Student Research Opportunities Program
Japanese Stiltgrass (Microstegium vimenium) is an invasive grass that dominates many southeast woodland areas which grows best under sunny conditions but can also thrive in shady areas.
We hypothesized that M. vimenium in invaded soils would have higher germination rates as compared to M. vimenium in native soils.
Lee, Bethany; Koenig, Kimberly; and Emery, Sarah, "Plant-Soil Feedback Systems in Invasive Grass: Microstegium vimineum" (2020). Undergraduate Research Events. 7.