Identification of 22 Grasses Common in South Dakota
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Grassland, making up more than 50 percent of the land area in South Dakota, is one of the most important agricultural resources in the state. In addition to providing feed for livestock, grass is unexcelled for holding soils in place. It provides habitat for many kinds of wildlife and, when well-managed, adds to the beauty of the countryside. By proper use the value of grassland can be greatly increased.