CitationGates, D. H. (1966). Cooperative range management in Oregon—sagebrush control. Journal of Range Management, 19(5), 307-308.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractSagebrush control on suitable sites continues to be a desirable range improvement practice. In Oregon, rancher-Extension cooperative planning groups allow pooling of individual acreages resulting in extremely low bids for both herbicides and aerial application. Brush control and range seedings provide needed flexibility in range management planning.