Biological Agriculture & Horticulture (fwd)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Sun, 6 Jul 1997 09:09:31 +0000
From: pharris@hdra.org.uk
To: ecol-agric@mailbase.ac.uk
Subject: Biological Agriculture & Horticulture

Biological Agriculture & Horticulture is an international journal for 
sustainable production systems published by ,and obtainable from:

AB Academic Publishers, P.O. Box 42, Bicester, Oxon OX6 7NW, U.K.

Volumes 14(1) and 14(2) have recently been published with the 
following contents:

Volume 14(1)

Effects of stockpiled and composted manures on germination and 
initial growth of cress (Lepidium sativum).  T. Pare et al.

Diversity of personal and enterprise characteristics among organic 
growers in the northeastern United States.  William Lockeretz.

Expected crop yield loss when converting to organic dairy farming in 
Denmark.  N. Halberg and I. Sillebak Kristensen.

The ability of barley to compete with weeds.  Hans Doll.

Methodological issues in comparative agro-economic on-farm research 
assessments of organic versus conventional farming techniques.  E. 
van der Werf et al.

Effect of food plants on the numerical response of Diaretiella rapae 
(McIntosh) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), a parasitoid of Lipaphis 
erysimi Kalt. (Hemiptera: Aphididae).  Amar N. Shukla et al.

Volume 14 (2)

Mulching effects on erosion of soil beds and on yield of autumn and 
spring planted vegetables.  V.M. Russo et al.

Introduction of annual forage species (Secale cereale L. and Lolium 
multiflorum Lam.) into permanent swards:  A technique to improve 
early season herbage production and nitrogen uptake.  Alan Hopkins et 

Impact of nitrogen and organic manures on yield, botanical composition 
and herbage quality of two contrasting grassland field margins.  D. 
Jones and R. Haggar.

Quantifying total, N and non-N related crop rotation effects 
withough N15.  C.W. Honeycutt.

A comparative analysis of the effects of organic and conventional 
farming systems on soil structure.  Romy Gerhardt.

Alleyway groundcover management impacts on soil, pests and yield 
components in blackcurrants (Ribes nigrum L.)  H. Lindhard Pedersen.

Editorial correspondence and manuscripts for publication should be 
sent to:

Prof. P.J.C. Harris, Editor, Biological Agriculture & Horticulture, 
School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, Coventry University, 
Priory Street, Coventry CV1 5FB, U.K.
          Dr Phil Harris Head of International Research          

Henry Doubleday Research Association   Tel: 01023 308200 (direct)
Ryton-on-Dunsmore                      Tel: 01203 303517 (sboard)
Coventry CV8 3LG  UK                   Fax: 01203 639229