Woody plant restoration and natural regeneration in wet meadow at Coomonderry Swamp on the south coast of New South Wales

@inproceedings{Jong2000WoodyPR,
  title={Woody plant restoration and natural regeneration in wet meadow at Coomonderry Swamp on the south coast of New South Wales},
  author={Nivja H. de Jong},
  year={2000}
}
  • Nivja H. de Jong
  • Published 2000
  • Biology
  • This study investigated planting techniques and natural regeneration of indigenous woody species within degraded wet meadow wetland at Coomonderry Swamp. Planting tubestock directly into existing vegetation was practical and cost-effective. Clearing of plots allowed infiltration of weeds, early growth of tubestock was inhibited, acid sulfate soils were exposed, and open inundated plots were choked by algae. After four years, Melaleuca ericifolia and Melaleuca linariifolia showed good… CONTINUE READING

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