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Collecting, Processing, and Germinating Seeds of Wildland Plants

By James A. Young and Cheryl G. Young

Gardeners who are intrigued by the possibilities of native plants will find this treatment of seed collection and germination — from native annuals to trees — an invaluable resource.

About the authors

James A. Young

Dr. James A. Young, a research scientist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, has achieved worldwide recognition and respect among professional natural resource managers as an expert on native North American seeds. His wife and coauthor, Cheryl G. Young, has been closely associated with this work, organizing and compiling the diverse literature and findings from throughout North America.

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Cheryl G. Young

Dr. James A. Young, a research scientist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, has achieved worldwide recognition and respect among professional natural resource managers as an expert on native North American seeds. His wife and coauthor, Cheryl G. Young, has been closely associated with this work, organizing and compiling the diverse literature and findings from throughout North America.

Read more about Cheryl G. Young

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