Volume 8, Number 1
Flax as a rotation crop in the higher rainfall areas of Western Australia
H. G. Elliott and F. E. Ryan
Some recent rural radio talks
T. Watchel, H. G. Cariss, P. Beck, R. H. Morris, K. Needham, J. P. Fallon, H. G. Elliot, J. Cripps, P. N. Forte, H. Maslin, D. C. Mickle, A. H. Hobbs, and G. W. Scott
Editor: J.A. Mallett
Cover picture: Melaleuca scabra, sometimes known as "Warru" bush" Is an attractive shrub which grows to about 3ft. in height and bears a profusion of pinkish-purple flowers. It is a member of the tea-tree family and is found in gravelly and sandy soils from Watheroo in the north, eastward as far as Merredin and southward to Israelite Bay.