Native Seeds: Understanding the Types of Commercial Seed Sources

Date of Publication
September 24, 2021
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This 2-page publication describes the main sources of commercial seeds, along with the pros and cons for each source and how each source may affect planting success.

Native plant restoration is an increasingly popular practice for managing land for both wildlife and livestock. Although commercial native seeds may be limited at times, commercial seeds of more species have been developed to allow for successful plantings throughout the state. This publication describes the main sources of commercial seeds, along with pros and cons for each source, and how each source may affect planting success. (2 pages)

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