CitationHodgkinson, H. S., & Young, A. E. (1973). Rough fescue (Festuca scabrella Torr.) in Washington. Journal of Range Management, 26(1), 25-26.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractIn Washington, rough fescue occurs primarily north of the 47 degrees latitude and east of the Cascade Mountains. There are two large, well-represented areas. Other locations are represented by small areas, some containing only scattered plants. Rough fescue is very palatable and should be managed as the key species when it makes up more than 15% of the total plant composition. To maintain or improve good stands, no more than 50% of the annual current year's growth should be removed.