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Title: Are we failing on weeds?
Author: Cullen, Ross
Date: Feb-2009
Publisher: Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand.
Citation: Cullen, R. (2009) Are we failing on weeds? Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand newsletter, February.
Item Type: News Item
Abstract: New Zealand has several systems in place to prevent entry, eradicate, contain, provide surveillance of weeds. The success of those efforts is far less than some of us hope for and the numbers of naturalised weedy plants, and the areas they occupy, are in almost all cases still increasing. Should we care?
Description: Non-refereed article published in the EIANZ New Zealand divisional newsletter. Also published in the NZ Plant Conservation Network newsletter Trilepidea, 63, February 2009.
Persistent URL (URI): http://hdl.handle.net/10182/4881
Related: www.eianz.org
Related URI: http://www.eianz.org/publications/cid/70/parent/0/pid/6/t/publications/title/2009
Rights: Copyright © The Author.
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