How To Use Chinese privet In A Sentence

  • Chinese privet is most abundant along margins of gravel and paved roads, where it often forms dense, impenetrable stands with relatively dark understories.
  • Of interest too are the ‘hot spots’ of occurrence indicated by the darkest shade, especially in the distributions of Chinese privet, multiflora rose, and kudzu.
  • Of the 18 species surveyed in this study, Microstegium, Japanese honeysuckle, Chinese privet, kudzu, and multiflora rose are among the most problematic invasive species on the Research Park and its component management areas.
  • Chinese privet is present in eight of the 16 management areas surveyed.
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