Weedy pasture plants for salinity control: Sowing the seeds of destruction

The tall weedy pasture plant tall wheat grass (Lophopyrum ponticum) has the potential to invade more than half the state of Victoria and is putting numerous threatened species at risk. It is a far greater threat than the salinity problem it is meant to solve.

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