Seeding techniques for sagebrush community restoration after fireAuthor(s): Jeffrey E. Ott; Anne Halford; Nancy Shaw
Source: Great Basin Factsheet Series Number 14. Sage Grouse Initiative. 6 p. Online: http://www.sagegrouseinitiative.com/category/great-basin-factsheet-series/
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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Purpose: To outline important considerations and options for post-fire seeding, including the selection of seed mixes and seeding equipment for restoring sagebrush communities following fire. The emphasis is on lower-elevation communities where restoration needs are greatest. References and resources are offered for greater detail and guidance on specific topics.
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Ott, Jeff; Halford, Anne; Shaw, Nancy. 2016. Seeding techniques for sagebrush community restoration after fire. Great Basin Factsheet Series Number 14. Sage Grouse Initiative. 6 p. Online: http://www.sagegrouseinitiative.com/category/great-basin-factsheet-series/
Keywordssagebrush, post-fire seeding, invasive species, restoration
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