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Crops  >  Pasture and Forage  >  PMR 1007

Incorporating Prairies into Multifunctional Landscapes

Meghann Jarchow

See how prairies can benefit farms and find the steps necessary to establish and manage prairies. Look at various uses for prairies: livestock grazing, hay production, biomass feedstocks, and carbon sequestering.

Pages / Length: 28
Publication Date: 08/2011
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