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Integration of Brigalow (Acacia Harpophylla) Vegetation with Dryland Cropping in South-East Queensland: Agronomic, Hydrological, Ecological and Goethean Perspectives
Large tracts of brigalow (Acacia harpophylla F. Muell. ex Benth. Mimosaceae) vegetation once covered the Queensland Brigalow Belt. Over the last century, a significant reduction in brigalow coverage has taken place (> 90%), primarily a result of land clearing for agricultural development. Despite significant loss of brigalow and its associated biodiversity, potential exists for reversing the loss, avoiding further land degradation and promoting sustainable agricultural production, through thedoi:10.25904/1912/195 fatcat:c6fc6hsymfgxvp6epsfrc2mllm