AgForce has launched a new webmap allowing landholders to record areas of their property impacted by pasture dieback.
The online tool was developed by AgForce through joint funding from Meat & Livestock Australia and the Australian government's National Landcare Program.
Producers can draw in the affected area of pasture dieback, answer key questions on their observations and upload pasture dieback photos.
Determining the total area affected will confirm the economic cost of the pasture problem which is currently estimated at $2billion in loss to Queensland's grazing industry.
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"The crowdsource map will help predict vulnerable areas to future pasture dieback outbreaks and collate photos of symptoms across a wide range of improved pasture species," AgForce said.
Users of the crowdsource map can view other mapped pasture dieback areas but contact details will be securely stored by AgForce.
The map can be viewed here.
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