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This Act, consisting of 7 Parts divided into 48 sections, makes provision with respect to the use of agricultural chemicals as defined by the AGVET Code which applies in force of the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Queensland) Act 1994. Part 2 contains provisions dealing with matters of administration such as inspection and control and the continuing in existence of the Agricultural Chemicals Distribution Control Board. Part 3 regulates distribution of pesticides from the air, whereas Part 4 concerns distribution from the ground.
The text is divided into 8 Parts: Preliminary (1); Management Zones (2); Control Of Activities (3) Permits (4); Reviews Of, And Appeals From, Permit (5); Decisions (6); Issue Of Permits By Entities Other Than Authority; Miscellaneous (7); Transitional Arrangements For Certain Activities (8).For purposes of management the Wet Tropics Area is divided into zones in accordance with Part 2.
This Act consist of 7 Parts divided into 41 sections: Preliminary (1), Administration (2), Approved Property Plans (3), Project Areas (4), Objections and Appeals (5), Financial Assistance (6), General Provisions (7). The Act vests powers in the chief executive of Primary Industries relating to soil conservation to facilitate the implementation of soil conservation by land holders. The main instruments are property plans, run-off coordination notices, project plans for project areas and soil conservation orders.