broadleaved


Also found in: Thesaurus.
Translations

broadleaved

[ˈbrɔːdˈliːvd] ADJde hoja ancha
References in periodicals archive ?
In his letter, he makes the point that letting a broadleaved wood grow too freely can do almost as much damage as careless chopping, because too much overhead cover can deprive groundcover plants of light and destroy established habitats.
He said: "They have been spotted in nearby broadleaved woodlands and at Wern y Wylan, near Llanddona and Llansadwrn.
The survey will look at species and their distribution on 350 mainly broadleaved woodland plots across England, Wales and part of Scotland.
A MEETING is being held in Margam Country Park tomorrow for local people to hear how Coed Cadw (the Woodland Trust) plans to restore beauty spot, Graig Fawr, to its former broadleaved glory.
Over the years, the authority has acquired 500 acres of broadleaved woodland in North Pembrokeshire and is actively managing it as well as providing public access.
In recent years, the trend has been to diversify and plant more broadleaved and mixed woodlands.
Clwyd West AM Alun Pugh, the National Assembly's Deputy Minister for Education and Lifelong Learning, paid a visit to Coed y Gopa, Abergele, to see for himself how Coed Cadw, the largest woodland conservation charity active in Wales, plans to restore this part ancient woodland site to its former broadleaved glory.
Since Amami Thrushes are reported to prefer mature broadleaved forests for habitat (BirdLife International 2001, MOE 2002), mature forests were predicted to contain a greater abundance of earthworms than did younger forests.
Think first of summer, annual weeds, both grassy and broadleaved, such as crabgrass, goosegrass, black medic, common knotweed and spotted spurge.
Background: The archipelago of MEnlaren is one of Sweden%s most valuable regions for broadleaved woodlands, with oaks and the other old trees growing in a semi-open habitat.
i] values in the southern area of evergreen broadleaved forest of Yunnan Province are listed in Table 2, as reported by Wang (1987).
Native broadleaved species generally have a greater biodiversity value and in the past two years 337 hectares of new native broadleaved woodland have been planted across the park.