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Zull, A. F., Owens, J., Bourgault, M., Johnson, B., Peck, G. and Christodoulou, N. (2017) Mixed farming diversification may be costly: southern Queensland case study. Crop and Pasture Science, 68 (4). pp. 378-389.

Lloyd, D.L., O'Brien, S.M., Johnson, B. and Lawrence, D. (2009) Action learning in partnership with Landcare and catchment management groups to support increased pasture sowings in southern inland Queensland. Animal Production Science, 49 (9-10). pp. 907-915.

Lloyd, D.L., Johnson, B. and O'Brien, S. (2007) Sown pasture grasses and legumes for marginal cropping lands in southern inland Queensland. Tropical Grasslands, 41 (3). pp. 164-173.

Bell, L.W., Lloyd, D.L., Bell, K. L., Johnson, B. and Teasdale, K.C. (2003) First year seed softening in three Hedysarum spp. in southern Queensland. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 43 (11). pp. 1303-1310.

Lloyd, D.L., Johnson, B., Teasdale, K.C. and O'Brien, S.M. (2001) Lucerne for dryland farming systems in the Queensland subtropics. Science and Technology: Delivering Results for Agriculture? Proceedings of the 10th Agronomy Conference Hobart, Tasmania .

Lloyd, D.L., Johnson, B., Teasdale, K.C. and O'Brien, S.M. (2001) Lucerne for dryland farming systems in the subtropics. 10th Australian Agronomy Conference, 28 January-1 February 2001, Hobart Tasmania .

Lloyd, D.L., Taylor, G.B., Johnson, B. and Teasdale, K.C. (1997) Patterns of seed softening and seedling emergence of nineteen annual medics during three years after a single seed crop in southern Queensland. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 37 (3). pp. 767-778. ISSN 0816-1089

Conference or Workshop Item

Peck, G., Johnson, B., O'Reagain, J., Buck, S. R. and Kedzlie, G. (2016) Better agronomy improves the reliability of establishing legumes into existing grass pastures. In: Proceedings of the Northern Beef Research Update Conference, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia.

Buck, S. R., Johnson, B., O'Reagain, J., Peck, G. and Mace, G. (2016) Graziers: Legumes are the best option to address sown pasture rundown. In: Proceedings of the Northern Beef Research Update Conference, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia.

Peck, G., Johnson, B., O'Reagain, J., Kedzlie, G. and Buck, S. R. (2016) Increasing seeding rate does not improve legume establishment in undisturbed buffel grass pasture. In: Proceedings of the Northern Beef Research Update Conference, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia.

Peck, G., Johnson, B., O'Reagain, J., Buck, S. R. and Kedzlie, G. (2016) Phosphorus fertilizer offers a huge opportunity to increase productivity and profitability of sown pastures in northern Australia. In: Proceedings of the Northern Beef Research Update Conference, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia.

Peck, G., Johnson, B., Kedzlie, G., Taylor, B., O'Reagain, J., Buck, S. R. and Mace, G. (2015) Improving the reliability of establishing legumes into grass pastures in the sub-tropics. In: 17th Australian Agronomy Conference, 20-24 September 2015, Hobart, Tasmania.

O'Reagain, J., Johnson, B., Lawrence, D., Peck, G., Kedzlie, G., Taylor, B., O'Connor, R., Buck, S. R., Argent, S. and Mace, G. (2015) Medics in southern Queensland: Effects of sowing method, weed control and phosphorus application on plant population and biomass. In: 17th Australian Agronomy Conference, 20-24 September 2015, Hobart, Tasmania.

Lawrence, D., Buck, S. R., Chudleigh, F., Johnson, B. and Peck, G. (2015) Nitrogen fertiliser may pay on tropical grass pastures. In: 17th Australian Agronomy Conference, 20-24 September 2015, Hobart, Tasmania.

Peck, G., Johnson, B., Lawrence, D., Buck, S. R., Kedzlie, G., O'Connor, R. and Taylor, D. (2013) Managing 'rundown' in grass pastures. In: Northern Australia Beef Research Update Conference. 12-15 August 2013, Cairns.

Lloyd, D., de Koning, C., Hughes, S., Johnson, B. and McLachlan, D. (2003) A new temperate forage legume with great potential - breeding new cultivars of Hedysarum. In: "Solutions for a better environment". Proceedings of the 11th Australian Agronomy Conference, 2-6 Feb. 2003,, Deakin University,Geelong, Victoria.

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