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Site-specific grasses and herbs

Bernhard Krautzer

Site-specific grasses and herbs

seed production and use for restoration of mountain environments

by Bernhard Krautzer

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Published by Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alpine regions.
    • Subjects:
    • Grasses -- Alpine regions.,
    • Herbs -- Alpine regions.,
    • Grasses -- Seeds -- Alpine regions.,
    • Herbs -- Seeds -- Alpine regions.,
    • Mountain plants.,
    • Restoration ecology.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 110-111).

      Statementby Bernhard Krautzer, Giovanni Peratoner, Ferdinando Bozzo.
      SeriesPlant production and protection series,, no. 32, FAO plant production and protection series ;, no. 32.
      ContributionsPeratoner, Giovanni., Bozzo, Ferdinando., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK937 .K73 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 111 p. :
      Number of Pages111
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3454805M
      ISBN 109251051887
      LC Control Number2005373978
      OCLC/WorldCa57239225

      Over the past two decades, Heather has been committed to both domestic and international education and applied training in the fields of Horticulture and Sustainable Agricultural Business practices with an emphasis on site-specific solution gardening. She is delighted to bring all of that knowledge back to her hometown at Homestead Gardens. Occurring above treeline, this life zone corresponds to the Arctic tundra. Two main habitat types are found on the wind-swept peaks of the highest mountains: a tundra rock field where lichens predominate, and an alpine tundra-meadow with herbs, .

      Management plans for these areas generally encourage a mixture of early successional grasses, herbs, shrubs, and saplings, since these combinations are the most valuable for wildlife. growing site specific natives. I grew some grasses Themeda, Dantizonia, Dichelachne, Echinopogon, Poa aftinis, etc. I would like to grow grasses from this area as well as improve my identification skills. We have just bought a property with acres of bush and 50 acres cleared. I would like to return some of the 50 acres to native grass.

      @article{osti_, title = {Secondary succession of arthropods and plants in the Arizona Sonoran Desert in response to transmission-line construction}, author = {Johnson, C.D. and Beley, J.R. and Ditsworth, T.M. and Butt, S.M.}, abstractNote = {At a site about 16 km south of Black Canyon City, Arizona, density of arthropods on an undisturbed plot after an access road . The public is invited to tour six private gardens in Falls Village, Norfolk, Sharon, Sherman, and Washington, on Saturday, participating in the Garden Conservancy's Open Days program, on .


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