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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Authors

G. R. W. Meadly

Keywords

Western Australia, Weeds, Contaminants, Identification, Wild turnip, Brassica Tournefortii Gouan.

First Page Number

441

Last Page Number

446

Abstract

Although wild turnip has had a comparatively short history in Western Australia, it is one of the most widespread weeds in this State. Like many of our other annual weeds it is native to the Mediterranean region, but there is no information in literature to suggest that it has become a similar problem in any other country.

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