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Florabank Guideline 4 - Keeping records on native seed

Revegetation is a long-term undertaking and measuring success is an ongoing task. We need to know the origin and treatment of seed which has contributed to successful revegetation and that which has led to failure. As time passes after planting, initial description and documentation about the seed used becomes increasingly important in understanding the reasons for success or failure. Much of what we know about seeds is the result of meticulous record keeping: from identification of the parent plant and seed collection, through storage, to use in the nursery or field.

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Florabank Training


Florabank is offering an advanced professional development course in seed collection and management in multiple States throughout the next 12 months. Read more...

Resources and References

In References and Resources you will find publications, fact sheets, guidelines, reports and links to the scientific literature about all aspects of seed collection, handling and use. Florabank has collated information from researchers, seed collectors, seed and plant users and from the work of CSIRO, Greening Australia and botanic gardens around Australia. Read more..

Florabank Updates

25 August 2008

Species Navigator

An interactive key for selecting common revegetation species.  Includes a Seed Collection Advisor to help you maximise the genetic quality of collected seed. ...

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25 August 2008

Site Description Tool

Basic guidelines, resources and a scoresheet to effectively describe revegetation sites. ...

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25 August 2008

Vegetation Management Tool

A tool to help you design, prepare, revegetate and maintain revegetation sites....

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