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Ecology and management of invasive Pinaceae around the world: progress and challenges
Many species in the family Pinaceae are invaders. These species are relatively easy to control because of some of their intrinsic characteristics and because they are highly visible and easy to eliminate. Many Pinaceae ...
Alien conifer invasions in South America: short fuse burning?
(Springer Science+Business Media B.V., 2008)
Alien conifers have been widely planted in the Southern Hemisphere. Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, all with long histories of alien conifer planting, have major problems with invasive conifers (‘‘wildings’’). ...
Three centuries of managing introduced conifers in South Africa: Benefits, impacts, changing perceptions and conflict resolution
Alien conifers, mainly pines, have been planted in South Africa for a range of purposes for over 300 years. Formal plantations cover 660 000 ha of the country, and invasive stands of varying density occur on a further ...