Predictive relationships to assist fertiliser use decision-making in eucalypt plantations – FWPA Webinar

This FWPA funded project represents collaboration between several forest growers across southern Australia and focussed on developing practical methods for identifying plantations more likely to show significant growth responses to fertiliser.  

Chris Szota is a plant ecophysiologist, with experience in studying nutrient uptake mechanisms and drought tolerance at restored mine-sites and eucalypt plantations.  

Chris worked as a Silvicultural Research Forester in Albany, WA from 2006 to 2010 and now works as a Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne.  

Chris’ current role involves projects focussed on using vegetated systems to reduce the volume of polluted stormwater generated by urban areas; specifically green roofs, biofiltration systems and street tree systems.  

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