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SoilsWest acts to identify and connect soil scientists and partnering organisations to a range of different skills, opportunities and capability for the delivery of more integrated soil research in Western Australia. We aim to improve connectivity from the laboratory to the farm gate to deliver highly valued, industry relevant research to agriculture.
Murdoch University's Associate Professor Frances Hoyle, is our featured soil star. She is an active soil scientist with research in soil organic matter and biological processes. As Director of SoilsWest she is helping generate innovative research ideas and partnerships to address both old and new challenges to managing soils in Western Australia.
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Soil Quality 1: Constraints to Plant Production & Soil Quality 2: Integrated Soil Management now freely available to download. Published by SoilsWest, the ebooks harness a vast amount of information in an easy to navigate format.
Soil Quality: 1 Constraints to Plant Production;
Soil Quality: 2 Integrated Soil Management;
Soil Quality: 3 Soil Organic Matter;
Soil Quality: 4 Soil Acidity;
Soil Quality: 5 Soil Biology
Soil Quality: 6 Soil Biology
SoilsWest provides a hub for soil scientists and industry in Western Australia with a straightforward and unique philosophy. We believe there is an opportunity to identify and connect scientists and partnering organisations to a range of different skills and capability for the delivery of more integrated soil research in Western Australia; and to improve connectivity from the laboratory to the farm gate to deliver highly valued industry relevant research to agriculture.
The reason; to enable you to identify, communicate and work with a single individual or group of individuals with the right capability, where you can share your thoughts and ideas to value add and bring future collaborations to life.
SoilsWest is made up of a group of highly skilled soil science professionals who work in broadacre agriculture and supporting industries, and have expressed their desire to work more collaboratively across organisations.
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