4630.0 - Agricultural Resource Management Practices, Australia, 2011-12 Quality Declaration 
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 28/06/2013  First Issue
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Includes: Land Management Practices in Australia summary.
Image: FieldLand use on farms
Includes: land leased, land worked by sharefarmers, road permits.
Image:PasturePasture and crop cultivation
Includes: ploughing, scarifying or harrowing carried out on land.
Image: TractorCrop management
Includes: intercropping, crop rotation and controlled traffic farming.
Image: CropsCrop stubble / trash management
Includes: burning, windrowing, retaining, grazing off.
Image:SheepLivestock management
Includes: all livestock, regardless of ownership.
Image:IrrigationPasture management
Includes: pasture (an area covered with grasses and/or legumes).
Image:Sown FieldVegetation management
Includes: regenerated vegetation (re-growth of plant material previously lost or destroyed).
Includes: slow release, broadcast on surface, fertigation, side-dressing and liquid fertilisers.
Image:Dry soilSoil management
Includes: soil enhancers, mulch, biochar, green manure.
Image:PigsAnimal waste management
Includes: collection, transport, processing or disposal of manure on farm.
Image:CamelsFeral animals
Includes: camels, goats, water buffalo.
Includes: water logging avoidance practices including pumps, siphons, slotted pipes, permanent raised beds.