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The Busselton Wetlands are a chain of wetlands that lie parallel with the coastline of Geographe Bay, Western Australia and in close proximity to the town of Busselton. The main issues for the maintenance of quality of the wetlands are nutrient levels and habitat value. This guide outlines many of the current best practices related to farming around wetlands.
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Pastures, Weed control, Grazing, Fertilizers, Wetland conservation, Vertebrate pests, Wetlands, Drainage, Shore protection, Agricultural land, Revegetation, Western Australia, Fencing, Busselton region (W.A.), Farmland.
Natural Resources and Conservation | Other Plant Sciences | Sustainability | Water Resource Management
Oldfield, W, Department of Conservation and Land Management, and Department of Planning and Infrastructure. (2002), Guidelines for management of farmland adjacent to the Busselton wetlands. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 4503.
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