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Grazing management, and plant species selection emphasized in irrigated pasture studies

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J. L. Hull, University of California
C. A. Raguse, University of California

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California Agriculture 25(8):3-4.

Published August 01, 1971

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One of the quickest ways a cattleman can increase his production per unit area on irrigated pastures is by improving management practices, including not only such things as the type, handling and health of the animals, but also cultural practices associated with the pasture, from seeding through harvesting, and including plant species selection.

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Grazing management, and plant species selection emphasized in irrigated pasture studies

J. L. Hull, C. A. Raguse
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Grazing management, and plant species selection emphasized in irrigated pasture studies

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Authors

J. L. Hull, University of California
C. A. Raguse, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 25(8):3-4.

Published August 01, 1971

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

One of the quickest ways a cattleman can increase his production per unit area on irrigated pastures is by improving management practices, including not only such things as the type, handling and health of the animals, but also cultural practices associated with the pasture, from seeding through harvesting, and including plant species selection.

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