Appendix To "Report On The Land Units Of Mt. Bundey Station."
Fogarty, P. J. (Peter John)
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Technical Report LRD78011 Viewed at 09:08:18 on 27/08/2009 Page 113 of 120. Land Unit 3c. Landform Surface Drainage Soils Vegetation Limitations Potential Land Use. 5. Wash slopes associated with granite hills, moderately extensive boulders and outcrop, coarse sandy surface, slope gradients be tween 3 and 6%. Well drained, rapid run-off. Shallow to moderately deep, sandy yellow massive earths, and minor earthy sands. Woodland to tall woodland; dominants E. m~n~ ata, E. tet4odonta, E. etav~ge4a, associated Ga4den~a me9a~pe4ma, Te4m~nat~a 6e4d~nand~ana, Coehto~pe4mum64a~e4~, G4ev~ttea pte4~d~~6ot~a. Grasses include Ch4y~opogon 6attax, Hete4opogon t4~t~eeu~, PteQt4aehne pungen~, S04ghum ~p. (Annual), Seh~zaehy4~um 64ag~te. Droughty soils, stone and outcrop. Improvement with Calopo.
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