Dieback is defined as grass dying in an entire paddock or a significant area of a paddock.  
 To assist MLA in gauging the extent of the pasture dieback problem, and to aid the development of short and long-term solutions, please complete the following survey.  

 
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Are you a beef cattle levy payer?*
 
   
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Do you have a digital map of the property?*
 
   
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Has dieback occured on the property?*
 
   
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Please indicate the approximate month and year.
 
   
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For example: Was dieback particularly bad around a certain date or dates?
 
   
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For example: wet or dry weather, windy?
 
   
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For example: fertiliser application, new plant introductions.
 
   
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For example: Near roadways and laneways, damp or dry ground, hill tops, valleys, around cattle camps.
 
   
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For example: Local Regional Beef Research Advisory Council, MLA, DAFQ, private consultant.
 
   
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Are you willing to have your property surveyed?*
For example: drone, satellite, ground sampling.
 
   
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