The major features of an infestation by the invasive weed legume gorse (Ulex europaeus) on volcanic soils in Hawaii

@article{Leary2005TheMF,
  title={The major features of an infestation by the invasive weed legume gorse (Ulex europaeus) on volcanic soils in Hawaii},
  author={James J. K. Leary and Nguyen Van Hue and Paul W. Singleton and Dulal Borthakur},
  journal={Biology and Fertility of Soils},
  year={2005},
  volume={42},
  pages={215-223}
}
Gorse (Ulex europaeus) infestation occupies over 4,000 ha of agriculture and conservation lands on the southeastern slope of Mauna Kea on the Island of Hawaii. The aim of this investigation is to identify ecological features associated with this weed invasion by comparing the gorse-infested areas to the surrounding uninfested areas of this landscape. The soils within the gorse infestation are more acidic, resulting in higher levels of KCl-extractable Al and lower levels of Mehlich III… CONTINUE READING
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