Volume 8, Number 3
May - June 1959
Pasture management and the Euro problem in the North-West
E. H.M. Ealey and H. Suijdendorp
Some recent rural radio talks
D. C. Mickle, P. Beck, I. J. Miller, A. A. Holland, P. B. Lewis, R. D. Royce, K. Needham, and L. T. Jones
Editor: J.A. Mallett
Cover picture: The Salmon Gum (Eucalyptus salmonophloia) is found over a large tract of country eastward of a line from Mullewa in the north, through Carnamah, Moora, Brookton and Wagin down to Gnowangerup. Its shining lanceolate leaves and yellowish-pink to almost white bark make it one of our most attractive wheatbelt trees, and its timber is extensively used for mining purposes. The tree attains a height of 75 ft.