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AbstractSuccessful seed-based arid land restoration is hard to achieve. Multiple challenges including infrequent precipitation, long-term drought, seed eating animals and poor soil conditions limit the effective germination of seeds and the establishment of desired plants. Seedballs (also called seed pellets and seed bombs) are emerging as a tool that directly address the limitations to restoration success in arid systems (Madsen et al. 2016).
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1937
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