Influence of variety and cutting stage on oat hay yields
AuthorsC. A. Schoner
T. E. Kearney
J. D. Prato
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Hilgardia 30(5):18-19. DOI:10.3733/ca.v030n05p18. May 1976.
Demand for oat hay has been stimulated by an increasing number of pleasure horses in California. Production now involves more than 250,000 acres annually in the state, on irrigated as well as dry- farmed lands.
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