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Controlling chinese privet can be a grind.Author(s): James Hanula; John Taylor
Source: Forest Landowner
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationHanula, J.;Taylor, J. 2010. Controlling chinese privet can be a grind. Forest Landowner January/February 2010:34-36
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