EVALUATION OF PLANT SPECIES AND GRASS SEED MIXES FOR MINED LAND REVEGETATION YEAR 2 (1990) RESULTS
|An important component of revegetation is the seed mix used for soil stabilization. Although some trials of single grass species have been performed in southcentral Alaska in the past, new grass varieties have become available. In addition, variations in composition of the seed mixes needed to be investigated for different objectives for post-mining land use. Study plots were established for the Wishbone Hill coal project to evaluate grass species and mixes to use for erosion control, suppression of undesirable species, and vegetation community diversification.
|Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, University of Alaska Fairbanks
|EVALUATION OF PLANT SPECIES AND GRASS SEED MIXES FOR MINED LAND REVEGETATION YEAR 2 (1990) RESULTS
|Research Progress Report, No. 24