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Author Munro, Nicola.
Title Planting for wildlife : a practical guide to restoring native woodlands / by Nicola Munro and David Lindenmayer.
Imprint Collingwood, Vic. : CSIRO Pub., 2011.

Author Munro, Nicola.
Subject Forest restoration -- Australia.
Forests and forestry -- Australia.
Revegetation -- Australia.
Alt Name Lindenmayer, David.
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Provides the latest information on restoring woodlands, with particular emphasis on plantings as habitat for wildlife.
Contents Ch. 1 Why revegetate? -- Australia's land use history -- Why revegetate? -- scope of this book -- Why this book was written -- ch. 2 Where to revegetate -- Where to plant at a regional scale -- Where to plant at the landscape scale -- Where to plant at the farm scale -- Revegetation at multiple spatial scales -- ch. 3 Layout and composition of a planting -- Size, width and shape of a planting -- Which species to plant -- Density of plantings -- Including other features in a planting -- ch. 4 How to revegetate -- Different ways to establish a planting -- Sourcing plants -- Site preparation -- Weed control -- Fencing -- ch. 5 How to maintain and manage a planting -- Weeding -- Dead trees and fallen logs in plantings -- Grazing a planting -- Appreciating a planting -- ch. 6 How a planting changes over time -- Development of structural complexity -- Colonisation of plantings by plants -- Development of leaf litter, logs, hollows and mistletoe -- Colonisation of plantings by animals.
ISBN 9780643103139 (electronic bk.)
0643103139 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 713832753

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