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Grazing intensity trials on seeded ranges in the ponderosa pine zone of ColoradoAuthor(s): W. M. Johnson
Source: Journal of Range Management. 12(1): 1-7.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionSeeding ranges for the improvement of forage values is now a recognized practice. Depleted ranges and abandoned farmlands in the ponderosa pine zone of Colorado can be successfully seeded (Hull and Johnson, 1955). The kind of grass to plant, when, where, and how, have been determined through research, but comparable information on how to graze seeded ranges is scarce. Proper grazing use of established stands is essential to good management.
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CitationJohnson, W. M. 1959. Grazing intensity trials on seeded ranges in the ponderosa pine zone of Colorado. Journal of Range Management. 12(1): 1-7.
Keywordsgrazing, forage, seeding, range management
- Range seeding in the ponderosa pine zone in Colorado
- Restoration of the ponderosa pine ecosystem and its understory
- Reintroducing fire into a ponderosa pine forest with and without cattle grazing: understory vegetation response
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