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From:Australian Journal of Soil Research (Vol. 48, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedSubsoil physicochemical constraints can limit crop production on alkaline soils of south-eastern Australia. Fifteen farmer paddocks sown to a range of crops including canola, lentil, wheat, and barley in the Wimmera and...
From:Australian Journal of Soil Research (Vol. 41, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedCalcarosols of the Victorian southern Mallee comprise subsoils that are typically saline, sodic, and have high concentrations of soluble boron (B), which have the potential to restrict growth of rain-fed grain crops....
From:Australian Journal of Soil Research (Vol. 48, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedSubsoil physicochemical constraints such as primary salinity and high boron (B) can significantly reduce grain yields across wide areas of Australia. Financially viable amelioration options are limited for cropping...
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