Grassed chutes

Australia, 1927

Film
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Explains the grassed chute as a devise for preventing erosion: an eroding vertical gully head can be converted into a gently sloping and well-grassed surface over which water can flow without damage to the soil. Shows types of gullies where the grassed chute control could not be used. Describes with simple animated diagrams all stages of planning and construction of the chutes.

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director

R.G. Downes

production company

Cambridge Film Production

Duration

00:13:40:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1927

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