Corpus ID: 16358258

Restoration of Natural Forest Ecosystems : The Genetic Resource

@inproceedings{Schmidtling2004RestorationON,
  title={Restoration of Natural Forest Ecosystems : The Genetic Resource},
  author={R. Schmidtling},
  year={2004}
}
Restoration of many forest ecosystems will require replanting of native species. Choosing the proper seed source is essential to ensure long-term success of restoration plantings, especially if local seed sources are unavailable or genetically degraded. A successful restoration requires seed sources that are adapted to the climate and site, and are genetically diverse to allow subsequent reproduction and adaptation. 

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