Lower Roper

Surveys for soil and land suitability assessment for irrigated agriculture for the southern Flying Fox Station (2021) have been completed in 2 parts.

Part A – Land Resources and General Land Capability

Part B – Digital Soil Mapping and Crop Specific Land Suitability

A survey of the soils of the upper Roper floodplains was conducted in 1976 assessing the suitability of the alluvial plains on Moroak Station for irrigation.

View the survey location on NR Maps.

Lower Roper locality map

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Soil and land

Soil and Land Assessment of the Southern Part of Flying Fox Station for Irrigated Agriculture

Part A: Land Resources and General Land Capability (2021)

The following report and information products document the soils and land capability assessment over the study area.

Soil and Land Assessment of the Southern Part of Flying Fox Station for Irrigated Agriculture

Part B: Digital Soil Mapping and Crop Specific Land Suitability (2021)

The following report and information products document the soils and land suitability for specific crops over the study area.

Soils of the Upper Roper Plains – Moroak Station (1976)

A soil survey assessed the suitability of the alluvial plains on Moroak Station for irrigation.

Vegetation

Vegetation Communities of the Southern Part of Flying Fox Station (2018)

The following report documents the vegetation associated with the study area in southern Flying Fox Station.

Contact

For further information contact rangelands@nt.gov.au


Last updated: 02 July 2021

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