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Forage composition and yield: Studies of forage regrowth and grazing capacity on controlled burned areas in northern California

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Arthur W. Sampson
L. T. Burcham

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California Agriculture 8(10):12-13.

Published October 01, 1954

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Abstract

Forage production studies following controlled burns on chaparral areas indicated that forage is usually most abundant in the first two years after burning.

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Forage composition and yield: Studies of forage regrowth and grazing capacity on controlled burned areas in northern California

Arthur W. Sampson, L. T. Burcham
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Forage composition and yield: Studies of forage regrowth and grazing capacity on controlled burned areas in northern California

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Authors

Arthur W. Sampson
L. T. Burcham

Publication Information

California Agriculture 8(10):12-13.

Published October 01, 1954

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Abstract

Forage production studies following controlled burns on chaparral areas indicated that forage is usually most abundant in the first two years after burning.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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