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Brushland range improvement… economic values

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A. H. Murphy, Dept. of Agronomy and Range Science and Superintendent of the Hopland Field Station
D. T. Torell, Dept. of Animal Science, Hopland Field Station

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California Agriculture 26(6):3-6.

Published June 01, 1972

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Brush-covered lands in California are a challenge to the landowner; they may be a blessing or a problem, depending on the management. If the brush cover is manipulated to produce animal feed then value is received from the land; however, if the plant cover becomes a dense thicket, it not only produces little feed but is a fire hazard during dry summer months.

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Brushland range improvement… economic values

A. H. Murphy, D. T. Torell
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Brushland range improvement… economic values

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Authors

A. H. Murphy, Dept. of Agronomy and Range Science and Superintendent of the Hopland Field Station
D. T. Torell, Dept. of Animal Science, Hopland Field Station

Publication Information

California Agriculture 26(6):3-6.

Published June 01, 1972

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Brush-covered lands in California are a challenge to the landowner; they may be a blessing or a problem, depending on the management. If the brush cover is manipulated to produce animal feed then value is received from the land; however, if the plant cover becomes a dense thicket, it not only produces little feed but is a fire hazard during dry summer months.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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