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Occupational and regional differences in perceived threats and limitations to the future use of sown tropical pasture plants in Australia



Occupational and regional differences in perceived threats and limitations to the future use of sown tropical pasture plants in Australia



Tropical Grasslands 33(3): 129-137



A mail survey of 824 people with an interest in tropical pastures was conducted in 1995 to study their perceptions of 20 threats/limitations to the future use of sown tropical pasture plants in Australia. Those surveyed were in four groups: two producer associations located around Queensland provincial centres (Mackay and Gympie); and two producer/researcher organizations with membership spread across the whole of northern Australia.

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