broad-leaved


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having relatively broad rather than needlelike or scalelike leaves

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Among the 43 nests located without searching in one particular vegetation type, six nests (14%) were found in broad-leaved forest, although the broad-leaved forest covers an area of 24.
Other plants listed by Natural England and named in the Weeds Act 1959 are: Common Ragwort, Spear Thistle, Creeping or Field Thistle, Curled Dock and Broad-leaved Dock.
Glyphosate is essentially used on plants including grasses, sedges, broad-leaved weeds and woody plants as well as great variety of genetically modified crops.
The forest is a mid-mountain moist evergreen broad-leaved forest, in which Fagaceae, Lauraceae, Magnoliaceae and Theaceae are the dominant species with an average height of 9-9.
It also controls existing broad-leaved weeds such as dandelions, daisies and buttercups and control moss.
Among the creatures that vanished were eel-like fish called conodonts, early crocodilians, tree lizards and many broad-leaved plants.
Vietnam produces only one type of broad-leaved tobacco of the Virginia type.
The saplings were newly planted in a mixed, broad-leaved woodland and are believed to have come from infected nursery stock.
The answer is that fruit trees, unlike broad-leaved trees, require aftercare, which costs money.
s] will change along an extended successional series in the evergreen broad-leaved forest of eastern China.
A utility lawn comprises tough varieties like Perennial Ryegrass, Crested Dog's Tail, Timothy and Lesser Timothy and a range of broad-leaved meadow grasses.
In northern European forests in the temperate--boreal transition zone, human activities were responsible for a decline of broad-leaved forests and expansion of spruce (Bradshaw & Hannon, 1992; Lindbladh et al.
The trees and shrubs are all native broad-leaved, so should be growing well into the next century.
In primary and secondary evergreen broad-leaved forest or scrub in limestone area.
Glyphosate, imazapyr, triclopyr and clopyralid are effective on a range of plants, from woody brush to grasses and broad-leaved perennials.