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Rodent control activities in connection with grass adaptability studiesAuthor(s): Jack F. Welch; Charles L. Terrell
Source: Journal of Forestry. 46(5): 379-380.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionDuring the winter of 1945 and 1946, considerable rodent activity was noted in grass plots at the Manitou Experimental Forest established for the purpose of determining seed adaptability. The plots had been planted during October 1945, and the only seed present was that which had not yet germinated.
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CitationWelch, Jack F.; Terrell, Charles L. 1948. Rodent control activities in connection with grass adaptability studies. Journal of Forestry. 46(5): 379-380.
Keywordsrodent activity, grass plots, seed adaptability
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