Indigenous shrub regeneration through Scotch broom

Data associated with Burrows et al. 2015. which describes a field experiment assessing the effect of common broom management practices on the germination, growth and survival of six indigenous woody species in a South Island dryland setting.

Burrows L,  Cieraad E, Head N 2015. Scotch broom facilitates indigenous tree and shrub germination and establishment in dryland New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 39(1): 61-70.

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Author Cieraad, Ellen
Maintainer Larry Burrows
Maintainer Email Larry Burrows
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Language English
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Record created April 10, 2017, Last Updated October 16, 2018