In the Eastern Wheatbelt of Western Australia, there are seven major soil groups (acid sands, good soilplain soils, gravelly sands, duplex soils, medium-heavy soils, heavy non-friable soils and heavy friable soils. This report considers the ability of various soils to store or retain water in an attempt to partially determine the yield potential of crops.
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Soil water, Eastern wheatbelt region (WA), Soil chemical properties, Western Australia, Profiles, Merredin region (WA), Soil properties, Soil, Soil classification, Land use, Soil physical properties
Russell, J J. (2005), Major eastern wheatbelt soils to characterise soil moisture availability. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 187.
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