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Vegetation response on allotments grazed under rest-rotation management

Journal of Range Management 39(2): 166-174

Vegetation response on allotments grazed under rest-rotation management

The response of vegetation from 1973-83 on the Goldbanks and Pueblo Mountain cattle allotments in N. Nevada managed under a 3-pasture rest-rotation grazing system is described.

Accession: 001507108

DOI: 10.2307/3899292

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