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Equipment and strategies to enhance the post-wildfire establishment and persistence of Great Basin native plants
St. John, Loren. 2009. Equipment and strategies to enhance the post-wildfire establishment and persistence of Great Basin native plants. Progress Report: September 2008. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Aberdeen Plant Materials Center. 4 p.
The objectives of this project are to: examine seeding techniques for Wyoming big sagebrush; test seeding technology for native species, particularly native forbs; compare the ability of a modified rangeland drill and an experimental minimum-till drill to plant native seed species of diverse size and to reduce surface disturbance; apply and examine the use of USGS proposed monitoring protocols for gauging seeding success for both the short and long term; and provide plantings for long-term examination of livestock on diversity in native seedings.
Keywords: Wyoming big sagebrush, forbs, rangeland drill, minimum-till drill
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Electronic Publish Date: June 18, 2010
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