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Vol 22, No 4 (July 1969) Water Use, Adaptability, and Chemical Composition of Grasses Seeded at High Elevations.  PDF
R.K. Tew
Vol 18, No 3 (May 1965) Prediction of Weight Composition from Point Samples on Clipped Hedge.  PDF
H.F. Heady, G.M. Van Dyne
Vol 14, No 4 (July 1961) Emergence and Growth of Annual and Perennial Grasses and Forbs in Soils Altered by Halogeton Leachate.  PDF
F.E. Kinsinger, R.E. Eckert
Vol 9, No 6 (November 1956) One Rancher's Experience-In The Grassland Range of Southern Arizona.  PDF
J.W. Bohning, S.C. Martin
Vol 6, No 3 (May 1953) Frost Heaving of Grass and Brush Seedlings on Burned Chamise Brushlands in California.  PDF
H.H. Biswell, J.I. Schultz
Vol 49, No 4 (July 1996) Effects of Flourensia cernua ingestion on intake, digesta kinetics, and ruminal fermentation of sheep consuming tobosa. Abstract  PDF
D.W. King, R.E. Estell, E.L. Fredrickson, K.M. Havstad, J.D. Wallace, L.W. Murray
Vol 46, No 5 (September 1993) Characterization of crown node elevation in Panicoid grasses. Abstract  PDF
C.R. Tischler, P.W. Voigt
Vol 41, No 3 (May 1988) Irrigation water for vegetation establishment.  PDF
R.E. Ries, F.M. Sandoval, J.F. Power
Vol 20, No 6 (November 1967) Chemical Curing of Range Grasses with Paraquat.  PDF
F.A. Sneva
Vol 17, No 1 (January 1964) A Comparative Study of Soils of Selected Creosotebush Sites in Southern New Mexico.  PDF
K.A. Valentine, J.J. Norris
Vol 13, No 2 (March 1960) Cultural Methods and Their Relation to Establishment of Native and Exotic Grasses in Range Seedlings.  PDF
D.S. Douglas, K.H. Hafenrichter
Vol 8, No 6 (November 1955) Some Aspects of Range Improvement in a Mediterranean Environment.  PDF
Z. Naveh
Vol 4, No 4 (July 1951) Vegetational Changes on a 25 Year Susere in the Loess Hill Region.  PDF
J.W. Voigt
Vol 51, No 1 (January 1998) Late growing-season fire effects in mid-successional tallgrass prairies. Abstract  PDF
D.M. Engle, R.L. Mitchell, R.L. Stevens
Vol 48, No 5 (September 1995) Effects of incubation time and sodium sulfite upon in-vitro digestibility estimates and sample filtering time. Abstract  PDF
J. Hunt, W. Pinchak, D. Hutcheson
Vol 45, No 2 (March 1992) Evaluation of microhistological analysis for determining ruminant diet botanical composition. Abstract  PDF
D. Alipayo, R. Valdez, J.L. Holechek, M. Cardenas
Vol 37, No 6 (November 1984) Germination Profiles of Introduced grasses at Six Constant Temperatures.  PDF
M.H. Martin, J.R. Cox
Vol 15, No 5 (September 1962) Growth in the Greenhouse of Grasses and Shrubs on Soils from Shadescale and Sagebrush Areas.  PDF
A.C. Hull
Vol 11, No 3 (May 1958) Competition Between Forbs and Grasses.  PDF
D.D. Dwyer
Vol 8, No 1 (January 1955) An Approach to Cooperative Range Management.  PDF
W.J. Colward, D.S. Fulwider
Vol 3, No 4 (October 1950) Wildlife Depredations on Broadcast Seedings on Burned Brushlands.  PDF
W.E. Howard
Vol 52, No 4 (July 1999) Botanical composition of cattle and vizcacha diets in central Argentina. Abstract  PDF
E.E. Bontti, R.M. Boo, L.I. Lindstrom, O.R. Elia
Vol 50, No 5 (September 1997) Long-term soil nitrogen and vegetation change on sandhill rangeland. Abstract  PDF
W.A. Berg, J.A. Bradford, P.L. Sims
Vol 48, No 1 (January 1995) Effects of buffer additions on fermentation of dormant range grasses. Abstract  PDF
P.A. Momont, R.J. Pruitt, R.H. Pritchard, P.S. Johnson
Vol 42, No 4 (July 1989) Response of established forages on reclaimed mined land to fertilizer N and P.  PDF
J.D. Reeder, W.J. McGinnies
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