Research article Tolerance of Pinus radiata to grass competition.
A. E. Beveridge and B. K. Klomp
A note describing the performance of P. radiata planted on farm pasture and on a site cleared of native forest and invaded by grass. The indications are that good-quality planting stock (11/2 + 0 or 2 + 0 seedlings, conditioned for planting by repeated wrenching - cf. FA 34, 1632) can compete with certain grasses and give acceptable survival and growth. (no keywords)
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