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Alexander, Kim S., Greenhalgh, Garry, Moglia, Magnus, Thephavanh, Manithaythip, Sinavong, Phonevilay, Larson, Silva, Jovanovic, Tom, and Case, Peter (2020) What is technology adoption? Exploring the agricultural research value chain for smallholder farmers in Lao PDR. Agriculture and Human Values, 37. pp. 17-32.

Alexander, Kim S., Parry, Lucy, Thammavong, Phomma, Sackloham, Silinthone, Pasouvang, Somphanh, Connell, John G., Jovanovic, Tom, Moglia, Magnus, Larson, Silva, and Case, Peter (2018) Rice farming systems in Southern Lao PDR: interpreting farmers' agricultural production decisions using Q methodology. Agricultural Systems, 160. pp. 1-10.

Alexander, Kim, Case, Peter, Jones, Michael, and Connell, John (2017) Commercialising smallholder agricultural production in Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Development in Practice, 27 (7). pp. 965-980.

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Calvert, Brendan, Olsen, Alex, Philippa, Bronson, and Rahimi Azghadi, Mostafa (2019) Autoweed: detecting Harrisia cactus in the Goondiwindi region for selective spot-spraying. In: https://www.wsq.org.au/downloads/2019-pest-animal-and-weed-symposium-proceedings/. pp. 52-57. From: PAWS 2019: 1st Queensland Pest Animal and Weed Symposium, 20-23 May 2019, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

Coates, Trevor W., Flesch, Thomas K., McGinn, Sean M., Charmley, Ed, and Chen, Deli (2017) Evaluating an eddy covariance technique to estimate point-source emissions and its potential application to grazing cattle. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 234-235. pp. 164-171.

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Greenhalgh, Garry, Alexander, Kim S., Larson, Silva, Thammavong, Phommath, Sacklokham, Silinthone, Thephavanh, Manithaythip, Sinavong, Phonevilay, Moglia, Magnus, Perez, Pascal, and Case, Peter (2019) Transdisciplinary agricultural research in Lao PDR. Journal of Rural Studies, 72. pp. 216-227.

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Larson, Silva, (Giger)-Dray, Anne, Corlioney, Tina, Thephavanh, Manithaythip, Thammavong, Phommath, Vorlasan, Sisavan, Connell, John G., Moglia, Magnus, Case, Peter, Alexander, Kim S., and Perez, Pascal (2020) A game-based approach to exploring gender differences in smallholder decisions to change farming practices: white rice production in Laos. Sustainability, 12 (16). 6594.

Lammie, Corey, Olsen, Alex, Carrick, Tony, and Rahimi Azghadi, Mostafa (2019) Low-power and high-speed deep FPGA inference engines for weed classification at the edge. IEEE Access, 7. pp. 51171-51184.

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Moglia, Magnus, Alexander, Kim S., Larson, Silva, (Giger)-Dray, Anne, Greenhalgh, Garry, Thammavong, Phommath, Thephavanh, Manithaythip, and Case, Peter (2020) Gendered roles in agrarian transition: a study of lowland rice farming in Lao PDR. Sustainability, 12 (13). 5403.

Moglia, Magnus, Alexander, Kim S., Thephavanh, Manithaythip, Thammavong, Phomma, Sodahak, Viengkham, Khounsy, Bountom, Vorlasan, Sysavanh, Larson, Silva, Connell, John, and Case, Peter (2018) A Bayesian network model to explore practice change by smallholder rice farmers in Lao PDR. Agricultural Systems, 164. pp. 84-94.

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Thorburn, P.J., Biggs, J.S., Skocaj, D., Schroeder, B.L., Sexton, J., and Everingham, Y. (2018) Crop size and sugarcane nitrogen fertiliser requirements: Is there a link? In: Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists (40) pp. 210-218. From: ASSCT 2018: 40th Annual Conference of the Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists, 17-20 April 2018, Mackay, QLD, Australia.

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Wang, E., Attard, S., Linton, A., McGlinchey, M., Xiang, W., Philippa, B., and Everingham, Y. (2020) Development of a closed-loop irrigation system for sugarcane farms using the Internet of Things. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 172. 105376.

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