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Australian acacias for saline, alkaline soils in the hot, dry subtropics and tropics



Australian acacias for saline, alkaline soils in the hot, dry subtropics and tropics



ACIAR Proceedings, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (16): 66-69



The most promising species for these conditions, with high salt tolerance, a moderate to fast growth rate and a moderate to high coppicing ability, are Acacia ampliceps, A. cuspidifolia, A. ligulata, A. maconochieana, A. salicina, A. sclerosperma, A. stenophylla and A. victoriae.

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