Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Gerald W. Tomanek
This study, -which covered a period of two years, was originated in order to learn more of western -wheatgrass as a revegetation and soil conservation plant. It was suggested by the fact that there is a definite need for more knowledge about this native grass which is a potential revegetation plant of the Great Plains. An attempt was made to study growth habits of the shoots, roots and rhizomes of western wheatgrass.
Copyright 1956 Ernest C. Snook
Snook, Ernest, "A Study of Shoot, Root, and Rhizome Development of Western Wheatgrass (Agropyron Smithii)" (1956). Master's Theses. 565.