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Vol 20, No 3 (May 1967) Root and Shoot Growth of Five Range Grasses.  PDF
R.L. Dalrymple, D.D. Dwyer
 
Vol 16, No 4 (July 1963) The Wonderful Prairie Sod.  PDF
J.E. Weaver
 
Vol 12, No 2 (March 1959) Effect of Range Fertilization on Growth of Three Southern Arizona Grasses.  PDF
R.C. Honnas, R.R. Branscomb
 
Vol 8, No 3 (May 1955) Effects of Clipping, Burning, and Competition on Establishment and Survival of Some Native Grasses in Wisconsin.  PDF
W.C. Robocker, B.J. Miller
 
Vol 4, No 2 (March 1951) Grazing Preferences of Cattle for Certain Reseeding Grasses.  PDF
H.W. Springfield, H.G. Reynolds
 
Vol 51, No 1 (January 1998) Best linear unbiased prediction of herbivore preferences. Abstract  PDF
R.M. Rodriguez Iglesias, M.M. Kothmann
 
Vol 48, No 2 (March 1995) Nitrogen and atrazine on shortgrass: vegetation, cattle and economic responses. Abstract  PDF
R.H. Hart, M.C. Shoop, M.M. Ashby
 
Vol 44, No 4 (July 1991) Use of dry-weight rank multipliers for desert vegetation. Abstract  PDF
R. Mazaika, P.R. Krausman
 
Vol 24, No 3 (May 1971) Emergence of Grass Seedlings Under Crop Residue Culture.  PDF
J.R. Stroh, V.P. Sundberg
 
Vol 19, No 1 (January 1966) Vegetation-Soils And Vegetation-Grazing Relations From Frequency Data.  PDF
D.N. Hyder, C. Bement
 
Vol 14, No 6 (November 1961) Fall Seeding Versus Spring Seeding in The Establishment of Five Grasses and One Alfalfa in Southern Saskatchewan.  PDF
M.R. Kilcher
 
Vol 10, No 5 (September 1957) A New Look at Erosion Control.  PDF
N.H. French
 
Vol 7, No 1 (January 1954) Stimulation of Native Annual Clovers Through Application of Sulfur on California Foothill Range.  PDF
J.R. Bentley, L.R. Green
 
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