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Propagation protocol for production of Lomatium triternatum (Pursh) Coulter and Rose seeds

Posted date: June 25, 2013
Publication Year: 
2012
Authors: Tilley, Derek; St. John, Loren; Ogle, Dan; Shaw, Nancy L.; Cane, Jim
Publication Series: 
Miscellaneous Publication
Source: Aberdeen, Idaho: U.S. Department of Agriculture, NRCS, Aberdeen Plant Materials Center; Native Plant Network. Online: http://www.nativeplantnetwork.org/Network/ViewProtocols.aspx?ProtocolID=3907

Abstract

Nineleaf biscuit is native to western North America, occurring from northeastern California to British Columbia and east to Alberta and Colorado. Seed matures in July or August. Wildland seed is easily hand collected. The seed disarticulates readily from the stems, and very clean, small collections can be made by shaking ripened inflorescences over a bag or tarp.

Citation

Tilley, Derek; St. John, Loren; Ogle, Dan; Shaw, Nancy; Cane, Jim. 2012. Propagation protocol for production of Lomatium triternatum (Pursh) Coulter and Rose seeds. Aberdeen, Idaho: U.S. Department of Agriculture, NRCS, Aberdeen Plant Materials Center; Native Plant Network. Online: http://www.nativeplantnetwork.org/Network/ViewProtocols.aspx?ProtocolID=3907