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Biology and control of gorse (Ulex europaeus L.). 1. Influence of 3 cultivation systems on re-establishment of gorse after cutting or burning. 2. Gorse response to 2 lime and phosphorus rates; effects of 2 types of management and competition from pasture species



Biology and control of gorse (Ulex europaeus L.). 1. Influence of 3 cultivation systems on re-establishment of gorse after cutting or burning. 2. Gorse response to 2 lime and phosphorus rates; effects of 2 types of management and competition from pasture species



Proceedings of the Mediterranean Herbicide Symposium, Madrid, 1978 (Vol. 2): 189-208



1. When establishing pasture species after cutting or burning gorse, management techniques played an important part in checking regrowth, which was less after ploughing than after preparing a seedbed with a cultivator. High sowing density of pasture species led to increased competition which checked regrowth on burned sites. On cut sites regrowth was much less in any case.2.

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