Australia

Impact of Practice Change on Runoff Water Quality and Vegetable Yield—An On-Farm Case Study

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Autores: 
Gunasekhar Nachimuthu
Autores: 
Neil V. Halpin
Autores: 
Michael J. Bell
Editora: 
Agriculture
Año: 
2017

Sexual Compatibility of The Olive Cultivar ‘Kalamata’ Assessed by Paternity Analysis

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Autores: 
E. Seifi
Autores: 
J. Guerin
Autores: 
B. Kaiser
Autores: 
M. Sedgley
Editora: 
Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research
Año: 
2012

Quinoa: Opportunities and Challenges in Australia

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Autores: 
Lucy Kealy
Editora: 
Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation
Año: 
2017

Value-Adding Options for Tropical Fruit using Jackfruit as a Case Study

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Autores: 
Adrian Best
Editora: 
Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation
Año: 
2015

The Emerging Australian Date Palm Industry: Date Fruit Nutritional and Bioactive Compounds and Valuable Processing By-Products

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Autores: 
Sameera Sirisena
Autores: 
Ken Ng
Autores: 
Said Ajlouni
Editora: 
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety
Año: 
2015

Australian subtropical coffee grower’s manual

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Autores: 
David Peasley
Autores: 
David Ashton
Autores: 
Jos Webber
Autores: 
Ron Woods
Editora: 
Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation
Año: 
2014

Anthracnose in olives: symptoms, disease cycle and management

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Autores: 
V. Sergeeva
Editora: 
Proceedings of 4th International Conference Olivebioteq
Año: 
2012

Management of Black Scale and Apple Weevil in Olives

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What the report is about
This report provides olive growers with monitoring, and organic and conventional control methods for black scale and apple weevil. The information generated by this project also provides new methods to improve control of apple weevil.
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Autores: 
Sonya Broughton
Autores: 
Stewart Learmonth
Editora: 
RIRDC Australia
Año: 
2012

English Spinach

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Spinach is a generic term for certain vegetables which are grown, cooked and consumed for the high content of minerals and vitamins in their leaves. The term spinach may refer to plants from five different families, including English or common spinach (Spinacia oleracea), silverbeet or Swiss chard (Beta vulgaris), French spinach or orach (Atriplex hortensis), New Zealand spinach (Tetragonia expansa), Chinese spinach (Amaranthus gangeticus), water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica) and Indianspinach (Basella rubra).

Autores: 
J.R. Burt
Editora: 
Department of Agriculture - Western Australia
Año: 
2006

Avocado Diseases

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In New South Wales avocados are grown in the coastal areas north of Gosford with some plantings in the irrigation areas along the lower Murray River. The principal soils are basaltic clay loams on the coast and deep sands at Stuarts Point and on the Murray.
The main cultivar is Hass. It is grafted on seedling rootstocks derived from non-edible avocados of the Mexican or Guatemalan botanical races. Fuerte and Sharwil, once popular varieties, are now on the decline. Lamb Hass, a new variety, is being planted in some areas. Fruit are harvested from April to December.

Autores: 
R N. Allen
Autores: 
G.E. Stovold
Autores: 
J.F. Dirou
Editora: 
NSW Agriculture
Año: 
2004
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