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T. fluminensis, an invasive weed of New Zealand, eastern Australia and Florida, carpets the ground in canopy-depleted native forest remnants and preve...Read more
The decline of seeds of a natural population of arable weeds under a grass sward was monitored by germination in the field. Plots of 0.9 m2 were dug o...Read more
A difference equation model of the population dynamics of R. cochinchinensis was developed for a maize cropping system. The model was used to estimate...Read more
The persistence of populations of the economically important bunchgrass Themeda triandra in rangeland depends on seedling recruitment. A 25-factorial ...Read more
Agricultural intensification has resulted in the reduction and fragmentation of species-rich grasslands across much of western Europe. We examined the...Read more
Combining several crop species and associated agricultural practices in a crop sequence has the potential to control weed abundance while promoting we...Read more
Globally the prevalence and impact of invasive non-native plant species is increasing rapidly. Experimentally based research aimed at supporting manag...Read more
Invasive plants destroy the structure and function of many ecosystems but removal is expensive, so the likelihood of success should be assessed before...Read more
Coupled plant-herbivore models, allowing feedback from plant to herbivore populations and vice versa, enable us to predict the impact of biocontrol ag...Read more
1. Across Europe, farmland bird populations have continued to decline since the 1970s owing to the intensification of farming practices. Studies of su...Read more