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Some Economic Aspects of Reseeding Range Lands

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Successful plantings of deteriorated range lands have attracted much attention throughout the Intermountain region in recent years. Well-planned and carefully executed reseeding projects produce good stands that significantly improve the range. The cost-benefit relationships of this work, however, need to be more critically examined. The need for increased meat and wool production in our war effort and the promise of range reseeding as a huge work reservoir in a post-war conservation program make the consideration of this subject particularly timely.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Assistant Forest Ecologist, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, Utah

Publication date: 1943-05-01

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