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Vegetation structure of field margins and adjacent forests in agricultural landscapes of the North Carolina Piedmont
Author(s): J. D. Fridley, A. R. Senft, R. K. Peet
Article Topic(s): Floristics
Research Setting(s): Agricultural,Field,Forest
Species Referenced: Allium canadense (Meadow garlic),
AbstractDescribes plant communities in agricultural areas and surrounding forests in North Carolina. Allium canadense was found to be indicative of the weedy margin between agricultural fields and forests.
Suggested CitationJ. D. Fridley, A. R. Senft, and R. K. Peet. "Vegetation structure of field margins and adjacent forests in agricultural landscapes of the North Carolina Piedmont." Castanea 74.4 (2009): 327-339.