Queensland dieback disease on the run using regenerative ag techniques

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By Jamie Brown
September 1 2021 - 10:00pm
Pasture dieback first appeared under trees in the Tweed Valley. Evidence is now mounting that mealybugs are the problem but remedy is simpler than you think, once fungi are allowed to flourish. Photo: Dianne Love

Recent research has confirmed the culprit behind pasture dieback syndrome - a Queensland bug that has blown across the Tweed and Kyogle border, heading south on the wind with the potential to affect all tropical grasses in the state.

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Jamie Brown

North Coast reporter

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