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Perennial Wheat Cutting and Binding Stan and Sheila Cox

Senior scientist Stan Cox and his daughter, Sheila, cut and bind the perennial wheat that he is breeding through traditional crosses and selection.

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Hybrid Perennial Sorghum Seed Collection Land Institute Scientist Stan Cox

Land Institute senior scientist Stan Cox and our hybrid perennial sorghum in late summer 2002. The bag collects pollen for breeding with other plants.

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Perennial Grass Root Illustration

“The Grass was the Country as the Water is the Sea.” — Willa Cather

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Jackson-Piper-1989

Jackson-Piper-1989

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Wild Senna Flowers

Cassia marilandica L. (Leguminosae), or wild senna, is a deeply-rooted perennial native to the North American prairie. Although this species has been little-used historically, seeds of other Cassia species have been incorporated into poultry and livestock feed.

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CanJBot70_Piper

Cassia marilandica L. (Leguminosae), or wild senna, is a deeply-rooted perennial native to the North American prairie. Although this species has been little-used historically, seeds of other Cassia species have been incorporated into poultry and livestock feed

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CanJBot72_Piper

CanJBot72_Piper

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JacksonDewald-Ecol1994

JacksonDewald-Ecol1994

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CanJBot73_Piper

CanJBot73_Piper

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Bender-Biomass-2000

Bender-Biomass-2000

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