West Eugene Native Wetland Restoration Research Project: Seed Dormancy, Germination, and Establishment Public Deposited

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  • Seed size, abundance, viability, dormancy, and germination requirements strongly influence plant establishment and therefore are important considerations in restoration of native vegetation. These characteristics provide criteria for selection of suitable species, development of collection and pretreatment methods, and determination of seeding densities. The first set of objectives of this study were to measure seed weights and test seed viability, dormancy status, and germination requirements for the species used in propagation by seed. The second set of objectives were to test seed propagation under field conditions and to compare the performances of different seed mixtures.
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  • Prepared for: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways, Experiment Station, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Fishman Environmental Services Portland, Oregon.
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