Department of Agronomy
Drought and overgrazing have a devastating effect on range, often causing the deterioration of valuable range resources which in turn results in economic hardships for the livestock producer. When this occurs, decisions are often necessary to determine how to regain or increase production. To make rational decisions for range improvement, knowledge is needed about how a particular range will respond to different range improvement practices and to which sites they are applicable.
range management, wheatgrass, newell irrigation and dryland field station, pasture improvement practices, rangeland improvement practices
South Dakota Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Nichols, J. T., "Range Improvement Practices: Deteriorated Dense Clay Wheatgrass Range" (1969). Research Bulletins of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (1887-2011). 553.