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Measurements were made of the length and disposition of all branches on young trees of P. contorta (a) planted in Peeblesshire, Scotland, in 1966, and...Read more
The selection of plant provenance for ecological restoration is an intensively debated topic. Throughout this debate, arguments mostly focus on plant ...Read more
Best practice in native plant community restoration and/or revegetation recognizes the importance of using material of local provenance. At the practi...Read more
Delineation of seed zones or provenance regions to preserve local adaptation is a common practice in forestry and restoration, as locally adapted plan...Read more
Seed collected from natural stands of P. menziesii growing at (a) 250, (b) 520 and (c) 880 m alt. in Oregon, and from a cross between trees in (a) and...Read more
Many habitat creation schemes specify that biological material of local provenance should be used in reintroductions. This has come to be the 'text bo...Read more
Plant provenance, plant facilitation and the characteristics of restoration sites are critical determinants of revegetation success. Surprisingly, how...Read more
Land managers choose seed from a variety of provenances for restoration projects. By selecting seed of the local ecotype, managers can increase establ...Read more
Grants for wildlife enhancement in the British Isles, UK have supported the widespread planting of new hedges along field margins. However, much of th...Read more
In a study at Craigellachie Forest, Scotland, during 1978-79, covering 5 soil types and 5 provenances planted in the early 1960s, pupal numbers of Pan...Read more