Water monitoring improves irrigation and nutrient efficiency
31st May|North Queensland Register
A group of farmers in the lower Burdekin have been able to improve their business practices while also taking care of the internationally significant wetlands and Great Barrier Reef that sit on their doorstep.
Through the Connecting Burdekin Cane Farmers To Their Local Wetlands project run by NQ Dry Tropics, farmers located near Lilliesmere Lagoon, Ayr, and Horseshoe Lagoon, Giru, have monitored their runoff and been able improve their irrigation and nutrient efficiency.
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