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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
Launchbaugh, John, "Studies of Increment, Height-Weight, and Moisture Content of Important Western Kansas Grasses." (1948). Master's Theses. 410.