Agnotes, technotes and technical bulletins

The Department of Primary Industry and Resources produces and makes available the following kinds of primary industry-related publications:

Most publications can be found by searching the online publications library and downloaded for free.

They can also be ordered from the department for a fee - see address below.

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Agnotes are written to relay a specific point or recommend practices to the public and industry eg control of an aquatic pest or disease, aquaculture practices and fishing.

They are generally one to 10 pages in length and can be downloaded or ordered for no cost - see address below.

Technotes are written for the interest, distribution and circulation to those in a similar field of  agriculture, horticulture or pastoral industries.

They usually report preliminary results of experiments, interesting facets of experiments or results obtained from a specific experiment. They require a certain level of scientific knowledge in order to be useful.

They are generally one to 10 pages in length and can be downloaded or ordered for no cost.

Technical bulletins look similar to agnotes.

They are written to communicate a package of technical and/or scientific information which covers more than one concept.

Although directed at a scientific audience, the reports are written so as to be easily understood by the general public.

Cost: $11.40 unless marked otherwise.

Most publications can be found by searching the online publications library and downloaded for free.

They can also be ordered from the department for a fee.

Contact:

Technical Publications
Email: technical.publications@nt.gov.au
Telephone: (08) 8999 2313
Fax: (08) 8999 2307

You can also visit the publications office at Berrimah Farm.

John England building
29 Makagon Road, Berrimah.
Take the first road on the left after you come in the main gate off Makagon Rd.

Last updated: 23 September 2019

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