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Cool season weed invasion of improved subtropical pastures



Cool season weed invasion of improved subtropical pastures



Proceedings of the Sixth Australian Weeds Conference, 1981 (Volume 1): 29-33



The cool season weeds Cirsium vulgare, Conyza bonariensis and Lepidium bonariense are opportunistic invaders of subhumid, subtropical pastures of improved fertility status resulting from legume establishment. The incidence of these weeds appears cyclical in relation to climatic sequences but their presence appears not to affect animal production. This study follows the behaviour of L. bonariense in a year in which it predominates.

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