Whitepapers

Introduction: Soil properties Most soils in the prime NSW Vineyard areas are of the duplex or podsolic soil type. This means they have a sandy to loamy A horizon generally around ...

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Abstract Firstly, an overview of the important chemical and physical relationships in soils that are relevant to the growth of trees particularly in the urban environment are presented. It is necessary ...

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Abstract: Simon’s experience in the management of Urban soils and new methods for improving the longevity of urban vegetation is well known. His many years hard experience in waste to land ...

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Understanding Soil Preservation: A consideration of these five factors is essential in planning changes of any sort to the tree root environment. Any development has the potential to change the ...

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Trees in the Rural Landscape: The classic rural scene of the western slopes of NSW and other subhumid areas of Australia is large eucalypts in a grassland landscape. This ...

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Choice of plant material: The commonest way around the problem is to try to choose plant material known to tolerate minute rooting volumes, poor aeration, drought, and waterlogging. Celtis, ...

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Different types of topdressing situations occur: Upgrading poor quality playing surfaces. eg a badly degraded council oval or golf fairway constructed basically on natural soil where topdressing is needed to ...

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Structural soils, some technical aspects: For street trees, or other trees in hard surfaced areas, the major conflict is the maximisation of soil volume for tree rooting, whilst also providing ...

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