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Butterflies Like Wide Buffer Strips with Tall Native Grasses and Broadleaf Plants
Agricultural Wildlife Conservation Center Project
  • Diane M. Debinski, Iowa State University
  • William L. Hohman, United States Department of Agriculture
Document Type
Report
Publication Version
Published Version
Publication Date
1-1-2007
Abstract

If you want more species of butterflies in your filter strips and other grass buffers, make the buffers wider and plant tall native grasses and broad leaf plants. That’s a key finding of a southwestern Minnesota study on butterfly use of conservation buffers.

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This report is the summary of Agricultural Wildlife Conservation Center project # 68-7482-1-777.

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Language
en
Date Available
2015-07-29
File Format
application/pdf
Citation Information
Diane M. Debinski and William L. Hohman. "Butterflies Like Wide Buffer Strips with Tall Native Grasses and Broadleaf Plants" Agricultural Wildlife Conservation Center Project Iss. 68-7482-1-777 (2007) p. 1 - 1
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/diane_debinski/38/