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...
•Since Ancient Egypt salinity  impacts have been noted •5.3% of Australia naturally saline •Dryland salinity affects 2.5M Ha (15000Ha identified in Qld) •Expanding by 3-5%/year
Please open the Newsletter and have a good read about the most recent workshops the CQ BestPrac Group has run in conjunction with Grazing BestPrac and CHRRUP in the central Queensland region. I have also listed the latest activities which Grazing BestPrac is involved with across...
Report based on a study tour of sites near Bollon, Cunnamulla, Eulo, Toompine, Quilpie, and Mitchell 6–9 June 1994 A. J. Koch, Drought and Rural Development, DPI; W. J. Bryant, J. G. Herbert, A. D. Muller, and H. J. Gray Resource Management, DNR (South Region)...
The files in this collection were compiled by Peter Johnston as part of South West NRM’s Historical Research Collaboration Project Mulga Lands Information Hub project. The files and the information contained within them are not necessarily the sole work of Peter Johnston....
Final Report for LWRRDC Project QPI03 Peter Johnston May 1996 Charleville Pastoral Laboratory
These documents are the information recorded when experienced producers were asked to describe the management of beef properties for sustainable production. Sustainability was defined as management which would optimise production  with minimal degradation of the natural...
Cyanobacteria-dominated soil crusts are a significant component of Australian arid and semi-arid landscapes. Morphogenetic adaptation has enabled cyanobacteria to respond to both short and long term changes within their environment. During drought, at our study site in south-...

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