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322 East Front Street
Boise, ID, 83702
United States

208-373-4344

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

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2009 Great Basin NPP Annual Meeting

March 31

Boise, ID


J. Cane, S. Miller, M. Weber, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bee Biology & Systematics Laboratory

Contrasting Self-fertilities of a Biscuitroot and Three Globemallows, and Prospects for Their Pollination

B. Hammon, J. Cane, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension, Tri-River Area

Plant Materials Pest Update

R. Johnson, V. Anderson, Brigham Young UNiversity

Predispersal Seed Prediction of Wyethia amplexicaule, Crepis acuminate, and Agoseris glauca

R. C. Johnson, B. Hellier, M. Cashman, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Western Regional Plant Introduction Station

Seed Zones for Tapertip Onion and Indian Ricegrass

L. St. John, D. Ogle, D. Tilley, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Aberdeen Plant Materials Center

Great Basin Native Plant Selection and Increase Project- Aberdeen Plant Materials Center Activities During 2008

S. Bushman, D. Johnson, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Forage and Range Research Laboratory

Astragalus filipes Meta-populations and Release of NBR-1 Germplasm

B. St. Clair, R. Johnson, N. Shaw, USDA FS Pacific Northwest Research Station

Genetic Diversity and Genecology of Bluebunch Wheatgrass

S. Jensen, C. Jones, J. Vernon, D. Summers, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station - Provo

The Quest for Natives: Cultural Practices, Species Screening, Harvesting Equipment, and Private Growers

C. Shock, E. Feibert, L. Saunders, N. Shaw, Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station

Do These Plants Need Water?

B. Newingham, A. Ganguli, University of Idaho

Rangeland Drills and Their Influence on Soil Chemical and Physical Properties

C. Ransom, K. Edvarchuk, Utah State University

Identification of Herbicides for Use in Native Forb Seed Production

W. Padgett, USDI BLM - Utah State Office

The Colorado Plateau Project

B. Hellier, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Western Regional Plant Introduction Studies

Mechanically Planting Allium acuminatum Bulbs for Seed Production

B. Youtie, S. Young, M. Bouck, Eastern Oregon Stewardship

Seed Increase and the Buy-back Program

H. Parkinson, C. Zabinski, Montana State University

Great Basin Forbs: Autecology and Growth Response to Native and Invasive Grasses

T. Monaco, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center

Successional Trajectories of >30-year-old Crested Wheatgrass Seedings

J. James, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center

Using Ecological Traits to Design Seed Mixtures and Identify Plant Increase Priorities

R. Karrfalt, V. Vankus, USDA National Seed Laboratory

Progress on Seed Testing and Seed Cleaning of Genera in the Great Basin Native Plant Selection and Increase Project

N. Shaw, R. Cox, J. Truax, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station - Boise

Seeding Strategies and Equipment for Re-establishing Wyoming Big Sagebrush Communities

C. H. Kratsch, D. Johnson, J. Staub, Utah State University

Extending GBNPSIP Markets Through Demonstration and Outreach

A. Davis, K. Herriman, K. Dumroese, University of Idaho

Container Production of Wyoming Big Sagebrush for Great Basin Restoration: Greenhouse and Field Effects

C. Shock, E. Feibert, L. Saunders, N. Shaw, Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station

Where Did All the Weeds Go?

K. McAdoo, University of Nevada, Reno

Nevada Crested Wheatgrass Diversification Study

C. Moffet, USDA Agricultural Research Service, US Sheep Experiment Station

Eastern Idaho Crested Wheatgrass Diversification Study

J. Mangold, V. Fansler, C. Poulsen, Montana State University

Establishing Native Plants in Crested Wheatgrass Stands