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Emergent Wetland
Replaces BWSR W1
Lbs/Acre 5.00

 

34-181

Emergent Wetland

 

 

 

 

Common Name

Scientific Name

Rate (kg/ha)

Rate (lb/ac)

% of Mix (% by wt)

Seeds/ sq ft

American slough grass

Beckmannia syzigachne

0.78

0.70

14.07%

12.92

tall manna grass

Glyceria grandis

0.28

0.25

4.98%

6.40

rice cut grass

Leersia oryzoides

0.34

0.30

5.93%

3.70

 

Total Grasses

1.40

1.25

24.98%

23.02

river bulrush

Bolboschoenus fluviatilis

0.85

0.76

15.20%

1.20

bristly sedge

Carex comosa

0.20

0.18

3.63%

2.00

lake sedge

Carex lacustris

0.07

0.06

1.19%

0.24

tussock sedge

Carex stricta

0.04

0.04

0.77%

0.75

least spikerush

Eleocharis acicularis

0.11

0.10

1.94%

2.50

marsh spikerush

Eleocharis palustris

0.11

0.10

2.03%

1.90

Torrey's rush

Juncus torreyi

0.04

0.04

0.85%

25.00

Three-square bulrush

Schoenoplectus pungens

0.26

0.23

4.54%

1.00

soft stem bulrush

Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani

0.49

0.44

8.78%

5.00

woolgrass

Scirpus cyperinus

0.06

0.05

1.02%

32.00

 

Total Sedges and Rushes

2.24

2.00

39.95%

71.59

Sweet flag

Acorus americanus

0.31

0.28

5.53%

0.67

common water plantain

Alisma triviale

0.45

0.40

8.00%

9.70

marsh milkweed

Asclepias incarnata

0.31

0.28

5.67%

0.50

broad-leaved arrowhead

Sagittaria latifolia

0.34

0.30

6.07%

6.80

giant bur reed

Sparganium eurycarpum

0.55

0.49

9.80%

0.09

 

Total Forbs

1.96

1.75

35.07%

17.76

 

Totals:

5.60

5.00

100.00%

112.37

Purpose:

Emergent wetland restoration for use in wetland mitigation, shoreline restoration, wet stormwater ponds where emergent vegetation is desired.

Planting Area:

Statewide

 

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