broadleaved


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broadleaved

[ˈbrɔːdˈliːvd] ADJde hoja ancha
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lt;B Wentwood forest, near Newport, is being restored to a more natural state which means conifers are being replaced with broadleaved trees
In a field experiment, clonal plasticity in a four-connected ramet system of dwarf bamboo, Fargesia decurvata were studied under canopy, small gap, medium gap and large gaps in an evergreen broadleaved forest in the Jinfo Mountains, China.
I don't mean a bit of scrub in the valley bottom but a 1,000-acre broadleaved woodland.
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.
Under such conditions, sessile oak grows either in pure or mixed stands along with other broadleaved tree species such as European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.
But this year FC Wales has ordered 730,000 broadleaved trees to increase the diversity of Welsh Government woodlands and make them more resilient to climate change.
Ron was chairman of Warwickshire Wildlife Trust from 1989 to 1992 and was instrumental in establishing many of its reserves, such as the broadleaved woodlands at Clowes Wood and New Fallings Coppice.
Ron was chair of Warwickshire Wildlife Trust from 1989 to 1992 and was instrumental in establishing many of its reserves, such as the broadleaved woodlands at Clowes Wood and New Fallings Coppice.
The text includes general information on identifying trees, followed by sections on Oregon's native conifers and native broadleaved trees, common horticultural trees in the state, and Oregon's forests.