Research article Development of a bioherbicide to control gorse and broom in New Zealand: research update
J. Frohlich and A. Gianotti
Christchurch, New Zealand: New Zealand Institute of Forestry.
Since 1991, Landcare Research has conducted a research programme towards developing the fungus Fusarium tumidum as a bioherbicide for gorse and broom. In this research update, we summarise progress made to date, with particular emphasis on recent work on host range testing, formulation, application and field efficacy. (no keywords)
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