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The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah is always breathtaking, attracting over 250,000 local and international visitors annually. It is also the only botanic garden located in a World Heritage ...

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  When we talk about soil health, we are of course referring to the living component of the soil - the bacteria, fungi, protozoa, nematodes, mites, collembola, beetles and worms. You ...

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 The disposal of waste continues to dominate the recycling conversations across the country. The waste management processes across our cities of which state and territory governments are primarily responsible have been ...

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Soil is generally considered a rather obscure branch of the agricultural or geographic sciences. Few people realise that the word "soil" or "earth" or "ground" is deeply rooted (pun intended) ...

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When it comes time to having your compost analysed against the AS4454 for Composts, Soil Conditioners and Mulches at SESL Australia you will receive test results for the many forms of nitrogen: ...

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The presence of soluble salts in soil and water is known as salinity. These salts occur naturally, resulting from the weathering of the earth’s crust. Throughout the earth’s history, this ...

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The urban landscape setting can be a hostile environment for tree growth. There are many soil issues that trees face during establishment and growth in heavily urbanised spaces. Therefore, when ...

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There is an emerging concern globally about the environmental and potential human health impacts of the synthetic chemicals known as PFAS. Recently, the PFAS National Environmental Management Plan (NEMP) was ...

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