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Planting Pole Cuttings in Riparian Ecosystems

Author: 
Schalau, Jeff
Publication Date: 
January 2010
Publication Number: 
AZ1191
Pages: 
2 pp.
Abstract or Description: 
Originally published: 2000
Riparian ecosystems are found in the transition between aquatic and adjacent terrestrial ecosystems where unique vegetative communities can occur due to free water at or near the soil surface. A healthy, functional riparian plant community provides a rich environment for insects, mollusks, amphibians, reptiles, fishes, birds, and animals. In Arizona, many naturally occurring riparian ecosystems have been impacted, altered or removed by natural processes and land management activities. This publication provides information to assist residents, landowners, and agency personnel in successfully establishing pole plantings in riparian ecosystems of Arizona.
Language: 
English
Publisher: 
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)
Contributor: 
Plant Sciences, School of
SRNR
Relation: 
University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1191
Keyword: 
pole
riparian
Type: 
Text
Subject Category: 
Natural Resources and Environment