Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. F.W. Albertson
A logical approach to the question of how much forage is taken by livestock would be, it seems, to study first the growth habits of the important species of p:i.sture and range grasses in the areas where they are used. The purpose of this report, therefore, was to stud y the development of several species of perennial grasses in the mixed prairie of west-central Kamas from near the beginning of the grazing season until the grasses had reached maturity.
Copyright 1948 John L. Launchbaugh
Library Call Number
LD2652 .T5 B6 L38 1948
Launchbaugh, John, "Studies of Increment, Height-Weight, and Moisture Content of Important Western Kansas Grasses." (1948). Master's Theses. 410.