Western Australia, Land capability, Horticultural soils, Carnarvon (WA)
A detailed soil survey and horticultural capability assessment was undertaken over 1,804 ha of land adjacent to existing plantations on levees of the Gascoyne River near Carnarvon. The study provides mapped land resource data and advice in relation to land management and the possibility of further land release for horticulture. In the assessment of horticultural capability primary consideration has been given to the risk of erosion during flood events, to salinity, and to soil drainage conditions.
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Wells, M R, and Bessell-Browne, J A. (1990), Horticultural capability study of soils adjacent to plantations at Carnarvon, Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Report 115, 101p.