Range Plants

Characteristics of Selected Western Kansas Range Plants R. A. Nicholson, J. L. Launchbaugh. Occasional Paper No. 1, June 1991, Sternberg Museum of Natural History, Hays, Kansas.

Controlling prairie threeawn (Aristida oliganthai> Michx.) in Central and Eastern Kansas with Fall Burning C. E. Owensby, J. L. Launchbaugh. September 1977. Journal of Range Management 30(5):337-339.

Effect of Annual Fire on Tallgrass Prairie Legumes G. Towne and A. K. Knapp. Cattlemen's Day 1996. Report of Progress 756. 2 pages.

Establishing Native Grasses Paul D. Ohlenbusch. KSU Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. MF-2291. October 1997. 4 pages.

Fertilizing and burning flint hills bluestem C. E. Owensby, E. F. Smith. July 1979. Journal of Range Management 32(4):254-257.

Principal Poisonous Plants in Kansas Frank C. Gates, Technical Bulletin 25, July 1930, Agricultural Experiment Station, Kansas State Agricultural College.

Range burning and fertilizing related to nutritive value of bluestem grass L. J. Allen, L. H. Harbers, R. R. Schalles, C. E. Owensby, E. F. Smith. July 1976. Journal of Range Management 29(4):306-308.

Range Grasses of Kansas Paul D. Ohlenbusch, Elizabeth P. Hodges, Susan Pope. KSU Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. C-567. July 1983. 25 pages.

Seeding Native Grass Mixtures Paul D. Ohlenbusch and Dale R. Kirkham. Proceedings - Ranch Management Field Day. KSU Cooperative Extension Service. July 1987. 4 pages.