Seed addition and biomass removal key to restoring native forbs in degraded temperate grassland
Questions Long‐term restoration of native forb diversity can only be achieved if native forb species can recruit (colonize and establish) and reproduce. We asked whether native forbs in a temperate grassland were seed‐limited, and how the recruitment of native and exotic forbs is affected by grassland structure and resource availability. Location Australian Capital Territory, south‐eastern Australia. Methods We conducted a field experiment in a temperate grassland dominated by a native...[Show more]
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