Plant collections for saltland revegetation and soil conservation
Salt tolerance, Western Australia, Revegetation plants, Variety trials
In 1967, during an overseas plant exploration trip, seeds of plants of reputed salt tolerance and forage value were obtained from seven countries. Since 1971, over 600 plants have been added to the original collection of 343 plants already under observation for suitability for forage production in saline and arid areas. Additions to the test programme since 1971, include shrubs from Algeria; Argentina; Australia; Chile; England; Iran; Israel; Libya; Morocco; Netherlands; Russia; South Africa; Spain; Tunis and the United States of America. This Bulletin includes details of all plant collections from 1966 to December 1983.
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Clarke, A J, Swaan, T C, and Malcolm, C V. (1984), Plant collections for saltland revegetation and soil conservation. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Technical Bulletin 65.
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