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Keyword: Eriogonum umbellatum

Irrigation requirements for seed production of two Eriogonum species in a semiarid environment

Publications Posted on: November 13, 2017
Seeds of native plants are needed for rangeland restoration in the Intermountain West. Many of these plants are rarely cultivated and relatively little is known about the cultural practices required for their seed production. Irrigation trials were conducted over multiple years for two perennial Eriogonum species, Eriogonum umbellatum Torr. and Eriogonum heracleoides Nutt.

Irrigation to enhance native seed production for Great Basin restoration

Publications Posted on: October 07, 2015
Native shrublands and their associated grasses and forbs have been disappearing from the Great Basin as a result of grazing practices, exotic weed invasions, altered fire regimes, climate change and other human impacts. Native forb seed is needed to restore these areas.

Data product for "Role of a native legume in facilitating native vs. invasive species in sagebrush steppe before and after fire"

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
We conducted a field experiment near Reno, Nevada to determine if the native legume, Lupinus argenteus, is able to facilitate seedling establishment in an unburned and burned community in sagebrush steppe. We chose six treatments to identify specific mechanisms by which L.