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A grazing system in the Mohave Desert



A grazing system in the Mohave Desert



Rangelands 4(6): 256-257



The Mohave desert vegetation is dominated by Ambrosia dumosa, Larrea divaricata and Yucca brevifolia. In grazing trials with cattle in 1969-80 in NW Arizona, av. utilization of perennial forage was low at 30-35%. The main grasses were Hilaria rigida, Oryzopsis hymenoides and Sitanion spp. and the main browse spp. were A. dumosa and Eurotia lanata.

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