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Management of dry-land farming system in north eastern Australia: how can scientists impact on farmers' decision making?

Agricultural Science 10(3): 34-37

Management of dry-land farming system in north eastern Australia: how can scientists impact on farmers' decision making?

The article first considers the challenges faced by Australian farmers, and which researchers are trying to address.

Accession: 002889806

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