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   Rubus discolor (藤本植物,攀援植物)  English   
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         管理信息

    ??(Rubus discolor)??????????,????????????,????????????????????????,????????????????????????????????????,??????????????????????,??????????????,????????????????????,????????????????????,????????????????????(??????????, 2005;???, 2003;?????)?

    ????:????,??????,2,4,5 T??????????????,???????(Rubus discolor)(??? R.L., 1972)?????????(1964)??????????????,???????????2?????,5?????,???????????????????(??? /?)???95%????? ,???2,4,5T ,???1,2?4??,???? 75,85?93% ????? ?
    ?????2%??????,??,?????????100%???????? ,??????(???? pers.comm, 2006)?

    ????:????????????Phragmidium violaceum(?????),????????,????????????????,???????,???????????????????????Phragmidium violaceum?????????????????????,????,???????,????????????????????,???????????????(Rubus discolor)???????????,?????????????Rubus???(??????????, 2005; DiTomaso, 2006;??????, 1992???????, 1984)?
    ??????????,?????????,????,???????????Rubus spp. (R. Hawai'iensis, ? R. macraei)? English   



         地点特有的管理信息
    Australia
    Control measures include heavy grazing in autumn to prevent cane tip rooting, several foliage spray applications of picloram, 2,4,5 T or aminotriazole + ammonium thiocyanate in summer or picloram granules applied in late winter (Amor, R.L., 1972).

    Goats have a long history of use for blackberry control, particularly in Australia and New Zealand where they have been used since the 1920s. Goats eat blackberries readily, and seem to prefer them over other plants. An economic analysis in Australia showed that running goats on a blackberry-infested pasture was cheaper than using herbicides to manage the berries (Cox, 2003).

    Maui Is.
    R. discolor plants on East Maui have been treated with a 10% Garlon 4 in oil basal stem method (Starr et al. 2003).
    New Zealand
    Goats have a long history of use for blackberry control, particularly in Australia and New Zealand where they have been used since the 1920s. Goats eat blackberries readily, and seem to prefer them over other plants. An economic analysis in Australia showed that running goats on a blackberry-infested pasture was cheaper than using herbicides to manage the berries (Cox, 2003).


         管理资源 /链接

    1. Alaska Natural Heritage Program. 2005. Himalayan blackberry - Rubus discolor Weihe & Nees. Environment and Natural Resources Institute: University of Alaska Anchorage.

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ISSG Landcare Research NBII IUCN University of Auckland