UF/IFAS researchers start to pinpoint biological control for Brazilian peppertree (ufl.edu)
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A South American insect could help control the invasive Brazilian peppertree in places where it supplants critical habitat for many organisms, according to University of Florida and U.S. Department of Agriculture scientists.
In the Herald: May 19, 1914 – Sydney Morning Herald
In the Herald: May 19, 1914Sydney Morning HeraldSeveral worthies made speeches, including Mr John Stewart, hon. Secretary of the Highland Society of NSW, who promised “a real Highland welcome in Sydney as soon as the exigencies of your position admit”. Giving a fig about trees. Readers decried the …and more »
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