Removing Chinese privet from riparian forests still benefits pollinators five years later


Keywords: Invasive plants Chinese privet Long term Pollinators Bees Butterflies a b s t r a c t Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) is an invasive shrub of the Southeastern U.S. that forms dense stands and limits biodiversity. It was removed from heavily infested riparian forests of the Georgia Piedmont in 2005 by mulching machine or chainsaw felling and… (More)

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