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  • K Ahlner, H S Hayden, +9 authors Y Berger-Perrot
  • 2007
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Overharvesting reduces the populations of wild leek in deciduous temperate forests of North America. Forest farming relying on planted bulbs that are fertilized and selectively harvested could enhance and sustain wild leek production. Density reduction following bulb harvest could improve yield in natural wild leek stands that reach growth-limiting(More)
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