Germination of Forest Range Species from Southern British Columbia
Forest Range Species
Southern British Columbia
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CitationMcLean, A. (1967). Germination of forest range species from southern British Columbia. Journal of Range Management, 20(5), 321-322.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractIn the laboratory, seed of 10 out of 25 forest range shrubs and herbs germinated without either scarification or stratification. Stratification was required for 5 species and improved the germination of 10 others. Seventeen species germinated at 1 C after prolonged stratification; this characteristic would enable seedlings to become established ahead of tame grasses seeded in the spring.