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Control of ornamentals gone wild: pampas grass, bamboo, English and Algerian ivy



Control of ornamentals gone wild: pampas grass, bamboo, English and Algerian ivy



Proceedings, 38th annual California weed conference: 162-170



Results of field trials in California to evaluate herbicides for control of Cortaderia selloana, C. jubata, Hedera canariensis, H. helix and Phyllostachys aurea are presented.

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