Natural resource managers in Western Australia require a purposely designed soil pH monitoring network to identify areas at higher risk of soil acidification and to observe changes in soil pH through time. This monitoring network, in conjunction with field experimental work and acidification modelling, will identify state and regional trends and help shape state natural resource management policy and regional extension programmes, as well as directly inform industry and land managers.
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soil pH, monitoring
Holmes, K, Bellamy, P, and Dixon, J. (2011), Designing a soil pH monitoring network for the Western Australian wheatbelt. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 378.
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