Data from: Consequences of seed origin and biological invasion for early establishment of a North American grass species

Mollie E. Herget, Kristina M. Hufford, Daniel L. Mummey & Lauren N. Shreading
Local, wild-collected seeds of native plants are recommended for use in ecological restoration to maintain patterns of adaptive variation. However, some environments are so drastically altered by exotic, invasive weeds that original environmental conditions may no longer exist. Under these circumstances, cultivated varieties selected for improved germination and vigor may have a competitive advantage at highly disturbed sites. This study investigated differences in early establishment and seedling performance between wild and cultivated seed sources of...
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