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These pages have been produced as an online user manual for iLime, outlining specific features of the app and how to use them.
A digital soil quality book series digs up soil information and data from across Western Australia, providing real world context to some of the science underpinning management of soils, making the
Relief wells can provide water resources and help reduce the severity and extent of waterlogging and salinity caused by leaky artesian systems.
This page explains the factors that influence the degree of dispersion in sodic soils: soil structure (aggregate stability), cation exchange capacity, calcium to magnesium ratio, exchangeable sodiu
Plant tolerance of salinity in the tables below are a guide only.
The productivity of saline and waterlogged land can be markedly increased by using salt tolerant legumes and grasses, in mixtures.
Pumping of groundwater and disposal of saline effluent (reject water) from desalination is covered by regulations requiring owners or occupiers to notify the Commissioner of Soil and Land Conservat
Farmers have asked the questions below after serious fires in the agricultural areas of south-west Western Australia.
Dispersive (sodic) soils are common in the south-west agricultural area of Western Australia, where they occur mainly as duplex or gradational profiles.
Managing subsurface water can help to lower watertables and alleviate problems with waterlogging, rising salinity, and infrastructure damage.