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Revegetation of roadside batters - Glen Innes


, : Revegetation of roadside batters - Glen Innes. Journal of the Soil Conservation of New South Wales 32(2): 63-67

A low-cost method of revegetating roadside slopes using jute sandbags filled with topsoil, to which a mixture of grass/clover/lucerne/rye seeds, rooted pieces of Kikuyu grass and NPK fertilizer had been added, is described.

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