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Home Publications Native Plant: Propagation and Restoration Strategies Forb Seed Production and J.H. Stone Nursery

Forb Seed Production and J.H. Stone Nursery

J. Herbert Stone Nursery began producing native forb seed in 1996. Nursery seedbeds are established from source-identified wild seed populations collected on public lands. Each collection (seedlot) is maintained separately from other seedlots of the same species to prevent cross-pollination. Sowing, culturing, harvesting and storage practices for seed propagation are discussed. Keywords: Restoration, native plants, federal nurseries, seed propagation, public lands, source-identified seed, forbs

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Author(s): Steven Feigner

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