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In capeweed, Dunbabin (2001) found a negative correlation between plant size and length of growing season, which he considered to be an adaptation to the more intensive grazing pressure likely to occur in high rainfall areas.
Genetic Variation in the Outbreeding Coloniser Capeweed in South-Western Australia, pp: 51-62.
Capeweed, iceplant, and Cape, Algerian, and English ivy were brought in as speedy ground covers.
Furthermore, non-leguminous species, such as capeweed (Artotheca calendula) and annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum), are major components of pastures in southern Australia (Rossiter 1966).
An annual pasture consisting of varieties of subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) was sown in June 1994, and capeweed (Arctotheca calendula) also became a major pasture component.