Whitepapers

Abstract: The retention of existing trees in developments and the planting of new trees to enhance aesthetics and urban ecology require careful thought to the needs of the tree. Recent ...

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Abstract: Trees form a vital part of the amenity and aesthetic landscape of built up areas. Trees are not inert objects and traditionally there has always been conflict between the ...

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Abstract: It has been apparent for some years to growers of mostly Proteaceous plants that while responding to some fertilisers a specific ...

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Abstract: Conventional soil salinity maps are agriculturally based and do not provide a basis for interpreting possible risk to structures. An environment pronounced saline for agricultural purposes may pose no ...

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Sampling, Generating Results and Interpreting the Answers: Most people believe the role of testing is to develop or improve fertiliser programs. This is one aspect only of soil management and ...

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Reuse of Site Soils: More often than not the soil materials on site can and should be reused in the proposed landscape. Not only should a “green” industry try to ...

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Abstract: Are scientists artless, and artists unscientific? The Millennium Park concept design team gave artists, technicians and scientists a chance to work together to resolve some fundamental problems of soil ...

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Uses of Plant Analysis: Confirm suspected nutrient deficiency symptoms; Verify toxicities; Reveal hidden hunger (i.e. plants show no visible symptoms, but the nutrient content is ...

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