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'Hatch' winterfat: a quality shrub for ranges and wildlands.
Value of mountain rye for suppression of annual bromegrasses on semiarid mined lands.
A model of woody-herbaceous biomass relationships in eucalypt and mesquite communities.
Temperature requirements for mountain rye, Hycrest crested wheatgrass, and downy brome germination.
Effects of defoliation, shading and competition on spotted knapweed and bluebunch wheatgrass.
Persistence of Idaho fescue on degraded sagebrush-steppe.
Features of a Grassland Theory.
Plant responses to defoliation and resource supplementation in the Pryor Mountains.
Seedling competition between mountain rye, 'Hycrest' crested wheatgrass, and downy brome.
Selecting Atriplex canescens for greater tolerance to competition.