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Article

Brown, M. (2017) Grazing BMP-encouraging management changes in the grazing business. Rural Extension and Innovation Systems Journal, 13 (2). pp. 131-134.

Cobon, D.H., Stone, G.S., Carter, J.O., Scanlan, J.C., Toombs, N.R., Zhang, X.K., Willcocks, J. and McKeon, G.M. (2009) The climate change risk management matrix for the grazing industry of northern Australia. Rangeland Journal, 31 (1). pp. 31-49.

Eames, H. and Collins, R. (2017) Grains best management practices: Delivering productivity and sustainability outcomes for the central Queensland grains industry. Rural Extension and Innovation Systems Journal, 13 (2). pp. 121-126.

George, D.A., Keogh, D.U., Buckley, D. and Mavi, H. (2003) Theoretical framework for applied climate education: 3. Evaluating applied climate research, development and extension processes and their outcomes in agriculture. Rainman StreamFlow version 4.3: a comprehensive climate and streamflow analysis package on CD to assess seasonal forecasts and manage climate risk. (QI03040) . pp. 1-26.

Goyne, P.J. and McIntyre, G.T. (2003) Stretching water - Queensland’s water use efficiency cotton and grains adoption program. Water Science and Technology, 48 (7). pp. 191-196.

Holborn, S. and Pearce, W. (2013) Turf for erosion and sediment control - construction of an Australian national demonstration facility. International Turfgrass Society Research Journal, 12 .

James, J. (2017) When a virtual success is a real failure: Learning from the enabling change and innovation webinar series. Rural Extension and Innovation Systems Journal, 13 (2). pp. 176-180.

Keogh, D.U., Bell, K.L., Park, J.N. and Cobon, D.H. (2004) Formative evaluation to benchmark and improve climate-based decision support for graziers in Western Queelsland. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 44 (3). pp. 233-246.

Klepper, K., Cox, H., Dowling, C. and White, J. (2017) Utilising learning theory to focus nutrition extension activity. Rural Extension and Innovation Systems Journal, 13 (2). pp. 112-116.

Lloyd, D.L., O'Brien, S.M., Johnson, B. and Lawrence, D.N. (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.

Miah, S.J., Kerr, D., Gammack, J. and Cowan, T. (2008) A generic design environment for the rural industry knowledge acquisition. Knowledge-Based Systems, 21 (8). pp. 892-899.

Moravek, T., Nelson, B., Anderson, A. and Reid, D. (2017) Quantifying the effectiveness of extension delivery methods on practice change-the experience of the Grazing BMP extension support project. Rural Extension and Innovation Systems Journal, 13 (2). pp. 70-75.

Mulo, S., Jenkins, I. and O'Hare, P. (2016) Development of video-based extension materials for decision-making and practice change in the Australian macadamia industry. Acta Horticulturae, 1126 . pp. 173-177.

Monograph

Beutel, T.S., Karfs, R.A., Bull, A.L., Peel, L. and Wallace, J.F. (2004) VegMachine - putting pastoralists in the picture. Other. Department of Primary Industries & Fisheries. (Unpublished)

Coutts, B., Jones, R., Kehoe, M., Persley, D. and McMichael, L. (2012) Developing and communicating strategies for controlling virus diseases in vegetable cucurbit crops. Project Report. Horticulture Australia.

Hall, T. J. (2011) Investigating grazing management systems in northern Australia Volume 1. Project Report. Meat & Livestock Australia Limited.

Henderson, C. (2011) Driving better vegetable irrigation through profitable practice change. Project Report. Queensland Government.

Lawrence, D. (2012) Participatory adaptation and mitigation strategies for climate change on mixed farms. Project Report. Grains Research & Development Corporation.

Phelps, D. (2014) A guide to the process of Mitchell grass recovery. Project Report. Meat & Livestock Australia Limited.

Sallur, N. (2013) Making More from Sheep Phase II : MMfS State Coordination – Queensland. Project Report. Meat & Livestock Australia Limited.

Smith, M. (2011) ACIAR Improving soil health in support of sustainable development in the Pacific. Project Report. ACIAR.

Weir, D. (2012) Delivering Regional Extension Cotton/Grains Farming Systems on the Darling Downs and Border Rivers. Project Report. Cotton Catchment Communities CRC.

Conference or Workshop Item

Alison, A., Maclean, A., Phelps, D., Burrows, A., Paterson, K. and McLaughlin, J. (2019) E-Beef Smart Farming in Northern Queensland – improving pasture and business sustainability through adoption of the latest tools and technologies. In: Proceedings of the Northern Beef Research Update Conference, 19-22 August 2019, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Bullen, K. and Woods, E. J. (1999) Do farmers adopt new management strategies developed by researchers? Do researchers communicate their results effectively? In: Proceedings of the 12th Australian Weeds Conference, 12-16 September 1999, Hobart.

Douglas, J. and Ward, J. (2019) Proposal for consideration: Increasing adoption through campdrafting. In: Proceedings of the Northern Beef Research Update Conference, 19-22 August 2019, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Gamage, H., Cameron, D. and Woods, E. J. (2003) Developing a research framework for understanding the social realities, with special reference to Sri Lankan entrepreneurs. In: 14th International Farm Management Association Congress 2003: Farming at the Edge, 10-15 August 2003, Perth, Australia.

Gamage, H., Cameron, D. and Woods, E. J. (2003) Sri Lankan Entrepreneurs Use Socio-Cultural Values to Manage Risk. In: First International Conference on Business Management in Developing Countries, 10 December 2003, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

March, N., Vogler, W. and Dhileepan, K. (2017) Advancing prickly acacia management through the war on Western Weeds Initiative. In: 14th Queensland Weed Symposium, Port Douglas.

Marshall, D., Gentle, M. and Alter, T. (2017) Integrating ecological research and human dimensions: improving feral pig managment by fostering innovative community engagement. In: 17th Australasian vertebrate pest conference, Canberra.

Moir, E. (2019) Extension activities to improve technology use on farm. In: Proceedings of the Northern Beef Research Update Conference, 19-22 August 2019, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Sallur, N., Ward, J. and Bath, G. (2019) FutureBeef: northern beef industry collaboration. In: Proceedings of the Northern Beef Research Update Conference, 19-22 August 2019, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Singgih, S. and Woods, E. J. (2003) Banana Supply Chains in Indonesia and Australia: Surviving isolation from end markets. In: 14th International Farm Management Association Congress 2003: Farming at the Edge, 10-15 August 2003, Perth, Australia.

Ward, J. and Sallur, N. (2019) The role of FutureBeef in marketing and extension. In: Proceedings of the Northern Beef Research Update Conference, 19-22 August 2019, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Wei, S., Woods, E. J., Adar, D., Maria, B. and Serman, N. (2001) Taste panel analysis of mandarin in Indonesia. In: 11th Annual World Food and Agribusiness Forum and Symposium: Integrity-the weakest link in the global food chain, 25-28 June 2001, Sydney, Australia.

Wei, S., Woods, E. J., Adar, D. and Singgih, S. (2001) West Timor Mandarin Marketing Case Study—Implications for Supply-chain Management in Developing Countries. In: Postharvest Handling of Fresh Vegetables. Proceedings of a workshop, 9–11 May 2001, Beijing, China.

Woods, E. J. (2001) Research and Development Investment into Organics. In: National Organics Conference 2001.

Book

Bowen, M.K. and Hopkins, K. (2016) Report on extension activities for project ‘High-output forage systems for meeting beef markets – Phase 2’. Project B.NBP.0636 . Meat and Livestock Australia, Sydney.

Farr, M., Eagle, L., Hay, R. and Churchill, M. (2017) Questionnaire Design, Sampling Strategy and Preliminary Findings: The Wet Tropics region Questionnaire Design, Sampling Strategy and Preliminary Findings The Wet Tropics region. James Cook University, 112 pages.

Other

Maas, S. (2011) Delivering Regional Extension in Qld Farming Systems - Central Queensland. Cotton Catchment Communities CRC.

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