Parasitic Plants in African Agriculture
Parasitic Plants in African Agriculture brings together for the first time in a single volume, the ecology, biology, damage, and control of all groups of African parasitic plants including both the relatively few parasites introduced to the continent as well as those native parasites that have spread from within Africa. The book covers the well-known witchweeds and broomrapes but also groups and species that have received less attention including mistletoes, dodders, rice vampire weed, and other species posing threats. [From the publisher]
Wallingford, United Kingdom
Botany | Plant Biology | Weed Science
Musselman, Lytton John and Rodenburg, Jonne, "Parasitic Plants in African Agriculture" (2023). Biological Sciences Faculty Books. 19.