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Kudzu -- Goat InteractionsAuthor(s): Peter R. Mount
Source: International Conference on Forest Vegetation Management - Ecology, Practices and Policy. 1992 April 27 - May 1.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionResearchers at Tuskegee University have joined together to study the impact of grazing Angora goats on kudzu (Pueraria lobata). A pilot project funded by the Southern Forest Experiment Station of the USDA Forest Service was started in 1990. The problem was to find an environmentally acceptable way to control and eradicate kudzu in forest situations.
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CitationMount, Peter R. 1994. Kudzu -- Goat Interactions. International Conference on Forest Vegetation Management - Ecology, Practices and Policy. 1992 April 27 - May 1.
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