Re: tree lucerne, weeds and biodiversity

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Subject: Re: tree lucerne, weeds and biodiversity
From: "Robert Berry" <>
Date: Sun, 2 Aug 1998 19:04:21 +1000
Hi Michael

If you think that I was going in to bat for weeds you have mistaken my
purpose ( although I have heard you speak in praise of tree lucerne). My
point was more prosaic. If there are thousands of examples why has Paul
chosen the Lyrebirds of Sherbrooke forest? Rumours of its demise are much
exaggerated. Further, if other threatening processes were controlled (
principally foxes ) it could get on with weed control all by itself - you
should watch them, Michael, they're really quite good at it.


> From: Michael Norris <>

> > > From: Paul Peake <>
> > >.........................There are thousands of examples of weeds
leading to the demise of birds and other animals and plants.  Superb
Lyrebirds at Sherbrooke Forest near Melbourne...

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