Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Litsea glutinosa,Indian Laurel, Indiese lourier or ukwatapheya-mbumbulu

Crispin Hemson in seek and destroy mode



We have posted an additional picture to show how great a problem Litsea is as an invasive.  Very little else can compete.  It is best to remove Litsea before it sets seed and becomes a food source for birds and spreads far and wide. Litsea glutinosa (commonly known as the Indian Laurel, Indiese lourier or ukwatapheya-mbumbulu), is self seeding in huge numbers in warmer sections of KZN.

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