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Dispersal and persistence of feral oilseed rape – mechanisms and consequences.

Author:
  • Graham Begg
  • C Hawes
  • B Marshall
  • Tina D'hertefeldt
  • G Ramsay
  • M.W Young
  • Geoff Squire
  • G.M. Wright
Publishing year: 2002
Language: English
Document type: Conference paper: abstract

Keywords

  • Biological Sciences

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ESF Working Group Meeting<br/><br/>
2002-07-02 - 2002-07-03
Lille, France
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