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Honoring the Ecological Legacy of the Braun Sisters with Grave Site Restoration Plantings (Spring Grove Cemetery, Ohio)

Honoring the Ecological Legacy of the Braun Sisters with Grave Site Restoration Plantings (Spring... Honeysuckle) first became adventive in Ohio (Braun 1961, Honoring the Ecological Legacy of the Conover and Sisson 2016). Braun Sisters with Grave Site Restoration Until recently the graves of the Braun sisters were cov- Plantings (Spring Grove Cemetery, Ohio) ered with H. helix. Out of respect for these eminent con- Denis G. Conover (corresponding author: University of Cin- servationists it was decided to kill the H.  helix on their cinnati Biological Sciences, P.O. Box 210006, Cincinnati, OH graves and to replace it with native species. e Th first foliar 45221-0006, denis.conover@uc.edu), David Gressley (Spring application of herbicide was done on September 28, 2017. Grove Cemetery Horticulture, 45232 Spring Grove Ave., Cin- e t Th emperature was 22.2°C and the sky was mostly sunny. e s Th olution used for the initial application consisted of cinnati, OH) and Brent Taylor (Spring Grove Cemetery Hor- 4.9 mL of Kinetic (a spreader/sticker and penetrant com- ticulture, 45232 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, OH) bination, Helena Agri-Enterprise Collierville, TN) 88.7 mL r. Emma Lucy Braun (1889–1971) was a pioneer of Ranger Pro glyphosate herbicide (Monsanto, St. Louis, Din the field of Plant Ecology. Her influential book, MO), and 29.6  mL of Remedy Ultra triclopyr herbicide Deciduous Forests of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Honoring the Ecological Legacy of the Braun Sisters with Grave Site Restoration Plantings (Spring Grove Cemetery, Ohio)

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Abstract

Honeysuckle) first became adventive in Ohio (Braun 1961, Honoring the Ecological Legacy of the Conover and Sisson 2016). Braun Sisters with Grave Site Restoration Until recently the graves of the Braun sisters were cov- Plantings (Spring Grove Cemetery, Ohio) ered with H. helix. Out of respect for these eminent con- Denis G. Conover (corresponding author: University of Cin- servationists it was decided to kill the H.  helix on their cinnati Biological Sciences, P.O. Box 210006, Cincinnati, OH graves and to replace it with native species. e Th first foliar 45221-0006, denis.conover@uc.edu), David Gressley (Spring application of herbicide was done on September 28, 2017. Grove Cemetery Horticulture, 45232 Spring Grove Ave., Cin- e t Th emperature was 22.2°C and the sky was mostly sunny. e s Th olution used for the initial application consisted of cinnati, OH) and Brent Taylor (Spring Grove Cemetery Hor- 4.9 mL of Kinetic (a spreader/sticker and penetrant com- ticulture, 45232 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, OH) bination, Helena Agri-Enterprise Collierville, TN) 88.7 mL r. Emma Lucy Braun (1889–1971) was a pioneer of Ranger Pro glyphosate herbicide (Monsanto, St. Louis, Din the field of Plant Ecology. Her influential book, MO), and 29.6  mL of Remedy Ultra triclopyr herbicide Deciduous Forests of

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: Aug 25, 2020

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