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Erosion control in grazing lands

This Science Note discusses some methods of preventing and controlling erosion in grazing lands, as well as methods of rehabilitation.

For more information, visit Soil Management Queensland.

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Last updated 30/09/2016
Created 16/01/2015
Next review 31/12/2018
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Size 64 KiB
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Science, Information Technology and Innovation, Queensland Government, Science Notes - Soil and Land Management, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 sourced on 20 January 2018

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