Land types and photo standards

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Photo standards and corresponding pasture yields for pasture communities in the Einsleigh Uplands and Wet Tropics region of Queensland, including: alluvial; basalt; black speargrass; bluegrass, wiregrass; buffel grass; buffel regrowth; downs country; eucalypt woodlands; eucalyptus box and stylo; etc.

Photo standards and corresponding pasture yields for pasture communities in the Gulf Plains, including: alluvial; basalt; black speargrass; bluegrass, wiregrass; buffel grass; buffel regrowth; downs country; eucalypt woodlands; eucalyptus box and stylo; eucalyptus box; Indian couch; lancewood, bendee, rosewood and spotted gum; etc.

Photo standards and corresponding pasture yields for pasture communities in Cape York Peninsula: alluvial; black speargrass; bluegrass, wiregrass; eucalypt woodlands.

Pasture photo standards are an essential grazing land management tool. They will help you develop pasture budgets and dry season business management plans. There are photo standards and corresponding pasture yields for many of Queensland’s common pasture communities.

Definitions of terms used in the descriptions of land types in Queensland, including a link to the Regional Ecosystem Description Database.

Land types enable grazing land managers to describe the characteristics, capabilities and limitations of their land in producing useful forage.

To view the description for a specific land type within the Southeast, click on the land type below: Coastal grass, sedge and herb swamp Coastal riverine wetland Coastal…
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To view the description for a specific land type within the Mary region of Queensland, click on the land type below: Coastal grass, sedge and herb swamp Coastal…
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To view the description for a specific land type within the Moreton region of Queensland, click on the land type or plant index below: All Moreton region land…
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Grazing land management land type descriptions and plant index for the coastal Burnett region of Queensland.