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Article

Williams, A., Farquharson, R., Lawrence, D., Baldock, J. and Bell, M. (2019) Estimating Soil Organic Carbon Under Different Land-Use Types in Australia’s Northern Grains Region Using Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy. Proceedings, 36 (1). p. 141. ISSN 2504-3900

Sandral, G., Tavakkoli, E., Barati, M., Pumpa, R., Armstrong, R., Lester, D., Mason, S., Norton, R. and Bell, M. (2019) Phosphorus and phosphorus stratification. GRDC Update .

De Antoni Migliorati, M., Bell, M., Lester, D., Rowlings, D. W., Scheer, C., de Rosa, D. and Grace, P. R. (2016) Comparison of grain yields and N2O emissions on Oxisol and Vertisol soils in response to fertiliser N applied as urea or urea coated with the nitrification inhibitor 3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate. Soil Research, 54 (5). pp. 552-564.

Book Section

Borrell, A., van Oosterom, E., George-Jaeggli, B., Rodriguez, D., Eyre, J., Jordan, D. J., Mace, E., Singh, V., Vadez, V., Bell, M., Godwin, I., Cruickshank, A., Tao, Y. and Hammer, G. (2021) Chapter 5 - Sorghum. In: Crop Physiology Case Histories for Major Crops. Academic Press. ISBN 978-0-12-819194-1

Monograph

Nachimuthu, G., Halpin, N. V. and Bell, M. (2013) Paddock Scale Water Quality Monitoring of Vegetable-Sugarcane and Legume-Sugarcane Farming Systems - Summary report 2010-2013 Burnett Mary Region. Technical Report. State of Queensland.

Bell, M. (2012) Defining critical soil nutrient concentrations in soils supporting grains and cotton in Northern NSW and Queensland. Project Report. Grains Research & Development Corporation.

Conference or Workshop Item

Lester, D., Bell, M., Sands, D. and Weaver, T. (2017) Cereal and legume crop responses to deep-placed K with and without P in NE Australian Vertosols. In: Frontiers of Potassium Science Conference, 25-27 January 2017, Rome, Italy.

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