Substances & Homeopatic Remedies

Sarothamnus scoparium

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http://www.pfc.forestry.ca/biodiversity/broom_e.html
http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/b/broom-70.html
http://jksalescompany.com/dw/herbsandoil.html

'From The Fertilization of Flowers, by Professor H. Mueller, pp. 195-6

Additional Reading:

Nilsen, E.; Karpa, D.; Mooney, H.; Field, C. 1993. Patterns of stem photosynthesis in two invasive legumes (Cytisus scoparius, Spartium junceum) of the California coastal region. Am. J. Bot. 80:1126-1136.Peterson, D.; Prasad, R. 1997. The biology of Canadian weeds, Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link. Can. J. Pl. Sci. 78:497-504.Prasad, R. 1997. Evaluation of some fungi for bioherbicidal potential against Scotch broom under greenhouse conditions. Proc. Weed Science Society of America, Chicago, Feb. 8-12. 1997. Vol. 39:93-94Prasad, R. 1998. Impact of some exotic weeds (Scotchbroom and grose) on forest crop in British Columbia. Proc. Western Soc. Weed Sci., Hawaii. March 8-12, 1998.Smith, J.; Hosking, J. 1994. Broom in Australia. Oreg. Dept. Agric. Weed Contr. Prog., Broom/Gorse Q. 3:1-4.Williams, P.A. 1981. Aspects of ecology of broom (Cytisus scoparius) in Canterbury, N.Z. N.Z. J. Bot. 32:373-383.
Zielke, K.; Boateng, J.; Caldicott, N.; Williams, H. 1992. Broom and Gorse: A forestry perspective problem analysis. B.C. Ministry of Forests, Queens printer Victoria, B.C. 20 p.