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Title: Long-term effects of burning on woody plant species sprouting on the False thornveld of Eastern Cape
Authors: Ratsele, C
Dube, S
Lesoli, MS
Keywords: Woody plant species
Woody plants
Fire sprouting
Woody species
Asparagus
Issue Date: Nov-2010
Publisher: GSSA
Citation: Ratsele, C, Dube, S and Lesoli, MS. 2010. Long-term effects of burning on woody plant species sprouting on the False thornveld of Eastern Cape. Grassroots, vol. 10(4), pp 22-24
Series/Report no.: Workflow;5715
Abstract: Sprouting allows woody plant species to persist in a site after a wide range of disturbances (e.g. prolonged fire), where opportunities for seedling establishment are limited. A study to investigate long-term effects of fire sprouting of woody species was conducted at Honeydale section of the University of Fort Hare Research Farm.
Description: Copyright: 2010 GSSA.
URI: http://www.grassland.org.za/resources/publications/grassroots/2010/november-2010/5%20201011%20Ratsele.pdf/view
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