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Biloela (/ b ɪ l oʊ ˈ iː l ə / BIL-oh-EE-lə) is a rural town and locality in Shire of Banana, Central Queensland, Australia. It is situated 120 kilometres (75 mi) inland from the port city of Gladstone at the junction of the Burnett and Dawson highways.
Today, Biloela is a busy commercial and tourist hub, though it still retains that relaxed, country feeling. For those with a hankering for the great outdoors, a short journey leads to a multitude of adventures at Kroombit Tops National Park.
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Mar 18, 2019 · Richard Fairley operates a mixed farming operation on the outskirts of the central Queensland farming community of Biloela. Crops grown include Lucerne, pulse grains, and a parcel of organic herbs. These herbs are grown and sold into both the fresh and processing segments of the industry.
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HERBS – Protect plants from heat in late spring. inland areas have a good climate for growing all types of herbs. FRUIT & VEGETABLES – Stop planting most vegetables by spring, although beans , capsicum, onion, radish and sweet corn can still do well.
Location Biloela, Queensland, Aus. The Callide C power plant features high-efficiency supercritical boiler technology and is a joint-venture between InterGen, China Huaneng Group and CS Energy. The turbine upgrade to Callide C in 2019 delivered better efficiency and increased capacity by 16MW, lowering carbon emissions intensity in the process.
Buffel grass is slow to establish and grazing may need to be delayed anything up to 12 months, depending on establishment conditions. If possible, it is best to avoid grazing in the first year until after seed-set, which ensures plants are well-established, and gives lighter stands the opportunity to thicken up in subsequent years.