Vegetation science concepts I. Initial floristic composition, a factor in old-field vegetation development with 2 figs.

@article{Egler2004VegetationSC,
  title={Vegetation science concepts I. Initial floristic composition, a factor in old-field vegetation development with 2 figs.},
  author={Frank E. Egler},
  journal={Vegetatio},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={412-417}
}
Two principles are considered as being involved in vegetation development on abandoned agricultural lands. The first, called Relay Floristics, involves a succession of incoming and outgoing plants, each group invading the land, ousting its predecessor, and in turn preparing the site so as to be ousted itself. This is the conventional interpretation of “old-field plant succession”, but is considered by the author to be in many cases a very minor principle. The second principle is called Initial… CONTINUE READING
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