Ti Tree

In 2016-17-the Department of Environment and Environment and Natural Resources undertook a soil and land suitability assessment for irrigated agriculture in the Ti Tree area.

The project investigated 13,563ha of private and Aboriginal land and identified more than 10,000ha suitable for a range of irrigated agricultural crops.

The investigation area is within the Ti Tree Water Control District where water extraction for irrigation purposes is subject to the Ti Tree Water Allocation Plan 2020-2030.

Ti Tree locality map

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Soil and land

The following report and maps document the soil and land factors likely to impact irrigated agricultural development and highlight the crops most suited to the study area.

Water

Read more information related to water allocation in the Ti Tree Water Allocation Plan area:

Contact

For further information contact rangelands@nt.gov.au

Last updated: 20 August 2020

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