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Fire is integral to many ecosystems in Western Australian rangelands. Controlled fire can reduce the risk of wild fire, benefit pasture productivity and contribute positively to biodiversity values. Uncontrolled fire is a…
Following are some short-term management options which provide financial rewards as well as preventing animal welfare problems during extended dry conditions. At a glance Regularly reassess carrying capacity Reduce stock numbers to…
Photo standards and corresponding pasture yields for pasture communities in the Southern Brigalow and New England Tablelands, including: alluvial; black speargrass; bluegrass, wiregrass; buffel grass; buffel regrowth; downs country; eucalypt woodlands; Maranoa Mitchell grass; narrow-leaved ironbark; etc.
Alluvial Basalt Buffel grass Buffel regrowth Eucalypt woodlands Eucalyptus box and stylo Eucalyptus box Narrow-leaved ironbark Purple pigeon grass South East Queensland black speargrass South East Queensland bluegrass, wiregrass South East Queensland…
Photo standards and corresponding pasture yields for pasture communities in the Mulga Lands, including: alluvial; bluegrass, wiregrass; buffel grass; buffel regrowth; downs country; eucalypt woodlands; eucalyptus box; lancewood, bendee, rosewood and spotted gum; Mitchell grass; mulga; silver-leaved ironbark, and; spinifex desert uplands.