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This guide has been produced as a tool for assessing pasture condition over a range of pasture types in the Ord River catchment. A pasture type is a distinctive mix of plant species, soil type and landscape position. For example, the Mitchell Grass Alluvial Plain Pasture type is a mixture of Mitchell grasses and other species occurring on black soil alluvial plains.
Pasture condition is an important factor affecting the potential of the rangelands for animal production and is a useful indicator for the sustainability of production.
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Rangelands, Pasture plants, Grasses, Grassland management, Ord River Catchment (W.A.), Identification, Range management, Western Australia
Agronomy and Crop Sciences | Horticulture
Ryan, K, Tierney, E, and Novelly, P. (2009), Pasture condition guide for the Ord River Catchment. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 4769.
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