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Keyword: Eriogonum niveum

'Umatilla' snow buckwheat for rangeland restoration in the interior Pacific Northwest

Publications Posted on: June 05, 2012
Native plants are generally considered the best option for plant materials to restore productivity and diversity to degraded rangelands (McArthur 1988). It is difficult to find native plants capable of becoming established from seed in dense stands of introduced annual species such as cheatgrass. It has been easier to import species such as crested wheatgrass to restore perennial grasses on degraded rangelands.