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- Blank, Robert R., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Journal of arid environments 2016 v.124 pp. 233-238
- Artemisia tridentata; Bromus tectorum; Krascheninnikovia lanata; Leymus triticoides; annuals; arid soils; containers; dry environmental conditions; ecosystems; grasses; introduced plants; nutrient availability; nutrient uptake; nutrients; physicochemical properties; planting; rooting; soil nutrients; soil quality; vegetation types; California
- ... Invasion by Bromus tectorum L. may condition the soil and increase nutrient availability. We hypothesized that nutrient poor soils of the arid Honey Lake Valley of northeastern California U.S.A., similar in physical and chemical properties, but conditioned by either B. tectorum, Krascheninnikovia lanata, or Artemisia tridentata, would differ as a rooting medium. These soil/vegetation types were pl ...