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Evaluating Seed Increase Potential of Broadleaf Lupine

With the current emphasis on using native species for conservation and revegetation plantings, the need for seeds and plants often exceeds the supply available from direct wild seed collection. Public and private land managers are interested in developing reliable seed sources for some key species such as broadleaf lupine (Lupinus latifolius) to replace non-native species traditionally relied upon for erosion control and site stabilization.


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Author(s): Caitlin Cray, Dale Darris, David Doede, Joan D. C. Trindle

Publication: Native Plants: Propagating and Planting

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