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Pasture specialists in northern Australia have spent decades researching cost effective ways to improve soil quality, cattle production values and businesses’ bottom lines. After a few good seasons…
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Rapid, widespread dominance of exotic, stoloniferous, perennial grass Indian couch (Bothriochloa pertusa) is occurring in Queensland pastures, with reports also for the Northern Territory. This transformation is not…
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Whole farm economic analyses have shown that perennial legumes are a profitable intervention for many areas of northern Australia. In particular, analyses for central Queensland have shown that…
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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 Use of fertiliser phosphorus for increased productivity of legume-based sown pastures in the Brigalow Belt region – a review project investigated responses by pasture legumes to phosphorus…
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The Fertilising for yield and quality in grass pastures and forage crops: Scoping study investigated the feasibility of using strategic applications of nitrogen fertiliser in a range of…
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The Demonstrating recovery of pasture productivity: Mulga Lands – Bollon project used four producer demonstration sites on three commercial properties to demonstrate recovery of pasture productivity, through pasture…
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The Carp, kelp and Christmas Island; where to next with fertilisers? project evaluated the performance of selected fertiliser alternatives, relative to both single superphosphate to assess their impact…
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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.

Introduced pasture species have an important role in the Katherine region as special purpose pastures within a predominantly native pasture grazing system. This Agnote outlines some of the more common uses of these species.