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River Red Gum Communities in the Northern & Yorke Region are suffering from decline and lack of regeneration

Surveys of the condition of river red gum communities in the mid-north of South Australia from 2008 to 2016 have returned alarming findings. Not only are the mature trees declining in condition, but there is no regeneration occurring to replace … Continue reading

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Diary of a red gum — October 2015

Catch up time to complete the red gum diary! In early October, the red gum lost a close neighbouring tree, when the adjacent red-flowering gum Corymbia ficifolia was removed after it succumbed to an infestation of borers, dying in a … Continue reading

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FINALLY SOME GOOD ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS!

The 2013 winter rains in south-eastern South Australia have produced the first effective flows to fill regional wetlands in more than a decade. The classic chain-of-ponds wetlands along the eastern side of the region’s parallel sand ridges have filled to … Continue reading

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