Data from: Relative performance of non-local cultivars and local, wild populations of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) in competition experiments

Destiny J. Palik, Allison A. Snow, Amy L. Stottlemyer, Maria N. Miriti & Emily A. Heaton
The possibility of increased invasiveness in cultivated varieties of native perennial species is a question of interest in biofuel risk assessment. Competitive success is a key factor in the fitness and invasive potential of perennial plants, and thus the large-scale release of high-yielding biomass cultivars warrants empirical comparisons with local conspecifics in the presence of competitors. We evaluated the performance of non-local cultivars and local wild biotypes of the tallgrass species Panicum virgatum L. (switchgrass)...
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