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 116 of 120. e , ':'. " '~ Land Unit 4c. Landform Surface Drainage Soils Vegetation Limit:~t:ions Potential Land Use 8. Gentle colluvial slopes associated with granite hills, slope gradients 1.5-3.5%. Moderately well drained, short periods of seasonal waterlogging. Sandy red massive earths; loamy sand. surface grading to light sandy clay loam; between 50 and 80 cm deep; well drained internally. Woodland to open forest, dominants include E. m~n~ata, E. tetnodonta, E. biee~en~, E. 6oei~eheana, E. eon6entL6iona with assbciated Enythnophieum ehiono~taehy~, Tenm~nai~a 6e4d~nand~ana, Gnev~iiea pten~d~~6oi~a. Grasses include Hete4opogon eonto4tu~, E4ag4o~t~~ ~p., Coeionhaeh~~ 4ottboeii~o~de~, Hete4opogon tn~t~eeu~, Chny~opogon 6aiiax. Droughty soils. Improvement with Calopo, perennial stylos.
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