Rangeland Fertilization for Balanced Forage and Cattle Nutrition

Mayland, H.F. (1969) Rangeland Fertilization for Balanced Forage and Cattle Nutrition. pp. 192-200. In: Proc. 20th Ann. Pac. NW Fert. Conf. USA-WA-Spokane, 1969/07/08-10.

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Abstract

An important grazing resource in the United States is the big sagebrush-bunchgrass complex. It occupies nearly 94 million acres in southern Idaho, Utah, western Wyoming, Nevada, southeastern Oregon and south-central Washington. This area is often referred to as the Great Basin because of its precipitation pattern. Annual precipitation is generally less than 14 inches, and most of it falls during the winter and spring. The principal grasses are perennial bunch types, including species of wheatgrass, bromegrass, bluegrass, needlegrass and fescue.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
NWISRL Publication Number: 0177
Subjects: Animal
Irrigated crops > Grass forage
Mass Import - autoclassified (may be erroneous)
Depositing User: Dan Stieneke
Date Deposited: 20 Nov 2010 21:56
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2017 20:47
Item ID: 970
URI: https://eprints.nwisrl.ars.usda.gov/id/eprint/970

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