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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Authors

T C. Stoneman

Keywords

Soil structure, Gypsum, Rotations, Grazing, Minimum tillage

First Page Number

209

Last Page Number

214

Abstract

A review of 14 years of Department of Agriculture research into the effects of wheatbelt fanning practices on soil structure reaches the general conclusion that cultivation and grazing practices influence soil structure, and that structure can be improved by soil amendments and pasture growth.

Little data has been obtained to relate plant growth to improved soil structure, as measured.

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