Miscanthus sinensis was investigated where it has naturalized and invaded native plant
communities in southeastern Pennsylvania, the Washington, DC area, western North Carolina, and Iowa. Plants were identified; inflorescences were collected; seed was cleaned and tested for viability; and soil was collected for seed bank analysis. Many individuals were interviewed at each location including local Extension agents and university staff, National Park Service staff, county and state officials, homeowners, botanical gardens and nursery professionals. Locations were mapped to show miscanthus.
Meyer, Mary H..
Miscanthus: Ornamental and Invasive Grass: A Sabbatical in the Parks Project Report.
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