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Grass development and seasonal growth patterns are used in making range management decisions. Plant development and dry matter accumulation of four warm-season grasses were studied in the Nebraska Sandhills. Development of the grasses were slowed during 1974 due to low precipitation. Plant, leaf blade, and stem dry matter accumulation per shoot increased with successive harvests and were considerably greater both years for the tall grasses, sand bluestem [Andropogon hallii Hack.] anddoi:10.2307/3897385 fatcat:n3ioeiacgzew5fruo32wokphie