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    Author(s): Douglas A. Johnson; B. Shaun Bushman; Kishor Bhattarai; Kevin J. Connors
    Date: 2011
    Source: Native Plants Journal. 12(3): 249-256.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    Description

    Two natural-track selected germplasms of western prairie clover (Dalea ornata (Douglas ex Hook.) Eaton & J. Wright [Fabaceae]) have been released for use in revegetation of semiarid rangelands in the western US. Western prairie clover is a perennial leguminous forb that occurs naturally in Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, and Nevada. Majestic Germplasm western prairie clover originates from seed collected from indigenous plants near Sherar's Bridge in Sherman County, Oregon, whereas Spectrum Germplasm western prairie clover originates from seed collected from indigenous plants near Succor Creek Natural Area in far eastern Oregon in Malheur County, Oregon. Common-garden and DNA data for 22 collections of western prairie clover were used to develop these releases on a genetic basis. Majestic Germplasm was selected to represent the genetic diversity structure of western prairie clover from the western Columbia Plateau and western Blue Mountains Ecoregions. Spectrum Germplasm was selected to represent the genetic diversity structure from the central and eastern Columbia Plateau, central and eastern Blue Mountains, Northern Basin and Range, and Snake River Plain Ecoregions. This is a new species in the commercial seed trade, and these are the first releases of this species.

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    Citation

    Johnson, Douglas A.; Bushman, B. Shaun; Bhattarai, Kishor; Connors, Kevin J. 2011. Notice of release of Majestic Germplasm and Spectrum Germplasm Western prairie clover. Native Plants Journal. 12(3): 249-256.

    Keywords

    Daleo ornata, Fabaceae, rangeland

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