This article is about Replanting blueberries: things to consider to prevent erosion and sediment loss. Soil is essentially a non-renewable resource because it erodes faster than it forms. In NSW, soil generally forms at 0.04 to 0.4 tonnes per hectare per year but losses from cultivated paddocks can be around 1 tonne per hectare per year. These rates of soil loss may not be obvious but a 1mm loss of topsoil per year represents a loss of around 14 tonnes per hectare per year.
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Categories: Australian Berry Journal, Blueberry, Climate, Irrigation, Nutrient Management, Soil, Spring 21