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Reseeding burned rangeland: Competition between annual and perennial grasses studied to determine best seeding rates for good forage

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A. M. Shultz, University of California
H. H. Biswell, University of California

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California Agriculture 7(3):3-4.

Published March 01, 1953

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Abstract

Seed mixtures used for reseeding forage land should be so adjusted as to seeding rates that annual and perennial grasses can become established in desired amounts.

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The studies were made co-operatively by the University of California College of Agriculture and the California Department of Fish and Game, with funds provided in Wildlife Restoration Act, Project California 31-R

Reseeding burned rangeland: Competition between annual and perennial grasses studied to determine best seeding rates for good forage

A. M. Shultz, H. H. Biswell
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Reseeding burned rangeland: Competition between annual and perennial grasses studied to determine best seeding rates for good forage

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Authors

A. M. Shultz, University of California
H. H. Biswell, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 7(3):3-4.

Published March 01, 1953

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Seed mixtures used for reseeding forage land should be so adjusted as to seeding rates that annual and perennial grasses can become established in desired amounts.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The studies were made co-operatively by the University of California College of Agriculture and the California Department of Fish and Game, with funds provided in Wildlife Restoration Act, Project California 31-R


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