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

Authors

G R W Meadly

Keywords

Senecio quadridentatus, weeds, Western Australia

First Page Number

781

Last Page Number

782

Abstract

INTRODUCED plants have provided most of our weed problems. Cape tulip, double gee and soursob come from South Africa, Saffron thistle, Paterson's curse, wild turnip and wild radish from Europe, mesquite from the southern United States and Bathurst burr from South America.

The relatively few native plants which have become troublesome weeds include Afghan thistle and Sarsaparilla.

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