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Control & eradication of Himalayan balsam


Control & eradication of Himalayan balsam



Quarterly Journal of Forestry 96(2): 125-127



An outline is presented of a management plan for the control and eradication of Himalayan balsam (Impatiens glandulifera) in the UK. The tactics for control are the use of herbicides and cutting. For eradication, observation and planning are needed.

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