3 edition of Grass genera of western Canadian cattle rangelands found in the catalog.
Grass genera of western Canadian cattle rangelands
S. G. Aiken
|Other titles||Cattle rangelands.|
|Statement||S.G. Aiken and S.J. Darbyshire.|
|Series||Monograph / Research Branch, Agriculture Canada ;, no. 29, Monograph (Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Branch) ;, no. 29.|
|Contributions||Darbyshire, S. J.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.G74 A455 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||83214788|
grass flora, and they are found in this book. Recently, grasses have become much more popular as ornamentals. Bamboos (Bam-busa, Dendrocalamus, Phyllostachys, and other genera) have traditionally been cultivated, but now many herbaceous grass species are . Rangeland health assessment tools and resources are available in many provinces by contacting regional or provincial forage, grazing or cattle associations, extension specialists, or agrologists. The Grazing Response Index (GRI) is a simple, short-term monitoring tool to evaluate the effect of the current season’s grazing management.
Tens of thousands of farmers and ranchers depend on the health of rangelands and grasslands for their livelihoods. Rangelands encompass a wide variety of landscapes, including some grasslands, shrublands, wetlands, tundra, and deserts. Indigenous to every continent except Antarctica, grasslands’ vast expanse is dominated by grasses and non-woody plants. Journals & Books; Help Download PDF [L.] Nevski) is an exotic annual grass invading western rangelands. Invasion by medusahead is problematic because it decreases livestock forage production, degrades wildlife habitat, reduces biodiversity, and increases fire frequency. La invasión por esta especie es problemática porque genera una.
When livestock spend so much of their time on open range, the chance of encountering poisonous plants is greatly enhanced. IV. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF WESTERN RANGELANDS Typically rangelands of the western United States are characterized by rough topography, low and erratic precipitation, and poorly developed soils (5). Rangelands Heytesbury Cattle Co. manages million hectares of rangeland in the Victoria River District of the Northern Territory and Eastern Kimberley district of Western Australia. Our land asset the single most valuable component of our cattle enterprise and we have a responsibility to maintain its natural values in perpetuity.
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This monograph, number 29 in the series published by Agriculture Canada, contains descriptions of, as well as a key to, the grass genera of western Canadian cattle rangelands. An attribute list needed to identify the herbarium specimens used in the study is also included.
An introductory section defines the study area and provides a basic description of grass by: 3. Grass genera of western Canadian cattle rangelands. Ottawa, Canada: Research Branch, Agriculture Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S G Aiken; S J Darbyshire.
Grass genera of western Canadian cattle rangelands, S.G. Aiken and S.J. Darbyshire.Toronto Public Library. Grass genera of western Canadian cattle rangelands. by S G Aiken, S J Darbyshire. Format: Print Book Publication year: Held by WUR Library. Check Availability. Read Alternate Summary/Abstract.
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