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Dryland pasture erosion control: Establishment of perennials for forage on sloping land needs minimum seedbed preparation and reduces erosion

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Bryan C. Sandlin
Victor P. Osterli, University of California

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California Agriculture 7(7):11-11.

Published July 01, 1953

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A good dryland pasture stand can be obtained on sloping or hilly range land with a minimum of seedbed preparation—and without undue loss of top-soil.

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Dryland pasture erosion control: Establishment of perennials for forage on sloping land needs minimum seedbed preparation and reduces erosion

Bryan C. Sandlin, Victor P. Osterli
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Dryland pasture erosion control: Establishment of perennials for forage on sloping land needs minimum seedbed preparation and reduces erosion

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Authors

Bryan C. Sandlin
Victor P. Osterli, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 7(7):11-11.

Published July 01, 1953

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Abstract

A good dryland pasture stand can be obtained on sloping or hilly range land with a minimum of seedbed preparation—and without undue loss of top-soil.

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