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Soil and Land Suitability Survey of the former Mutdapilly Research Station, South East Queensland - HVM

This publication set describes the soils of Mutdapilly Research Station in South East Queensland. Approximately 845 hectares were mapped at 1:10000 scale during 1985 and 1989 (this mapping was completed in two stages as the property expanded). The landscape was assessed using the grid survey method and seventeen soil profile classes were identified.

Mutdapilly Research Station was closed in 2010 and the land sold off. The research facilities were relocated to Gatton.

View more on [soil and land management] (http://www.qld.gov.au/environment/land/soil).

Publication and resources

  • Soil reportPDF

    This 1985 report describes the first phase of soils mapping on Mutdapilly Research Station in South East Queensland.

  • Soil and land suitability reportPDF

    This 1989 report describes the second phase of soils mapping on Mutdapilly Research Station in South East Queensland, as well as a suitability framework for various agricultural management options.

  • Soils mapPDF

    This is a soils map of Mutdapilly Research Station. It includes mapping data from both the 1985 and 1989 projects. This map can be viewed in Google Earth via the Queensland Globe. It can also be downloaded in spatial data format. For...

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Category Environment, land and water
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
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Environment and Science, Queensland Government, Soil and Land Suitability Survey of the former Mutdapilly Research Station, South East Queensland - HVM, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 15 November 2019

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