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    Annual weeds continue to expand throughout the West eliminating many desirable species and plant communities. Wildfires are now common on lands infested with annual weeds, causing a loss of wildlife habitat and other natural resources. Measures can be used to reduce burning and restore native plant communities, but restoration is difficult and costly.

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    Monsen, Stephen B.; Kitchen, Stanley G., comps. 1994. Proceedings - Ecology and management of annual rangelands; 1992 May 18-21; Boise, ID. Gen. Tech. Rep INT-GTR-313. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station. 416 p.


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    cheatgrass, weed control, fire ecology, restoration, species utility, seed germination, seedbed ecology

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