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Controlling exotic plants in your forestAuthor(s): James H. Miller
Source: Forest Landowner. 58(2): 60-64.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe author discusses the impacts of exotic plants and suggests control and rehabilitation measures. Trees, shrubs, and vines addressed include silk tree or mimosa, Chinese and Japanese privet, kudzu, multiflora rose, Japanese honeysuckle, and Chinese wisteria.
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CitationMiller, James H. 1999. Controlling exotic plants in your forest. Forest Landowner. 58(2): 60-64.
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