Tamarix spp. (ITIS)
Saltcedar, salt cedar, tamarisk
Eurasia (Carman and Brotherson 1982)
Early 1800s (Carman and Brotherson 1982)
Ornamental (Carman and Brotherson 1982)
Lowers the water table and creates large deposits of salt in the soil (Di Tomaso 1998)
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Carman, J.G., and J.D. Brotherson. 1982. Comparisons of sites infested and not infested with saltcedar and Russian olive. Weed Science 30:360-364.
Di Tomaso, J.M. 1998. Impact, biology, and ecology of saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) in the southwestern United States. Weed Technology 12(2):326-336.
Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Tamarix. [Accessed Sep 10, 2014].