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Beneficial use of biosolids in forestry and agriculture: proceedings of workshop held at Research and Development Division State Forests of New South Wales, June 1998 / edited by Georgina Kelly
Bib ID 3296871
Format BookBook
Description West Pennant Hills, [N.S.W.] : Research and Development Division State Forests of New South Wales, 2003 
ix, 39 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Technical paper (State Forests of New South Wales) ; no. 66.

Notes

"October 2003"--Verso of title-page.

Subjects Sewage sludge as fertilizer -- New South Wales -- Congresses.  |  Sewage disposal -- New South Wales -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Kelly, Georgina  |  State Forests of New South Wales. Research and Development Division
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