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Premiers Food Award
Peats Soil & Garden Supplies Premier Mike Rann emphasises the value of the Food Industry to South Australia, $9.1 billion in 2004 Photo - courtesy Food SA Peter Wadewitz, Managing Director of Peats Soils ... reedbeds. The Food Forest acknowledges the contribution of Peter Wadewitz and his company Peats Soils in sponsoring an award that focuses attention on sustainability in the food industry which ...
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Save The Murray
Peats Soils and Garden Supplies Peats Soil - The Story PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE Peats Soil & Garden Supplies is situated at Willunga and has formed ... being widely recognised throughout the viticultural and allied intensive farming sectors. QUALITY AND THE FUTURE Peats Soil undertook product certification to AS-3743 in January 1993 and by June 1993 the ...
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premiers food award 07
Peter Wadewitz (pictured above [on left] with Graham) and his company Peats Soils in sponsoring the award that focuses attention on sustainability in the food industry which, through ...
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Axonopus affinis
Warm-season grass, well adapted to sandy or sandy-loam soils with readily available moisture. Also adapted to light textured soils with moisture near the surface in humid tropical and subtropical climates ... swampy conditions. Most commonly found on slightly acid sandy soils, with pH 5.0–6.0. Adapted also to clays, mucks and peats. Cultivation Produces abundant seed which germinate and spread quickly ...
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Tin (Sn) - Chemical properties, Health and Environmental effects
The concentration in soils is generally between the range 1-4 ppm but some soils have less that 0.1 ppm while peats can have ... a great deal of trouble breaking down organic tin compounds that have accumulated on water soils for many years. The concentrations of organic tins still rise due to this. Organic tins ...
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Orangutan Foundation International
Southeast Asia. Tropical peats are thicker, some 10 to 20 meters deep, and the rate ... Sumatra. About 40 billion tons of carbon are stored in the soils and forests of Indonesia’s peatlands and peat swamp forests. Peatland ... of peatlands. Much of this area remains undeveloped, with swamps and soils intact. About a third of the area has been deforested through ...
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Conquering the Highlands - Slide 10
They are called accommodating species and include pines, spruces, birch ... sites of medium to high fertility, including the less acid peats, but because Norway spruce is less accommodating the proportion of ... grows well on drained peats, is highly productive on gley soils and grows best on well-drained deep soils in suitable high rainfall ...
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IPCC information sheets - Pollardstown Fen
The marginal types include wet grassland on mineral soils and Rush and Sedge dominated vegetation types on the wetter peats. As well as being important for vegetation types, the fen ...
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