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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: RANGELAND RESTORATION AND MANAGEMENT

Location: Range and Meadow Forage Management Research

Title: Medusahead In Sagebrush Steppe Rangelands: Control, Restoration, And Prevention.

Authors
item Johnson, Dustin -
item Davies, Kirk

Submitted to: Extension Publications
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: February 2, 2010
Publication Date: March 30, 2010
Repository URL: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/harney/sites/default/files/Spring_2010_Newsletter_-2_0.pdf
Citation: Johnson, D., Davies,K. 2010.Medusahead In Sagebrush Steppe Rangelands: Control, Restoration, And Prevention.

Interpretive Summary: Medusahead is a non-native annual grass that is degrading sagebrush rangelands. However, information on its management is not widely available to land managers. We compiled results from previous studies to provide information on controlling, restoring, and preventing medusahead infestations in sagebrush rangelands. This information is useful to private and public land managers in the western United States.

Technical Abstract: Medusahead is a non-native annual grass that is degrading sagebrush rangelands. However, information on its management is not widely available to land managers. We compiled results from previous studies to provide information on controlling, restoring, and preventing medusahead infestations in sagebrush rangelands. This information is useful to private and public land managers in the western United States.

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