Evaluating short term cropping for restoration of native perennial grasslands in western NSW

Author: 
Alemseged, Y.
Hacker, R.B.
Smith, W. J.
Melville, G.J.
Publisher: 
Australian Rangeland Society
Publication Year: 
2010
Description: 
Invasive Native Scrub (INS) is a major problem in thepastoral lands of western NSW. The objective of the project was to test the hypothesis that native perennial grasslands do regenerate in areas that have been cropped following removal of INS. A total of 30 paddocks that had been cropped during the last 20years were selected. Vegetation surveys were conducted in each paddock in March/April 2008. ...
Conference Name: 
16th Biennial Conference, Australian Rangeland Society, Bourke, New South Wales
Conference Date: 
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Resource Type: 
Text
Document Type: 
Conference Paper
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Cite this paper: Alemseged,Y., Hacker,R.B.,Smith, W.J. and Melville, G.J.(2010). Evaluating short term cropping for restoration of native perennial grasslands in western NSW. In: Proceedings of the 16thBiennial Conference of the Australian Rangeland Society, Bourke (Eds D.J. Eldridge and C. Waters) (Australian Rangeland Society: Perth)
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