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Screening for salt tolerance in native and exotic shrub willow
(University of Saskatchewan, 2010-03-31)
Dryland salinity is a significant agronomic problem across the Canadian prairies, with an estimated four million hectares of salt-affected land. The potential exists to make better use of saline marginal lands by developing ...
Assessment of winter harvesting influence on soil properties and aspen regeneration in Duck Mountain provincial park, SK
Disturbance is a natural and essential component of a healthy and sustainable aspen forest; however, fire suppression has altered the natural cycle of death and regrowth. As a result, many of Saskatchewan’s aspen forest ...