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Modeling belowground biomass of black cohosh, a medicinal forest product.Author(s): James Chamberlain; Gabrielle Ness; Christine Small; Simon Bonner; Elizabeth Hiebert
Source: Journal of Forestry. Proceedings of National Convention of Society of American Foresters. January 2014.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionTens of thousands of kilograms of rhizomes and roots of Actaea racemosa L., a native Appalachian forest perennial, are harvested every year and used for the treatment of menopausal conditions. Sustainable management of this and other wild-harvested non-timber forest products requires the ability to effectively and reliably inventory marketable plant components.
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CitationChamberlain, J.; Ness, G.; Small, C.; Bonner, S.; Hiebert, E. 2014. [Poster]. Modeling belowground biomass of black cohosh, a medicinal forest product. Journal of Forestry. Proceedings of National Convention of Society of American Foresters. January.
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