• Biology, Environmental Science
  • Published 1985

THE SPREAD OF NATIVE AUSTRALIAN PLANTS AS WEEDS

@inproceedings{Kloot1985THESO,
  title={THE SPREAD OF NATIVE AUSTRALIAN PLANTS AS WEEDS},
  author={P. M. Kloot},
  year={1985}
}
The native vegetation of South Australia is ill-adapted to survive disturbance such as that imposed by agriculture. Yet 10 species unintentionally introduced and 16 species deliberately introduced from other parts of Australia are established to a greater or lesser extent in South Australia. Furthermore, IS species native to South Australia have survived the disturbance caused by agriculture and in some cases have become minor weeds. Apart from the intentionally introduced species which are… CONTINUE READING

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