Hi all, New to this forum, so thanks for having me. I have a parcel of land In northern Victoria, the land is in dry land area with an average rainfall of 450mm. The property has quite a few stands of Yellow Gum trees which have been shedding leaves for many years. I have noticed that the leaves have decomposed and left what seems like some quite good soil underneath. In some places, some good pasture has developed as a result of this soil. My question is, would it be ok to scrape the soil under the gum trees and disperse and mix it in other locations on my property to add some fertility? Or is this a bad idea? Thanks.