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Synonyms for broadleaf

having relatively broad rather than needlelike or scalelike leaves

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Over the last three winters, I have planted 35,000 native broadleaves and 7,000 conifers on what were conifer sites.
Appreciable amounts of weed biomass ([C.sub.3] broadleaves) were still recorded after glyphosate application at the elevated [C[O.sub.2]] treatment, resulting in a significant [C[O.sub.2]] by herbicide interaction (Table 2, Fig.
It is now used for all the temperate rainforests that are clearly dominated by evergreen broadleaves, both in the Northern Hemisphere (where they occur from the Canary Islands to Japan and from the northern shores of the Black Sea to southern China) and in the Southern Hemisphere (in Tasmania, in southeast Australia and in New Zealand).
"Our ultimate aim is to make our forests more resilient to pests and diseases and we are heartened that the Woodland Trust (Coed Cadw) is to seize this opportunity to undertake change of structure and species within Wentwood Forest by planting native broadleaves."
Mixed broadleaves and sitka spruce were planted on 3.5ha at Bwlch Cefn Llian, just north of Rhayader, but they failed because the area was too wet.
"Hamsterley is such a wonderful place - a mosaic of habitats with conifers, broadleaves, hill tops, valleys and wild hay meadows."
The evergreen broadleaf forests of Asia contain the most delicate Japanese and Chinese landscapes, inseparably linked to evergreen broadleaves like the oranges and the camellias, such as tea, and the culture associated with it, which spread all over the world from the Orient in the last few centuries.
"Botanical diversity on CRP sites throughout Missouri varies from near monocultures of tall fescue [a tame grass] to very diverse mixtures of weedy annual grasses and broadleaves," Joost reported at a Soil and Water Conservation Society conference on converting CRP acres to farmland, held in June 1995 in Lincoln.
Most of the trees, which come from Delamere nursery in Cheshire, will be conifers but about 730,000 will be broadleaves as Forestry Commission Wales plants a greater variety of species to make our woodlands more resilient to the effects of climate change.
Part of the work will include speeding the restoration of 132 acres of ancient woodland by removing conifers and non-native broadleaves like sycamore.
FC Wales is increasing the variety of trees it plants annually to make forests more resilient to the effects of climate change, and the species that have gone missing include Western Red Cedar, Norway and Sitka spruce, as well as mixed broadleaves.
It will create a new woodland of around 250 hectares of native broadleaves with a mosaic of around 120 hectares of open space.