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Have you been considering adding stylos to your native pastures in the northern forest country? Hear from Kevin ‘Hooter’ Young, grazier from ‘Del’s Hole’ near Georgetown in North…
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This booklet will give you insight into improving cow fertility while reducing cow and calf losses in the North. In mid 2021, Gulf Savannah NRM and Department of…
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In 1995, near Wandoan, Queensland, two pasture paddocks were sown side-by-side: one sown with buffel grass and desmanthus legume and the other sown with buffel grass only. Pasture…
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Mike and Judy Johnson sowed leucaena and desmanthus in cultivated strips in a buffel grass paddock near Dulacca in 2008. Leucaena grew well initially, has persisted in some…
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The beef industry is a major contributor to the wealth of the Burnett region and this valuable industry relies on productive pastures. This booklet aims to help land…
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The Pasture Management for South East Queensland Catchments booklet has been thoroughly reviewed and updated through Natural Resources Investment Program. “We are excited to have completed this work,”…
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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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A case study for the Legume Best Practice in the Brigalow Belt project Establishing tropical legumes into existing pastures by feeding the seed to livestock is used by…
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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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The Legume Best Management Practice in the Brigalow Belt (Legume BMP) project was targeted at improving the productivity, profitability and sustainability of beef enterprises through reliable and successful…
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