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Vol 15, No 4 (July 1962) Seed Characteristics of Bluejoint and Techniques for Threshing.  PDF
L.J. Klebesadel, J.J. Branton
 
Vol 11, No 2 (March 1958) Testing New Range Forage Plants.  PDF
J.L. Schwendiman
 
Vol 7, No 6 (November 1954) Viable Seed Recovered from Fecal Pellets of Sheep and Deer.  PDF
H.F. Heady
 
Vol 3, No 2 (April 1950) Effects of Different Intensities of Grazing on Depth and Quantity of Roots of Grasses.  PDF
J.E. Weaver
 
Vol 51, No 1 (January 1998) Improvement of dry tropical rangelands on Hainan Island, China. 4. Effect of seedbed on pasture establishment. Abstract  PDF
D.L. Michalk, N.P. Fu, C.M. Zhu
 
Vol 47, No 6 (1994) Range assessment using remote sensing in Northwest Patagonia (Argentina). Abstract  PDF
J.M. Paruelo, R.A. Golluscio
 
Vol 42, No 4 (July 1989) Characterization of seed germination and seedling survival during the initial wet-dry periods following planting.  PDF
G.W. Frasier
 
Vol 18, No 2 (March 1965) Soil Moisture Conditions Under Pastures of Cool-Season and Warm-Season Grasses.  PDF
E.C. Conard, V.E. Youngman
 
Vol 14, No 3 (May 1961) Ground Cover and Plants Present on Grazed Annual Range As Affected By Nitrogen Fertilization.  PDF
M.B. Jones, V. Martin
 
Vol 9, No 4 (July 1956) The Effects of Nitrates and Phosphates upon Forage Production of a Southern Arizona Desert Grassland Range.  PDF
B.N. Freeman, R.R. Humphrey
 
Vol 6, No 2 (March 1953) Seasonal Trends of Minerals and Proteins in Prairie Grasses.  PDF
J.S. Williams
 
Vol 52, No 4 (July 1999) Canopy analysis as a technique to characterize defoliation intensity on Sandhills range. Abstract  PDF
M.S. Miller-Goodman, L.E. Moser, S.S. Waller, J.E. Brummer, P.E. Reece
 
Vol 50, No 4 (July 1997) Degradability of Andrean range forages in llamas and sheep. Abstract  PDF
D. Genin, M. Tichit
 
Vol 49, No 3 (May 1996) Mineral dynamics in forages of the Northern Great Plains. Abstract  PDF
E.E. Grings, M.R. Haferkamp, R.K. Heitschmidt, M.G. Karl
 
Vol 46, No 4 (July 1993) Effects of sericea lespedeza residues on cool-season grasses. Abstract  PDF
K.L. Kalburtji, J.A. Mosjidis
 
Vol 40, No 4 (July 1987) Soil and vegetation responses to simulated trampling.  PDF
A.H. Abdel-Magid, M.J. Trlica, R.H. Hart
 
Vol 20, No 5 (September 1967) Influence of Temperature on the Germination of Some Range Grasses.  PDF
O.D. Knipe
 
Vol 16, No 6 (November 1963) Fertilization of Seeded Grasses on Mountainous Rangelands in Northeastern Utah and Southeastern Idaho.  PDF
A.C. Hull
 
Vol 8, No 4 (July 1955) A Comparison of Seeded Grasses Under Grazing and Protection on a Mountain Brush Burn.  PDF
N.C. Frischknecht, A.P. Plummer
 
Vol 4, No 3 (May 1951) Replacing Wyethia with Desirable Forage Species.  PDF
W.F. Mueggler, J.P. Blaisdell
 
Vol 51, No 5 (September 1998) Heated substrate and smoke: influence on seed emergence and plant growth. Abstract  PDF
R.R. Blank, J.A. Young
 
Vol 48, No 4 (July 1995) Yield and quality of RS-2, a quackgrass X bluebunch wheatgrass hybrid. Abstract  PDF
M.R. Haferkamp, D.C. Adams, M.M. Borman, E.E. Grings, P.O. Currie
 
Vol 44, No 5 (September 1991) Grazing effects and range trend assessment on California bighorn sheep range. Abstract  PDF
B.M. Wikeem, M.D. Pitt
 
Vol 37, No 4 (July 1984) Yields, nutrient quality, and palatability to sheep of fourteen grass accessions for potential use on sagebrush-grass range in southeastern Idaho.  PDF
R.B. Murray
 
Vol 19, No 3 (May 1966) Influence of Soil Compaction on Emergence and First-Year Growth of Seeded Grasses.  PDF
H. Barton, J.E. McCully
 
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