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    1. Hirth, JR; Haines, PJ; Ridley, AM; Wilson, KF
      Lucerne in crop rotations on the Riverine Plains 2. Biomass and grain yields, water use efficiency, soil nitrogen, and profitability

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    2. Armstrong, RD; McCosker, K; Johnson, SB; Walsh, KB; Millar, G; Kuskopf, B; Standley, J; Probert, ME
      Legume and opportunity cropping systems in central Queensland. 1. Legume growth, nitrogen fixation, and water use

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    3. BOWMAN AM; HEBB DM; MUNNICH DJ; BROCKWELL J
      RHIZOBIUM AS A FACTOR IN THE REESTABLISHMENT OF LEGUME-BASED PASTURESON CLAY SOILS OF THE WHEAT-BELT OF NORTH-WESTERN NEW-SOUTH-WALES

      Australian journal of experimental agriculture
    4. CHALK PM
      DYNAMICS OF BIOLOGICALLY FIXED N IN LEGUME-CEREAL ROTATIONS - A REVIEW

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    5. BECKIE HJ; BRANDT SA
      NITROGEN CONTRIBUTION OF FIELD PEA IN ANNUAL CROPPING SYSTEMS .1. NITROGEN RESIDUAL EFFECT

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    6. UNKOVICH MJ; PATE JS; SANFORD P
      NITROGEN-FIXATION BY ANNUAL LEGUMES IN AUSTRALIAN MEDITERRANEAN AGRICULTURE

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    7. SCHULTZ JE
      CROP PRODUCTION IN A ROTATION TRIAL AT TARLEE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

      Australian journal of experimental agriculture


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