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Infusing the use of seasonal climate forecasting into crop management practice in North East Australia using discussion support software

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  • Nelson, R. A.
  • Holzworth, D. P.
  • Hammer, G. L.
  • Hayman, P. T.

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  • Nelson, R. A. & Holzworth, D. P. & Hammer, G. L. & Hayman, P. T., 2002. "Infusing the use of seasonal climate forecasting into crop management practice in North East Australia using discussion support software," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 74(3), pages 393-414, December.
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