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Davis, R.I. and Lomavatu-Fong, M.F. and McMichael, L.A. and Ruabete, T.K. and Kumar, S. and Turaganivalu, U. (2005) Cucumber mosaic virus infection of kava (Piper methysticum) and implications for cultural control of kava dieback disease. Australasian Plant Pathology, 34 (3). pp. 377-384.


Jackson, K. and Kerr, J. and Kilpatrick, J. and Henderson, C. and Lovatt, J. (1997) Potato Information Kit. Agrilink, your growing guide to better farming guide. Manual. Agrilink Series QI96084. Department of Primary Industries, Queensland Horticulture Institute. Brisbane, Queensland.


Kidanemariam, Dawit B. and Sukal, Amit C. and Crew, Kathy and Jackson, Grahame V. H. and Abraham, Adane D. and Dale, James L. and Harding, Robert M. and James, Anthony P. (2018) Characterization of an Australian isolate of taro bacilliform virus and development of an infectious clone. Archives of Virology . ISSN 1432-8798

Kirchhof, G. (ed.) (2009) Soil fertility in sweetpotato-based cropping systems in the highlands of Papua New Guinea. Project Report. ACIAR.

Kopinski, J.S. and Kinh, L.V. and Ninh, P.H. and Burren, B. (2007) Digestible energy, starch and cyanide content of sun-dried cassava residue in Vietnam. In: Eleventh Biennial Conference of the Australasian Pig Science Association (APSA), 25-28 November 2007, Brisbane.


Rachaputi, Nageswararao. (2012) Agronomic Packages for Improved Yield and Quality in the Australian Peanut Industry. Project Report. Grains Research & Development Corporation.


Waramboi, J.G. and Dennien, S. and Gidley, M.J. and Sopade, P.A. (2011) Characterisation of sweetpotato from Papua New Guinea and Australia: Physicochemical, pasting and gelatinisation properties. Food Chemistry, 126 (4). pp. 1759-1770.

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