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Keyline stops 1200ac bushfire!

 
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The pics are self explanitary
This saved the house
this site is home to Australias laegest keyline planned farm!
 
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That is very encouraging and exciting!
Bless you guys as the farm recovers!
 
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Benjamin Sellé wrote:That is very encouraging and exciting!
Bless you guys as the farm recovers!



It is a post from a few years ago. Does anyone know more details about this? I have heard of swales or keyline working well to stop fire, it makes sense too. Are there any other well documented examples of this type of fire barrier working?
 
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