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CitationMcDonald, W. R., Hafner, M. P., & Richards, D. L. (1977). Simple tool for collecting Indian ricegrass seed. Journal of Range Management, 30(4), 315.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractA tool for collecting seeds of Indian ricegrass and other native species has been made by the Federal Bureau of Mines. With this hand-held seed collector, one person can collect enough material to produce 3 to 5 pounds of clean Indian ricegrass seed per day. Cleaning the seed takes only 1/3 of the time traditionally required because 90% of the stalks are left on the plants.