The results of the fourth year of a five year research and development project to develop soil management practices and cropping systems to prevent waterlogging and increase the productivity of waterlogged lands in Western Australia. The concept of raised beds was used to alleviate or prevent waterlogging.
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South Coastal region (WA), Cropping systems, Raised beds, Drainage, No-tillage, Western Australia, Waterlogging, Soil management
Bakker, D, Hamilton, G, Houlbrooke, D, and Spann, C. (2002), Improved soil management and cropping systems for waterlog-prone soils : results of the 2000 season. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 229.
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