Influence of cattle grazing and forage seeding on establishment of conifers in southwest Oregon
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Influence of cattle grazing and forage seeding on establishment of conifers in southwest Oregon

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Written in English


  • Conifers -- Oregon -- Growth.,
  • Grazing -- Oregon.,
  • Forage plants -- Oregon -- Seeds.

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Statementby Mabel Alejandro-Castro.
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Pagination128 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages128
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Open LibraryOL14313844M

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