Pasture dieback


‘Dieback’ is a term used to describe a range of conditions across a broad range of plants from grasses to trees. The dieback symptoms observed in summer growing grasses are the same or similar to buffel grass dieback found in the 1990’s. The term pasture dieback refers to dieback in pasture grasses.

Topics in this Primefact include:

  • Current situation
  • Description
  • Distribution
  • Species affected
  • Cause
  • Control
  • Actions to minimise risk
  • How do I report it?


Primefact 1699 Second Edition

Published: Aug 2019