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AuthorThorburn, PJ
AuthorAttard, SJ
Date Accessioned2015-04-01
Date Available2015-04-01
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AbstractThere is much interest in management practices that have the potential to improve off-farm water quality in the sugarcane industry. The Burdekin region potentially stands out from other regions because crops are large, fully irrigated and have large quantities of inputs applied to them. Hence the risk of off-site impacts may be high.
Part of SeriesProceedings of the Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists 29: 537.
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TitleA framework to guide improved off-farm water quality in the Burdekin
KeywordsWater quality management, nitrogen, off-farm water quality

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