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Management of Land Degradation

Australia, with its aged and unique soils, has suffered severe land degradation in many areas since the arrival of European Agriculture. The range of land degradation is expansive, and includes soil erosion, acidification, salinity, compaction, development of acid sulfate soils, biodiversity and soil health decline.

Reversing land degradation is possible, and can be achieved with improved planning and addressing issues by adopting more suitable land use practices.   

If you are looking for specialized information to address a problem, SoilFutures Consulting can connect your enterprise to leaders in the field to develop practical and profitable solutions for your land degradation management issues.

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