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Grazing systems on the Arizona Strip

, : Grazing systems on the Arizona Strip. Rangelands: a resource under siege Proceedings of the 2nd International Rangeland Congress, Adelaide, Australia, 13-18 May 1984: 239-240

Data obtained from 28 grazing systems (rest rotation/deferred rotation) on the Arizona Strip are summarized. Where there was room for vegetation improvement, this occurred when utilization of the current year's forage was held below an av. of 55%.

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