Effect of Winter Burning on Herbaceous Cover on a Converted Chaparral Watershed
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CitationPase, C. P., & Knipe, O. D. (1977). Effect of winter burning on herbaceous cover on a converted chaparral watershed. Journal of Range Management, 30(5), 346-348.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractHerbage production by weeping, Boer, and Lehmann lovegrasses was essentially unaffected by winter burning on a converted chaparral watershed in central Arizona. Burning opened up the stand and resulted in increased forb production, total herbage production, and frequency of some species.