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Barratta Creek Water Quality Monitoring Project

Barratta Creek Water Quality Monitoring Project

The Barratta Creek catchment has been the focus of a number of innovative projects aiming to improve the quality of water entering the Great Barrier Reef. Located within the Burdekin River Irrigation Area in north Queensland, Barratta Creek flows into internationally recognised wetlands and other areas of environmental significance. The Department, together with other partners and sugar cane farmers has looked at the results of water quality testing in this area to guide the development of projects. The video describes some of these projects, including recommendations around the use of Metolachlor and Pendimethalin and the construction of a wetland treatment system.

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