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Using mallees could assist farmers by preventing soil erosion and desalination, and by providing natural shelter to livestock such as cattle, he said.
Our research shows that mallees can be planted in balance with profitable crop and livestock production in Australia's wheat belt region.
Virgin Australia said that the consortium plans to use technology developed by DynaMotive and used in biofuel plants in Canada to process mallees.
As an example of how thorough the Maharajah was in his arrangements, he had brought three of his _mallees_, or native gardeners, with him, their sole function being to gather wild jungle-flowers daily, and to decorate the tables and tents with them.