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Author: Kirkham, JM (Mr James Kirkham)

Number of items: 8

Journal Article
Kirkham, JM and Smith, CJ and Doyle, RB and Brown, PH, Inverse modelling for predicting both water and nitrate movement in a structured-clay soil (Red Ferrosol), PeerJ, 6 Article e6002. ISSN 2167-8359 (2019) [Refereed Article]
Kirkham, JM and Rowe, BA and Doyle, RB, Persistent improvements in the structure and hydraulic conductivity of a Ferrosol due to liming, Australian Journal of Soil Research, 45, (3) pp. 218-233. ISSN 0004-9573 (2007) [Refereed Article] 
Conference Publication
Kirkham, JM, Effects of soil nitrogen supply on tuberizaton and tuber development in plants grown from mini-tubers, Proceedings of the 17th Triennial Conference of the European Association for Potao Research (EAPR) Conference, 6-10 July 08, Brasov, Romania, 6-10 July (2008) [Conference Extract] 
Kirkham, JM and Doyle, RB and Brown, PH, Soil profile nitrate manipuplation to increase mass of seed potatoes grown from minitubers, Proceedings of the Joint Soils Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Societies of Soil Science, 1-5 December 2008, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand (2008) [Conference Extract] 
Kirkham, JM and Rowe, BA and Doyle, RB, Persistent Improvements in Structure and Hydraulic Conductivity of a Ferrosol Due to Liming, Proceedings of the ASSSI ASPAC-ACMS National Soils Conference, 3-7 Decmeber 2006, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, pp. Page 20. (2006) [Conference Extract] 
Contract Report, Consultant's Report
Brown, PH and Kirkham, JM, Increasing G1 Potato Seed Yields, Horticulture Australia Limited, PT06011 Final (2009) [Contract Report] 
Kirkham, JM, Travel Report : Postgraduate Student Attendance at the Joint Australian and New Zealand Soils Conference , Australian Society of Soil Science Inc (2008) [Contract Report] 
Kirkham, JM, Manipulation of soil nitrogen to increase efficiency of minituber seed production in Tasmania (2010) [PhD] 

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