Better left alone: Trying to control pasture grasses in untended rainforest plantings incurs multiple costs and delivers few benefits

Julian Radford-Smith & John Dwyer
1. Rainforest revegetation projects often deliver suboptimal outcomes due to the recolonisation of invasive pasture grasses, but little is known about the effects of grass reinvasion on the survival and growth of established saplings. Even less is known about the costs and benefits of controlling pasture grasses once they have reinvaded. 2. To address these knowledge gaps, we implemented a split-plot grass control experiment in a two-year old subtropical rainforest restoration planting in South East...
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