October 2012 

16/10/2012

David Gall (resident of Cardross) and Alan Mitchell (Woodland Trust) discuss options for managing rhodendendron ponticum in the Kilmahew woodlands. Ponticum is considered an invasive species, and its presence across the site raises questions about whether and how it ought to be removed.

Recorded and submitted by Michael Gallagher.


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