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Managing Subsoils

Ripping yarns: 25 years of variable responses to ripping clay soils in south-eastern Australia
John Kirkegaard 1, John Angus1, Tony Swan1, Mark Peoples1 and Sergio Moroni2

Do subsoil amendments provide benefits for crop productivity and the environment?
Thrse McBeath, Cameron Grant, Robert Murray and David Chittleborough

Subsoil constraints have little impact on crop growth in the Wimmera and Mallee during dry seasonal conditions.
James Nuttall1, Damien Adcock2 and Roger Armstrong1

Simulating seasonal response of wheat yield to subsoil amelioration in the Victorian Mallee and Wimmera
Muhuddin Anwar, James Nuttall, Garry O’Leary and Roger Armstrong

Crop production responses to soil amelioration treatments on an infertile sand over clay in South Australia
Ann McNeill1, Damien Adcock2, Nigel Wilhelm3, Murray Unkovich1 and Roger Armstrong 4

Soil compaction is a major issue operating against the development of sustainable sugarcane cropping systems
Alan Garside1, Barry Salter2 and Jason Kidd3

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