• Sixweeks Fescue As A Deterrent To Blue Grama Utilization

      Hyder, D. N.; Bement, R. E. (Society for Range Management, 1964-09-01)
      Sixweeks fescue was found unacceptable to cattle at all seasons and nitrogen fertilization did not increase its rooting strength or palatability. It contributed nothing to forage supply and interfered with cattle grazing of blue grama. Alternative practices for alleviating irregular grazing distribution include weed control or fertilization of infested areas to attract cattle.
    • Vegetational Responses Following Winged Elm and Oak Control in Oklahoma

      Dalrymple, R. L.; Dwyer, D. D.; Santelmann, P. W. (Society for Range Management, 1964-09-01)
      Total herbage production increased significantly following 92 to 100 percent control of winged elm, oak, and hickory trees. This increase, however, was mostly in less desirable grass and forb plants, even on reseeded plots. Natural recovery of desirable grasses after brush control on this type in Oklahoma appears to be a slow process. Reseeding may speed up forage plant establishment, but more research is needed.