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Monarch Seed Mix High Diversity

Seth Appelgate , Sue Blodgett , Steven Bradbury , Diane Debinski , Robert Hartzler , John Pleasants , Dana Schweitzer , Richard Hellmich

This publication contains a high diversity seed mix developed by the Iowa State University Monarch Research Team for research purposes.

All species are perennials native to Iowa.

Pages / Length: 2
Publication Date: 06/2017
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