Master's Theses

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Date of Award

Spring 1941

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)




Dr. F.W. Albertson


This study, which covered a period of two years, was originated in order to learn more of the merits and faults of side-oats grama grass as a revegetation and soil conservation plant in the Great Plains Region. It was suggested by the fact that there is a definite need for more knowledge about the native grasses which are potential revegetation plants of the Great Plains. An attempt was made to find as many growth habits of the species as possible, and a comparison was made in the growth, development, and forage production of plants grown from seed produced in different climatic areas in the Great Plains.


Copyright 1941 Harold Hopkins


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