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- Schoth, H.A., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Agronomy journal 1932 v.24 no.10 pp. 786-792
- Poa bulbosa; geographical distribution; adaptation; habitats
- ... Original observations on P. bulbosa, chiefly var. vivipara, in the United States, supplemented by data in the European literature and from a few unpublished sources, indicate a wide distribution for this grass. It is found on a large number of soil types, including rocky, gravelly, sandy, clay, adobe, limestone, alkali, and glacial formations. It is found in semi-desert regions and in forest areas ...
- Schoth, H.A., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Agronomy journal 1933 v.25 no.8 pp. 555-556
- Vicia villosa; cultivar identification; plant morphology; Virginia; Oregon; Georgia
- ... This study has shown that imported seed of V. villosa produces two morphological forms of plants. One form is characterized by heavy or very noticeable pubescence throughout and by having leaf and flower buds seemingly imbricated and thickened or clustered at the end of the stems. ...