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    Author(s): D. F. Hervey; W. M. Johnson
    Date: 1954
    Source: Colorado Farm and Home Research. 5: 3-4, 11.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    Have we been overlooking a good bet by not using more Russian wild rye in our range reseeding programs? The drought of the past few years has proved the ability of Russian wild rye to stay alive when other seeded grasses die.

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    Hervey, D. F.; Johnson, W. M. 1954. Don't overlook Russian wild rye. Colorado Farm and Home Research. 5: 3-4, 11.


    Russian wild rye, seeding, range management, grazing, livestock

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