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Studies on new method for the fixation drifting sand dune. Korean


, : Studies on new method for the fixation drifting sand dune. Korean. Res. Reps Off. Rur. Develop. Suwon, 7: 2, 79-89. bibl. 27

The adapted species used successfully to establish cover on seriously eroded sand dunes included Ammophila arenaria, A. breviligulata, Eragrostis curvula, Panicum virgatum, Elymus dahuricus, Arundinella hirta, Themeda jap onica, Miscanthus sinensis and Cymbopogon aeoringii. N and P application was recommended. The grass-barricade method for stabilization was more effective than the straw-barricade method.

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