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Ecotype analysis of some wild flower species in relation to sowing grasses and wild flowers for non intensive management


Ecotype analysis of some wild flower species in relation to sowing grasses and wild flowers for non intensive management



Zeitschrift fuer Vegetationstechnik 13(2): 68-74



An ecotype analysis was made to determine the genetic varibility of Achillea millefolium, Daucus carota, Pimpinella saxifraga and Sanguisorba minor. Plant material from 10 locations per species and commercial seed types were compared. On the basis of the differences found various ecotypes could be described. The differences between the commercial seed types and the wild forms were sometimes considerable. This is partly because the commercial types are sometimes of foreign origin or are foreign species. In general, the ecotype analysis showed that, for sowing low fertility meadows with low maintenance requirement, the wild forms can provide more suitable types than commercial seed. These types should be used as basic seed, to give naturally-adapted material.

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