Few clues about mechanisms behind pasture dieback but management tools are available

By Jamie Brown
April 16 2020 - 9:00am
Pasture die back caused by mealy bug infestation has been confirmed to have spread over the Queensland border to the North Coast of NSW.

Pasture dieback has arrived on the NSW far North Coast with a first confirmed case. Dieback was initially reported in NSW last autumn, but due to dry conditions it wasn't confirmed until recently.

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