The use of Acacia aneura F. Muell (mulga) for fodder purposes has been undertaken in south west Queensland for many decades.  This practice allows land managers to feed stock at times when native perennial grasses, or in some cases non indigenous grasses, are reduced or...
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This June 2001 document by Manda Page is a guide to the dynamics of vegetation within the mulga lands of Southwest Queensland and a guide to the management thereof.
This document was a landmark conference held at Gatton College in 1994 focusing on the mulga lands. There are papers dealing with fauna, vegetation management, pests, institutional arrangements and a range of other subjects. TABLE OF CONTENTS Plenary Speaker ECOLOGICALLY...
The November 2002 draft of the Mulga Lands Regional Vegetation Management plan.
The November 2002 draft of the Mulga Lands Regional Vegetation Management plan.
An article written by S.L. Everist on Mulga and its role in Queensland.
A thesis submitted by William Henry Burrows in September 1976 to the Australian National University.
The findings and a general report of a project into nature conservation in the mulga lands conducted by Dr. Rosemary Purdy in December 1986.

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