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Collecting, processing, and germinating seeds of western wildland plants.

Collecting, processing, and germinating seeds of western wildland plants.

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Published by Office of the Regional Administrator for Federal Research (Western Region), Science and Education Administration, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Available from Science and Education Administration, Renewable Resource Center in Berkeley, Calif, Reno, Nev .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant propagation.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesAgricultural reviews and manuals -- 3.
    ContributionsUnited States. Science and Education Administration. Office of the Regional Administrator for Federal Research (Western Region)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 38 p. :
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17825872M

    Western and Rocky Mountain states; North and Corvallis Plant Materials Center Technical Report: Collecting, Processing, and Germinating Seeds of Wildland Plants. Timber Press, Portland, OR. Young, James A. and Cheryl G. Young. Seeds of Woody Plants in North America. Dioscorides. Native Plant Provision WildLands is a large-scale provider of native and ornamental species of trees, shrubs and grasses. We have a wide selection of flowering plants and a special wildflowers seed mix adapted for the interior western region of the United States.

    for Western Australia Seed Notes Seed Notes 11 page These Seed Notes aim to provide information on seed identification, collection, biology and germination for a wide range of seed types for Western Australian native species. They have been written and compiled by Anne Cochrane, Manager of DEC's Threatened Flora Seed Size: 1MB. Collecting, Processing & Germinating Seeds of Wildland Plants. J. Young and C. Young. Timber Press. ISBN Field Guides to the Native Plant Communities of Minnesota. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Available from Minnesota’s ookstore. A Garden of Wildflowers: Native Species and How to Grow Them. H. W. Art File Size: KB.

    Notes on Wildland Seed-Collecting by Judith Larner Lowry 11 pages A seed-collector of 15 years' experience looks at the obvious and less obvious results of spending time engaged in this ancient occupation. These notes were featured as part of a local museum exhibit called "Stories from the Land.". SPECIES: Cephalanthus occidentalis Collecting, processing and germinating seeds of wildland plants. Portland, OR: Timber Press. p. [] Bramble, W. C.; Goddard, M. K. Seasonal browsing of woody plants by white-tailed deer in the bear oak forest type. Journal of Forestry.


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Young, C. and Young, J. Seeds of Woody Plants in North America. Data compiled by Katie McGowan Ap