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“Trouble with Sub” Project Results and Animal Health Update - Humula

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31 May 2016 - 7:30am
Murrumbidgee Landcare’s CPP Project & Riverina LLS presents:
“Trouble with Sub” Project Results and Animal Health Update
Tuesday 31 May 2016
Humula Sports Club, Humula
7.30 am – 9.30 am
Free BBQ Breakfast Provided
Guest Speakers:
Janelle Jenkins, Mixed Farming Officer, Riverina Local Land Services – will present the results from the “Trouble with Sub” project.
Pasture legumes, particularly sub clover, have very important roles to play in both grazing and cropping enterprises in southern NSW. The ability of legumes to fix nitrogen is a benefit to both accompany species in mixed pastures and as a supply of soil nitrogen to crops subsequently grown. The CPP groups together with Riverina LLS undertook a project in 2015 to determine if there are measurable growth and nodulation issues with pasture legumes in medium/high rainfall areas of the Riverina. Over 80 paddocks containing clover were surveyed.
Emily Stearman, District Veterinarian, Riverina Local Land Services – will discuss topical animal health issues in the area
Madeline Gorham, Murrumbidgee Landcare Inc – will talk about her new role as the Local Landcare Coordinator for the area
Nicole Maher & Jacinta Christie, Murrumbidgee Landcare Inc. – Nest Boxes Project
RSVP: By Thursday 26th May
Murrumbidgee Landcare Office - Karen Jamieson office@mli.org.au or (02)6933 1443 
or Jacinta Christie jchristie@mli.org.au or 0431 953 778
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