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Creeping Bluestem Compared with Four Other Native Range Grasses
Journal of range management
Highlight: Creeping bluestem (Andropogon stolonifer (Nash/ Hitchc.), an important rhizomatous perennial native bluestem ofFlorida and southeast Georgia, was compared under five use-management schemes with four other important native range grasses common to the same region. The creeping bluestem was found to consistently outyield the other grasses throughout all the use-management plans under which they were compared. Three systems of management found feasible for the utilization of anddoi:10.2307/3896874 fatcat:n6fco33i6ng4vp4gbmizhmyvh4