Plant Selection Tools for Revegetation Efforts in the Southwest

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Southeastern Arizona landscape after fire

Selecting Adapted Plant Materials for the Southwestern US

Plant selection for conservation plantings in the southwestern United States can be challenging. Successful conservation plantings require considering elevation, climate, precipitation and soil types when determining the most appropriate plant species that are well adapted to the location. There are several tools available to help land managers and practitioners choose the most appropriate plant materials for revegetation efforts and conservation plantings.

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