Improved pastures: Publications and books

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Leucaena is highly responsive to fertiliser when available soil nutrient levels are low. So how do you tell? Plant tissue testing is the best way to determine if…
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Stylos are a highly variable group of legumes of the genus Stylosanthes. Known for their nitrogen fixing abilities and high nutrient quality, they are highly valued in grazed…
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‘Pasture dieback: past activities and current situation across Queensland (2017)’ describes the current situation of pasture dieback across Queensland, specifically areas, locations and grass species impacted, climate, geographical…
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Pastures for protection & production describes how planting pastures on marginal cropping lands can protect the catchments of the Murray Darling in southern Queensland.

The aim of this book is to provide information and knowledge on sown and native pasture systems in a form readily accessible to Mackay Whitsunday region’s graziers and land managers.

This guide is based on the very successful Leucaena for profit and sustainability training courses run by the University of Queensland, and pulls together 20 years of research experience…
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This guide brings together information on: the selection, agronomy and management of suitable forages indicative forage yields at key sites across the Fitzroy River catchment expected content of…
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The Butterfly pea book: a guide to establishing and managing butterfly pea pastures in Central Queensland. This book contains accumulated knowledge and practical experience as well as results…
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