Effects of Fall Grazing on Grass-Leaf Height
Manske, Llewellyn L.
NDSU Dickinson Research Extension Center
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Summarizes the results of a study conducted from 1958 to 1962 at the Dickinson Research Extension Center by H. Goetz and previously published (1963) as his master's degree thesis. Indicated that fall grazing is detrimental to perennial grasses, greatly reducing the leaf height of the plants the following growing season.