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Perhaps as many as 10% of the world’s 300,000 woody plants, have the potential to invade other ecosystems
Ecosystems that support fertile soils, water and clean air and provide the base for services and industries, such as, farming etc.; all essential for human life and livelihoods, are vulnerable to the multiplicity of pathways for IAS introduction.