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Hardinggrass for reseeding: Dryland pasture seed mixture improved by addition of hardy perennial grass palatable to livestock

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R. Merton Love, University of California
Victor P. Osterli, University of California
Lester J. Berry, University of California

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California Agriculture 7(12):5-12.

Published December 01, 1953

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Abstract

A daily gain of 1.68 pounds per head for 83 days was recorded in late summer when. 105 steers were put to graze on a 185-acre, first season, specially seeded, dryland pasture.

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The grazing test reported above was a cooperative project participated in by J. Kenneth Sexton, Glenn County; Jesse W. Bequette. Farm Advisor, Glenn County, University of California, and the Department of Agronomy, University of California, Davis.

Hardinggrass for reseeding: Dryland pasture seed mixture improved by addition of hardy perennial grass palatable to livestock

R. Merton Love, Victor P. Osterli, Lester J. Berry
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Hardinggrass for reseeding: Dryland pasture seed mixture improved by addition of hardy perennial grass palatable to livestock

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Authors

R. Merton Love, University of California
Victor P. Osterli, University of California
Lester J. Berry, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 7(12):5-12.

Published December 01, 1953

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A daily gain of 1.68 pounds per head for 83 days was recorded in late summer when. 105 steers were put to graze on a 185-acre, first season, specially seeded, dryland pasture.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The grazing test reported above was a cooperative project participated in by J. Kenneth Sexton, Glenn County; Jesse W. Bequette. Farm Advisor, Glenn County, University of California, and the Department of Agronomy, University of California, Davis.


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