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Points in a soil conservation programme
Bib ID 2211883
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
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Printer (Ouyen [Vic.] : Express Print)
Description [Walpeup, Vic.? : Mallee Research Station?, 194-?] 
1 broadside ; 30 cm. 
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Nq 333.7316 P752 copy Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2545171085

Subjects Soil conservation -- Victoria -- Mallee.  |  Soil erosion -- Victoria -- Mallee.  |  Wind erosion -- Victoria -- Mallee.  |  Land use -- Victoria -- Mallee.
Other authors/contributors Mallee Research Station (Walpeup, Vic.)

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