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322 East Front Street
Boise, ID, 83702
United States


Providing the knowledge and technology required to improve the availability of native plant materials for restoring diverse native plant communities across the Great Basin.

Seed Production of Native Grasses and Forbs

February 23, 2010

Ontario, OR


Jerry Benson, Benson Farms, WA

Opportunities and Challenges of Growing Forb Seed

Brent Cornforth, USDA NRCS Aberdeen Plant Materials Center, ID

Growing Grass and Forb Seed

Scott Jensen, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, UT

Equipment and Cultural Practices for Native Seed Production

Dough Johnson and Shaun Bushman, USDA ARS Forage and Range Research Lab, UT

Seed Increase Needs for Three North American Rangeland Legumes: Basalt Milkvetch Western Prairie Clover and Searls Prairie Clover

Clint Shock, Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station, OR

Native Forb Seed Production in Response to Irrigation

Corey Ransom, Utah State University, Malheur Experiment Station, OR

Weed Management Concepts: Developing Forb Seed Production Strategies

Clint Shock, Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station, OR

Identification of Herbicides for Use in Native Forb Seed Production

Jim Cane, USDA ARS, Utah State University, UT

Bees Are in Your Equation for Providing Native Forb Seed

Bob Hammon, Colorado State University, Tri-River Extension, CO

Weevils in Native Plant Seed Production

Covy Jones, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, UT

Native Forbs - Cultural Practices

Stan Young, Utah State University Crop Improvement Association, UT

Using Buybacks to Jumpstart Native Seed Inventories

Vicky Erikson, USDA Forest Service Region 6, OR

Native Plant Restoration in National Forests in the Pacific Northwest

Richard Johnson, USDA ARS Western Regional Plant Introduction Station, WA

Developing Seed Zones for Native Forbs and Grasses