Lindsay Bell
Lindsay Bell
CSIRO Agriculture
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APSIM–evolution towards a new generation of agricultural systems simulation
DP Holzworth, NI Huth, PG deVoil, EJ Zurcher, NI Herrmann, G McLean, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 62, 327-350, 2014
Increased food and ecosystem security via perennial grains
JD Glover, JP Reganold, LW Bell, J Borevitz, EC Brummer, ES Buckler, ...
Science 328 (5986), 1638-1639, 2010
Integrated crop–livestock systems in Australian agriculture: Trends, drivers and implications
LW Bell, AD Moore
Agricultural Systems 111, 1-12, 2012
Evolution in crop–livestock integration systems that improve farm productivity and environmental performance in Australia
LW Bell, AD Moore, JA Kirkegaard
European Journal of Agronomy 57, 10-20, 2014
Prospects for ecological intensification of Australian agriculture
Z Hochman, PS Carberry, MJ Robertson, DS Gaydon, LW Bell, ...
European Journal of Agronomy 44, 109-123, 2013
Impacts of soil damage by grazing livestock on crop productivity
LW Bell, JA Kirkegaard, A Swan, JR Hunt, NI Huth, NA Fettell
Soil and Tillage Research 113 (1), 19-29, 2011
Feed gaps in mixed-farming systems: insights from the Grain & Graze program
AD Moore, LW Bell, DK Revell
Animal Production Science 49 (10), 736-748, 2009
A preliminary whole-farm economic analysis of perennial wheat in an Australian dryland farming system
LW Bell, F Byrne, MA Ewing, LJ Wade
Agricultural Systems 96 (1-3), 166-174, 2008
Soil profile carbon and nutrient stocks under long-term conventional and organic crop and alfalfa-crop rotations and re-established grassland
LW Bell, B Sparling, M Tenuta, MH Entz
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 158, 156-163, 2012
Optimising grain yield and grazing potential of crops across Australia’s high-rainfall zone: a simulation analysis. 1. Wheat
LW Bell, JM Lilley, JR Hunt, JA Kirkegaard
Crop and Pasture Science 66 (4), 332-348, 2015
Perennial wheat: a review of environmental and agronomic prospects for development in Australia
LW Bell, LJ Wade, MA Ewing
Crop and Pasture Science 61 (9), 679-690, 2010
Boosting the productivity and profitability of northern Australian beef enterprises: exploring innovation options using simulation modelling and systems analysis
A Ash, L Hunt, C McDonald, J Scanlan, L Bell, R Cowley, I Watson, ...
Agricultural Systems 139, 50-65, 2015
Optimising grain yield and grazing potential of crops across Australia’s high-rainfall zone: a simulation analysis. 2. Canola
JM Lilley, LW Bell, JA Kirkegaard
Crop and Pasture Science 66 (4), 349-364, 2015
Water relations and adaptations to increasing water deficit in three perennial legumes, Medicago sativa, Dorycnium hirsutum and Dorycnium rectum
LW Bell, AH Williams, MH Ryan, MA Ewing
Plant and soil 290 (1-2), 231-243, 2007
Approaches for assessing some attributes of feed-base systems in mixed farming enterprises
LW Bell, MJ Robertson, DK Revell, JM Lilley, AD Moore
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 48 (7), 789-798, 2008
Opportunities and challenges in Australian grasslands: pathways to achieve future sustainability and productivity imperatives
LW Bell, RC Hayes, KG Pembleton, CM Waters
Crop and Pasture Science 65 (6), 489-507, 2014
Dual-purpose use of winter wheat in western China: cutting time and nitrogen application effects on phenology, forage production, and grain yield
LH Tian, LW Bell, YY Shen, JPM Whish
Crop and Pasture Science 63 (6), 520-528, 2012
Whole-farm effects of livestock intensification in smallholder systems in Gansu, China
AM Komarek, CK McDonald, LW Bell, JPM Whish, MJ Robertson, ...
Agricultural Systems 109, 16-24, 2012
The potential of herbaceous native Australian legumes as grain crops: a review
LW Bell, RG Bennett, MH Ryan, H Clarke
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 72-91, 2011
Relative growth rate, resource allocation and root morphology in the perennial legumes, Medicago sativa, Dorycnium rectum and D. hirsutum grown under …
LW Bell
Plant and Soil 270 (1), 199-211, 2005
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