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Zorro annual fescue for emergency revegetation

Authors

Burgess L. Kay
Walter L. Graves
Theodore E. Adams
Michael Garver
Kenneth Croeni
Robert D. Slayback

Authors Affiliations

Burgess L. Kay is Specialist, Department of Agronomy and Range Science, University of California, Davis; Walter L. Graves is U.C. Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor in San Diego County (presently on leave with USDA-AID in Tunisia); Theodore E. Adams is U.C. Cooperative Extension Wildlands Specialist, Davis; Michael Garver, at the time of this study was with CelPril Industries Inc., Manteca; Kenneth Croeni, Manager, USDA-Soil Conservation Service, Plant Materials Center, Lockeford, and Plant Materials Specialist, SCS, Davis. Field assistance in data collection by John McKenzie and Bancha Poungded of San Diego County is gratefully acknowledged; Robert D. Slayback, Manager, USDA-Soil Conservation Service, Plant Materials Center, Lockeford, and Plant Materials Specialist, SCS, Davis. Field assistance in data collection by John McKenzie and Bancha Poungded of San Diego County is gratefully acknowledged.

Publication Information

Hilgardia 35(1):15-17. DOI:10.3733/ca.v035n01p15. January 1981.

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Abstract

Zorro annual fescue outperformed other grasses in problem areas.
Kay B, Graves W, Adams T, Garver M, Croeni K, Slayback R. 1981. Zorro annual fescue for emergency revegetation. Hilgardia 35(1):15-17. DOI:10.3733/ca.v035n01p15
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