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SOLUTION 1

Fence and exclude from grazing

 

1.6  Supporting Resources

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Malcolm, C.V. (1964). Effect of salt, temperature and seed scarification on germination of two varieties of Arthrocnemum halocnemoides. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 47, 71–74.

Short, D.C. and Colmer, T.D. (1999). Salt tolerance in the halophyte Halosarcia pergranulata subsp. pergranulata. Annals of Botany, 83, 207–213. Measurements of the salt tolerance of samphire grown under controlled conditions in nutrient solution culture.

Rich, S.M, Ludwig, M. and Colmer, T.D. (2008). Photosynthesis in aquatic aquatic adventitious roots of the halophytic stem-succulent Tecticornia pergranulata (formerly Halosarcia pergranulata). Plant Cell and Environment (in press).

Pedersen O., Vos H. & Colmer T.D. (2006) Oxygen dynamics during submergence in the halophytic stem succulent Halosarcia pergranulata. Plant, Cell and Environment 29, 1388–1399.

English, J.P. (2004). Ecophysiology of salt- and waterlogging-tolerance in selectd species of Halosarcia. PhD thesis. School of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia, 331 pp. Study of three Halosarcia species from the Hannan’s Lake area near Kalgoorlie.

Datson, B (2005) Understanding Species Zonation of Samphires (Salicornieae) in the Goldfields of Western Australia

Trees, water and salt – an Australian guide to using trees for healthy catchments and productive farms (Stirzaker, Vertessy and Sarre) provides a comprehensive guide for those wishing to replant trees in response to dryland salinity. It can be ordered from the RIRDC Bookshop or a summary is available on this website

The National Dryland Salinity Program (NDSP 1993–2003) was the first national attempt to better understand the causes, impacts, costs and management options for preventing and/or overcoming dryland salinity. The final year of the program was dedicated to harvesting the knowledge and making it available to the diverse range of stakeholders through the Managing Dryland Salinity in Australia resource kit.

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