Knowledge centre articles

Many producers are surprised to learn that they have been reading the weather forecast incorrectly. It can lead to misinterpretation, confusion, and disappointment when you do not receive the rain you thought…
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This recorded webinar is focused on supporting small landholders during times of drought and the subsequent recovery processes. In this session, join Geoff Neithe (veterinarian) when he discusses your obligations for Duty…
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This recorded webinar is focused on supporting small landholders during times of drought and the subsequent recovery processes. In this session, Tracy Longhurst (Senior Project Officer, Biosecurity Queensland) discusses your obligations for…
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This recorded webinar is focused on supporting small landholders during times of drought and the subsequent recovery processes. In this recording, Roger Sneath (Senior Beef Extension Officer, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries)…
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This recorded webinar is focused on supporting small landholders during times of drought and the subsequent recovery processes. In this presentation, Bruce Lord (Healthy Land and Water) discusses the factors relating to…
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This recorded webinar is focused on supporting small landholders during times of drought and the subsequent recovery processes. In this presentation, Damien O’Sullivan (Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Kingaroy) discusses: Climate variability…
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The purpose of waterponding is to slow water flow down and give it an opportunity to soak into the soil ─ plants can only utilise rainfall when it becomes available as soil…
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Take the worry out of navigating a pastoral lease The Australian outback is well known for its perilous nature and, people becoming lost on a pastoral lease pose significant risk to human…
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The infrastructure costs in providing communications to emerging AgTech devices are seen as prohibitive due to the extent of infrastructure needed to cover the size of properties across northern Australia. For many…
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Some of the important grasses found in the Kimberley that are often discussed include Mitchell grasses (Astrebla spp.), black spear grass (Heteropogon contortus), ribbon grass (Chrysopogon fallax), three-awn grasses (Aristida spp.) and…
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