Staff Profile

Associate Professor

George Hill

RD VRD JP BSc (Agric)(Hons) MSc(Agric) FASNZ CPAg

George Hill

Contact Details

Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Location FSC 010
Phone +64 3 4230710
Extension 30710
Email George.Hill@lincoln.ac.nz
 

Currently Teaching

PLSC 024 - Plant Husbandry
PLSC 104 - Plant Science I
PLSC 320 - Crop Science
PLSC 071 - Annual Crop Production

Weed control to BIOS 021, PLSC 074, PLPT 203 and PLPT 326. PLSC 410 and PLSC 601 at postgraduate level.

Subject examiner for PLSC 024PLSC 071PLSC 104.

Examiner for PLSC 607 Tropical Agronomy.

 

Academic and Professional Background

  • Past President, Fellow and Council Member of the Agronomy Society of New Zealand
  • CPAg of the AIAST and NZIAS
  • Board Member and Secretary/Treasurer of the International Lupin Association
  • Member of the Editorial Board, New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Research, Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research
  • Technical Editor (Crops), Communications in Biometry and Crop Science
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    Current Research and Publications / Selected Publications

    Agronomy and use of legumes and their use as forage for ruminant animals and a protein source for monogastric animals.


    Mihailovic, V, Hill, G D, Lazarevic, B, Eickmeyer, F, Mikic, A, Krstic, D & Dugalic, G. Performance of blue lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.) cultivars on a pseudogley in Serbia. Proceedings of the 12th International Lupin Conference, 14-18 September, Fremantle, Western Australia 51-54, 2008.

    Mihailovic, V, Hill, G D, Mikic, A, Cupina, B & Vasiljevic, S. White lupin as a forage crop on alkaline soils. Proceedings of the 12th International Lupin Conference, 14-18 September, Fremantle, Western Australia 79-82, 2008.

    McKenzie, B A, Andrews, M, Hill, G D. Nutrient and irrigation management. In: Yadav SS, McNeil DL, Stevenson PC (eds) Lentil: An Ancient Crop for Modern Times, The Netherlands, Springer. Chapter 9: 145-158, 2007.

    McNeill, D L, Hill, G D, Materne, M & McKenzie, B A. Global production and world trade. In: Yadav SS, McNeil DL, Stevenson PC (eds) Lentil: An Ancient Crop for Modern Times, The Netherlands, Springer. Chapter 6: 95-105, 2007.

    Sixtus, C R, Scott, R, Hill, G D. The phenology of Cydia succedana on gorse in Canterbury. New Zealand Plant Protection Society (Inc.), Napier War Memorial and Convention Centre, 13-16 August, 146-151, 2007. 

    Hill, G D. The use of lupin seed in human and animal diets - revisted. In: E. van Santen, G.D. Hill(ed.) Proceedings of the 11th International Lupin Conference, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, 4-9 May 2005. 252-266, 2006.

    McKenzie, B A, Edwards, G & Hill, G D. Are New Zealand cereal, arable and pastoral rotations sustainable? Aspects of Applied Biology 80: 29-41, 2006.

    Milhailovic, V, Cupina, B, Mikic, A, Hill, G D, Swiecicki, W, Jones, R & Eikmeyer, F. Grain yield components of white lupin (Lupinus albus) genotypes grown on a chernozem soil in Serbia.  In: E. van Santen, G.D. Hill (ed.) Proceedings of the 11th International Lupin Conference, Guadalajara, Mexico, 4-9 May 2005. 99-101, 2006.

    Sixtus, C R, Scott, E R & Hill, G D. Infestation of gorse pods by Cydia ulicetana and Exapion ulicis in the South Island of New Zealand. Plant Protection Quarterly 21: (1): 39-42, 2006.
     

     

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