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2019

Halpin, N. V., Bell, M. J., Rehbein, W. E. and Moody, P. W. (2019) Potassium fertilisation strategies for rotational grain-legume crops — Implications for the subsequent sugarcane crop. In: 41st Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists Conference, ASSCT 2019, University of Southern Queensland (USQ)Toowoomba; Australia.

2018

Cheah, Z. X., Kopittke, P. M., Harper, S. M., O'Hare, T. J., Wang, P., Paterson, D. J., de Jonge, M. D. and Bell, M. J. (2018) In situ analyses of inorganic nutrient distribution in sweetcorn and maize kernels using synchrotron-based X-ray fluorescence microscopy. Annals of Botany, 123 (3). pp. 543-556. ISSN 0305-7364

2016

Nachimuthu, G., Halpin, N. V. and Bell, M. J. (2016) Effect of sugarcane cropping systems on herbicide losses in surface runoff. Science of the total environment, 557-55 . pp. 773-784. ISSN 0048-9697

2015

Dang, Y. P., Seymour, N. P., Walker, S. R., Bell, M. J. and Freebairn, D. M. (2015) Strategic tillage in no-till farming systems in Australia’s northern grains-growing regions: I. Drivers and implementation. Soil and Tillage Research, 152 . pp. 104-114.

Dang, Y. P., Moody, P. W., Bell, M. J., Seymour, N. P., Dalal, R. C., Freebairn, D. M. and Walker, S. R. (2015) Strategic tillage in no-till farming systems in Australia’s northern grains-growing regions: II. Implications for agronomy, soil and environment. Soil and Tillage Research, 152 . pp. 115-123.

2011

Stirling, G. R., Halpin, N. V. and Bell, M. J. (2011) A surface mulch of crop residues enhances suppressiveness to plant-parasitic nematodes in sugarcane soils. Nematropica, 41 (1). pp. 109-121.

2009

Bell, M. J., Moody, P. W., Harch, G. R., Compton, B. and Want, P. S. (2009) Fate of potassium fertilisers applied to clay soils under rainfed grain cropping in south-east Queensland, Australia. Soil Research, 47 (1). pp. 60-73.

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