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Managing for drought in grazing lands

This Science Note discusses some ways of managing grazing farm systems to minimise the impacts of drought.

For more information, visit Soil Management Queensland.

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Last updated 30/09/2016
Created 16/01/2015
Next review 01/01/2018
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Size 76.4 KiB
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