Soil conservation

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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…
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This new publication, Gully erosion—Options for prevention and rehabilitation published by Burnett Mary Regional Group for Natural Resource Management, provides a step-by-step photo-guide of how different types of gully erosion…
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The Rehabilitation of degraded land to increase soil carbon storage in Northwest Queensland project trialed and demonstrated innovative on-farm practices that may lead to increased  sequestration of carbon in…
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The Recovery of the water cycle on grazing lands – cumulative impacts of changing pasture condition on retention of water, sediment and nutrients on Burdekin hillslopes project looked…
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The area being regenerated was eroded early in the 1970s as a result of overgrazing, causing the loss of topsoil and the formation of a small gully. The…
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Dan and Emma Jane Burnham, graziers at Stonehaven near Thangool in Queensland, have been busy managing and minimising soil erosion on their property. Watch and see how they…
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This publication set contains the latest edition of the Soil Conservation Guidelines for Queensland. These guidelines have been created to provide practical information and tools for anyone with…
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