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- Native Plants Journal
- University of Wisconsin Press
- Intensive Revegetation in Arizona's Hot Desert: The Advantages of Container Stock Volume 5, Number 2, Fall 2004, pp. 173-180
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This issue contains 16 articles in total
- Inoculating Composted Pine Bark with Beneficial Organisms to Make a Disease Suppressive Compost for Container Production in Mexican Forest Nurseries
- Wildflowers and Ferns of Kentucky (review)
- Mushrooms of West Virginia and the Central Appalachians (review)
- Using Compost for Container Production of Ornamental Hammock Species Native to Florida
- Intensive Revegetation in Arizona's Hot Desert: The Advantages of Container Stock
- Use of Living Mulches to Protect Fall-sown Crops
- Propagation Protocol for Growing Bareroot Oaks (Quercus L.)
- Storing Acorns
- Evaluation of Native Legume Species for Forage Yield, Quality, and Seed Production
- Propagation Protocol for Bareroot Sagebrush (Artemisia spp.)
- Sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) Seed and Plant Transfer Guidelines
- Pacific Northwest Forest Tree Seed Zones: A Template for Native Plants?
- Wiregrass Grown from Seeds Obtained on Florida Flatwood and Sandhill Sites
- Genetic Erosion: No Longer Just an Agricultural Issue
- A Plant Genetics Primer: Basic Terminology
- From the Editor
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