UPM publishes article on Typha Domingensis in the SEMh newsletter

A team from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) has published an article on Typha Domingensis in issue 98 of the newsletter of the Spanish Society of Malherbology (SEMh).This society, founded in 1989, is a non-profit organisation of scientific, technical and social interest that was set up to promote the activities of the various groups of professionals working in the field of Malherbology.

The article, written by María Dolores Curt and Pedro Luis Aguado, is entitled "Valorisation of a potential weed: Typha Domingensis Pers" and, as well as dealing with the characteristics of the plant, it also describes the work being carried out with it in the LIFE Biomass C+ project.

If you want to read the full article you can find it in this link, or in the Downloads section of this page.