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Ecology and management of sage-grouse and sage-grouse habitat
Abstract Sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus and C. minimus) historically inhabited much of the sagebrush-dominated habitat of North America. Today, sage-grouse populations are decliningExpand
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Weeds of the West
Weeds of the West is the foremost guide to identifying weeds in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, This easy to identify the incomparable guideExpand
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Long-term control of downy brome with an integrated approach is needed in order to sustain range productivity. Studies were conducted to study the effectiveness of a combination of downy bromeExpand
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Effects of herbicides on grass seed production and downy brome (Bromus tectorum)
Control of downy brome in cool-season perennial grasses grown for seed production must be done prior to seed harvest, because downy brome seeds cannot be separated from cool-season grass seeds. FieldExpand
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A Systems Approach for the Management of Russian Knapweed (Centaurea repens)
Studies were initiated in Wyoming to determine the potential of grass competition as an alternative to repetitive herbicide treatment or other cultural practices for control of Russian knap- weed. AnExpand
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Competitive Effects of Cool-Season Grasses on Re-Establishment of Three Weed Species1
The competitive ability of five cool-season grasses relative to Dalmatian toadflax, musk thistle, and downy brome was assessed in two field studies. In 1994, Bozoisky Russian wildrye and fourExpand
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Evaluation of original treatments, retreatments, and combinations on leafy spurge live shoot regrowth
Original dicamba and picloram treatments were applied May 15, 1980, to leafy spurge in the pre-bud to full-flower growth stage. Retreatments were made June 10, 1981 (fall 2,4-D August 28, 1981).Expand