Biology, Ecology and Management of Scotch Broom

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Scotch broom is a highly invasive perennial shrub. It can be recognized by its bright yellow flowers, clover-like leaves, and shrubby growth habit. Because control is difficult once this species becomes established, prevention and early detection are key to its management. Color, 11 pages.

  • Copyright2010
  • AuthorMelissa Graves, Jane Mangold and Jim Jacobs
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