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The Northern Territory Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade (DITT) has offered free, on-station, Rangeland Management Courses for over 20 years. The aim of these courses is to…
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There are a number of weeds that cause problems in North Queensland grazing systems. This brochure is outlines common weeds on the Atherton Tablelands and can be used…
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Key messages: Gamba grass is a declared weed and must be controlled. When tall and rank, Gamba has little value for grazing and is a fire hazard. Rotational…
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This project aims to quantify the productivity and ecosystems services of silvopastoral systems (SPS), a dual management of livestock and trees as a pathway to became carbon neutral…
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Human-Induced Regeneration (HIR) projects encourage native vegetation regeneration and represent approximately 45% of all carbon credits issued by Australia’s Clean Energy Regulator to date. Native vegetation regeneration has…
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Giant rat’s tail grass (Sporobolus natalensis and S. pyramidalis) is part of the group of weedy Sporobolus grasses that also includes American rat’s tail grass (S. jacquemontii), Giant…
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Documenting some of the changes made by landholders is a component of the GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience program. The case studies below describe the outcomes of the changed…
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A burning management system for shrub control in the mulga country of south west Queensland is beneficial for production and conservation by maintaining good land condition. Read about…
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Extensive beef production is the single largest land use in Queensland occurring on 65% of the state’s landmass. At the same time there are a lot of trees…
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This article follows on from one looking at general trends in woody cover across Northern Australia. To better understand the mechanisms contributing to woody cover changes, we examined…
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