Pasture Dieback Information Sessions
26 Oct 2020
Pasture Dieback is a condition that kills off large areas of sown and native grasses. It has been present in Queensland for
some time and confirmed near Murwillumbah in March 2020.
It has since spread to numerous properties across the Tweed Valley. In early October, two new confirmations of pasture
dieback were recorded just north of Kyogle.
North Coast Local Land Services (LLS) invites farmers, landholders, rural advisors and service providers to information
sessions on Pasture Dieback. Learn what to look for and hear about management options for an affected property.
North Coast LLS is offering a number of different Information Session options to cater for everyone, these include:
- Onsite at a confirmed Pasture Dieback site
- General information sessions
- Webinar - Join us online to hear about Pasture Dieback
Bookings are essential. RSVP for all events is Friday 6 November.
For more information bout these sessions including how to register your interest Click the Event Flyer.
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