Seed bank potential of moist-soil managed wetlands in east-central Texas

@article{Collins2013SeedBP,
  title={Seed bank potential of moist-soil managed wetlands in east-central Texas},
  author={Daniel P. Collins and Warren C. Conway and C. Mason and Jeffrey W. Gunnels},
  journal={Wetlands Ecology and Management},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={353-366}
}
Proper management techniques on moist-soil wetlands provide methods for enhancement of established wetlands, restoration of former wetlands, and creation of new wetland habitat. These techniques also create suitable wetland habitat for non-breeding waterfowl and other wetland dependent species during winter. To understand moist-soil managed wetland vegetative patterns, aspects such as plant species distribution, reproductive strategy, seed bank composition and viability should be thoroughly… CONTINUE READING

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Drawdown treatments had more seedlings germinate than flooded treatments , validating the notion that drawdown treatments provide favorable conditions for seed germination .
Drawdown treatments had more seedlings germinate than flooded treatments , validating the notion that drawdown treatments provide favorable conditions for seed germination .
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