Research article Biological control for invasive tree species
The possibility of biological control of invasive forest tree species is presented as an efficacious and commercially advantageous method for the forest industry to take responsibility for capricious regeneration. Seed-destroying agents have been utilised successfully in the past to resolve conflicts of interest in the containment of beneficial plant species. (no keywords)
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