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SALTdeck cards were produced to aid plant identification and help Australian land managers choose likely plants for their situation.
Simplifying the science behind soils is the aim of a new free online publication produced by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.
This guide helps users to describe the most important parts of a soil profile and provide an easy way to understand and explain the diversity of our soils.
Nitrogen application is common and profitable in dairy cattle grazing rotations and may also be profitable for strategic applications in beef grazing and for hay production.
These case studies demonstrate the experience and learning of farmers and other land managers from managing dryland salinity on their own properties we and they believe that what they have learnt i
These important (and some unimportant) dates were compiled by D Bennett and D K Macpherson until 2002, with some additonal comments and dates added by Richard George and Bob Nulsen (January 2002).
Good practice nutrient management requires adequate monitoring of soils and plant nutrient levels, analysis of nutrient levels to meet plant and animal production needs, the correct application tec
Western Australia’s long history of balancing land development and soil conservation continues to challenge landholders, regulators and scientists as they strive to achieve sustainable land managem
Mitigating the risk of wind and water erosion in Western Australia is being boosted by a new project to track groundcover in cropping areas using satellite imagery.
Kikuyu (Cenchrus clandestinus) is a subtropical, perennial C4 grass that is widely used as a pasture and turf.