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Assessment of range planting as a conservation practiceAuthor(s): Stuart P. Hardegree; Bruce A. Roundy; Nancy L. Shaw; Corey A. Moffet; Thomas A. Monaco; Thomas A. Jones; Edward F. Redente
Source: In: Abstracts of the 62nd Annual Meeting, Feb 8-12, 2009, Albuquerque, NM. Wheat Ridge, CO: Society for Range Management. 1 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionNRCS range-planting Conservation Practice standards are used to develop management recommendations for improving vegetation composition an productivity of grazed plant communities. Individual Conservation Practice recommendations are implemented within a Conservation-Management-System in areas where the existing plant-community attributes are insufficient to meet management goals for productivity and species composition, and where natural recovery toward a more desirable State is not expected to occur.
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CitationHardegree, Stuart P.; Roundy, Bruce A.; Shaw, Nancy L.; Moffet, Corey A.; Monaco, Thomas A.; Jones, Thomas A.; Redente, Edward F. 2009. Assessment of range planting as a conservation practice. In: Abstracts of the 62nd Annual Meeting, Feb 8-12, 2009, Albuquerque, NM. Wheat Ridge, CO: Society for Range Management. 1 p.
Keywordsrange planting, conservation, management
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