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

Keywords

PASPALUM VAGINATUM, seepage areas, salty water

First Page Number

474

Last Page Number

475

Abstract

PASPALUM VAGINATUM, aptly termed "sea shore paspalum" has an amazing ability to thrive in wet salty situations. It is also a good lawn grass.

Seed of the grass is not available but it may easily be established by planting pieces.

This article reviews where and how the grass may be used.

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