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CSIRO research indicates that when patches of vegetation start to disappear, the topsoil starts to erode, the soil structure deteriorates and the fertility disappears. The overall result is a decline in pasture productivity and quality.

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Vegetation Loss Effecting Soil Quality
Vegetation Loss Effecting Soil Quality
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