Permitted Seeds List. Belinda Riddle, David Porritt and Katrina Louise Reading. (View PDF)77
Successes and lessons from olive risk management in South Australia. J.G. Virtue, N.D. Crossman and D.A. Cooke. (View PDF)80
Role of government in management of commercial weeds. J.R.W. Burley. (View PDF)82
Pilot study at Cowra of intra-town dynamics of Queensland Fruit Fly (Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt)) populations based on trap catch data. Peter M. Worsley, Bernie C. Dominiak, Arthur R. Gilmour and David G. James. (View PDF)86
Diversity and abundance of arthropod floral visitor and herbivore assemblages on exotic and native Senecio species. Eve M. White, John C. Wilson and Anthony R. Clarke. (View PDF)90
Comparative growth studies of glyphosate-resistant and susceptible Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn. (goosegrass) biotypes from the Malaysian Peninsular. J.L. Chong, R. Wickneswari, B.S. Ismail and S. Salmijah. (View PDF)99
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 23 Issue 3, 2008 
The biology of Australian weeds. 50. Lantana montevidensis (Spreng.) Briq. Stephen B. Johnson.  (View PDF)107
Antagonism of glufosinate ammonium activity caused by glyphosate in the tank mixtures used for control of goosegrass (Eleusine indica Gaertn.). T.S. Chuah, H.H. Teh, T.S. Cha and B.S. Ismail. (View PDF)116
Plant-pollinator interactions in sympatric exotic and native Senecio species: is facilitation or competition for pollinators occurring? Eve M. White, John C. Wilson and Anthony R. Clarke. (View PDF)120
Field trial to test methods for eradication of fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Miller) on roadsides of Kangaroo Island, South Australia. Philip Pisanu and Trish Mooney. (View PDF)127
Production levels and life history traits of mass reared Queensland fruit fl y Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae) during 1999/2002 in Australia. B.C. Dominiak, S. Sundaralingam, L. Jiang, A.J. Jessup and I.M. Barchia. (View PDF)131
The impact of bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides) on native ground-cover plant diversity and habitat structure. Claire J. Stephens, José M. Facelli and Andrew D. Austin. (PPQ 23-3 pp136-143 Stephens.pdf)136
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 23 Issue 4, 2008 
The biology of Australian weeds. 51. Heliotropium europaeum L. J.R. Hunt, R.D. Cousens and S.E. Knights. (View PDF)146
Critical period competition between Fimbristylis miliacea (L.) Vahl and rice (MR 220). M. Begum, A.S. Juraimi, A. Rajan, S.R. Syed Omar and M. Azmi. (View PDF)153
Soil seedbank of the Muda rice granary in north-west Peninsular Malaysia invaded by the weed Fimbristylis miliacea (L.) Vahl. M. Begum, A.S. Juraimi, M. Azmi, S.R. Syed Omar and A. Rajan. (View PDF)157
Chemical control of flaxleaf fleabane (Conyza bonariensis (L.) Cronquist) in winter fallows. Hanwen Wu, Steve Walker and Geoff Robinson. (View PDF)162
Australia’s Botanic Gardens weed risk assessment procedure. J.G. Virtue, R.D. Spencer, J.E. Weiss and S.E. Reichard. (View PDF)166
Persistence of carbofuran in two Malaysian soils. G.H.N. Farahani, Zuriati Zakaria, Aini Kuntom, Dzolkifli Omar and B.S. Ismail. (View PDF)179

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 22 Issues 1-4, 2007

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 22 Issue 1, 2007 
The biology of Australian weeds. 46. Anredera cordifolia (Ten.) Steenis. Gabrielle Vivian-Smith, Ben E. Lawson, Ian Turnbull and Paul O. Downey.  (View PDF)2
Studies on the competitive ability of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) varieties with little canary grass (Phalaris minor Retz.). U.S. Walia, Gurjeet Gill and L.S. Brar. (View PDF)11
Search for Red Imported Fire Ants Solenopsis invicta Burren (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in New South Wales, Australia during 2003/2004. B.C. Dominiak, P.S. Gillespie, M. Kerr, E.J. Kelly and R. McLennan. (View PDF)14
Influence of linseed oil ethoxylate adjuvants and rain on biological efficacy of glyphosate, evaluated using Chenopodium album, Abutilon theophrasti and Setaria viridis. M. Hunsche, H. Scherhag, M. Schmitz-Eiberger and G. Noga. (View PDF17
A review of the Chrysanthemoides monilifera biological control program in Australia: 1987–2005. Paul O. Downey, Royce H. Holtkamp, John E. Ireson, Raelene M. Kwong and Anthony E. Swirepik. (View PDF)24
Cost of rapid-response eradication of a recently introduced plant, tropical kudzu (Pueraria phaseoloides), from Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos. Alan Tye. (View PDF)33
Spraytopping reduces seed production in Chilean needle grass (Nassella neesiana (Trin. & Rupr.) Barkworth). Shiv Gaur, David McLaren and Kym Butler. (View PDF)35
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 22 Issue 2, 2007 
The biology of Australian weeds 47. Jatropha gossypiifolia L. F.F. Bebawi, J.S. Vitelli, S.D. Campbell, W.D. Vogler, C.J. Lockett, B.S. Grace, B. Lukitsch and T.A. Heard.  (View PDF)42
Quality parameters of mass produced adult Queensland fruit fly Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae) in 1998/1999. B.C. Dominiak, S. Sundaralingam, L. Jiang, A.J. Jessup and I.M. Barchia. (View PDF)59
Effect of intercropping and ploughing on Mediterranean managed grasslands invaded by Oxalis pes-caprae. Montserrat Vilà and Isabel Gimeno. (View PDF)62
Benefits of plant protection measures against abnormal leaf fall in rubber: an exploratory analysis in India. P.K. Viswanathan, Tharian George K. and C. Kuruvilla Jacob. (View PDF)67
Preliminary investigation into microwave soil pasteurization using wheat as a test species. Graham Brodie, Catherine Botta and Jon Woodworth. (View PDF)72
The ecology and invasion history of hawkweeds (Hieracium species) in Australia. N.S.G. Williams and K.D. Holland. (View PDF)76
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 22 Issue 3, 2007 
The biology of Australian weeds. 48. Macfadyena unguis-cati (L.) A.H.Gentry. Paul O. Downey and Ian Turnbull. (View PDF)82
A whole leaf bioassay to determine the efficacy of two Bollgard II® cotton varieties against cluster caterpillar, Spodoptera litura (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Helen Spafford, Geoff Strickland and Justin Fairhead. (View PDF)92
Changes in data management and the impediments to change – a case study for fruit fly surveillance. B.C. Dominiak, P.S. Gillespie and G. Tom. (View PDF)95
Responses of two species of mesquite to initial and follow-up applications of selected herbicides in a potted trial. E.C. Sparkes and D.J. Midmore. (PView PDF)100
Suppression of germination and establishment of native annual rice by introduced para grass on an Australian monsoonal floodplain. P.A.S. Wurm. (View PDF)106
Residual activity of three herbicides following exposure to summer-autumn conditions on the surface of three Western Australian wheatbelt soils. Michael J. Walsh, Benjamin L. Wilson and Stephen B. Powles. (View PDF)113
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 22 Issue 4, 2007 
The biology of Australian weeds. 49. Conyza bonariensis (L.) Cronquist. Hanwen Wu. (View PDF)122
Effect of submergence periods and herbicides on the control of red sprangletop (Leptochloa chinensis (L.) Nees) in transplanted rice. C.S. Aulakh and S.P. Mehra. (View PDFf)132
Effect of microwave radiation on seed mortality of rubber vine (Cryptostegia grandiflora R.Br.), parthenium (Parthenium hysterophorous L.) and bellyache bush (Jatropha gossypiifolia L.). F.F. Bebawi, A.P. Cooper, G.I. Brodie, B.A. Madigan, J.S. Vitelli, K.J. Worsley and K.M. Davis. (PPQ 22-4 pp136-142 Bebawi.pdf)136
An assessment of microwave soil pasteurization for killing seeds and weeds. Graham Brodie, Steve Hamilton and Jon Woodworth. (View PDF)143
Evaluation of microwave soil pasteurization for controlling germination of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) seeds. Graham Brodie, Lindie Pasma, Holly Bennett, Gerry Harris and Jon Woodworth. (View PDF)150
Apple weevil (Otiorhynchus cribricollis) management and monitoring in Pink Lady™ apple orchards of south-west Australia. Louise Yates, Helen Spafford and Stewart Learmont. (View PDF)155

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 21 Issues 1-4, 2006

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 21 Issue 1, 2006 
Effect of flupropanate formulations on serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.) in South Africa and Australia. M.H Campbell and B.D. Viljoen. (View PDF)2
First report of the pendimethalin injury to cotton. Khalid P. Akhtar, M.A. Haq, F.F. Jamil, I.A. Khan, M. Hussain, A.I. Khan and M.K.R. Khan.(View PDF)5
Phylogenetic considerations for predicting the host range of Ustilago sporoboli-indici, a potential biological control agent for Sporobolus species in Australia. James H. Cunnington and Roger G. Shivas. (View PDF)7
Environmental factors affecting sethoxydim efficacy on glyphosate-resistant and -susceptible biotypes of Eleusine indica. T.S. Chuah, S. Salmijah and B.S. Ismail. (View PDF)10
A short review of the impact and management of weedy rice. S.M. Rezaul Karim, B.S. Ismail and M. Azmi. (View PDF)13
Testing insecticides against Phthorimaea operculella (Zeller) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) using a tomato plant bioassay. I.R. Kay. (View PDF)20
Wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum L.) development and seed production in response to time of emergence, crop-topping and sowing rate of wheat. M.J. Walsh and D.M. Minkey. (View PDF)25
Investigating the distribution of Acacia longifolia ssp. sophorae in south-west Victoria using satellite remote sensing and GIS. Jennifer Emeny, Gordon Duff, Dianne Simmons and Anne Wallis. (View PDFf)30
Infestation of gorse pods by Cydia ulicetana and Exapion ulicis in the South Island of New Zealand. Craig R. Sixtus, R. Roderic Scott and George D. Hill. (View PDF)39
Arrival of leaf-feeding willow sawfly Nematus oligospilus Förster in Australia – pest or beneficial? E. Bruzzese and R. McFadyen. (View PDF)43
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 21 Issue 2, 2006 
The biology of Australian weeds. 44. Asparagus asparagoides (L.) Druce. Louise Morin, Kathryn L. Batchelor and John K. Scott.  (View PDF)46
Asparagus weeds in Australia – a South African perspective with emphasis on biological control prospects. Carien A. Kleinjan and Penny B. Edwards. (View PDF)63
Biological control: a promising tool for managing bridal creeper, Asparagus asparagoides (L.) Druce, in Australia. Louise Morin, Michael Neave, Kathryn Batchelor and Adele Reid. (View PDF)69
The development of ‘spore water’ on Kangaroo Island for rapid spread of bridal creeper rust fungus. Beverley Overton and Dean Overton. (View PDF)77
Bridal creeper – squeezing the juice out of the citrus industry. Raelene M. Kwong. (View PDF)79
An eight year removal experiment measuring the impact of bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides (L.) Druce) and the potential benefit from its control. Peter J. Turner and John G. Virtue. (View PDF)79
An investigation of the invasion dynamics of Asparagus asparagoides (L.) Druce at the habitat level using spatial analytical techniques. Kris Siderov, Nigel Ainsworth, Kim Lowell and Christopher Bellman. (View PDF)85
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 21 Issue 3, 2006 
Climate-based prediction of potential distributions of introduced Asparagus species in Australia. John K. Scott and K.L. Batchelor. (View PDF)91
Ecology and management of subtropical invasive asparagus (Asparagus africanus Lam. and A. aethiopicus L.). Gabrielle Vivian-Smith, Carl R. Gosper, Tanya Grimshaw and Trevor Armstrong. (View PDF)98
The ecology of bridal veil (Asparagus declinatus L.) in South Australia. Susan L. Lawrie. (View PDF)99
Developing control techniques for bridal veil (Asparagus declinatus L.) on Kangaroo Island – a study in progress. Marion A. Winkler and David A. Taylor. (View PDF)101
The identification and distribution of Western Cape form of bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides (L.) Druce) in the South East of South Australia and Western Victoria. Robin B. Coles, Katrina L. Willing, John G. Conran and Dennis Gannaway.(View PDF)104
The Weed Impact to Native Species (WINS) assessment tool – results from a trial for bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides (L.) Druce) and ground asparagus (Asparagus aethiopicus L.) in southern New South Wales. Paul O. Downey. (View PDF)109
Tasmania and Asparagus weeds: hanging in the balance. Jamie Cooper and Wayne Warren. (View PDF)117
Eradication of invasive alien plants on Lord Howe Island, NSW using three Asparagus species (Asparagus asparagoides (L.) Druce, A. plumosus Baker and A. aethiopicus L.) as a case study. J. Le Cussan. (View PDF)117
Progress against the national bridal creeper strategic plan and future priorities for Asparagus weed management in Australia. Dennis J. Gannaway and John G. Virtue. (View PDF)122
Summary of a bridal veil (Asparagus declinatus L.) workshop for South Australian regional groups. Susan L. Lawrie. (View PDF)126
Review of the current taxonomic status and authorship for Asparagus weeds in Australia. Kathryn L. Batchelor and John K. Scott. (View PDF)128
The chemical control of the environmental weed basket asparagus (Asparagus aethiopicus L. cv. Sprengeri) in Queensland. R.C. Breaden, T.R. Armstrong and D. Hinchliffe. (View PDF)131
The control of climbing asparagus (Asparagus africanus Lam.) in remnant Brigalow scrub in south-east Queensland. T.R. Armstrong, R.C. Breaden and D. Hinchliffe. (View PDF)134
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 21 Issue 4, 2006 
Weed–animal mutualisms. Tim Low. (View PDF)138
Weed invasions: taking a bird’s eye view of fleshy-fruited alien invaders. Gabrielle Vivian-Smith, Carl R. Gosper, Chris Stansbury and Eve White. (View PDF)139
Long distance dispersal of environmental weeds: potential lessons for community education. Lincoln Kern. (View PDF)141
Weed seed dispersal by cattle and sheep. Rex Stanton. (View PDF)145
The response of small mammals to the invasion of coast wattle (Acacia longifolia var. sophorae) in a fragmented heathland, south-west Victoria. Ellen Mitchell and Barbara A. Wilson. (View PDF)148
Rabbits, foxes and feral pigs – how do they impact on weeds? Tim Bloomfield and Steve McPhee. (View PDF)148
The biology of Australian weeds. 45. Calotropis procera (Aiton) W.T.Aiton. Blair S. Grace.  (View PDF)152
First report of the pendimethalin injury to cotton. Khalid P. Akhtar, M.A. Haq, F.F. Jamil, I.A. Khan, M. Hussain, A.I. Khan and M.K.R. Khan. (View PDF)161
Dose-response to metaldehyde and cytochrome P450 levels in Bradybaena similaris populations which have and have not had previous pesticide exposure. S. Salmijah, P.L. Chan, K.K. Wong, A. Maimon and B.S. Ismail. (View PDF163
Biological control potential of endemic Australian fungal pathogens of Nassella trichotoma (serrated tussock). S.G. Casonato, A.C. Lawrie and D.A. McLaren. (View PDF)166
Ruellia tweediana, a new name for a well known Queensland weed. A.R. Bean. (View PDF)170

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 20 Issues 1-4, 2005

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 20 Issue 1, 2005   
Best practise management of Chilean needle grass (Nassella neesiana) in conservation reserves – the seedbank story. Louise Beames, Colin Hocking and Peter Wlodarczyk. (View PDF)2
People as the forgotten ecological element of lowland grassland ecology – new perspectives on values and management. Colin Hocking. (View PDF)9
Management strategies for preventing weed invasion in urban grasslands. Nicholas S.G. Williams.  (View PDF)12
Effect of clipping and fertilizer addition on the feed value of Nassella neesiana (Chilean needle grass) during reproductive growth stages. Charles Grech, David McLaren, David Chapman and Brian M. Sindel. (View PDF)16
Integrated control of serrated tussock on a native grassland – more than one way to kill a cat! Frances Overmars. (View PDF)17
Invasive perennial grass weeds: a new fuel type? John Stoner, Robyn Adams and Dianne Simmons. (View PDF)21
Response of glyphosate-resistant and susceptible biotypes of goosegrass (Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn.) to fertilizer use. T.S. Chuah, S. Salmijah, Y.T. Teng and B.S. Ismail. (View PDF)22
The economic impact of weeds in Australia. Jack Sinden, Randall Jones, Susie Hester, Doreen Odom, Cheryl Kalisch, Rosemary James, Oscar Cacho and Garry Griffith. (View PDF)25
Australian Scirtothrips aurantii Faure (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) only survived on mother-of-millions (Bryophyllum delagoense) in a no-choice trial. A.G. Manners and K. Dhileepan. (View PDF)33
Can Nassella neesiana, Chilean needle grass, be incorporated into a grazing management system in Australia? M.R. Gardener, B.M. Sindel, R.D.B. Whalley and J.M. Earl. (View PDF)36
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 20 Issue 2, 2005 
Exotic plant species invasion in south west New South Wales: influence of a rare flooding event and grazing. S.K. Florentine and M.E. Westbrooke. (View PDF)42
Phenology of bellyache bush (Jatropha gossypiifolia L.) in northern Queensland. F.F. Bebawi, R.J. Mayer and S.D. Campbell. (View PDF)46
Morphological and RAPD variability among Malaysian ecotypes of barnyard grass (Echinochloa crus-galli var. crus-galli (L) P.Beauv.). Abdul Shukor Juraimi, Arifin Tasrif, Jugah Kadir, Soetikno Slamet Sastroutomo and Suhaimi Napis. (View PDF)52
Notes on the biology and ecology of Tribolium uniolae (L.f.) Renvoize and its spread in south-western Australia. Kate Brown and Kris Brooks. (View PDF)58
The effect of CO2 enrichment on the growth of a C3 weed (Parthenium hysterophorus L.) and its competitive interaction with a C4 grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.). S.C. Navie, R.E. McFadyen, F.D. Panetta and S.W. Adkins. (View PDF)61
Path analysis of two sympatric weed species (Echinochloa crus-galli ssp. crus-galli (L.) Beauv. and Ischaemum rugosum Salisb.) in competition with rice (Oryza sativa L. var. MR84) – a comparative study. Baki B. Bakar, Lajili Nabi Ahmed Nabi, Suhaimi Saad, Suzana Abdul Aziz and Abdul Munir Jaafar. (View PDF)67
Effects of boneseed (Chrysanthemoides monilifera (L.) Norl. ssp. monilifera) on the composition of the vegetation and the soil seed bank of an open eucalypt woodland. P.B. Thomas, H. Possingham and R. Roush. (View PDF)74
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 20 Issue 3, 2005 
Can acetic acid be used to control Nassella spp. – modifications to the ‘spray and hay’ method. Bram Mason. (View PDF)82
Direct seeding in weed infested remnant grassland situations using native forbs. Randall Robinson.   (View PDF)84
Making State weed laws work. Andreas Glanznig.    (View PDF)90
Victorian weed policies for private land. Leigh Dennis. (PPQ 20-3 pp101-102 Dennis.pdf)101
New initiatives for weed management on public land in Victoria. Kate McArthur and Stephen Platt. (View PDF)
>Weed R&D: Contributing to and influencing weed policy in Australia? Eligio Bruzzese. (View PDF)105
The management and threat of weeds – a VicRoads perspective. Jason Horlock. (View PDF)112
Victorian local government and weed management: programs, resources and management approaches. Nina Rogers. (View PDF)113
The effect of State Government policies on Local Government: Weeds on roadsides and in urban areas. Donna Groves.   (View PDF)116
The practice of the weed policies, do they work? Frances Overmars. (View PDF)117
Weed management – policy and reality. Robert V. Edgar.   (View PDF)122
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 20 Issue 4, 2005 
Potential for reduced-dose of synthetic aggregation pheromone of Carpophilus spp. for an attract and kill strategy in stone fruit orchard. Mofakhar S. Hossain and David G. Williams. (View PDF)126
Flowering and capsule production of bellyache bush (Jatropha gossypiifolia L.). F.F. Bebawi, R.J. Mayer and S.D. Campbell. (View PDF)129
Field evaluation of preseason applications of residual herbicides to control annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum Gaud.). M.J. Walsh, D.M. Minkey and S.B. Powles. (View PDF)133
Invasion history and ecology of the environmental weed balloon vine, Cardiospermum grandiflorum Swartz, in Australia. Scott P. Carroll, Michael Mathieson and Jenella E. Loye. (View PDF)140
Fecundity and germination of the invasive aquatic plant, Senegal tea (Gymnocoronis spilanthoides (D.Don) DC.). Gabrielle Vivian-Smith, David Hinchliffe and Jason Weber. (View PDF)145
A survey of travellers carrying host fruit of Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt), into a fruit fly free area in 1998/99 following road signposting of penalties for infringements. Bernie Dominiak and Idris Barchia. (View PDF)148
Review of community awareness at Riverina fruit fly roadblocks in New South Wales in 1998/99. Bernie Dominiak and Idris Barchia. (View PDF)154

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 19 Issues 1-4, 2004

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 19 Issue 1, 2004 
Susceptibility of European and Asian pears to pear scab. O.N. Villalta, W.S. Washington and G. McGregor. (View PDF)2
Evaluating the feasibility of eradication for terrestrial weed incursions. F.D. Panetta and Susan M. Timmins. (View PDF)5
The naturalized vascular plants of Western Australia 1: Checklist, environmental weeds and distribution in IBRA regions. Greg Keighery and Vanda Longman. (View PDF)12
Control methods for ochna (Ochna serrulata) (Hochst.) Walp. in south-east Queensland. Rebecca Breaden and Trevor Armstrong. (View PDF)33
Recent news about saffron thistle (Carthamus lanatus L.). Blair S. Grace, Andy W. Sheppard, R.D.B. (Wal) Whalley and Brian M. Sindel. (View PDF)36
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 19 Issue 2, 2004 
Perennial grass weeds in Australia: impacts, conflicts of interest and management issues. A.C. Grice. (View PDF)42
Perennial grasses: their uses and impacts in agricultural systems. Tim Prance. (View PDF)48
Uses and impacts of perennial grasses in South Australia: an environmental perspective. Murray J. Mathison. (View PDF)50
Perennial grasses in South Australia: a social perspective. Trevor Nottle. (View PDF)52
The perennial grass weeds workshop questionnaire and mapping exercise. Neville D. Crossman and Martin Weidenbach. (View PDF)54
The distribution, impacts and identification of exotic stipoid grasses in Australia. David A. McLaren, Val Stajsic and Linda Iaconis. (View PDF)59
Field survey results for Chilean needlegrass (Nassella neesiana (Trin. & Rupr.) Barkworth) and Texas needlegrass (Nassella leucotricha (Trin. & Rupr.) R.W.Pohl) in the Mt. Lofty Ranges, Fleurieu Peninsula and greater Adelaide regions of South Australia. Chris Obst and Travis How. (View PDF)67
Buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.): presenting the arid Northern Territory experience to our South Australian neighbours. Helen Puckey and David Albrecht. (View PDF69
Current distribution and strategic management options for buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.) in South Australia. John Pitt. (View PDF)73
Salt tolerant grasses in the Upper South East of South Australia: a perspective on production, saltland management and weed potential. Tracey Strugnell. (View PDF)74
Shut the gate, alien weedy grasses have bolted and more are on the way. Robert Myers. (View PDF)77
Coastal chameleons: good or bad grasses? Ron Taylor. (View PDF)80
Pussytail grass (Pentaschistis pallida (Thunb.) H.P.Linder) invading native vegetation in South Australia: distribution and management options. Meg A. Robertson. (View PDF)82
Future directions for managing perennial grass weeds in South Australia. John G. Virtue, Neville D. Crossman and Noel Richards. (View PDF)84
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 19 Issue 3, 2004 
Effects of mixed cropping on the population abundance of Aphis gossypii Glover and coccinellids on chilli. J.L. Chong, A.B. Idris and M.N. Mohamad Roff. (View PDF)90
The susceptibility of Chinese wormwood (Artemisia verlotiorum Lamotte) to various herbicides. Rebecca Breaden and Trevor Armstrong. (View PDF)96
Experimental inoculations of the rust fungus Puccinia xanthii, a biological control agent against Noogoora burr (Xanthium occidentale) in northern Australia. Veronica Edgar and Blair Grace. (View PDF)98
Economic benefits of a recent research program into controlling serrated tussock in south-eastern Australia. D.T. Vere, G.R. Griffith and R.E. Jones. (View PDF)102
Biological control of the papaya mealybug, Paracoccus marginatus (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) in Guam. D.E. Meyerdirk, R. Muniappan, R. Warkentin, J. Bamba and G.V.P. Reddy. (View PDF)110
Avoiding the penalties of spray drift with a practical look at glyphosate. Les Toohey.  (View PDF)115
New application techniques and nozzles. Peter Alexander.  (View PDF)117
Interaction of nozzles with spray fluids on droplet drift. J.H. Combellack. (View PDF)119
Trends in herbicide formulation development. Anthony Flynn and Philip Pentland. (View PDF)125
The ecology of common heliotrope in a Mediterranean dryland cropping system. James Hunt, Roger Cousens and Sue Knights.  (View PDF)126
Managing weeds in pulses – the wiping alternative. Katherine Hollaway.  (View PDF)127
Predicting clodinafop efficacy. T.S. Andrews, R.W. Medd, R. van de Ven and D.I. Pickering.  (View PDF)128
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 19 Issue 4, 2004 
Efficacy of tank-mix combinations of glyphosate and gramicides on the control of glyphosate resistant and susceptible biotypes of goosegrass (Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn.). T.S. Chuah, S. Salmijah and B.S. Ismail. (View PDF)130
The mortality of Siam weed (Chromolaena odorata) caused by fire in the Wet Tropics of northern Australia. Paul Williams, Justine Douglas, Mark Parsons and Merl Roberts. (View PDF)135
Factors affecting the control of Cytisus scoparius and restoration of invaded sites. Dean Dougherty and Sarah Hayden Reichard. (View PDF)137
Effect of seed rate and row spacing on the efficacy of clodinafop for combating isoproturon resistant Phalaris minor Retz. in wheat. M.S. Bhullar and U.S. Walia. (View PDF)143
Rural landholder attitudes towards the responsibilities and action for managing declared weeds in Western Australia. Frank D’Emden, Gael Bell, and Rick Llewellyn. (View PDF)147
Glutathione S-transferase and cytochrome P450 monoxygenase activities of Bradybaena similaris treated with metaldehyde. S. Salmijah, S.Z. Syed Zahiruddin and B.S. Ismail. (View PDF)151
Assessing the potential distribution of buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.) in Australia using a climate-soil model. B.E. Lawson, M.J. Bryant and A.J. Franks. (View PDF)155

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 18 Issues 1-4, 2003

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 18 Issue 1, 2003 
Adsorption, desorption and mobility of metsulfuron-methyl in Malaysian soils under oil palm plantation. B.S. Ismail and Chong Tet-Vun. (View PDF)2
Using aerial mapping to analyse factors affecting the spread of Scotch broom. Doreen Odom, G.R. Griffith, Mellesa Schroder and J.A. Sinden. (View PDF)6
Impact assessment and analysis of sixty-six priority invasive weeds in south-east Queensland. George N. Batianoff and Don W. Butler. (View PDF)11
Tolerance of Austrodanthonia fulva, Microlaena stipoides and Elymus scaber seedlings to nine herbicides. I. Cole, T. Koen, J. Metcalfe, W. Johnston and M. Mitchell. (View PDF)18
Allelopathic potential of the newly emerging weed Solanum mauritianum Scop. (Solanaceae) in the wet tropics of north-east Queensland. S.K. Florentine and M.E. Westbrooke. (View PDF23
Sparaxis bulbifera (Iridaceae) invading a clay based wetland on the Swan Coastal Plain – control methods and observations on the reproductive biology. Kate Brown and Kris Brooks. (View PDF)26
Effects of shade and watering frequency on growth and development of glyphosate-resistant and susceptible biotypes of goosegrass (Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn.). B.S. Ismail, T.S. Chuah, S. Salmijah and Y.T. Teng. (View PDF)30
Sleeper weeds – a useful concept? A.C. Grice and N. Ainsworth. (View PDF)35
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 18 Issue 2, 2003 
A survey of the weed status and management of Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit in Queensland, Australia. H. Max Shelton, Scott A. Dalzell and Fiona L. McNeill. (View PDF)42
Effects of temperature and moisture on the persistence of terbuthylazine in two Malaysian agricultural soils. B.S. Ismail and O. Dan-Lin. (View PDF)48
Current status of the red coconut scale, Furcaspis oceanica Lindinger (Homoptera: Diaspididae) and its parasitoid, Adelencyrtus oceanicus Doutt (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), in Guam. R. Muniappan, Jesse Bamba, Junard Cruz and G.V.P. Reddy. (View PDF)52
Field trials of the efficacy of ‘Grain 96-1’: a methyl anthranilate bird repellent. Barry Kentish, Dean Robertson and Ian Temby. (View PDF)55
Herbicide registration, off-label use and understanding labels. Alan Roberts.  (View PDF)60
Spray drift within natural vegetation, legislation and reality. Jim Stranger.  (View PDF)64
Herbicide use in natural vegetation – the problems faced by local government, implementation and the importance of record keeping. Katrina Roberg.  (View PDF)66
Off-label advice within natural situations, including riparian zones. Nigel Ainsworth.  (View PDF)67
Problems with controlling weeds on roadsides: case studies on the control of Spanish heath and whisky grass in East Gippsland. Kingsley Sexton. (View PDF)68
Environmental weed treatment in Melbourne’s water catchment. Miles Stewart-Howie.  (View PDF)70
Herbicide control of exotic grasses in south-east Australian native grasslands: case study with serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma). Bram Mason and Colin Hocking. (View PDF)72
The implementation of weed control on Phillip Island. Kellie Nichols and Derek Hibbert. (View PDF)77
Weed control in establishing native tree species. I.B. Tomkins. (View PDF)80
Mobility of herbicides applied to hard surfaces in riparian zones. Michael Williamson and Nigel Ainsworth. (View PDF)82
Weeds in wild places – managing environmental compliance. Chris Knight.  (View PDF)84
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 18 Issue 3, 2003 
The biology of Australian weeds. 42. Leucaena leucocephala (Lamark) de Wit. Craig Walton.  (View PDF)90
Management of the South African grass Tribolium uniolae (L.f.) Renvoize invading threatened plant communities in the Brixton Street Wetlands. Kate Brown and Kris Brooks. (View PDF)99
Post-dispersal seed predation of three major pasture weeds in southern Australia. M.J. Neave and R.K. Huwer. (View PDF)102
Distribution and potential impact of Opuntia aurantiaca (tiger pear) along Little River, Victoria. David Dance, Robyn Adams and Dianne Simmons. (View PDF)107
Effect of artificial defoliation on growth and biomass of Lantana camara L. (Verbenaceae). Sonya Broughton. (View PDF)110
Flowering, fruiting, germination and seed dispersal of the newly emerging weed Solanum mauritianum Scop. (Solanaceae) in the wet tropics of north Queensland. S.K. Florentine, M. Craig and M.E. Westbrooke. (View PDF)116
Survey of Polymeria longifolia (Lindley) in the Australian cotton industry. Stephen B. Johnson, Brian M. Sindel and Christine E. Jones. (View PDF)120
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 18 Issue 3, 2003 
The biology of Australian weeds. 42. Leucaena leucocephala (Lamark) de Wit. Craig Walton.  (View PDF)90
Management of the South African grass Tribolium uniolae (L.f.) Renvoize invading threatened plant communities in the Brixton Street Wetlands. Kate Brown and Kris Brooks. (View PDF)99
Post-dispersal seed predation of three major pasture weeds in southern Australia. M.J. Neave and R.K. Huwer. (View PDF)102
Distribution and potential impact of Opuntia aurantiaca (tiger pear) along Little River, Victoria. David Dance, Robyn Adams and Dianne Simmons. (View PDF)107
Effect of artificial defoliation on growth and biomass of Lantana camara L. (Verbenaceae). Sonya Broughton. (View PDF)110
Flowering, fruiting, germination and seed dispersal of the newly emerging weed Solanum mauritianum Scop. (Solanaceae) in the wet tropics of north Queensland. S.K. Florentine, M. Craig and M.E. Westbrooke. (View PDF)116
Survey of Polymeria longifolia (Lindley) in the Australian cotton industry. Stephen B. Johnson, Brian M. Sindel and Christine E. Jones. (View PDF)120
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 18 Issue 4, 2003 
The biology of Australian weeds 43. Polymeria longifolia Lindl. Stephen B. Johnson, Brian M. Sindel, Robin S. Jessop and Christine E. Jones.  (View PDF)130
Demography, fecundity and natural enemy dynamics of rubber vine (Cryptostegia grandiflora) in riparian and upland sites of north Queensland. I.J. Radford. (View PDF)138
Dose-response relationship between mancozeb fungicide application in the field and sugarcane growth response. R.C. Magarey, J.I. Bull and D. Greenway. (View PDF)143
Effects of burial and age on viability of rubber vine (Cryptostegia grandiflora) seeds. F.F. Bebawi, S.D. Campbell and A.M. Lindsay. (View PDF)147
Mapping the distribution of Parkinsonia aculeata in the Cape River catchment in north Queensland, Australia. R.A. Lawes, L.V. Whiteman and A.C. Grice. (View PDF)152
Interactions between frugivorous birds and weeds in Queensland as determined from a survey of birders. Chris D. Stansbury and Gabrielle Vivian-Smith. (View PDF)157

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 17 Issues 1-4, 2002

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 17 Issue 1, 2002 
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 39. Ziziphus mauritiana Lam. A.C. Grice.  (View PDF)2
Occurrence of weeds in the perennial pasture zone of New South Wales. J.J. Dellow, G.C. Wilson, W.McG. King and B.A. Auld. (View PDF)12
Evaluation of herbicides for the control of the environmental weed bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides). G.H. Pritchard. (View PDF)17
Assessment of invasive naturalized plants in south-east Queensland. George N. Batianoff and Don W. Butler. (View PDF)27
Seed soaking method to test resistance in Raphanus raphanistrum to ALS-inhibiting herbicides. Abul Hashem and David G. Bowran. (View PDF)35
Plant Protection QuarterlybVolume 17 Issue 2, 2002 
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 40. Bryophyllum Salisb. species. M.A. Hannan-Jones and J. Playford  (View PDF)42
Long-term control of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.) by applying flupropanate at three-year or 10-year intervals. M.H. Campbell, D.T. Vere and H.I. Nicol. (View PDF)58
Use of the conductivity test to estimate soybean seed emergence and resistance to infection by Fusarium oxysporum in the southern United States. P.D. Meints, L.E. Trevathan, and F.W. Maideni. (View PDF)64
Priority lists for weed research in the wet- and dry-tropics of north Queensland. F.F. Bebawi, S.D. Campbell and T.D Stanley. (View PDF)67
The effect of various herbicides on Gloriosa superba L. in the Moreton district of Queensland. E.C. Sparkes, S. Grace and F.D. Panetta. (View PDF)74
The effects of various herbicides on Bryophyllum pinnatum (Lam.) Pers in Nudgee Wetlands Reserve, Queensland. E.C. Sparkes, S. Grace and F.D. Panetta. (View PDF)77
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 17 Issue 3, 2002 
Victorian Government initiatives towards rapid response and prevention of invasive plant species. Jack Craw. (View PDF)82
Impacts and control of exotic stipoid grasses in Australia – what have we learnt since 1998? Colin Hocking. (View PDF)83
Economics of serrated tussock and Mexican feather grass in Victoria: Why we need to act now. T.A. Morfe, J. Weiss and D.A. McLaren. (View PDF)86
Competition between native grasses and serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma) at low fertility – initial results. Warwick B. Badgery, David R. Kemp, David L. Michalk and Warren McG. King.  (View PDF)95
The potential for repair of exotic stipoid grass infested sites with kangaroo grass (Themeda triandra Forssk.) with special reference to remnant native grasslands. Bram Mason and Colin Hocking. (View PDF)98
Ecological modelling of serrated tussock. Darren Kriticos, Shona Lamoureaux, Warren King, William Pettit, Graeme Bourdôt and Warwick Badgery. (View PDF)102
Biological control of serrated tussock and Chilean needlegrass. F. Anderson, W. Pettit, D.T. Briese and D.A. McLaren. (View PDF)104
Variation in size and seed germination in Australian serrated tussock. S.G. Casonato, A.C. Lawrie, D.A. McLaren and K.L. Butler. (View PDF)111
Serrated tussock. David Boyle.  (View PDF)114
A rate rebate incentive scheme to manage exotic stipoid grasses. Alan Brennan. (View PDF)116
GROW WEST – controlling serrated tussock at a catchment scale with an integrated landscape change project. David Buntine.  (View PDF)118
Stipoid grasses as Weeds of National Significance. D.A. McLaren, R. Coventry and J. Thorp. (View PDF)119
Genetic variation in Nassella neesiana (Chilean needlegrass) in Australia. D.L. Britt, A.C. Lawrie and D.A. McLaren.  (View PDF)125
Stipoid posters – another extension tool for the Monaro. Linda Ayres.  (View PDF)126
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 17 Issue 4, 2002 
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 41. Pittosporum undulatum Vent. Trudi L. Mullett.  (View PDF)130
The impact of the European olive (Olea europaea L. subsp. europaea) on grey box (Eucalyptus microcarpa Maiden) woodland in South Australia. Neville D. Crossman. (View PDF)140
Possible origin of rampion mignonette populations from garden escapes. David Cooke. (View PDF)147
Attempted suppression of Inopus rubriceps (Macquart) (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) by application of insecticides to plant crops of sugarcane. P.R. Samson. (View PDF)148
Genetic variability identified in populations of the rice weed starfruit (Damasonium minus) by simple sequence repeats. F.G. Jahromi, G.J. Ash and E.J. Cother. (View PDF)151
Impact of foliar herbicides on germination and viability of Siam weed (Chromoleana odorata) seeds located on plants at the time of application. M.J. Setter and S.D. Campbell. (View PDF)155
Neurada procumbens L. (Neuradaceae): a new record for Australia and a potential threat to Australia’s sandy deserts. David E. Albrecht, Robyn M. Barker, W.R. (Bill) Barker and John Gavin. (View PDF)158
Using digital image analysis to estimate flower numbers of Cootamundra wattle (Acacia baileyana F.Muell.) and hence determine seed production and weed potential. Anne Morgan, Peta Adams, Peter Kolesik and Margaret Sedgley, Sue Carthew and Kathy Haskard. (View PDF)162
Coreopsis lanceolata L. (Asteraceae): another environmental weed for Queensland and Australia. George N. Batianoff and David A. Halford. (View PDF)168

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 16 Issues 1-4, 2001

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 16 Issue 1, 2001 
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 37. Prosopis L. species. Rieks D. van Klinken and Shane D. Campbell.  (View PDF)2
A farmer survey of weed management and herbicide resistance problems of winter crops in Australia. Y. Alemseged, R.E. Jones and R.W. Medd. (View PDF)21
Chemical control of broad-leaved pepper tree (Schinus terebinthifolius Raddi). F.D. Panetta and T.M.D. Anderson. (View PDF)26
Chamaesyce ophthalmica (Pers.) Burch (Euphorbiaceae): a weed species newly recorded from Australia. Wayne K. Harris. (View PDF)31
A comparison of the effects of foliar applications of glyphosate and fluroxypyr on Madeira vine, Anredera cordifolia (Ten.) van Steenis. S.L. Prior and T.R. Armstrong. (View PDF)33
Comparative survey of weeds surviving in triazine-tolerant and conventional canola crops in south-eastern Australia. D. Lemerle, R.E. Blackshaw, A.B. Smith, T.D. Potter and S.J. Marcroft. (View PDF)37
Chemical control of harungana (Harungana madagascariensis) shrubs in Queensland. Joseph Vitelli and Peter van Haaren. (PView PDF)41
Paraquat resistance in the broadleaf weed Crassocephalum crepidioides (Benth.) S.Moore from the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia. B.S. Ismail, T.S. Chuah and K.H. Hussin. (View PDF)44
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 16 Issue 2, 2001 
The effect of cutting on the survival Mimosa pigra and its application to the use of blade ploughing as a control method. T.J. Schatz. (View PDF)50
Environmental weeds of Christmas Island (Indian Ocean) and their management. J.T. Swarbrick and R. Hart. (View PDF)54
The effect of imidacloprid on survival of some beneficial arthropods. David G. James and Beverley Vogele. (View PDF)58
Gall-inducing insects and biological control of Parthenium hysterophorus L. (Asteraceae). S.K. Florentine, A. Raman and K. Dhileepan. (View PDF)63
Herbicides to replace flupropanate for the control of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.). M.H. Campbell and H.I. Nicol. (View PDF)69
A wedge shaped bluff plate air-assisted sprayer: I. Spray deposits on artificial targets. G.O. Furness, M.M. Wearne, J.J. Hastings, P.S. Barton and A.B. Frensham. (View PDF)75
A wedge shaped bluff plate air-assisted sprayer: II. Spray deposits on lucerne (Medicago sativa L.). G.O. Furness, M.M. Wearne, J.J. Hastings, P.S. Barton and C.B. Dyson. (View PDF)84
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 16 Issue 3, 2001 
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 38. Lonicera japonica Thunb. Peter A. Williams, Susan M. Timmins, Jeremy M.B. Smith and Paul O. Downey. (View PDF)90
A wedge shaped bluff plate air-assisted sprayer: III. High-speed, low volume herbicide spraying in dryland field cropping systems. G.O. Furness, M.M. Wearne, J.J. Hastings, P.S. Barton and C.B. Dyson. (View PDF)101
Effect of dry heat on germination and viability of Cryptostegia grandiflora seeds. Faiz F. Bebawi and Peter J. Row. (View PDF)108
Control of Mimosa pigra by Phloeospora mimosae-pigrae: liquid culture production and application technique. B.R. Hennecke, S. Chakraborty and M.L. Dale. (View PDF)111
Can some Australian plants be invasive? R.H. Groves. (View PDF)114
Effects of the native environmental weed Pittosporum undulatum Vent. (sweet pittosporum) on plant biodiversity. Trudi L. Mullett. (View PDF)117
Transcontinental invasions of vascular plants in Australia, an example of natives from south-west Western Australia weedy in Victoria. J.P. Pigott. (View PDF)121
Australian plants as weeds in Victoria. G.W. Carr. (View PDF)124
NGIA initiatives in environmental weed management. Jolyon Burnett. (View PDF)125
Native plants as environmental weeds on the Mornington Peninsula. Scott Coutts. (View PDF)127
Biological control of weedy native plants in Australia. Eligio Bruzzese and Ian Faithfull. (View PDF)129
A challenge for our values: Australian plants as weeds. Tim Low. (View PDF)133
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 16 Issue 4, 2001 
Garden thugs, a national list of invasive and potentially invasive garden plants. Rod Randall. (View PDF)138
Predicting the likely success of biological control of hawkweeds in New Zealand. Pauline Syrett, Lindsay Smith, Gitta Grosskopf and Colin Meurk. (View PDFf)172

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 15 Issues 1-4, 2000

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 15 Issue 1, 2000 
Development of resistance in Achatina fulica Fer. and Bradybaena similaris Fer. towards metaldehyde. S. Salmijah, M.K. Chan, B.H. Kong, A. Maimon and B.S. Ismail. (View PDF)2
Effects of soil disturbance and weed removal on germination within woodlands infested by boneseed (Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. monilifera). P.B. Thomas, H. Possingham and R. Roush. (View PDF)6
Biological control of Carduus pycnocephalus and C. tenuiflorus using the rust fungus Puccinia cardui-pycnocephali. J.J. Burdon, P.H. Thrall, R.H. Groves and P. Chaboudez. (View PDF)14
Horehound (Marrubium vulgare): a comparison between European and Australian populations. John Weiss and Jean-Louis Sagliocco. (View PDF)18
The insect fauna associated with horehound (Marrubium vulgare L.) in western Mediterranean Europe and Morocco: potential for biological control in Australia. Jean-Louis Sagliocco. (PPQ 15-1 pp021-25 Sagliocco.pdf)21
The release and establishment of two biological control agents of horehound (Marrubium vulgare L.) in south-eastern Australia. Emma Wills. (View PDF)26
Biological control of horehound: lessons from South Australia. C.R. Clarke, J. Baker, M.A. Keller and R.T. Roush. (View PDF)29
Progress on the rearing, release and establishment of the horehound plume moth, Wheeleria spilodactylus (Curtis), for the biological control of horehound in Tasmania. J.E. Ireson, R.J. Holloway and W.S. Chatterton. (View PDF)33
Mating behaviour of horehound plume moth: implications for Allee effects. Megan Leyson and Michael Keller. (View PDF)36
Integration of herbicide treatments with the plume moth for horehound control. N. Ainsworth and C. Morris. (View PDF)37
Integrated management of horehound (Marrubium vulgare L.) in Wyperfeld National Park. John Weiss and Emma Wills. (View PDF)40
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 15 Issue 2, 2000 
Population density and distribution of the biological control agent Carmenta mimosa on Mimosa pigra in the Adelaide and Finniss River catchments of the Northern Territory. Nicole Ostermeyer. (View PDF)46
Applications for molecular biology in weed management. N.G. Paltridge. (View PDF)50
Pheromone-trapping of Carpophilus spp. (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae): fauna, abundance and seasonality in some Australian horticultural regions. David G. James, Richard J. Faulder, Beverley Vogele and Christopher J. Moore. (View PDF)57
Impact of fire on rubber vine (Cryptostegia grandiflora R.Br.) and associated pasture and germinable seed bank in a sub-riparian habitat of north Queensland. F.F. Bebawi, S.D. Campbell, A.M. Lindsay and A.G. Grice. (View PDF)62
Biotechnology – what is it and what can it achieve? Steve Sutherland. (View PDF)67
Genetically modified organisms – the farmer’s side of the field. Bob Watters. (View PDF)69
The myths of gene transfer – a canola case study. P.A. Salisbury. (View PDF)71
Managing herbicide resistance in weeds from use of herbicide tolerant crops. Christopher Preston and Mary A. Rieger. (View PDF)77
Regulatory overview – challenges, changes, champions. Naomi Stevens. (View PDF)80
Requirements and regulations – a Victorian perspective. Catherine Hollywell. (View PDF)82
The media’s role in the GMO furore. Graeme O’Neill.  (View PDF)85
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 15 Issue 3, 2000 
Crop-weed competition studies in French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). J.S. Mishra, V.P. Singh and V.M. Bhan. (View PDF)90
Can competition from Themeda triandra inhibit invasion by the perennial exotic grass Nassella neesiana in native grasslands? Ian D. Lunt and John W. Morgan. (View PDF)92
Growth of alligator weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides (Mart.) Griseb. (Amaranthaceae)) and population development of Agasicles hygrophila. Selman & Vogt (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in northern New Zealand. Carol A. Stewart, R. Bruce Chapman and Chris M.A. Frampton. (View PDF)95
Trends in invasion by alien woody plants of the New England region, New South Wales. J.M.B. Smith. (View PDF)102
‘Which are my worst weeds?’ A simple ranking system for prioritizing weeds. R.P. Randall. (View PDF)109
The effect of sheep and goat grazing on variegated thistle (Silybum marianum) populations in annual pastures. D.F. Stanley, P.J. Holst and C.J. Allan.(View PDF)116
Effect of split applications of herbicides on the control of Hypericum perforatum L. (St. John’s wort) and regeneration of native grasses and annual clovers on non-arable land. M.H. Campbell and H.I. Nicol. (View PDF)119
GIS – traps, maps and databases. Ian Allan. (View PDF)123
Priority weed mapping in Melton Shire. Megan Suter.  (View PDF)125
Cheap, effective GIS aids catchment planning. Rick Pope and Jacinta Burns.  (View PDF)126
Is the application of remote sensing to weed mapping just ‘S-pie in the sky’? Dave Bulman. (View PDF)127
Mapping the future – PMIS and beyond. J.R. Backholer. (View PDF)132
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 15 Issue 4, 2000 
Broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link) population management strategies. Andy W. Sheppard, John R. Hosking and Andrew R. Leys. (View PDF)134
Raising awareness of the broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link) problem on the Barrington Tops, New South Wales. Bev Adams. (View PDF)139
An introduction to the biogeography and ecology of broom (Cytisus scoparius) in Australia. J.M.B. Smith. (View PDF)140
Impacts of broom (Cytisus scoparius) in western North America. Dennis L. Isaacson. (View PDF)145
Status of broom in New Zealand. Simon Fowler and Pauline Syrett.  (View PDF)148
Determinants of broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link) abundance in Europe. Quentin Paynter, Simon V. Fowler, Jane Memmott, Richard H. Shaw and Andy W. Sheppard. (View PDF)149
Factors affecting broom regeneration in Australia and their management implications. Andy Sheppard, Peter Hodge and Quentin Paynter. (View PDF)156
Controlling broom (Cytisus scoparius) in pasture on the Barrington Tops – a graziers perspective. A. Clark. (View PDF)161
Broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link) competition and management in eucalypt tree farms. C.D. Barnes and G.K. Holz. (View PDF)163
Controlling broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link) in native forest ecosystems. K. Carter and A. Signor. (View PDF)165
Herbicides for broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link): testing alternatives to Grazon®. Craig Hore. (View PDF)167
Controlling broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link) in natural ecosystems in Barrington Tops National Park. Mellesa Schroder and Chris Howard. (View PDF)169
Threats to the rare and threatened plant species of Barrington Tops. Anne Heinrich and Bill Dowling. (View PDF)172
Brooms as part of the Australian nursery industry. Ian Atkinson and Andy Sheppard. (View PDF)176
Broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link) and fire: management implications. Paul O. Downey. (View PDF)178
Cutting and mulching broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link): a Tasmanian perspective. Eddie Talbot. (View PDF)183

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 14 Issues 1-4, 1999

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 14 Issue 1, 1999 
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 35. Solanum elaeagnifolium Cav. J.W. Heap and R.J. Carter.  (View PDF)2
The effect of herbicide and goats on survival and seed production of Illyrian thistle (Onopordum illyricum L.). L. Torrano, P.J. Holst and D.F Stanley. (View PDF)13
Seasonal abundance of woolly apple aphid, Eriosoma lanigerum (Hausmann) and its important natural enemies in Armidale, northern New South Wales. S.K. Asante. (View PDF)16
Chemical control of bedstraw (Galium tricornutum Dandy) in wheat, barley, field peas, chickpeas and faba beans in southern Australia. Michael R. Moerkerk. (View PDF)24
Pod classification and its role in rubber vine (Cryptostegia grandiflora) germination and emergence. F.F. Bebawi and J.R. McKenzie. (View PDF)30
Efficacy of Vapam (metam-sodium) against pink ground pearl, Eumargarodes laingi Jakubski (Hemiptera: Margarodidae), in sugarcane. P.R. Samson and W.J. Harris. (View PDF)35
Seedling production by Madeira vine (Anredera cordifolia) . J.T. Swarbrick. (View PDF)38
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 14 Issue 2, 1999 
Costs of major pests and diseases to the Australian sugar industry. R.S. McLeod, G.G McMahon and P.G. Allsopp. (View PDF)42
Chemical control of blue periwinkle (Vinca major L.) in Croajingolong National Park, Victoria. K.L. Twyford and G.S. Baxter. (View PDF)47
Use of prescribed fire to enhance control of English broom (Cytisus scoparius) invading a subalpine snowgum woodland in Victoria. D.C. Robertson, J.W. Morgan and M. White. (View PDF)51
Impact of foliar herbicides on pod and seed behaviour of rust-infected rubber vine (Cryptostegia grandiflora) plants. F.F. Bebawi, P.L. Jeffrey, J.R. McKenzie, J.S. Vitelli and A.M. Lindsay.(View PDF)57
Control of bracken (Pteridium esculentum) in Tasmania using wiper application of metsulfuron methyl and glyphosate. K.R. Young and P.W.G. Sale .(View PDF)63
Weed control thresholds: a useful concept in natural ecosystems? F.D. Panetta and R.F. James. (View PDF)68
Alligator weed – an aquatic weed present in Australian backyards. Lalith Gunasekera. (View PDF)77
Emerging aquatic weeds. Kevin Krake. (View PDF)79
Aquatic weed control in irrigation. Jim Wilding. (View PDF)79
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 14 Issue 3, 1999 
Seed dormancy in serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.) in New South Wales. M.H. Campbell and H.I. Nicol. (View PDF)82
A survey of the use of flupropanate in New South Wales for the control of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.). C.C. Lee and G.M. Gurr. (View PDF)86
The effect of longer spray intervals, reduced rates, or mixtures of three fungicides on fruit rots in strawberry. W.S. Washington, S. Engleitner and N. Shanmuganathan. (View PDF)88
Keynote address: Environmental weeds – past, present and future. R.H. Groves. (View PDF)92
Victorian weeds strategy: legislation and enforcement. David McKenzie.  (View PDF)95
Preventing the introduction of potential new weeds to Australia. Paul Pheloung. (View PDF)96
Background to the Nursery Industry Association of Victoria. Greg King. (View PDF)100
Garden plants under the spotlight. Kate Blood. (View PDF)103
Overview of green waste recycling research conducted by the Institute for Horticultural Development. Emily Tee, Kevin Wilkinson, Susannah Tymms and Vanessa Hood. (View PDF)104
The latest in environmental weed information. Kate Blood.  (View PDF)108
Current research on environmental weeds. Nigel Ainsworth.  (View PDF)108
Contingency planning for new and emerging weeds in Victoria. John Weiss.  (View PDF)112
Future and expanding weeds. Kate Blood.  (View PDF)115
Early intervention: the process. Roger Spencer. (View PDF)116
Monitoring and evaluation of environmental weeds. Nigel Ainsworth.  (View PDF)117
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 14 Issue 4, 1999 
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 36. Ligustrum lucidum Aiton and Ligustrum sinense Lour. J.T. Swarbrick, S.M. Timmins and K.M. Bullen.  (View PDFf)122
Control of powdery mildew and black spot on roses with petroleum spray oil. O. Nicetic, D.M. Watson and G.A.C. Beattie. (View PDF)131
Potential use of Exserohilum monoceras as a biological control agent for Echinochloa spp. (barnyard grass) in Vietnam. Nguyen Van Tuat, Tran Hu Hanh, Shane D. Hetherington, Duong Van Chin and Bruce A. Auld. (View PDF)136
Awareness and adoption of IPM by Australian potato growers. P.A. Horne, J.E. Rae, A.P. Henderson and R. Spooner-Hart. (View PDF)139
A decimal code for the growth and development stages of wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum L.). G.P. Madafiglio, R.W. Medd and P.S. Cornish. (View PDF)143
Effect of fungicides on leaf rust, yield and kernel weight of three winter wheat cultivars in Mississippi. M.A. Khan, L.E. Trevathan and J.T. Robbins. (View PDF)147
Decreased phytotoxicity of diuron applied over ash of recently burned kangaroo grass (Themeda australis (R.Br.) Stapf). John Toth, Paul J. Milham and C. Jill Kaldor. (View PDF)151

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 13 Issues 1-4, 1998

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 13 Issue 1, 1998 
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 33. Senecio madagascariensis Poir. B.M. Sindel, I.J. Radford, R.H. Holtkamp and P.W. Michael.  (View PDF)2
The effect of non-crop vegetation on the insect pests and their natural enemies in cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) plantations. R.K. Peng, K. Christian and K. Gibb. (View PDF)16
‘Weed seeds and whoopsie daisies’: viability of bitou bush Chrysanthemoides monilifera seeds in fox (Vulpes vulpes) scats. Paul D. Meek. (View PDF)21
Potential selective herbicides for kyllinga (Cyperus brevifolius Rottb.) in irrigated pastures. F.L.F Henskens and K.O. Fallow. (View PDF)25
The three forms of skeleton weed (Chondrilla juncea L.) in Australia differ in their susceptibility to herbicides. I.D. Black, R.N. Pederson and D.W. Stephenson. (View PDF)29
Allelopathic effects of Triticum speltoides on two important weeds of wheat. Abul Hashem and Steve W. Adkins.  (View PDF)33
Effects of wiping herbicides on serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.) and African lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula (Shrad.) Nees). M.H. Campbell and H.I. Nicol. (View PDF)36
Herbicide control of exotic annual plant species in Acacia acuminata–Eucalyptus loxephleba woodland in south-western Australia and effects on native ground flora. Graham. W. Arnold, John W. Weeldenberg and Joe Leone. (View PDF)39
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 13 Issue 2, 1998 
The Biology of Australian Weeds 34. Ulex europaeus L. R.G. Richardson and R.L. Hill.  (View PDF)46
Identification of South American tussock weeds. Neville Walsh. (View PDF)59
The distribution and impact of South/North American stipoid grasses (Poaceae: Stipeae) in Australia. D.A. McLaren, V. Stajsic and M.R. Gardener. (View PDF)62
The economics of serrated tussock in New South Wales. R.E. Jones and D.T. Vere. (View PDF)70
The biology of Nassella and Achnatherum species naturalized in Australia and the implications for management on conservation lands. M.R. Gardener and B.M. Sindel. (View PDF)76
Biological and ecological impact of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.) on pastures in Australia. M.H. Campbell. (View PDF)80
Land management of Nassella areas – implications for conservation. Colin Hocking. (View PDF)86
Management of serrated tussock in farming areas. Lisa Miller. (View PDF)91
The transmission of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma) seeds through the sheep rumen and their viability after ingestion. Cathy Cook. (View PDF)93
Biological control of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma): Is it worth pursuing? D.T. Briese and H.C. Evans. (View PDF)94
Serrated tussock in Tasmania. Christian Goninon. (View PDF)98
Fungi in Victoria with biological control potential for Nassella trichotoma (serrated tussock). I.P. Hussaini, A.C. Lawrie and D.A. McLaren.(View PDF)99
Efficacy of herbicides against serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma) in a pot trial. Alice Melland and David McLaren. (View PDF)102
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 13 Issue 3, 1998   
Effect of herbicides on seedhead production and control of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.). M.H. Campbell, L.G. Miller and H.I. Nicol. (View PDF)106
Tolerance to herbicides of ground cover species for New Zealand orchards. K.C. Harrington and A. Rahman. (View PDF)111
Weed seedbank estimation, spatial distribution, decline and potential for predicting future weed populations. A. Rahman, T.K. James, G. Bourdôt and N. Grbavac. (View PDF)117
Weed invasion of the tropical Mackay coast, Queensland, Australia. George N. Batianoff and Andrew J. Franks. (View PDF)123
Mechanical defoliation as a management tool for kyllinga (Cyperus brevifolius) in irrigated pasture. F.L.F. Henskens. (View PDF)131
Effect of abamectin on citrus rust mite Phyllocoptruta oleivora and brown citrus rust mite Tegolophus australis and the scale natural enemies Aphytis lingnanensis and Chilocorus circumdatus on oranges. D. Smith, N.J. Smith and K.M. Smith. (View PDF)136
Effects of water stress, shading and clipping on growth and development of Asystasia gangetica. Ismail B. Sahid and A. Shukor Juraimi. (View PDF)140
Tolerance to soil type of pink ground pearl Eumargarodes laingi Jakubski (Hemiptera: Margarodidae) on sugarcane. B.C. Dominiak, N.G. McGill, and P.G. Allsopp. (View PDF)143
Mapping blackberry thickets in the Kosciuszko National Park using airborne video data. Paul Frazier. (View PDF)145
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 13 Issue 4, 1998 
Towards an integrated management system for blackberry (Rubus fruticosus L. agg.). Introduction. R.H. Groves. (View PDF)151
Taxonomy and genotypes of the Rubus fruticosus L. aggregate in Australia. K.J. Evans, D.E. Symon and R.T. Roush. (View PDF)152
Relationships between weedy and commercially grown Rubus species. G. McGregor. (View PDF)157
The biology of blackberry in south-eastern Australia. E. Bruzzese. (View PDF)160
Blackberry in New Zealand. S.R. Pennycook. (View PDF)163
Economics of blackberries: current data and rapid valuation techniques. R. James and M. Lockwood. (View PDF)175
Impact of blackberry on an endangered species. J.D. Briggs. (View PDF)179
Herbicide responses of blackberry (Rubus fruticosus L. agg.) in Central Tablelands of New South Wales. B.R. Milne and J.J. Dellow. (View PDF)180
The effect of Phragmidium violaceum (Shultz) Winter (Uredinales) on Rubus fruticosus L. agg. in south-eastern Victoria. F.A. Mahr and E. Bruzzese. (View PDF)182
Control of blackberry in the New England region. K.G. Waters. (View PDF)186
Blackberry control on farms. Fran Sorensen.  (View PDF)188
Regeneration of blackberry-infested native vegetation. R.J.-P. Davies. (View PDF)189
Towards the integrated management of blackberry: Workshop summary and recommendations. R.H. Groves, Jann Williams and R.T. Roush. (View PDF)196

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 12 Issues 1-4, 1997

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 12 Issue 1, 1997 
Weed science directions in the USA: what has been achieved and where the USA is going. Stephen O. Duke. (View PDF)2
The Biology of Australian Weeds 29. Acacia nilotica ssp. indica (Benth.) Brenan. A.P. Mackey.  (View PDF)7
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 30. Vulpia bromoides ((L.) S.F. Gray) and V. myuros ((L.) C.C. Gmelin). Alexandra Wallace.  (View PDF)18
Chemical control of thunbergia (Thunbergia grandiflora). Peter van Haaren and Joseph Vitelli.(View PDF)29
A review of spray generation, delivery to the target and how adjuvants influence the process. Paul C.H. Miller and M. Clare Butler Ellis. (View PDF)33
Effects of adjuvants on the characteristics of low drift flat fan nozzles. R.G. Richardson and J.H. Combellack. (View PDF)39
 Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 12 Issue 2, 1997 
St. John’s wort: Introduction. R.H. Groves. (View PDF)51
History of the introduction and spread of St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum L.) in Australia. J.A. Harris and A.M. Gill. (View PDF)52
St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) in Western Australia. Jonathan Dodd and John K. Scott. (View PDF)57
Population dynamics of St. John’s wort in south-eastern Australia. D.T. Briese. (View PDF)59
Variation in Hypericum perforatum L. (St. John’s wort) in New South Wales. M.H. Campbell, C.E. May, I.A. Southwell, J.D. Tomlinson and P.W. Michael. (View PDF)64
Evidence for resistance in Hypericum perforatum to a biological control agent, the eriophyid mite Aculus hyperici. P.W. Jupp, D.T. Briese and J.M. Cullen. (View PDF)67
Genetic variability of Hypericum perforatum L. (Clusiaceae) and the detection of resistance to the biological control agent Aculus hyperici Liro (Eriophyidae). G.M. Mayo and R.T. Roush. (View PDF)70
Biological control of St. John’s wort: past, present and future. D.T. Briese. (View PDF)73
The potential of fungal pathogens to control Hypericum species in Australia. D.A. McLaren, E. Bruzzese and I.G. Pascoe. (View PDF)81
Redistribution and present status of the mite Aculus hyperici for the control of St. John’s wort, Hypericum perforatum, in Australia. F.A. Mahr, R.M. Kwong, D.A. McLaren and P.W. Jupp.(View PDF)84
Biological control of St. John’s wort in New Zealand. Pauline Syrett. (View PDF)88
Effects of Hypericum spp. (St. John’s wort) on animal health and production. C.A. Bourke. (View PDF)91
Improving herbicide effectiveness on Hypericum perforatum L. (St. John’s wort) and replacing it with pastures sown on non-arable land. M.H. Campbell and H.I. Nicol. (View PDF)93
Control of Hypericum perforatum L. (St. John’s wort) by grazing management. M.H. Campbell. (View PDF)97
St. John’s wort experiences at Birnam Wood. Richard Arnott. (View PDF)99
Hypericum: current control strategies in the Australian Capital Territory. D. Busby. (View PDF)101
Hypericum in National Parks: current control strategies in New South Wales. R. Knutson. (View PDF)102
Towards the integration of control methods for St. John’s wort: Workshop summary and recommendations. J.M. Cullen, D.T. Briese and R.H. Groves. (View PDF)103
 Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 12 Issue 3, 1997   
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 31. Oxalis pes-caprae L. J.R. Peirce. (View PDF)110
Control of Carex appressa R.Br. using herbicides and surface sown pasture species. M.H. Campbell, D.W. Burbidge and H.I. Nicol. (View PDF)120
Activity and mobility of metsulfuron-methyl in soils. Ismail B. Sahid and Linna Quirinus. (View PDF)125
Bioactivity, adsorption and persistence of two herbicides in tropical soils. Ismail B. Sahid, K. Kalithasan and A. Rahman. (View PDF)128
Use of profile analysis of repeated measures in a herbicide trial on blue morning glory (Ipomoea indica (Burm.) Merrill). E.C. Sparkes and F.D. Panetta.(View PDF)133
Resistance to isoproturon in Phalaris minor Retz. in Punjab. U.S. Walia, L.S. Brar and B.K. Dhaliwal. (View PDF)138
Susceptibility of grain legume species to redlegged earth mite (Halotydeus destructor Tucker) damage at the seedling stage. D.J. Thackray, T.J. Ridsdill-Smith and D.J. Gillespie.(View PDF)141
Evaluating the farm and industry impacts of weeds and the benefits of improved weed control in agricultural production systems. D.T. Vere, R.E. Jones and G.R. Griffith. (View PDF)145
 Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 12 Issue 4, 1997   
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 32. Cabomba caroliniana Gray. A.P. Mackey and J.T. Swarbrick.  (View PDF)154
Natural enemies of the woolly apple aphid, Eriosoma lanigerum (Hausmann) (Hemiptera: Aphididae): a review of the world literature. S.K. Asante. (View PDF)166
Effect of benomyl on egg production in the predatory mites, Amblyseius victoriensis and Typhlodromus doreenae. David G. James and Jennifer Whitney. (View PDF)173
Effect of low rates of flupropanate on selective removal of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.) seedlings from a young improved pasture. M.H. Campbell. (View PDF)175
A beachcomber’s notes on bitou bush (Chrysanthemoides monilifera subsp. rotundata (DC.) Norl.) in Queensland. George N. Batianoff. (View PDF)177
Invasion of sandy beachfronts by ornamental plant species in Queensland. George N. Batianoff and Andrew J. Franks. (View PDF)180
Effects of conidial concentrations of Fusarium moniliforme on the growth of sorghum seedlings under greenhouse conditions. Rose-Anne Mohamed, D.K. Tuopay, L.E. Trevathan and J.T. Robbins .(View PDF)187

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 11 Issues 1-4, 1996

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 11 Issue 1, 1996 
Factors affecting germination of Siam weed (Chromolaena odorata (L.) King & Robinson) seeds. B.S. Ismail, B.I. Rosmini and K. Samiah. (View PDF)2
An investigation into the effects of redlegged earth mite (Halotydeus destructor Tucker)) and lucerne flea (Sminthurus viridis (Linnaeus)) on the performance of subterranean clover in annual pasture in southern New South Wales. P.D. Slater, D. Lewington and J.E. Pratley. (View PDF)6
Biological control of the black field cricket, Teleogryllus commodus (Walker) (Orthoptera: Gryllidae), using the fungal pathogen Metarhizium anisopliae (Metsch.) Sorokin (Deuteromycotina: Hyphomycetes). Richard J. Milner, Lisa Miller, George G. Lutton and Felice Driver. (View PDF)9
Seedling emergence and longevity of Senecio madagascariensis Poir. (fireweed) in coastal south-eastern Australia. B.M. Sindel and P.W. Michael. (View PDF)14
Allelopathic potential of the weed, Parthenium hysterophorus L., in Australia. Stephen W. Adkins and Mark S. Sowerby. (View PDF)20
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 11 Issue 2, 1996 
Native, naturalized and cultivated Asparagaceae in Western Australia. Greg Keighery. (View PDF)49
Climate-based prediction of Asparagus asparagoides and A. declinatus distribution in Western Australia. P.C. Pheloung and J.K. Scott. (View PDF)51
Factors affecting the distribution of bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides) in the lower south-west of Western Australia. J.P. Pigott and P. Farrell. (View PDF)54
Improved mapping and useability of weed location data recorded by a GPS—distribution of bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides) in the Wickepin Shire of Western Australia. J.P. Pigott and D.J. Lund. (View PDF)57
Observations of birds feeding on bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides) fruits within Yanchep National Park, Western Australia. Christopher Stansbury. (View PDF)59
Control of bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides) and the distribution of Asparagus declinatus in Kings Park bushland, 1991–1995. I.R. Dixon. (View PDF)61
Practical experiences in management for control of bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides) on nature reserves in the southern wheatbelt of Western Australia. M.S. Graham and M.D. Mitchell. (View PDF)64
Bridal creeper at Woodman Point—its current status and recommended control strategies. Ben Carr. (View PDF)67
Observations and management of bridal creeper at Stokes National Park, Western Australia. Rick France. (View PDF)70
Bridal creeper occurrence in Albany District. Mal Grant. (View PDF)71
A short story. Joanna Seabrook. (View PDF)72
Boomerang Gorge Bridal Creeper Project. David Pike. (View PDF)72
Volunteer involvement with the Boomerang Gorge Bridal Creeper project. Jill Vines. (View PDF)74
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 27. Parthenium hysterophorus L. S.C. Navie, R.E. McFadyen, F.D. Panetta and S.W. Adkins. (View PDF)76
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 11 Issue 3, 1996 
Toxicology of plants. Neil D. Hallam. (View PDF)90
Residues and risks. J.G. McLean. (View PDF)94
Assuring health and environmental safety of herbicides. Marion J. Sheers. (View PDF)96
Herbicides or poisons? Jason Alexandra. (View PDF)98
Community attitudes to agrochemicals. Graeme O’Neill. (View PDF)101
The Biology of Australian Weeds. 28. Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link subsp. scoparius. J.R. Hosking, J.M.B. Smith and A.W. Sheppard. (View PDF)102
Competition between red sprangletop (Leptochloa chinensis) and rice (Oryza sativa) under different nitrogen levels. Hamdan Pane and Mashhor Mansor. (View PDF)109
Recent developments in weed control research in wheat V.N. Saraswat and J.S. Mishra. (View PDF)114
Activity of a hydramethylnon-based bait against the citrus ant pests, Iridomyrmex rufoniger gp. spp. and I. purpureus. David G. James, Mark M. Stevens, Karen O’Malley and Renay Heffer.(View PDF)122
Tree sprays and root pruning fail to control rain induced cracking of sweet cherries. W. Koffmann, N.L. Wade, and H. Nicol. (View PDF)126
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 11 Issue 4, 1996 
Evaluation of 10 insecticides against pink ground pearl Eumargarodes laingi Jakubski (Hemiptera: Margarodidae). B.C. Dominiak, N.G. McGill and P.G. Allsopp. (View PDF)134
Emex australis – biology, management and
research. (View PDF)
Predicting the distribution of Emex in Australia. P.C. Pheloung, John K. Scott and R.P. Randall. (PView PDF)138
Doublegee (Emex australis Steinh.) seed banks. A.H. Cheam. (View PDF)141
Emex australis in Western Australia; an amenity or conservation problem? Greg Keighery. (View PDF)143
Doublegee (Emex australis) in the great southern areas of Western Australia. John Moore. (View PDF)145
Emex australis in northern agricultural regions of Western Australia. Christine Zaicou-Kunesch. (View PDF)145
Emex species in South Australia. Graham Fromm. (View PDF)146
Emex australis and dried vine fruit production in Sunraysia. Deidre Pohlner. (View PDF)150
Spiny emex (Emex australis) in the cropping zone of New South Wales. Deirdre Lemerle. (View PDF)154
Legal and economic constraints on Emex. David Bowran. (View PDF)155
Control of Emex species. D.J. Gilbey. (View PDF)156
Dicamba control of Emex australis. Adam Ralph. (View PDF)157
Sulfonylurea chemistry on Emex australis (doublegee). Stephen Addenbrooke. (View PDF)160
Utilizing existing natural enemies to enhance the control of Emex australis in south-west Australia. Paul B. Yeoh and John K. Scott. (View PDF)162
Assessment of potential biological control insects associated with Emex spinosa. John K. Scott and Paul B. Yeoh. (View PDF)165
Bibliography of the weeds, Emex australis and Emex spinosa. John K. Scott and Peta Beasley. (View PDF)168
Workshop to identify research priorities for Emex species. John K. Scott and David G. Bowran. (View PDF)175
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 11 Supplement 1, 1996 
Wild oats, annual ryegrass and vulpia workshop. Preface. (View PDF)182
Wild oats—what is the problem? R.W. Medd.  (View PDF)183
Ecology of wild oats. R.W. Medd.  (View PDF)185
Cultural weed management of wild oats. B.S. Nietschke.  (View PDF)187
Chemical weed management of wild oats. B.S. Nietschke and R.W. Medd.  (View PDF)190
Why annual ryegrass is a problem in Australian agriculture. Gurjeet S. Gill. (View PDF)193
Ecology of annual ryegrass. Gurjeet S. Gill. (View PDF)195
Cultural management of annual ryegrass. J.M. Matthews.  (View PDF)198
Chemical management of annual ryegrass. J.M. Matthews.  (View PDF)200
Why vulpia is a problem in Australian agriculture. G.R. Code.  (View PDF)202
The ecology of vulpia. P.M. Dowling.  (View PDF)204
Cultural weed management of vulpia. D.L. Michalk and P.M. Dowling.  (View PDF)207
Chemical weed management of vulpia. David Bowran and Alexandra Wallace.  (View PDF)211
Allelopathy in annual grasses. J.E. Pratley.  (View PDF)213
Biological control of annual grass weeds—progress and prospects. S.D. Hetherington and B.A. Auld.  (View PDF)215
Economic factors influencing control and management decisions for annual grasses in crops and pastures. John Moore.  (View PDF)217
Developments in grass weed management in a mixed farming situation. B.J. Butler.  (View PDF)222
Industry perspectives of annual grass management and control in Australian agriculture. J.M. Swain.  (View PDF)223
Annual grass weeds: workshop overview and appraisal. P.M. Martin.  (View PDF)224
Recommendations identified by the workshop for annual grass weeds. R.W. Medd, B.S. Nietschke, G.S. Gill, J.M. Matthews, P.M. Dowling, D.L. Michalk and R.D. Cousens.  (View PDF)226
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 11 Supplement 2, 1996 
Thistle management workshop. Preface. (View PDF)231
Aspects of thistle population dynamics with reference to Onopordum. W.J. Pettit, D.T. Briese and A. Walker. (View PDF)232
The demography of Carduus nutans as a native and an alien weed. T.L. Woodburn and A.W. Sheppard. (View PDF)236
Necessary background for studies in the taxonomy of Onopordum in Australia. P.W. Michael.  (View PDF)239
Longevity of soil based seeds of Onopordum illyricum. C.J. Allan. and P.J. Holst. (View PDF)242
Impact of seed reducing natural enemies on weediness of thistles. A.W. Sheppard. (View PDF)243
Ecology of Cirsium vulgare and Silybum marianum in relation to biological control. E. Bruzzese. (View PDF)245
The contribution of biological control to the management of thistles. T.L. Woodburn and D.T. Briese. (View PDF)250
Potential of native pathogens for control of saffron thistle. N.S. Crump, G.J. Ash and A. Nikandrow. (PView PDF)254
The use of pathogens native to Europe to control thistles in southern Australia. R.H. Groves and J.J. Burdon. (View PDF)256
The potential of the fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum as a biological herbicide for controlling thistles in pasture. G.W. Bourdôt and I.C. Harvey. (View PDF)259
Estimating the impact of control efforts: models of population dynamics. K. Shea. (View PDF)263
Interference between pasture plants and thistles—a review. G.W. Bourdôt. (View PDF)265
Targeted grazing of thistles using sheep and goats. P.J. Holst and C.J. Allan.(View PDF)271
Herbicide management and thistle control—how to avoid resistance. K.C. Harrington. (View PDF)273
Herbicide techniques for thistle management. J.J. Dellow. (View PDF)276
The relevance of variation in thistles to herbicidal control. J.R. Peirce. (View PDF)277
Practical problems with existing thistle control: Where is more research needed? D. Minehan. (View PDF)279
Thistle control: a farmer perspective. J. McGufficke. (View PDF)281
Landholder attitudes to Onopordum thistles and their control: A preliminary view. D.T. Briese. (View PDF)281
Overview of thistle management in Australia. B.M. Sindel. (View PDF)285
Workshop outcomes – a blueprint for research into the management of thistles. D.T. Briese, T.L. Woodburn, D. Kemp and S. Corey.  (View PDF)290

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 10 Issues 1-4, 1995

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 10 Issue 1, 1995 
The Biology of Australian Weeds 24. Raphanus raphanistrum L. A.H. Cheam and G.R. Code. (View PDF)2
Evaluation of Tween 20® and glycerol as additives to mycoherbicide suspensions applied to Bathurst burr. T.A. Klein and B.A. Auld. (View PDF)14
Effect of foliar pubescence on oviposition by Phthorimaea operculella Zeller (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). G.M. Gurr. (View PDF)17
Weed seed populations in rubber and oil palm plantations with legume cover crops. B.S. Ismail, A. Tasrif, S.S. Sastroutomo and A. Latiff. (View PDF)20
Prospects for the biological control of prickly acacia, Acacia nilotica (L.) Willd. ex Del. (Mimosaceae) in Australia. Jennifer Marohasy. (View PDF)24
Tolerance of Echinochloa colona (L.) Link and Cyperus rotundus L. to propanil. F.O. Evbuomwan and O.A. Akinyemiju. (View PDF)32
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 10 Issue 2, 1995 
Editorial statement. Garrick McDonald and Ary A. Hoffmann.(View PDF)42
Redlegged earth mite performance on resistant subterranean clover varieties. T.J. Ridsdill-Smith, Y. Jiang, K.R. Gaull and D.J. Gillespie. (View PDF)43
Selection for redlegged earth mite resistance in annual Medicago species. A.W.H. Lake and J.H. Howie. (View PDF)45
Preparing subterranean clovers for future biotechnology: molecular analysis of genes and proteins involved in stress and defence reactions and the construction of transgenic plants. J.J. Weinman, M.A. Djordjevic, E.H. Creaser, C.G.R. Lawson, K. Broderick, U. Mathesius, E. Gärtner, C. Pittock, J. de Majnik and B.G. Rolfe. (View PDF)47
Systematic studies of redlegged earth mite Halotydeus destructor (Tucker) and related species (Acarina: Penthaleidae). T.K. Qin and R.B. Halliday.(View PDF)50
The biology and behaviour of redlegged earth mite and blue oat mite on crop plants. Garrick McDonald, Kylie Moritz, Eve Merton and A.A. Hoffmann. (View PDF)52
Biological control of redlegged earth mite and lucerne flea by the predators Anystis wallacei and Neomologus capillatus. Phil Michael. (View PDF)55
Biological control of earth mites in pasture using endemic natural enemies. David G. James. (View PDF)58
The use of synthetic acaricides as tools for management of redlegged earth mite in crop and pasture systems in southern Australia. G.R. Tucker, P. Collingwood, O. Hildebrand and W. McCormack. (View PDF)60
Effects of pasture pest damage and grazing management on efficiency of animal production. M. Grimm, P. Michael, M. Hyder and P. Doyle. (View PDF)62
Cultural control of redlegged earth mite, blue oat mite and lucerne flea in canola. Eve Merton, Garrick McDonald and Ary Hoffmann. (View PDF)65
The value of reducing redlegged earth mite damage in pastures and the impact on optimal farm strategies for the great southern region of Western Australia. J.M. Young, T.J. Ridsdill-Smith, D.J. Gillespie and P.J. Michael. (View PDF)67
Human involvement in the spread of noxious weeds: what plants should be declared and when should control be enforced? F.D. Panetta and J.C. Scanlan. (View PDF)69
Leucoptera spartifoliella Hübner as a biological control agent for broom in New Zealand. P. Syrett and H.M. Harman. (View PDF)75
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 10 Issue 3, 1995 
The Biology of Australian Weeds 25. Lantana camara L. J.T. Swarbrick, B.W. Willson and M.A. Hannan-Jones. (View PDF)82
Chromosome numbers of Cape tulips (Homeria species) in South Australia and Western Australia. S.M. Morrison and J.K. Scott. (View PDF)96
Toxicity of viticultural pesticides to the predatory mites Amblyseius victoriensis and Typhlodromus doreenae. David G. James and Margaret Rayner. (View PDF)99
Seasonal abundance of Carpophilus spp. (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) in fallen citrus fruit in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area of southern New South Wales. David G. James, Beverley Vogele and Richard J. Faulder. (View PDF)103
A survey of Senecio madagascariensis Poir. (fireweed) density in pastures of coastal New South Wales. I.J. Radford, D. King and R.D. Cousens. (View PDF)107
Effect of the insect growth regulator buprofezin against citrus pests Coccus viridis (Green), Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Banks) and Aonidiella aurantii (Maskell) and the predatory coccinellid Chilocorus circumdatus Gyllenhal. D. Smith. (View PDF)112
Lethal effects of foliar pubescence of solanaceous plants on the biological control agent Copidosoma koehleri Blanchard (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae). L.R. Baggen and G.M. Gurr. (View PDF)116
 Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 10 Issue 4, 1995 
The Biology of Australian Weeds 26. Cryptostegia grandiflora R.Br. Allan J. Tomley. (View PDF)122
Ecological impacts of the environmental weed sweet pittosporum (Pittosporum undulatum Vent.) in dry sclerophyll forest communities, Victoria. Trudi Mullett and Dianne Simmons. (View PDF)131
The effects of flooding and sowing depth on the survival and growth of five rice-weed species. Ismail B. Sahid and Md. Safawat Hossain. (View PDF)139
Influence of soil water deficit on performance of foliar-applied herbicides for wild oat and annual ryegrass in wheat. D. Lemerle and B. Verbeek. (View PDF)143
A Canadian isolate of Colletotrichum gloeosporoides as a potential biological control agent for St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) in Australia. Rosamond C.H. Shepherd. (View PDF)148
Fireweed response to boomspray applications of different herbicides and adjuvants. T.M.D Anderson and F.D. Panetta. (View PDF)152

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 9 Issues 1-4, 1994

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 9 Issue 1, 1994   
Investigations into the cause of poor root health in custard apple. R.D. Fitzell, D.J. Batten and I. Vimpany. (View PDF)2
The changing ecological impact of broom (Cytisus scoparius) at Barrington Tops, New South Wales. J.M.B. Smith. (View PDF)6
Competitive effects of field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis L.) in wheat, barley and field peas. I.D. Black, R. Matic and C.B. Dyson. (View PDF)12
Effects of glufosinate-ammonium and terbuthylazine on germination and growth of two weed species. Ismail Sahid and K. Kalithasan. (View PDF)15
Biological and insecticidal control of Arotrophora arcuatalis (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae): an important pest of banksias in Western Australia. L.J. Röhl and W. Woods. (View PDF)20
Chemical control of bedstraw (Galium tricornutum Dandy) and bifora (Bifora testiculata L.) in wheat, barley and field peas. I.D. Black, A. Mayfield and R. Matic. (View PDF)24
Efficacy of some grass specific herbicides in controlling exotic grass seedlings in native grassy vegetation. J.D. Hitchmough, R.A. Kilgour, J.W. Morgan and I.G. Shears.(View PDF)28
Effectiveness of insecticides against larvae of Inopus rubriceps (Macquart) (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) in sugarcane ratoons. P.R. Samson and W.J. Harris. (View PDF)35
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 9 Issue 2, 1994 
Elm leaf beetle life history and distribution in southern Victoria. Raelene M. Kwong and Ross P. Field. (View PDF)43
Biological control of the elm leaf beetle. Ross P. Field and Raelene M. Kwong. (View PDFf)47
Carbaryl trunk banding for control of elm leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in Victoria. Raelene M. Kwong and Ross P. Field. (View PDF)49
Elm leaf beetle control using the biological insecticide, Novodor® (Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. tenebrionis). Andrew J. Wells, Raelene M. Kwong and Ross Field. (View PDF)52
City of Melbourne’s approach to elm tree management. Peter Yau. (View PDF)55
Getting the message across to the community. Anne Latreille. (View PDF)57
Dutch elm disease – contingency plan. Peter Jenkins. (View PDF)59
Broomrape (Orobanche spp.) is a threat to broadleaved crops in Australia. R.J. Carter and D.A. Cooke. (View PDF)61
Biological control of the native shrubs Cassinia spp. using the native scale insects Austrotachardia sp. and Paratachardina sp. (Hemiptera: Kerriidae) in New South Wales. M.H. Campbell, R.H. Holtkamp, L.H. McCormick, P.J. Wykes, J.F. Donaldson, P.J. Gullan and P.S. Gillespie. (View PDF)64
Discussion of the extent of Australian ecological and economic data on weeds. R.D. Cousens and R.W. Medd. (View PDF)69
The cost of parthenium weed to the Queensland cattle industry. J.F. Chippendale and F.D. Panetta. (View PDF)73
An overview of a new technique in Orobanche control. Abdur-Rahman Saghir. (View PDF)77
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 9 Issue 3, 1994   
Bulbil watsonia (Watsonia bulbillifera Mathews and Bolus) control with herbicides in Western Australia. J.H. Moore and G.E. Fletcher. (View PDF)82
Interaction between Colletotrichum orbiculare and Alternaria zinniae or a Phomopsis sp. on Xanthium spinosum. B.A. Auld, J.M.A. Schrauwen, H.E. Talbot and K.B. Radburn. (View PDF)86
The effect of simulated rainfall on efficacy of omethoate, dimethoate and alphacypermethrin as foliar treatments for redlegged earth mite, Halotydeus destructor. David G. James and Karen J. O’Malley. (View PDF)88
The control of yield decline in sugarcane with fungicides. R.C. Magarey and J.I. Bull. (View PDF)90
The introduction and spread of capeweed, Arctotheca calendula (L.) Levyns (Asteraceae) in Australia. Helen Wood. (View PDF)94
Gleditsia triacanthos L. (Caesalpiniaceae), another thorny, exotic fodder tree gone wild. S.M. Csurhes and D. Kriticos. (View PDF)101
Economic options for serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma) management on different classes of grazing land in the Geelong region of Victoria. D. Lane and Z.M. Mougharbel. (View PDF)106
Short- and long-term chemical control of field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis L.) sprayed during summer and resultant crop yields. R. Matic and I.D. Black. (View PDF)111
Summary of a workshop on Salvinia molesta in Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia. C. Max Finlayson, Mic H. Julien, Jeremy Russell-Smith and Michael J. Storrs. (View PDF)114
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 9 Issue 4, 1994 
Studies on the germination of mission grass (Pennisetum polystachion (L.) Schultes) seeds. B.S. Ismail, M.S. Shukri and A. Shukor Juraimi. (View PDF)122
Susceptibility of apple varieties to attack by the woolly aphid, Eriosoma lanigerum (Hausmann) (Hemiptera: Pemphigidae). S.K. Asante. (View PDF)126
Economic justifications for government involvement in weed management: a catalogue of market failures. David J. Pannell. (View PDF)131
Management strategies for contracting weed control. Jim Laity. (View PDF)138
Contract documentation. Roderick McIvor. (View PDF)140
Herbicide usage and contracting. Chris Knight. (View PDF)142
Conservation of natural resources—a shift in departmental policy. David McKenzie. (View PDF)144
Performance standards in weed control—setting them and achieving them. Christopher Deakin and Stephen Thorpe. (View PDF)146
The professional image. Rosemary Henderson. (View PDF)148
Contracting out weed control—selection of contractors. Peter Quin. (View PDF)149
Licensing and herbicide usage. John Brereton. (View PDF)151

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 8 Issues 1-4, 1993

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 8 Issue 1, 1993 
Effect of rainfall on glyphosate performance on stressed grass weeds following wheat harvest. G.A. Wicks, W.L. Felton and S.M. Welsby. (View PDF)2
Mass production of fungi for biopesticides. Bruce A. Auld.(View PDF)7
A system of assessing proposed plant introductions for weed potential. F.D. Panetta.(View PDF)10
Control of Bathurst burr (Xanthium spinosum) in irrigated soybeans in southern New South Wales. J.A. Andrews.(View PDF)15
A slotted rotary drum atomizer. Geoffrey Furness, Barry Wills and Andrew Hewitt. (View PDF)19
Design and operating parameters for an ultra low volume small plot sprayer. J.H. Combellack, J. Bonilla and R.G. Richardson. (View PDF)25
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 8 Issue 2, 1993 
Effects of herbicides on cellulose decomposition in soil. Ismail Sahid, M.A. Salleh and O. Omar.(View PDF)38
Evaluation of herbicides for the control of common prickly pear (Opuntia stricta var. stricta) in Victoria. G.H. Pritchard. (View PDF)40
The significance of Eremocitrus glauca (Lindl.) Swingle in Southern Queensland. S.M. Csurhes. (View PDF)44
Loss of late watercore from Fuji apples. J.B. O’Loughlin and B.R. Graham. (View PDF)47
Allelopathic potential of legume cover crops on selected weed species. Ismail Sahid, Arifin Tasrif, S.S. Sastroutomo and A. Latiff. (View PDF)49
Toxicity of endosulfan to spined citrus bug, Biprorulus bibax, and some of its egg parasitoids. David G. James. (View PDF)54
A practical approach to pesticide reduction on apple crops using supervised pest and disease control – preliminary results and problems. C.C. Bower, L.J. Penrose and K. Dodds. (View PDF)57
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 8 Issue 3, 1993 
Western Australian species of Watsonia. Neville Marchant. (View PDF)77
Distribution, impact and biology of the other “watsonias”, Chasmanthe (African Corn Flag) and Crocosmia (Montbretia) in Western Australia. Greg Keighery. (View PDF)78
Watsonia: chemicals and their problems. J.R. Peirce. (View PDF)81
The effect of soil moisture on the distribution of Watsonia bulbillifera in Serpentine National Park, Western Australia. David Lamont. (View PDF)83
The effect of slashing on the growth of Watsonia meriana (L.) Mill. cv bulbillifera in the Adelaide Hills. P.A. Wilson and J.G. Conran. (View PDF)85
Prospects for biological control of Watsonia species. John K. Scott. (View PDF)90
Management and distribution of Watsonia spp. in Western Australia – results from a questionnaire to land management authorities. J.P. Pigott and C.M. Gray.(View PDF)93
Community experience in the Hills. Peter Day. (View PDF)96
Watsonia control in John Forrest National Park. Keith Tresidder. (View PDF)98
Watsonia eradication on Culeenup Island. Otto Mueller. (View PDF)99
Distribution and spread of watsonia in the Southern Forest Region of Western Australia. Murray Carter.(View PDF)100
The Albany experience. Bob Howard. (View PDF)100
The Denmark experience. Diane Harwood. (View PDF)101
Shire of Plantagenet four years on. Brian Hawkins. (View PDF)102
Practical experience with control of pretty watsonia (Watsonia versfeldii). B.M.J. Hussey. (View PDF)103
Outcomes from the Watsonia Workshop. J. Patrick Pigott and C. Mary Gray. (View PDF)104
Anthracnose of grapevines, a review. R.D. Magarey, B.E. Coffey and R.W. Emmett.(View PDF)106
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 8 Issue 4, 1993 
Emergence and seedling growth bioassays for the detection of imazaquin residue in a humid tropical soil. F.O. Evbuomwan, O.A. Akinyemiju and I.O. Akobundu. (View PDF)114
Persistence and mobility of imazaquin in a humid tropical soil. F.O. Evbuomwan, O.A. Akinyemiju and I.O. Akobundu.(View PDF)118
Evaluation of lambdacyhalothrin and deltamethrin trunk treatments for control of Fuller’s rose weevil, Asynonychus cervinus (Boheman) (Coleoptera: Curculion-idae), on citrus. R.D. Magarey, G.A. Buchanan, P.R. Franz and G.S. Roberts. (View PDF)123
Safety and efficacy of pre-emergent herbicides in container-grown Australian plants. Manfred Jusaitis. (View PDF)127
The discovery and development of agricultural chemicals using GRASP, a cereal herbicide, as an Australian example. R.B. Warner. (View PDF)131
Registration and legislation. D.C. Matthews. (View PDF)133
Marketing and sales of new products: “The Monsanto experience”. Steve M. Jones. (View PDF)134
End users and the environment/consumer. Jan Bowman. (View PDF)136
The triazine herbicide atrazine – are you effectively adopting risk minimization practices? J.S. Brereton. (View PDF)137
Broadening the range of pest management tools – Integrated Pest Management in the apple and pear industry. V.I. Bates. (View PDF)141
The theory and protocols for biological control of weeds. Rosamond C.H. Shepherd. (View PDF)144
The role of biological control in weed management – what is success? E. Bruzzese. (View PDF)147
The role of funding in biological control: from the public purse. D. Patterson. (View PDF)150
The role of funding in biological control: from funding corporations. David Conley. (View PDF)151
Community expectations: landholder point of view. Jean Moir. (View PDF)153
Biological control of Paterson’s curse from a farmer’s point of view. Sue Gall. (View PDF)153
Environmental group expectations of biological weed control. Kate Blood. (View PDF)154
The role of the community in the implementation of biological control. S. Darby and D.A. McLaren. (View PDF)155
Biological control of environmental weeds. Robin Adair. (View PDF)158
Overview and use of biological control in pasture situations. D.A. McLaren. (View PDF)159
Summary and conclusion. Robert V. Edgar. (View PDF)162

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 7 Issues 1-4, 1992

 Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 7 Issue 1, 1992   
Seasonal abundance and distribution of Fuller’s rose weevil, Asynonychus cervinus (Boheman) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Sunraysia citrus groves. D.G. Madge, K. Clarke, G.A. Buchanan and B. Wilkins.(View PDF)3
Comparative efficacy of trunk treatments for control of Fuller’s rose weevil, Asynonychus cervinus (Boheman) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), on citrus. R.D. Magarey, K. Clarke, D.G. Madge and G.A. Buchanan.(View PDF)7
Control of redlegged earth mite Halotydeus destructor on bare earth. David G. James and Karen J. O’Malley.(View PDF)10
The significance of selection of infection model and climatic parameters on the operation and benefits of a primary apple scab warning service. L.J. Penrose.(View PDF)12
Insecticidal management of lucerne leafroller, Merophyas divulsana (Walker), (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) on lucerne in Queensland. R.J. Lloyd, B.A. Franzmann and P.D. Rossiter.(View PDF)17
Manner of use of ethoprophos granules against the Childers canegrub Antitrogus parvulus Britton (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). P.G. Allsopp, N.G. McGill and R.M. Bull.(View PDF)19
Efficacy of fungicides for control of Phoma black stem and Pseudopeziza leaf spot, and the effects on herbage and seed production, in annual Medicago polymorpha var. brevispina. Martin J. Barbetti.(View PDF)21
Phytotoxicity of some organophosphate insecticides to onions and carrots during germination and emergence. P.J. Sinclair, R.J. Neeson and P.A. Williams.(View PDF)23
Comparison of application methods for chemical weed control in rice. R.A. Raju and K. Anand Reddy.(View PDF)26
Suitability of a new cultivar of perennial ryegrass as a host for the Argentine stem weevil (Listronotus bonariensis (Kuschel)). S.C. Valentine, G. Caon, D.C. Hopkins, P.G. Allen and B.D. Bartsch.(View PDF)28
Mycorrhizal symbioses and plant health. John F. Brown.(View PDF)30
Effects of repeated application of pesticides on soil fungi in a Malaysian soil. Ismail Sahid and Hasnah Mamat. (View PDF)35
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 7 Issue 2, 1992   
Variation and varietal determination in Hypericum perforatum L. (St. John’s wort) in New South Wales. M.H. Campbell, C.E. May, I.A. Southwell, J.D. Tomlinson and P.W. Michael.(View PDF)43
Residual effects of Oxyfluorfen on the establishment of surface-sown pasture species. M.H. Campbell.(View PDF)46
Application methods for granular insecticides to control Heteronyx piceus Blanchard (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) larvae in peanuts in Queensland. D.J. Rogers and H.B. Brier.(View PDF)48
Evaluation of fungicides to control take-all and rhizoctonia root rot of wheat. P.J. Cotterill and L.K. McLean.(View PDF)51
The effects of various agronomic practices on the incidence of bacterial blight of cotton. S.J. Allen, A.S. Hodgson and G.A. Constable.(View PDF)55
Evaluation of two insect growth regulators for insect pest control in the Australian mushroom industry. A.D. Clift and M.A. Terras.(View PDF)59
Spray-topping of wild oats (Avena spp.) in wheat with selective herbicides. R.W. Medd, M.G. McMillan and A.S. Cook. (View PDF)62
An appraisal of opportunities to reduce herbicide use. J.H. Combellack.(View PDF)66
Southern African plants naturalized in Australia: a review of weed status and biological control potential. John K. Scott and E.S. Delfosse. (View PDF)70
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 7 Issue 3, 1992   
The biology of Australian Weeds 23. Carthamus lanatus L. J.R. Peirce. (View PDF)86
A comparison of surfactants to aid control of gorse and scotch broom with herbicides John M. Balneaves. (View PDF)96
Insecticidal control of eggfruit caterpillar Sceliodes cordalis (Doubleday) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in eggplant. I.R. Kay and J.D. Brown. (View PDF)100
Growth of the weed Alternanthera philoxeriodes (Martius) Grisebach, (alligator weed) in aquatic and terrestrial habitats in Australia. M.H. Julien, A.S. Bourne, V.H.K. Low.(View PDF)102
Silwet L-77 enhances rainfastness of glyphosate and metsulfuron-methyl when applied to gorse and Scotch broom. John M. Balneaves. (View PDF)109
Control of black field earwig, Nala lividipes (Dufour), in beetroot seedlings. L.P. Cooper. (View PDF)112
Host range of three isolates of Alternaria zinniae, a potential biocontrol agent for Xanthium spp. Bruce A. Auld, Heather E. Talbot and Karen B. Radburn. (View PDF)114
Laboratory bioassays of insecticides against larvae of the sugarcane soldier fly, Inopus rubriceps (Macquart) (Diptera: Stratiomyidae). P.R. Samson. (View PDF)117
Tolerance of four pasture legumes and a perennial ryegrass to pre-sowing applications of metsulfuron methyl on acid soil. G.J. Mitchell, S.R. Chinner and P.V. Colman. (View PDF)121
Summary of outcomes and recommendations from the First International Weed Control Congress, 17-21 February 1992, Melbourne, Australia. Harry Combellack and George Friesen. (View PDF)125
Chemical control of wilding conifer seedlings in New Zealand. E.R. Langer. (View PDF)135
Post-control regeneration of vulpia. P.M. Dowling, B.R. Milne and H.G. Kelso. (View PDF)139
Effects of tri-allate and N fertilization on wheat grain yield and its components. R. Gonzalez Ponce and M.L. Salas. (View PDF)140
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 7 Issue 4, 1992   
Mass-production of fungi for bioherbicides. Louise Morin. (View PDF)143
Some “orphaned” mycoherbicides and their potential for development. George E. Templeton. (View PDF)149
Directions for bioherbicide research in Australia. R.W. Medd. (View PDF)151
Bioherbicides for forestry – development of some procedures for bioassay of phytotoxins. Raj Prasad. (View PDF)154
Commensalism to synergism – the potential role for biological combinations in bioherbicides. E.J. Cother. (View PDF)157
Formulation of biopesticides. Bruce Auld. (View PDF)160
The application of mycoherbicides. Trevor Klein. (View PDF)161
Mycoherbicidal control of Rottboellia cochinchinensis: a viable alternative? Carol A. Ellison. (View PDF)163
Risk assessment: determining genetic relatedness and potential asexual gene exchange in biocontrol fungi. G.J. Weidemann. (View PDF)166
Abstracts from workshop. (View PDF)169
A comparison of surfactants to aid control of gorse and scotch broom with herbicides. John M. Balneaves. (View PDF)174
Insecticidal control of eggfruit caterpillar Sceliodes cordalis (Doubleday) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in eggplant. I.R. Kay and J.D. Brown. (View PDF)178
Allelopathy: a possible contributor to yield decline in sugar cane. John V. Lovett and Alan P. Hurney.(View PDF)180
Evaluation of cold temperature and hot water dipping for postharvest disinfestation of citrus from Fuller’s rose weevil (Asyrioriychus cervinus (Boheman)) eggs (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). M.E. Edwards, G.A. Buchanan, S. Predebon, M. Pywell and J.M. Hawtin. (View PDF)183

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 6 Issues 1-4, 1991

Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 6 Issue 1, 1991   
Climate-matching for quarantine, using CLIMEX. R.W. Sutherst and G.F. Maywald.(View PDF)3
BIOCLIM ­ a bioclimate analysis and prediction system. John R. Busby.(View PDF)8
A non-stochastic, physiologically-based model of plant invasion using Ecological Field Theory. J. Walker and T. I. Dowling.(View PDF)10
Climate modelling and the biological control of weeds: – one view. R.E. Cruttwell McFadyen.(View PDF)14
Acacia karroo Hayne (Mimosaceae), a potentially serious weed in Australia. John K. Scott.(View PDF)16
Crop disease management with fungicides – an overview of its origins, progress, current status and future development using modelling and climate data. P.F. Kable.(View PDF)19
A computer-based simulator for rational management of grapevine downy mildew (Plasmopara viticola). P.A. Magarey, M.F. Wachtel, P.C. Weir, and R.C. Seem.(View PDF)29
Modelling the likelihood of introduction and establishment in Australia of Erwinia amylovora associated with entry of apple fruit from areas with fire blight. P.C. Fahy, C.J. Kaldor and L.J. Penrose.(View PDF)34
Development of a day-degree model to predict generation events for lightbrown apple moth Epiphyas postvittana (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) on grapevines in Australia. D.G. Madge and S.C. Stirrat.(View PDF)39
Prediction of severity of stripe rust on wheat in Australia using regional weather data. G.J. Ash, J.S. Brown, R.G. Rees.(View PDF)43
Computer models and pest management in Victorian agriculture. D.G. Williams and G. McDonald.(View PDF)45
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 6 Issue 2, 1991   
Weed control in pastures – are we winning? M.H. Campbell. (View PDF)55
Insecticidal control of mango planthopper Colgaroides acuminata (Walker) – (Hemiptera: Flatidae) in North Queensland. J.D. Brown.(View PDF)64
Development of Australian passionfruit hybrids to improve quality and disease tolerance. R.D. Fitzell, C.M. Peak, D. Peasley and G. Cox.(View PDF)65
Host range studies with the Lantana mealybug (Phenacoccus parvus Morrison). J.T. Swarbrick and J.F. Donaldson.(View PDF)68
Some factors affecting the germination of achenes of Onopordum illyricum L. M.H. Campbell, W.J. Nielsen and H.I. Nicol.(View PDF)70
Preliminary observations on the seed dynamics of broom (Cytisus scoparius) at Barrington Tops, New South Wales. J.M.B. Smith and R.L. Harlen. (View PDF)73
An evaluation of chemical and physical treatments to prevent Fuller’s rose weevil oviposition on citrus fruit. David G. James.(View PDF)79
Distribution of skeleton weed (Chondrilla juncea L) biotypes in Victoria. Rosamond C. H. Shepherd.(View PDF)82
 Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 6 Issue 3, 1991   
Status of environmental weed control in Australia. R.H. Groves.(View PDF)95
Disturbance a precursor to weed invasion in native vegetation. Richard J. Hobbs.(View PDF)99
Bush regeneration – measuring success. Robin A. Buchanan.(View PDF)105
Developing control strategies for environmental weeds. Marilyn D. Fox.(View PDF)109
The impact of pampas grasses as weeds in southern Australia. A.R. Harradine.(View PDF)111
Bridal creeper (Myrsiphyllum asparagoides) in Australia and developments towards its biological control. John K. Scott and C.A. Kleinjan.(View PDF)116
Techniques for the establishment of kangaroo grass in South Australian conservation reserves. J.L. Stafford.(View PDF)120
The impact of environmental weeds on rare or threatened plants in Victoria. David Cheal. (View PDF)123
Control of bridal creeper with herbicides. G.H. Pritchard.(View PDF)126
Control of English ivy (Hedera helix) in Sherbrooke forest – a practical experience. Vivien Freshwater.(View PDF)127
Control of cluster pine on French Island, Victoria. D.P. Corbett.(View PDF)128
Control of annual grasses with particular reference to Briza maxima. Andrew R.G. McMahon.(View PDF)129
Woody weed control in the Dandenong Ranges National Park. Penny Gillespie.(View PDF)130
‘Off-label’ use of herbicides – the consequences. D. Matthews.(View PDF)132
Role of Local Government in environmental weed control. Ian Stevenson.(View PDF)134
Birds and environmental weeds in south-eastern Australia. Richard H. Loyn and Kristine French.(View PDF)137
Weeds and wildlife. Peter R. Brown, Robert L. Wallis, Dianne Simmons and Robyn Adams.(View PDF)150
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 6 Issue 4, 1991   
Biology and ecology of redlegged earth mite, blue oat mite and lucerne flea. T.J. Ridsdill-Smith.(View PDF)159
Taxonomic background of the redlegged earth mite Halotydeus destructor (Tucker) (Acarina: Penthaleidae). R.B. Halliday.(View PDF)162
Damage caused by mites and fleas in pastures. D.C. Hopkins and P.D. Taverner. (View PDF)166
A contribution to assessing the economic impact of redlegged earth mite on agricultural production in Australia. T.J. Ridsdill-Smith.(View PDF)168
Identification of resistance to redlegged earth mite (Halotydeus destructor) in pasture legumes. D.J. Gillespie.(View PDF)170
Pathogens for the biological control of mite and Collembolan pests. Andrew C. Rath.(View PDF)172
The potential of entomopathogens for the control of mites and springtails in Australian pastures. Peter D. Christian, David, J. Dall and John G. Oakeshott.(View PDF)175
A review of the predators of redlegged earth mite, blue oat mite and lucerne flea. P.J. Michael, M.E. Dutch and C.J. Pekin.View PDF)178
Systematics and biology of a predatory mite (Anystis sp.) introduced into Australia for biological control of redlegged earth mite. J.C. Otto and R.B. Halliday.(View PDF)181
The commercial use of predators in biological control. Richard Llewellyn.(View PDF)186
Effect of Bordeaux mixture sprays applied after flowering on fruit finish of apricot. W.S.Washington.(View PDF)188
Purity study of imported leguminous cover crops. Arifin Tasrif, Ismail B. Sahid, S.S. Sastroutomo and A. Latiff.(View PDF)190
Retention of aphid resistance during the commercialization of lucerne (Medicago sativa L.) cv. Nova. R.H. Holtkamp and A.D. Clift(View PDF)194
Toxicity of neem oil against leaf miner (Liromyza trifolii Burgess) on cucumber. K.M. Azam. (View PDF)196
A comparison of hand-operated pesticide sprayers for the control of groundnut pests in India. N.K. Awadhwal, G.V. Ranga Rao, J.A. Wightman, D. McDonald and T. Takenaga.(View PDF)197

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 5 Issues 1-4, 1990

Plant Protection Quarterly  Volume 5 Issue 1, 1990   
The biology of Australian Weeds 21. Carduus nutans L. ssp nutans. A.I. Popay and R.W. Medd.(View PDF)3
Chemical control of saffron thistle (Carthamus lanatus L.) in pasture in the South Australian Mallee. G.M. Fromm.(View PDF)14
Prospects for the biological control of Rosa rubiginosa (Sweet Brier) in New Zealand. P. Syrett.(View PDF)16
Distribution of thistles of the genus Onopordum in Australia. D.T. Briese, D. Lane, B.H. Hyde-Wyatt, J. Crocker, and R.G. Diver.(View PDF)23
Egg-based spray thresholds for the control of Helicoverpa spp. on processing tomatoes. J.T. Hamilton and J.A. Macdonald.(View PDF)28
A survey in South Africa for potential biological control agents against capeweed, Arctotheca calendula (L.) Levyns (Asteraceae). John K. Scott and M.J. Way.(View PDF)31
Evaluation of insecticidal treatments against black field earwig, Nala lividipes (Dufour), in maize. D.A.H. Murray and R. Wicks.(View PDF)35
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 5 Issue 2, 1990   
The phytophagous insects of Emex australis Steinheil in southern Africa and their potential for biological control in Australia. John K. Scott and M.J. Way.(View PDF)43
Studies on the germination of Asystasia intrusa seeds. Ismail B. Sahid and A.S. Juraimi.(View PDF)49
Laboratory rearing of the woolly aphid, Eriosoma lanigerum (Hausmann) (Hemiptera: Aphididae). S.K. Asante and W. Danthanarayana.(View PDF)52
Allelopathy: a new direction in weed control. C.E. Purvis.(View PDF)55
Biocontrol of weeds using insects and fungi. Bruce A. Auld.(View PDF)60
Biological control of grass weeds in Australia : an appraisal. A.J. Wapshere.(View PDF62
Evaluation of fungicides for the control of kikuyu yellows (Verrucalvus flavofaciens). P.T.W. Wong and L.A. Tesoriero.(View PDF)76
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 5 Issue 3, 1990   
Broad-spectrum weed control in transplanted rice with herbicide mixtures. R.A. Raju and M.N. Reddy.(View PDF)82
The problems caused by weed seeds to the dried vine fruits industry. R.B. Johnstone.(View PDF)84
Emex in Southern Africa and Australia: An overview of biology and biological control. John K. Scott.(View PDF)85
Plant and seed population dynamics of Emex. P.W. Weiss.(View PDF)89
Biological control of weeds and the dried fruits industry. Ernest S. Delfosse. (View PDF)91
Protocols for biological control of weeds and current Victorian priorities. E. Bruzzese.(View PDF)98
Past Victorian work on Emex australis Steinheil and Tribulus terrestris L. Rosamond C.H. Shepherd.(View PDF)100
Tribulus terrestris L. (Zygophyllaceae) in Southern Africa: an outline of biology and potential biological control agents for Australia. John K. Scott.(View PDF)103
Chemical control of Emex sp. in Western Australia. D.J. Gilbey.(View PDF)107
Weed control in vines:- some experimental results and views. G.R. Code.(View PDF)110
The potential of controlled release herbicides. A.G. Flynn and M. Moerkerk.(View PDF)113
Soil management in South Australian vineyards. D.I. Lang.(View PDF)114
The potential for cultural control of Tribulus, Cenchrus and Emex in Sunraysia vineyards. Alison MacGregor.(View PDF)116
The control of three-cornered jack (Emex australis) and other spined weeds on public land in Victoria. J.W. Cooke and D.K. Walters(View PDF)120
Role of quality assurance and total quality management in the control of spiked weed seeds. Malcolm M. Campbell.(View PDF)122
Role of Victorian Dried Fruits Board in control of spiny weed seeds. Alan Eddie.(View PDF)125
Grower attitudes to issues associated with weed seed contamination in dried sultanas. H. Stuart Hawkins.(View PDF)126
Control of Tomato Spotted Wilt in tomatoes by systemic insecticides. N.L. Treverrow and L.L. Mutton.(View PDF)132
Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 5 Issue 4, 1990   
Effect of 2,4-D on the quality of water hyacinth as food for insects. A.D. Wright, and A.S. Bourne.(View PDF)139
Estimating the cost of wild oats (Avena spp.) in the Australian wheat industry. R.W. Medd and Sushil Pandey.(View PDF)142
Chemical control of Ligustrum lucidum. J.E. Madden and J.T. Swarbrick.(View PDF)145
The effectiveness of vegetable and citrus oils as protectants of cowpeas against infestations by Callosobruchus rhodesianus (Pic.). D.P. Giga and M.M. Munetsi.(View PDF)148
Distribution and control of rubber vine, Cryptostegia grandiflora, a major weed in northern Queensland. R.E. McFadyen and G.J.Harvey.(View PDF)152
Uptake and distribution of acid, ester and amine salt formulations of 14C-2,4-D by groundsel bush (Baccharis halimifolia) with time. G.J. Harvey.(View PDF)156
The incidence of bacterial blight (Pseudomonas syringae pv. pisi) of field peas in Victoria. R.G. Clarke.(View PDF)160
The biology of Australian weeds 22. Cassinia arcuata R.Br. M.H. Campbell, I.J. McGowen, B.R. Milne, and D.T. Vere.(View PDF)162
Boneseed control using glyphosate. T.J. Earl. (View PDF)169
The role of free water in the spread of Colletotrichum orbiculare. M.M. Say.(View PDF)171

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 4 Issues 1-4, 1989

Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 4 Issue 1, 1989   
Siam weed: a new threat to Australia’s north. R.E. Cruttwell McFadyen.(View PDF)3
Monitoring for potential leafhopper vectors (Hemiptera: Cicadclloidea and Fulgoroidea) of the causal agent of Australian Grapevine Yellows. J.A. Osmelak, R.W. Emmett and Miriam Pywell.(View PDF)8
A pest management information system in Victoria. D.W.A. Lane, J.V. Yugovic, G.D. Murphy and J.R. Backholer.(View PDF)11
The importance of weeds and the advantages and disadvantages of herbicide use. J.H. Combellack.(View PDF)14
Alternatives to herbicides. Wendy C. Morgan.(View PDF)33
Danish experience in initiating and implementing a policy to reduce herbicide use. Heinrich Haas.(View PDF)38
Rainproofing glyphosate with ‘Bondcrete’ cement additive for improved bitou bush control. T.M. Anderson and P.E. van Haaren.(View PDF)45
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 4 Issue 2, 1989   
The Biology of Australian Weeds 19. Bromus diandrus Roth and B. rigidus Roth. K.F. Kon and W.M. Blacklow.(View PDF)51
A history of biological control of Lantana camara in New South Wales. E.E. Taylor.(View PDF)61
Herbicides: friends or foes – a herbicide users viewpoint. Mitch Hooke.(View PDF)66
Preventative control of take-all patch of bentgrass turf using triazole fungicides and Gaeumannomyces graminis var. graminis following soil fumigation. P.T.W. Wong, and D.J. Worrad.(View PDF)70
Post harvest disinfestation of export proteas. J.R. MacFarlane and P.R. Franz.(View PDF)73
Response of Medicago cultivars to fungal root pathogens associated with Trifolium subterraneum. Martin J. Barbetti.(View PDF)75
Host range of Cuscuta reflexa Roxb. in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Tribikram Bhattarai, Hemanta Bhandary and Purushottam Shrestha.(View PDF)78
Influence of sulphate of ammonia as an additive to glyphosate and SC-0224 on control of competition, and yield of sod-seeded wheat. P.M. Dowling and A.R. Gilmour.(View PDF)81
Comparison of carbaryl, maldison and permethrin wettable powders as insecticidal dusts to protect potato tubers for export against potato moth Phthorimaea operculella (Zeller). J.A. Osmelak.(View PDF)84
Similarities in the size and phenol reaction of naked Sida seeds. Alison Vieritz.(View PDF)85
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 4 Issue 3, 1989   
The effect of fungicide sprays on root development, green leaf area and yield of wheat in the absence of disease. R. Balasubramaniam and R.E. Gaunt.(View PDF)95
The effect of stubble retention and tillage practices in wheat and barley on crown rot caused by Fusarirrm graminearum Group 1. R.L. Dodman and G.B. Wilderrnuth.(View PDF)98
Wine grape-vine tolerance to chlorsulfuron and metsulfuron methyl herbicides. John H. Moore and John F. Elliott.(View PDF)100
Economics and the law relating to flexibility of chemical rates. David J. Pannell.(View PDF)104
Control of Delairea odorata (Cape ivy) in native forest with the herbicide clopyralid. Peter C. Fagg.(View PDF)107
Regional differences in the weed flora of Victorian cereal crops. J.C. Streibig, J. H.Combellack and R.L. Amor.(View PDF)111
A rational approach to apple scab control – the role of disease warning systems and curative spraying. L.J. Penrose.(View PDF)115
The Biology of Australian Weeds 20. Mimosa pigra L. W.M. Lonsdale, I.L. Miller and I.W. Forno.(View PDF)119
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 4 Issue 4, 1989   
A survey of Fireweed (Senecio madagascariensis Poir) and its natural enemies in Madagascar with a view to biological control in Australia. J.J. Marohasy (neé Turnour).(PPQ 04-4 pp139-140 Marohasy.pdf)139
Effect of pesticides on survival of Amblyseius victoriensis (Womersley), an important predatory mite in southern New South Wales peach orchards. David G. James. (PPQ 04-4 pp141-143 James.pdf)141
Control of Agrypnus variabilis (Candeze) (Coleoptera: Elateridae) in onions and carrots. G.J. Goodyer, N. Treverrow, and P. Sinclair.(PPQ 04-4 pp144-145 Goodyer.pdf)144
Comparison of conventional medium to high-volume and high-volume sprayers with a low-volume sprayer for the control of black spot, Guignardia citricarpa Keily, on Valencia Orange. G.A.C. Beattie, P. Broadbent, H. Baker, B. Gollnow and C.J. Kaldor.(PPQ 04-4 pp146-148 Beattie.pdf)146
Use of airborne thematic mapper (ATM) to map the distribution of blackberry (Rubus fruticosus agg.) (Rosaceae) in the Strzelecki Ranges, south Gippsland, Victoria. E. Ullah, R.P. Field, D.A. McLaren and J.A. Peterson.(PPQ 04-4 pp149-154 Ullah.pdf)149
Mapping flowering Paterson’s Curse (Echium plantagineum) around Lake Hume, north eastern Victoria, using Landsat TM data. E. Ullah, R.C.H. Shepherd, J.T. Baxter, and J.A. Peterson.(PPQ 04-4 pp155-157 Ullah.pdf)155
Adjuvants, glyphosate efficacy and post-spraying rainfall. Andrew J. Wells.(PPQ 04-4 pp158-164 Wells.pdf)158

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 3 Issues 1-4, 1988

Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 3 Issue 1, 1988   
Effects of cultivation and stubble retention on soil and stubble-borne pathogens of wheat in Victoria – an overview. R.F. de Boer and J.F. Kollmorgen.(View PDF)3
Effect of tillage on disease of cereals caused by Gaeurnannomyces graminis, Rhizoctonia solani and Heterodera ayenae: a review. S.M. Neate.(View PDF)5
Review of tillage and cereal root disease research in South Australia. D.K. Roget.(View PDF)8
Influence of stubble-management practices on crown rot of wheat. T.A. Klein, B.A. Summerell and L.W. Burgess.(View PDF)10
Influence of stubble-management practices on yellow spot of wheat. B.A. Summerell, T.A. Klein and L.W. Burgess.(View PDF)12
Influence of atrazine and chlorsulfuron on the saprophytic and parasitic activity of Fusariurn graminearum Group 1. S. Jeffery, L.W. Burgess and T.A. Klein.(View PDF)14
Incidence of yellow leaf spot (Pyrenophora tritici-repentis) of wheat in Victoria. R.G. Clarke and S. Gagen.(View PDF)16
Occurrence and distribution in south-eastern Australia of barley grass (Hordeum glaucurn Steud.) resistant to paraquat. E.S. Tucker and S.B. Powles.(View PDF)19
Survey of the impact and control of fireweed (Senecio madagascariensis Poir.) in New South Wales. B.M. Sindel and P.W. Michael.(View PDF)22
Use of a disease nursery to compare the efficacy of sterol-inhibiting fungicides for the control of apple scab and powdery mildew. T. Wicks.(View PDF)29
Solar heating (solarization) of the soil surface: effect on weed control, and yield of Phaseolus vulgaris. S.B. Powles, N. Charman and F. Poole.(View PDF)31
The 2,4,5-T herbicide controversy – in hindsight. W. T. Parsons.(View PDF)36
A plant plotter for use in demography studies. D.A. Friend and T.K. Johnson.(View PDF)40
Theory and reality of weed control thresholds: a comment. D. Pannell.(View PDF)43
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 3 Issue 2, 1988   
Incidence and control of Scitala sericans Erichson (Scarabaeidae: Melolanthinae), in blueberry plantations in Victoria. J.A. Osmelak and K. Clayton-Greene.(View PDF)55
Evaluation of two formulations of permethrin for use against adult Lycoriella mali (Fitch) (Diptera: Sciaridae) in commercial mushroom culture in New South Wales. A.D. Clift and G. Livanos.(View PDF)58
Disinfestation of potted foliage plants for exports. S. Goodwin and M. O’Connell.(View PDF)62
Bracken control with rope-wick applied glyphosate. J.H. Moore and S.M. Jones.(View PDF)65
Eradication of salvinia (Salvinia molesta) from the Adelaide River, Northern Territory. I.L. Miller and S.E. Pickering.(View PDF)69
Spot-spraying of hexazinone and amitrole/atrazine in the establishment of first and second rotations of Pinus radiata in south-western Victoria. P.C. Fagg, D.W. Finn and G. Hepworth.(View PDF)74
ABA protection against diclofopmethyl: identification of an experimental system using oat (Avena sativa L.) cultivars possessing differing herbicide tolerance. Martin H. Foreman and Roger J. Field.(View PDF)78
Influence of spatial distribution of weeds on crop yield loss. B.A. Auld.(View PDF)81
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 3 Issue 3, 1988   
Alligator weed is spreading in Australia. M.H. Julien and A.S. Bourne.(View PDF)91
Relationships between the lucerne leafroller, Merophyas divulsana (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), and damage to lucerne. A.L. Bishop and M.A. O’Connell.(View PDF)97
Efficacy and persistence of control of dollar spot in bentgrass turf by fungicides. D.J. Worrad and P.T.W. Wong.(View PDF)100
Effect of carboxin seed dressing on emergence, coleoptile length and primary leaf growth of wheat and barley. G.B. Wildermuth and B.J. Radford.(View PDF)102
Patterns of herbicide usage by cereal crop farmers in Western Australia. P.J. Dolin, M.R. Phillips and J.T. Spickett.(View PDF)105
Low volume applications of herbicides sprayed on to soil, crop or pasture with a bluff plate sprayer. M. Fulton and G. Furness.(View PDF)108
Geraniol, an allelochemical of possible use in integrated pest management. S.J.H. Rizvi, V.K. Singh, V. Rizvi and G.R. Waller.(View PDF)112
Distribution and biological control of cactus species in eastern Australia. J.R. Hosking, R.E. McFadyen and N.D. Murray.(View PDF)115
Classical and inundative approaches to biological weed control compared. C.F. McRae.(View PDF)124
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 3 Issue 4, 1988   
Weed status of twelve thistle species in New South Wales. D.T. Briese.(View PDF)135
Fungicidal control of grapevine powdery mildew. T. Wicks, B. Hall and D. McQuinn. (View PDF)142
Occurrence, origin, weed status and control of water lettuce (Pistia stratiotes L.) in the Northern Territory. J.D. Gillett, C.R. Dunlop and I.L. Miller.(View PDF)144
A review of survey techniques for the detection of weeds with particular reference to Mimosa pigra L. in Australia and Thailand. J.L. Pitt and I.L. Miller.(View PDF)149
The Biology of Australian Weeds 18: Hypochoeris radicata L. Lesley Cameron.(View PDF)156
Response of six temperate annual grass weeds to six selective herbicides. A.R. Leys, B. Plater and B. Cullis.(View PDF)163
Studies on the seed biology of arum lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica (L.) Spreng.). F.D. Panetta.(View PDF)169

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 2 Issues 1-4, 1987

Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 2 Issue 1, 1987   
Changes in the weed flora in south-eastern Australia due to cropping and control practices. R.L. Amor and P.M. Kloot.(View PDF)3
Changes in product pricing and availability. D.R. Harper.(View PDF)8
Economic evaluation of biological weed control. C. Tisdell.(View PDF)10
Theory and reality of weed control thresholds. R. Cousens.(View PDF)13
Soil, water and weed management – the key to farm productivity in southern Australia. J.E. Pratley.(View PDF)21
Conservation tillage and weed revolutions. R.W. Medd.(View PDF)31
Assessment of prochloraz fungicide as a sett treatment for the control of pineapple disease of sugar cane. P.W.J. Taylor and C.C. Ryan.(View PDF)35
Persistence of atrazine in chemical fallows in the Victorian Wimmera and Mallee. R.L. Amor, A. Kent, P.E. Ridge and R.M. Binns.(View PDF)38
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 2 Issue 2, 1987   
Control of San Jose scale (Comstockaspis perniciosus (Comstock) (Hemiptera: Diaspididae)) and woolly aphid (Eriosoma lanigerum (Hausmann) (Hemiptera: Pemphigidae)) in an integrated mite control program. C.C. Bower.(View PDF)55
Effects of asulam and glyphosate on the leaves and rhizomes of Pteridium esculentum. N.D. Hallam, C. Herrmann and R.G. Richardson.(View PDF)59
Evaluation of fungicides as seed treatments for control of loose smut Ustilago segetum var. tritici in barley in Western Australia. Martin J. Barbetti.(View PDFf)67
Poverty weed (Iva axillaris Pursh): its distribution and control. G.H. Pritchard.(View PDF)69
Chemical fallow systems for wheat production in the Victorian Wimmera. R.L. Amor and P.E. Ridge.(View PDF)74
The stump-jump plough and beyond. W.T. Brown and J.E. Huzzey.(View PDF)79
Weeds resistant to herbicides in Australia and contributing factors leading to their appearance. P.D. Howat.(PPQ 02-2 pp082-85 Howat.pdf)82
Competition between crops and weeds in southern Australia. M.L. Poole and G.S. Gill.(View PDF)86
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 2 Issue 3, 1987   
A technique for manipulating the time of infection of wheat by Fusarium graminearum Group 1. C.M. Liddell and L.W. Burgess.(View PDF)103
Effect of drop trajectory on spray deposits on crop and weeds. R.G. Richardson.(View PDF)108
Control of Setaria sphacelata var. sericea in afforestation of pasture country with Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis. A. Costantini and M. Podberscek.(View PDF)112
Screening of herbicides for the control of green couch grass (Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers.). M.J. Lewty and T.M. Frodsham.(View PDF)115
The economics of weed control: J.O.S. Kennedy.(View PDF)118
Survey of weeds in field peas, chickpeas and rapeseed in the Victorian Wimmera. R.L. Amor and T.M. Francisco.(View PDF)124
Seed-borne levels, chemical seed treatment and effects on seed quality following a severe outbreak of Alternaria brassicae on rapeseed in New South Wales. G.E. Stovold, R.J. Mailer and A. Francis.(View PDF)128
Control of skeleton weed (Chondrilla juncea L.) with clopyralid in the South Australian Mallee: J. W. Heap and A. R. Fischle.(View PDF)132
Distribution and severity of brome grass in barley crops in the Victorian Mallee. I.T. Mock .(View PDF)135
Longevity of Bromus diandrus Roth. seed in soil at three sites in Western Australia. A.H. Cheam.(View PDF)137
Early records of Mimosa pigra in the Northern Territory. I.L. Miller and W.M. Lonsdale.(View PDF)140
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 2 Issue 4, 1987   
Vertical and lateral movement and nematicidal activity of fenamiphos applied to soil by trickle irrigation. G.R. Stirling and S.R. Dullahide.(View PDF)151
Toxicity of pesticides to the red-legged earth mite Halotydeus destructor. David G. James. (View PDF)156
Epiphytic populations of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato on tomato seedlings in a nursery. S. Srisink and K. Sivasithamparam.(View PDF)158
Area and distribution of serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Arech.) in New South Wales, 1975 to 1985. M.H. Campbell.(View PDF)161
Current status and distribution of common heliotrope (Heliotropium europaeum L.) in New South Wales. J.J. Dellow and J.T. Seaman.(View PDF)165
Control of ragwort (Senecio jacobaea L.) at advanced stages of growth using clopyralid. D.A. Friend.(View PDF)168
A commercial method of application of entomopathogenic nematodes to pasture for controlling subterranean insect pests. G.N. Berg, P. Williams, R.A. Bedding and R.J. Akhurst.(View PDF)174
The Biology of Australian Weeds 17. Reseda lutea L. J.W. Heap, M.C. Willcocks and P.M. Kloot.(View PDF)178
Recent outbreak of coffee rust in Papua New Guinea caused by Hemileia vastatrix and the future of its coffee production. N.T.M.H. De Silva and C.A. Tisdell.(View PDF)186

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 1 Issues 1-4, 1985/6

Plant Protection Quarterly Volume 1 Issue 1, 1985
Fungi associated with basal stalk rot and root rot of dryland grain sorghum in New South Wales. D.S. Trimboli and L.W. Burgess.(View PDF)3
Newly recorded hosts of Eutypa lata (= E. armeniacae) in Australia. A. Bolay and M.V. Carter.(View PDF)10
Fosamine for lantana control in south east Queensland hoop pine plantations: a preliminary evaluation. R.W.C. Master.(View PDF)13
Seasonal emergence of weeds typically occurring in the Victorian cereal belt. R.L. Amor.(View PDF)18
Non-volatile nematicides control of citrus nematode in lemon trees. R.H. Brown.(View PDF)21
CSIRO Division of Entomology Submission to the Inquiries into biological control of Echium plantagineum L., Paterson’s curse/salvation Jane. E.S. Delfosse and J.M. Cullen. (View PDF)24
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 1 Issue 2, 1985   
Assessment of the commercial application of a methyl bromide and carbon dioxide mixture for the control of grain insects. P. Williams, W. Minnett, S.A. Buchanan, A.D. Wilson, P. Savage, H. Rosenbaum and V. Guiffre.(View PDF)51
Occurrence of Phytophthora clandestina in Western Australia. P.A. Taylor, M.J. Barbetti and D. H. Wong.(View PDF)57
Chemical control of the foliar nematode Aphelenchoides fragariae in piggyback plants (Tolmiea menziesii and the fern (Polypodium aureum). R.W. Suatmadji. (View PDF)59
Lignum (Muehlenbeckia cunninghamii) control in the Channel Country. A.J. Pressland and F. J. Keenan.(View PDF)62
Herbicides for removal of natural regeneration of radiata pine in second-rotation plantations. G. Minko.(View PDF)67
Regeneration of yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) rhizomes as influenced by rhizome age, fragmentation and depth of soil burial. R.J. Field and C.S. Jayaweera.(View PDF)71
Use of a rope-wick applicator to apply glyphosate for controlling Chinese scrub (Cassinia arcuata R.Br.). J.W. Cooke and C.W. Smith.(View PDF)74
Use of simazine and trifluralin for weed control in lupins in the Victorian Mallee. I.T. Mock and R.L. Amor. (View PDF)76
Distribution of Echium plantagineum L. and its association with pyrrolizidine alkaloid poisoning in horses in New South Wales. J.J. Dellow and J.T. Seaman. (View PDF)79
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 1 Issue 3, 1986   
Effect of herbicides on the composition of cyanobacteria in transplanted rice. R.P. Singh, R.K. Singh and D.N. Tiwari.(View PDF)101
Chemical control of prickly lettuce (Lactuca serriola L.) in wheat and chickpeas in the Victorian Wimmera. R.L. Amor.(View PDF)103
Chromosome numbers in Western Australian populations of pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium L.). F.D. Panetta.(View PDF)106
Inhibition of germination in privet. F.J. Burrows and J. Kohen.(View PDF)107
New method for identifying forms of skeleton weed (Chondrilla juncea L.). C. Reinganum.(View PDF109
Influence of pH on toxicity of the non-electrolytes coumarin and ethyl N-phenylcarbamate to Spirodela polyrhiza. Charles G. Greenham.(View PDF)111
History of the lantanas in Australia and origins of the weedy biotypes. J.T. Swarbrick.(View PDF)115
Plant Protection Quarterly   Volume 1 Issue 4, 1986   
List of plants collected at the old Flemington Saleyards, Sydney, New South Wales. M. Gray and P.W. Michael.(View PDF)135
Germination of soft brome (Bromus hordeaceus). R.G. Flood.(View PDF)144
Incidence and growth of prickly lettuce (Lactuca serriola L.) in dryland crops in the Victorian Wimmera. R.L. Amor.(View PDF)148
Biological control of St John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) in New Zealand: a review. N.G. Hancox, P. Syrett and R.R. Scott.(View PDF152
New technology facilitates control of Eutypa dieback in apricots and grapevines. P.A. Magarey and M.V. Carter.(View PDF)156
Wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum L.): a review of research on its biology and control in Victoria, 1976-1982. T.W. Donaldson.(View PDF)160
The ecology and control of fireweed (Senecio madagascariensis Poir.). B.M. Sindel. (View PDF)163
Australian Weeds 1981-1984

Australian Weeds

Australian Weeds was published by the Council of Australian Weed Science Societies from 1981 to 1984.

Australian Weeds Volume 3 Issue 4, 1984

Australian Weeds   Volume 3 Issue 4, 1984   
Fluorescent tracer technique for measuring total herbicide deposits on plants. R.G. Richardson.(View PDF)123
Chemical weed control in chickpeas (Cicer arietinum L.). J.E. Mahoney.(View PDF)125
Evaluation of pre-emergent herbicides for landscape tree establishment. C.J. Nazer and J.D. Clark.(View PDF)128
Allelopathy in buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.) Part I. Influence of buffel grass association on calotrope (Calotropis procera (Ait.) W.T.Ait.). A.H. Cheam.(View PDF)133
Allelopathy in buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.) Part II. Site of release and distribution of allelochemical in the soil profile. A.H. Cheam.(View PDF)137
Weed management studies in maize and soybean intercropping systems. S.P. Verma and B.N. Dutta.(View PDF)140
Using simulation for economic assessment of the skeleton weed eradication programme in Western Australia. D. Pannell.(View PDF)146
Pasture topping using Roundup herbicide. S.M. Jones, W.M. Blowes, P. England and P.K. Fraser.(View PDF)150

Australian Weeds Volume 3 Issue 3, 1984

Australian Weeds   Volume 3 Issue 3, 1984   
Diphenamid, bifenox and oryzalin as pre-emergent herbicides in a radiata pine nursery. M. Hall.(View PDF)87
Laboratory tests on some nozzles used to apply herbicides by boom sprayers in Australia. J.H. Combellack and L. Andrew.(View PDF)90
Response of lucerne cultivars to 2,4-DB and bromoxynil during establishment. G.N. Schrodter, T.M. Bowdler, K.F. Lowe and J.E. Rawson.(View PDF)94
Planning, costing and supervising local authority and contract weed control operations. R.Wood.(View PDF)97
Commercial development of Roundup for long-term control of soursob (Oxalis pes-caprae L.). W.M. Blowes.(View PDF)102
Control of Eucalyptus populnea F.Muell. (poplar box) using fewer chemical injection points. J.A. Robertson.(View PDF)105
Datura stramonium L.: alkaloids and allelopathy. J. Levitt and J.V. Lovett.(View PDF)108

Australian Weeds Volume 3 Issue 2, 1984

Australian Weeds Volume 3 Issue 2, 1984   
Herbicide evaluation studies in sesame. G.N. Schrodter and J.E. Rawson.(View PDF)47
Forms of skeleton weed (Chondrilla juncea L.) in Western Australia. F.D. Panetta.(View PDF)50
Effect of three planting methods and six herbicides on dry matter and nitrogen accumulation in rice and weeds. R.P. Singh and G.L. Sharma.(View PDF)54
Airborne 2,4-D and tomato damage at Geraldton, Western Australia. D.J. Gilbey, C.M. Ralph, A.N. Scott, G.F. Ebell and R.W. Horne.(View PDF)57
Weed flora of Victorian cereal crops. R.L. Amor.(View PDF)70
Effects of environmental factors on the activity of metribuzin in plants. I.D. Black.(View PDF)74
Small plot sprayer for testing rates of herbicide applied singly or in mixtures. J.R. Pierce and B.J. Rayner.(View PDF)78

Australian Weeds Volume 3 Issue 1, 1984

Australian Weeds Volume 3 Issue 1, 1984   
Size structure of silvergrass (Vulpia spp.) populations in direct drilled wheat. F. Forcella.(View PDF)3
Longevity of Parthenium hysterophorus L. seed in the soil. J.E. Butler.(View PDF)6
Evaluation of herbicides in sugar beet grown in Tasmania. I.D. Black.(View PDF)7
Chemical control of prairie ground cherry (Physalis viscosa L.). T.W. Donaldson.(View PDF)13
Navua sedge in pastures in Fiji. I.D. Black.(View PDF)16
Herbicide residues in the soil: some aspects of their behaviour and agricultural significance. R.J. Hance.(View PDF)26
Guide to the successful use of boom sprayers. J.H. Combellack and Marcus Lury.(View PDF)35

Australian Weeds Volume 2 Issue 4, 1983

Australian Weeds Volume 2 Issue 4, 1983   
Fruit production by two species of privet, Ligustrum sinense Lour. and L. lucidum W.T.Ait., in Sydney. M. Westoby, J. Dalby and L. Adams-Acton.(View PDF)127
Germination of Ligustrurn lucidum W.T.Ait. and L. sinense Lour, at different temperatures. F.J. Burrows and J. Kohen.(View PDF)130
Effect of droplet size on the control of weeds with 2,4-D. R.G. Richardson.(View PDF)133
Weed control in Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit and associated toxicity effects of some pre-emergence herbicides. D.G. Cooksley.(View PDF137
Effect of pre-fallowing application of glyphosate on hoary cress (Cardaria draba (L.) Desv.). D.M. Waterhouse and J.E. Mahoney.(View PDFf)141
Distribution and abundance of St John’s wort, Hypericurn perforaturn L., and its introduced biological control agents in Victoria. Rosamond C.H. Shepherd.(View PDF)144
Working list of weeds of Queensland, the Northern Territory, and northern Western Australia. J.T. Swarbrick.(View PDF)156

Australian Weeds Volume 2 Issue 3, 1983

Australian Weeds Volume 2 Issue 3, 1983   
Tolerance of Leucaena leucocephala to some herbicides applied post-emergence. D.G. Cooksley.(View PDF)87
Chemical control of Salvinia molesta: glasshouse and lake experiments. C. Max Finlayson and Tom P. Farrell.(View PDF)90
Observations on the influence of grazing by sheep or cattle on the density and cover of ragwort. R.L. Amor, D.W. Lane and K.W. Jackson.(View PDF)94
Biological control of ragwort in New Zealand: a review. P. Syrett.(View PDF)96
Area, distribution and weed potential of Eragrostis curvula (Schrad.) Nees in New South Wales. M. H. Campbell.(View PDF)107
Potential herbicides of sunflower crops in southern Australia. R.J. Carter and D.W. Stephenson.(View PDF)113

Australian Weeds Volume 2 Issue 2, 1982/3

Australian Weeds Volume 2 Issue 2, 1982/3   
Effectiveness of some herbicides for weed control in irrigated sunflowers in South Australia. Trent D. Potter and Kevin R. Smith.(View PDF)47
Weed survey of cereal crops in south west Victoria. R.G. Velthuis and R. L. Amor.(View PDF)50
Chemical control of natural seedling regeneration of radiata pine (Pinus radiata D.Don) D.W. Flinn and G. Minko.(View PDF)53
Analysis of the spread of tiger pear and parthenium weed in Australia. B.A. Auld, J. Hosking and R.E. McFadyen.(View PDF)56
Some botanical aspects of Compositae dermatitis in South Australia. P.M. Kloot and J.N. Burry.(View PDF)61
Management of salvinia (Salvinia molesta) in Australia. C. Max Finlayson and David S. Mitchell.(View PDF)71

Australian Weeds Volume 2 Issue 1, 1982

Australian Weeds   Volume 2 Issue 1, 1982   
Factors affecting the crop tolerance and weed control of metribuzin in barley and wheat. I.D. Black.(View PDF)3
Weed flora of various hill agro-ecosystems in Meghalaya, north-eastern India. B. Neogi and R.R. Rao.(View PDF)9
Brome grasses (Bromus spp.) as contaminants of barley grain in the Victorian Mallee. I.T. Mock and R.L. Amor.(View PDF)16
Australian Weed Societies – up to the eighties and beyond: Part Two: Australian weed science and weed societies in the eighties and beyond. A. Nelson Johnston. (View PDF)18
Distribution and importance of Noogoora and Bathurst burrs in eastern Australia. R.J. Martin and J.A. Carnahan.(View PDF)27
Allelopathy and self-defence in plants. J.V. Lovett.(View PDF)33

Australian Weeds Volume 1 Issue 4, 1982

Australian Weeds Volume 1 Issue 4, 1982 Contents 
Research reports
Preliminary observations on the ragwort flea beetle (Longitarsus jacobaeae) introduced into Tasmania to control ragwort (Senecio jacobaea). J.E. Ireson and A. Terauds.(View PDF)3
Chromosome number in a Victorian population of Amsinckia calycina. D.A. Friend.(View PDF)7
The growth and development of soursob (Oxalis pes-caprae) in Victoria. J.E. Mahoney.(View PDF)9
Weed control in rapeseed crops in Australia. D.W. Stephenson.(View PDF)12
Australian Weed Societies – up to the eighties and beyond. Part One: Australian weed science and the development of the societies, 1954-1981. A. Nelson Johnston.(View PDF)17
General articles
Weed knowledge is growing. E. McLay.(View PDF)28
The naturalization of Echium plantagineum L. in Australia. P.M. Kloot.(View PDF)29

Australian Weeds Volume 1 Issue 3, 1982

Australian Weed  Volume 1 Issue 3, 1982 Contents 
Studies on rubber vine (Cryptostegia grandifora): IV The effects of herbicide formulations, carrier, and placement on control of rubber vine. G.J. Harvey.(View PDF)3
The effect of rate and time of application of glyphosate on soursob (Oxalis pes-caprae). J.E. Mahoney.(View PDF)8
Allelopathic effects of wireweed (Polygonum aviculare). P.M. Kloot and K.G. Boyce.(View PDF)11
A review of the ecology of sorrel (Rumex acetosella) in pastures. A.C. Archer and B.A. Auld.(View PDF)15
Cereal production and weed control in Tasmania. B.H. Hyde-Wyatt.(View PDF)18
Biological control of weeds of Mediterranean origin: a progress report: E.S. Delfosse and J.M. Cullen.(View PDF)25
General articles
Glean. J.G. Campion.(View PDF)31
Guide to the timing of chemical control of wild oats in wheat and barley. B.J. Wilson.(View PDF)34

Australian Weeds Volume 1 Issue 2, 1981

Australian Weeds   Volume 1 Issue 2, 1981   Contents 
Research reports
Tolerance of barley to four post-emergence herbicides for wild oat control. B.J. Wilson.(View PDF)3
Studies on rubber vine (Cryptostegia grandiflora): III Basal bark application of phenoxyalkanoic acid herbicides. G.J. Harvey.(View PDF)6
Seed production and germination behaviour in nutgrass (Cyperus rotundus). P.K. Jha and D.N. Sen.(View PDF)8
Use of the heavy duty blade plough for control of woody regrowth in Central Queensland. J.C. Scanlan and E.R. Anderson.(View PDF)10
The problems involved in improving spraying efficiency. J.H. Combellack.(View PDF)13
The extent, distribution and cost of control of blackberry in New South Wales. A.D. Mears.(View PDF)18
Reviews (continued)
Camphor laurel (Cinnamomum camphora) – a new weed in north-eastern New South Wales. D.J. Firth.(View PDF)26
General articles
Conservation tillage using Roundup in Queensland and northern New South Wales. N.D. Herron.(View PDF)31

Australian Weeds   Volume 1 Issue 1, 1981

Australian Weeds  Volume 1 Issue 1, 1981 Contents 
Research reports
Studies on rubber vine (Cryptostegia grandiflora): II Field trials using various herbicides. G.J. Harvey. (View PDF)3
Chemicals for non-commercial thinning of Pinus radiata by basal stem injection. G.Minko. (View PDF)5
Parthenium weed in the Americas. I.J. Dale. (View PDF)8
Postemergence control of anoda weed and hairy wandering jew in peanuts. S.R. Walker.(View PDF)15
Perspectives and priorities in weed research and control. S.L. Everist.(View PDF)18
General articles
Conservation tillage using Roundup. N.M. Tydens.(View PDF)29