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Does Geijera parviflora Lindl. (Rutaceae) facilitate understorey species in semi-arid Australia?
Species composition under tree canopies often differs from that of surrounding micro-environments. In arid and semi-arid zones, trees can be beneficial to understorey vegetation. This study examinedExpand
Short‐term gain and long‐term pain: Lessons learnt from the control of Lachnagrostis filiformis (fairy grass) in Victoria, Australia
Although herbicide applications, slashing, grazing and burning were found to be effective in controlling the blown L. filiformis seed heads in the short term, they failed to prevent subsequent reinvasion and can increase its abundance in the long term. Expand
A unique weed problem - the control of fairy grass Lachnagrostis filiformis seedheads on Lake Learmonth in western Victoria.
The native fairy grass (Lachnagrostis filiformis (G. Forst.) Trin.) has colonised extensive areas of dry lake beds in western Victoria during the current drought. Large numbers of the plants’Expand