Plant-Derived Smoke Influences Germination of Native and Invasive Plant Species
The article analyzes how exposure to grass smoke and wood smoke affects the germination of common native and invasive plants found in the northern Great Plains. It is said that grass smoke and wood smoke increase total germination and wood-derived smoke influence germination differently than will grass-derived smoke.
DOI of Published Version
University of Wisconsin Press
Bennett, Joe and Perkins, Lora, "Plant-Derived Smoke Influences Germination of Native and Invasive Plant Species" (2017). Natural Resource Management Faculty Publications. 277.