Mallee Seeps Decision Tree
A tool for the identification and rehabilitation of Mallee Seeps
What is a Mallee Seep?
A Mallee Seep is an area affected by a localised perched water table that brings water and salt to the surface soil layers that can result in surface ponding and bare saline scalding over time.
This should not be confused with other forms saline land degradation, such as:
as each has unique critical driving factors and therefore require different management strategies to overcome them.
The first thing you should do is determine whether you have a Mallee Seep. Click the link below to read our quick guide on how to accurately identify a Mallee Seep.
Click on any of the links below to find out more information.
How to establish a peizometer and monitor water levels over time
How to use satellite NDVI to assess and better manage Mallee Seep sites
Tips for establishing puccinellia and tall wheat grass
Tips for strategic lucerne establishment and management.