BOOSTING PROGRESS TO REEF 2050 TARGETS

Overview

This project is building on previous projects to support sugarcane growers in making land management practices to reduce nutrient runoff from farms.

Background

Good progress has been made in these basins to date and the goal of this project is to provide an extra boost so they can meet their Reef 2050 Plan catchment targets.

SolutionsĀ 

  • Agricultural extension support to growers
  • Focus on identifying and addressing crop constraints

Locations

Murray and Mossman catchments

Partners

Landholders
Mossman Agricultural
Tully Canegrowers

Achievements so far

  • Extension officers have begun working with growers
  • An RSD workshop has been held in the Mossman

Funders

This project is funded by the Australian Government’s Reef Trust Phase VII program and will run from January 2021-June 2023.

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