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A Fast and Inexpensive Molecular Biological Assay to Assess Soil Health

Fiona MCDonald, Bioscience
Falko Mathes, University of Western Australia
Peter Keating, Murdoch University

Perth WA

Microalgae and Phototrophic Purple Bacteria for Nutrient Recovery from Agri-Industrial Effluents; Influences on Plant Growth, Rhizosphere Bacteria, and Putative C & N Cycling Genes

Somayeh Zarezadeh, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran
Bede S. Mickan, University of Western Australia
Sasah Jenkins, University of Western Australia
Tim Hulsen, University of Queensland
Hossein Raihi, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran
Navid R. Moheiman, University of Western Australia

Perth, WA

Investigation of the Common Mycorrhizal Network Concept: Plant Growth Responses in Simulated Intercropping of a Legume and Grass under Water Stress

Bede S. Mickan, University of Western Australia
Miranda Hart, University of British Columbia Okanagan
Zakaira Solaiman, University of Western Australia
Kadambot H.M. Siddique, University of Western Australia
Sasha Jenkins, University of Western Australia
Lynette K. Adams, University of Western Australia

Perth, WA

Influence of Lime and Crop Rotation on Soil Nitrogen, Dry Matter Production and Microbial Biomass; a Field Trial, Merredin, WA

Manjula Premaratne, University of Western Australia
Daniel V. Murphy, University of Western Australia
Craig Scanlan
Frances C. Hoyle, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development

Perth, WA

Impact of Lime and Gypsum on Wheat Yield, Soil and Solution Properties in the Short and Long Term

Geoff Anderson, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Shahab Pathan, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
David Hall, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Rajesh Sharma, Chem Centre
James Easton, CSBP

Perth, WA

Yield Response to Deep Ripping of Canola, Wheat and Barley on Soils with Multiple Constraints

Shahab Pathan, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
David Hall, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Tony Murfit, Warakirri Cropping

Perth, WA

Impact of Lime and Gypsum on Wheat Yield, Soil and Solution Properties in the Short and Long Term

Geoff Anderson, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Shahab Pathan, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
David Hall, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Rajesh Sharma, ChemCentre
James Easton, CSBP

Perth, WA

Humic Acid Coated Phosphatic Fertilizers Enhance Growth, Yield and Phosphorus Uptake of Maize Crop in Alkaline Soil

Muhammed Shafi, University of Agriculture-Peshawar
Muhammed Sharif, University of Agriculture-Peshawar
Dost Muhammed, University of Agriculture-Peshawar
Ahmed Khan, University of Agriculture-Peshawar
Farmanullah Khan, University of Agriculture-Peshawar
Mehran Ali, Directorate General of Soil and Water Conservation, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Zakaria Solaiman, University of Western Australia

Perth, WA

Engineering In Situ Soil and Plant Microbiomes To Improve Agricultural Productivity

Falko Mathes, University of Western Australia
Fiona MCDonald, Murdoch University
Peter Keating, Murdoch University

Perth, WA

Efficacy of a Phosphate Bio-mineral Fertilizer Varied with P Concentration and P Solubility

Salmabi Assainar, University of Western Australia
Lynette Abbott, University of Western Australia
Paul Storer, Troforte Innovations
Kadambot Siddique, University of Western Australia
Zakaria Solaiman, University of Western Australia

Perth, WA

Designing Soil Covers for Ecological Restoration of Mine Waste

Lucy Commander, University of Western Australia
Luis Merino-Martin, 2CEFE, CNRS, Université de Montpellier
Peter Golos, University of Western Australia
Carole Elliott, University of Western Australia
Jason Stevens, University of Western Australia
Ben Miller, University of Western Australia

Perth, WA

Crop Response to Amelioration of Agricultural Soils are Mediated by Constraint Combinations and Soil Type

Stephen Davies, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Wayne Parker, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Giacomo Betti, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
David Hall, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Tom Edwards, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Chad Reynolds, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Glenn Macdonald, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Perth, WA

Continental-Scale Soil Organic Carbon Composition and Vulnerability Regulated by Regional Soil and Environmental Controls

Raphael A. Viscarra Rossel, Curtin University
Juhwan Lee, Curtin University
T Brehrens, Eberhard Karls University Tübingen
Z Lou, Zhejiang University
J Baldock, CSIRO Agriculture & Food
A. Richards, CSIRO Land & Water

Perth, WA

Chemical Nature of Phosphorus in Cropping Soils from Western Australia Characterised by 31P Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

Gustavo Boitt, University of Western Australia
Craig Scanlan, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development
Zed Rengel, University of Western Australia

Perth, WA

Assessing the Suitability of Black Soldier Fly Castings Produced from Piggery Waste as a Fertilizer

Luke Wheat, Future Green Solutions
Lynette Abbott, University of Western Australia
Ian Waite, University of Western Australia
Sasha Jenkins, University of Western Australia

Perth, WA

Topsoil Water Repellence Increased Early Wheat Growth and Nutrition

Simon Yeap, College of Science, Health, Engineering and Education, Murdoch University
Richard Bell, College of Science, Health, Engineering and Education, Murdoch University
Craig Scanlan, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development
Richard Harper, College of Science, Health, Engineering and Education, Murdoch University

Perth, WA

Topsoil Evaporation in Water Repellent Soil Affected by Tillage and Claying: Preliminary Case-study Results

Giacomo Betti, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Gaus Azam, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Perth, WA

Topsoil Evaporation in Water Repellent Soil Affected by Tillage and Claying: Preliminary Case-study Results

Giacomo Betti, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Gaus Azam, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Perth, WA

The Methodology for Farm-Scale Modelling for Spatio-Temporal Prediction of Soil Carbon Sequestration under Climate Change

Lynette Abbott, University of Western Australia
Jolene Otway, University of Western Australia
Louise Barton, University of Western Australia
Jennifer Dungait, Rothamsted Research, West Common, Harpenden

Perth, WA

Forensic Analysis of Perth’s Soils

Kari Pitts, Forensic Science Laboratory, ChemCentre
Richard Clarke, School of Molecular and Life Sciences, Curtin University
Talia Newland, School of Molecular and Life Sciences, Curtin University
Simon Lewis, School of Molecular and Life Sciences, Curtin University

Perth, WA

Talking the Same Soil Language - a Simple Guide for Describing WA Soils

Angela Stuart-Street
Nicolyn Short Dr
Tim Overheu, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Perth, WA

Soil Exchangeable Cations Increase Microbial Carbon Use Efficiency and Microbial Growth in Acidic Soils

Emelia Horn, SoilsWest, UWA School of Agriculture and Environment
Emily Cooledge, Environment Centre Wales, Bangor University
Anna Ray, Environment Centre Wales, Bangor University
Davey Jones, SoilsWest, UWA School of Agriculture and Environment
Steve Rushton, School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, Newcastle University
Eizabeth Stockdale, Farming Systems Research Group
Frances C. Hoyle, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development
Yoshi Sawada, SoilsWest, UWA School of Agriculture and Environment
Daniel Murphy, SoilsWest, UWA School of Agriculture and Environment

Perth, WA

Food waste can be diverted from landfill and utilised via anaerobic digestion (AD) to produce biogas. The liquid by-product of AD is commonly referred to as digestate, and this can be an organic certifiable biofertilizer. Digestate in Europe is frequently used in agriculture, though is not commonly used in the urban retail market. Biochar is another organic matter which can adsorb and retain the nutrients, and also could decrease the adverse effects of high nitrogen content of soil

Edward Arnold Griffin, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Karen Holmes

Perth, WA

Nutrient Recovery Via Anaerobic Digestion Of Supermarket Food Waste And Re-Use As Fertiliser In Potting Media For The Urban Retail Market; A Proof Of Concept Using Digestate And Biochar

Bede Mickan, University of Western Australia
Somayeh Zarezadeh, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran
Sasha Jenkins, University of Western Australia
Aitian Ren, University of Western Australia
Zakaria Solaimon, University of Western Australia
Megan H. Ryan, University of Western Australia

Perth, WA

NRINFO 2019 Release: WA Natural Resource Information Available Through Web Portal

Justin Laycock, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development
Angela Stuart-Street, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development
Dennis van Gool, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development

Perth, WA

Monitoring Ground Cover and Associated Erosion Risks Using Satellite Remote Sensing in the Agricultural Region of Western Australia

Justin Laycock, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development
Nick Middleton, Spatial Analyst & Geographer
John Simmons, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development
Tim Overheu, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Buddy Wheaton, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development
Karen Holmes, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Perth, WA

Are Ironstone Gravel Soils in Southwest Western Australia: All the Same?

Karen Holmes, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Edward Arnold Griffin, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Dennis van Gool, Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development

Perth, WA

Native Symbiotic Fungus Increases Shoot Biomass and Grain Yield of Canola

Khalil Kariman, School of Agriculture and Environment, The University of Western Australia
Craig Scanlan, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Zed Rengell, School of Agriculture and Environment, The University of Western Australia

Perth, WA