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

Keywords

Soil acidity, Pastures, Liming

First Page Number

138

Last Page Number

141

Abstract

Most soils of the high rainfall area of south-western Western Australia are naturally acis.

The most acid group of soils, the peaty sands. have been routinely limed before subterranean clover pastures were established since research in the 1950s showed that poor Rhizobium nodulation could be overcome with the application of about 2 tonnes per hectare of coastal limesand.

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