Weed Seed Dispersal by Vehicles

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Field studies showed vehicles pick up and disperse seeds. ATVs picked up and carried more seeds off-trail than on-trail, with higher numbers in the fall than spring. Other vehicle types picked up more seeds when driven on wet than dry unpaved roads. Seeds fell off vehicles more rapidly under wet conditions, while few seeds fell off under dry conditions. Black and white, 3 pages.

  • AuthorKimberley Taylor, Jane Mangold and Lisa Rew
  • Copyright2017, Reviewed
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