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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Authors

G R W Meadly

Keywords

Oxalis pes-caprae, weed control, Western Australia

First Page Number

881

Last Page Number

883

Abstract

DURING winter and spring, the yellow colouration of paddocks is not always due to the flowers of the widely distributed Capeweed.

In some districts, particularly in the Avon Valley, the yellow-flowered soursob (Oxalis pes-caprae L.), has become firmly established.

The genus Oxalis contains 800 or more different species, the two main natural centres of distribution being South Africa and tropical and extra-tropical South America.

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