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Soil drainage - Moderately poor draining (Water table >0.5m below ground level )


These soils can have the water table near the surface for short periods after heavy rain and during winter wet periods. The water table subsides between rain events and over summer months can be fairly deep. These soils are slow to drain but do drain.


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