Biological Control of Giant Reed (Arundo donax): Economic Aspects
Arundo donax is a large, invasive weed consuming large quantities of water in the riparian area of the Texas Rio Grande Basin. With water availability a concern to the area, the USDA-ARS is investigating biological control agents to increase available water, creating a benefit to both the region’s economy and society in general.
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- Robinson, John R. C. & Lacewell, Ronald D. & Stoll, John R. & Freeman, Roger, 1992. "Estimating agricultural benefits from drainage over a relatively level terrain," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 21(1-2), pages 79-91, June.
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