Impact of flower harvesting on the salt marsh plant Limonium carolinianum

@inproceedings{Baltzer2002ImpactOF,
  title={Impact of flower harvesting on the salt marsh plant Limonium carolinianum},
  author={Jennifer L. Baltzer and Edward G. Reekie and Heather L. Hewlin and Philip Duncan Taylor and Sherman Boates},
  year={2002}
}
Because of the potentially detrimental effects of seed production on adult survivorship and growth, moderate flower harvesting may have little negative impact on population growth of long-lived perennial plants such as Limonium carolinianum (Walter) Britton. We examined this by collecting data on survivorship, growth, and fecundity of an unharvested population over a period of 5 years and conducted a controlled experiment to examine the effect of harvesting on adult survivorship and growth over… CONTINUE READING

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