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Weeds on California rangelands: Medusa head, goatgrass, and Italian thistle, major invading noxious weeds, are serious threat to desirable forage plants

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Jack Major, University of California

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California Agriculture 9(12):3-4.

Published December 01, 1955

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The grazing capacities of many California rangelands are seriously decreased by weeds—undesirable plants—that crowd out the desirable range plants, change the season of best range use, injure foraging animals, and make even more difficult the establishment of better varieties of forage plants.

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University of California County Farm Advisors co-operated in the state-wide survey which supplied much of the information contained in this report.

Weeds on California rangelands: Medusa head, goatgrass, and Italian thistle, major invading noxious weeds, are serious threat to desirable forage plants

Jack Major
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Weeds on California rangelands: Medusa head, goatgrass, and Italian thistle, major invading noxious weeds, are serious threat to desirable forage plants

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Authors

Jack Major, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 9(12):3-4.

Published December 01, 1955

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The grazing capacities of many California rangelands are seriously decreased by weeds—undesirable plants—that crowd out the desirable range plants, change the season of best range use, injure foraging animals, and make even more difficult the establishment of better varieties of forage plants.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

University of California County Farm Advisors co-operated in the state-wide survey which supplied much of the information contained in this report.


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