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Author Andreas, Jennifer E.,
Title Biology and biological control of common gorse and Scotch broom / Jennifer E. Andreas, Rachel L. Winston, Eric M. Coombs, Timothy W. Miller, Michael J. Pitcairn, Carol Bell Randall, Susan Turner, and Wyatt Williams.
Imprint Morgantown, WV : United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team, 2017.

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 ONLINE GOVERNMENT PUBLICATION  A 13.110/18:2017-1    ONLINE  
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 ONLINE GOVERNMENT PUBLICATION  A 13.110/18:2017-1    ONLINE  
Author Andreas, Jennifer E.,
Series FHTET ; 2017-01.
Technology transfer.
FHTET (Series) ; 2017-01.
Technology transfer (United States. Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team)
Subject Gorse -- Biological control -- United States.
Scotch broom -- Biological control -- United States.
Weeds -- Biological control -- United States.
Alt Name Winston, Rachel,
Coombs, Eric M.,
Miller, Timothy W.,
Pitcairn, Michael J.,
Randall, Carol Bell,
Turner, Susan (Susan C.),
Williams, Wyatt,
United States. Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team,
Description 1 online resource (149 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps (some color).
Note "September 2017"--Cover.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 130-139).
Note Description based on online resource, PDF version; title from title page (USFS, viewed May 14, 2018).
OCLC # 1025336032
Additional Format Print version: Andreas, Jennifer E. Biology and biological control of common gorse and Scotch broom (OCoLC)1038531977.


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