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Seeds of native plants are needed for rangeland restoration in the Intermountain West due to increasing rates of disturbance caused by non-native plant invasions and more frequent wildfires ( Balch et al., 2013 ; Liu and Wimberly, 2015 ). Postfire

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Fourwing saltbush seed yield and quality: Irrigation, fertilization, and ecotype effects Rangeland Ecol. Manag. 58 299 307 Plant Conservation Alliance 2015 National seed strategy for rehabilitation and restoration 2015–2020. BLM/WO/GI-15/012+7400. 50 p. 2

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., 2004 ; Meilleur et al., 1990 ). The geographic distribution of L. dissectum chemical properties is unknown. On modern rangelands, L. dissectum serves as the host to Depressaria leptotaeniae moth larvae that feed on umbel sheaths and umbels

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burning and provide nectar for recovering bee populations by the first or second year after fire (B. Love and J.H. Cane, personal communication). Commercial seed production of Dalea spp. and Astragalus spp. is needed for use in rangeland restoration

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virginiana after a single restoration treatment . Rangeland Ecol Manag . 78 ( 1 ): 112 – 116 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2021.06.002 . Foster S , Duke JA . 2014 . Peterson field guide to medicinal plants and herbs of eastern and central North

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( Jobidon et al., 1998 ; South and Mitchell, 1999 ). For restoration of koa forests and their important understory plants needed by endangered species, more rapid initial seedling growth gained by outplanting larger stock types may lead to quicker canopy

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Pennsylvania sedge is commonly used for forest restoration ( Mottl et al., 2006 ) and has horticultural potential as a shade-tolerant groundcover and low-maintenance lawn species ( Darke, 2007 ). This herbaceous perennial is native to dry deciduous

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Interest in the use of native species for revegetation and restoration has grown tremendously over the past decade due to the recent availability of planting materials ( Knapp and Rice, 1996 ) and increased awareness of the important role native

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rubber ( Hevea brasiliensis ) as well as in natural areas, rangelands, permanent grass pastures, and industrial vegetation management areas such as roadsides ( Senseman, 2007 ). Weed species controlled by aminopyralid include spiny amaranth ( Amaranthus

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legumes ( Posler et al., 1993 ). Both Illinois bundleflower and showy ticktrefoil are used for range revegetation or prairie restoration ( USDA, NRCS, 2010a ), but plant competition has a significant impact on Illinois bundleflower and other native legume

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