Background Papers

The following compilation of papers describes important aspects of the development of the Wheat Industry in South Australia and has been used in preparation of the wheat section:

Papers

Callaghan, 1970s. ‘100 Years of Growing Wheat in South Australia”. Department of Agriculture South Australia.

2010, Flour Milling in South Australia

Harcus, W. 1886. South Australian Agriculture 1886, It’s History, Resources and Productions, Chapt XI, Pastoral Pursuits pp 55-73. Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, Fleet Street, London.

Harcus, W. 1886. South Australian Agriculture 1886, It’s History, Resources and Productions, The Land and its Occupation pp 351-363. Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, Fleet Street, London.

Harcus, W. 1886. South Australian Agriculture 1886, It’s History, Resources and Productions, Staple Products. pp 370-374. Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, Fleet Street, London.

1990’s, Wheat Growing in South Australia. Australian Wheat Board, South Australia.

Necessity Was The Mother Of Invention In South Australia’s Wheat Industry. Historical notes prepared by the Australian Wheat Board.

References

Ophel-Keller, Kathy. Et Al. 1980, Development of a Routine DNA-based Testing Service for Soilborne Diseases in Australia. Article, Australian Plant Pathology Society 2008, V. 37. P. 243-253.

Wallwork, Hugh. 2007. The Role of Minimum Disease Resistance Standards for Control of Cereal Diseases. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, V. 58, P. 588-592.

Watson, I.A., Butler, F.C., 1984, Wheat Rust Control in Australia. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Prest, Wilfrid. Kerrie, Round. Fort, Carol. 2001, The Wakefield Companion to South Australian History. Chapters, Agriculture. Page 32. Wheat. Page 583. Wakefield Press. Kent Town, South Australia.

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