Research into alternative pasture and legume species helping CQ graziers manage dieback

Ben Harden
By Ben Harden
Updated February 9 2022 - 1:12am, first published February 4 2022 - 8:00am
Will Wilson, AgForce, Associate Professor Caroline Hauxwell, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Dr. Naomi Diplock, Applied Horticultural Research (AHR), Professor Gordon Rogers (AHR), Dr. Khamla Mott (AHR), and Edward Bryans (QUT) at the field walk in late January. Photo: Supplied

Pasture dieback continues to ravage parts of Central Queensland, destroying prime native pastures, crops and forcing beef producers to change their grazing practices.

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Ben Harden

Ben Harden

Queensland Country Life Journalist

Based in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. Contact: 0437528907

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