View Point: Commercial Wildland Harvested Seed and the Utah Connection
AuthorStevenson, Ronald M.
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CitationStevenson, R. M. (2016). View Point: Commercial Wildland Harvested Seed and the Utah Connection. Rangelands, 38(5), 273-277.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
AbstractOn the Ground • The need for large-scale disturbed land rehabilitation in the west is well known but is recently receiving new attention. • Seeding appropriate species, varieties, and ecotypes is often needed to succeed in rehabilitation of these degraded landscapes. • Key people, organizations, and early and continuing research in Utah have been very influential in providing valuable information for degraded land rehabilitation. • Seed from the key species and ecotypes provided by wildland seed harvests are a very important part of successful land restoration. The wildland seed industry developed in Utah and dominates the supply of wildland seed in western land restoration.