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Some Probable Developments in Control of Noxious Range Plants.
Seasonal diets of herded sheep grazing Douglas-fir plantations.
Seedling competition between mountain rye, 'Hycrest' crested wheatgrass, and downy brome.
Feeding by a native grasshopper reduces broom snakeweed density and biomass.
A Ten-Year Study of Vegetational Changes Associated with Biological Control of Klamath Weed.
Prior grazing by sheep reduces waxy larkspur consumption by cattle: an observation.
Comparison of sheep and goat preferences for leafy spurge.
Association of the wheat stem sawfly with basin wildrye.
Lessons in developing successful invasive weed control programs.
Biological replacement control of "Crofton weed".