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Most fires have a drastic effect on a pasture. Fire changes the botanical composition and will retard the pasture leading to a reduction in the growth and carrying capacity of the pasture in the following season. Fire changes pastures in different ways according to a number of different factors: the intensity of the fire, the pasture species present, the fertility of the soil, the time of the autumn break and follow up rains.

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