Establishment and Management
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Grasses in the mid-South, University of Tennessee, PB 1746
Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Native Warm Season Grass
Guidelines for the Establishment of Warm Season Grass Hedges
For Erosion Control
FDC Enterprises Grasslands Services, contact Gregg Strand with
Contract Services at (269) 986-1823 or at
Warm Season Grasses for Hay and Pasture, Iowa
State University Extension, October 1994
The Investment Potential of Warm-Season Grasses
for Hill-Land Beef Producers. G.E. D’Souza, Romera, R.F., and Smith, D.K.
Using Switchgrass for Forage. University of Tennessee Extension.
Grasses to help with Future Droughts. Gary Bates. University of Tennessee Extension Services, Plant Sciences.
Warm Season Grasses as Intervention for Mid-Season Grazing in Ontario.
Warm Season Perennial Grasses for Forage in Kentucky. Monroe Rasnake, Henning, J., and Stipes, D.,
Cooperative Extension Service. University of Kentucky.
Wildlife and Best Management Practice
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Native Warm Season Grass and Legume Buffers for Water Quality and Wildlife Habitat Enhancement in
Agricultural Landscapes, USDA NRCS
Vegetative Covers to Control Sediment and Phosphorus (P) in Runoff from Dairy Waste Application Fields.
Comparing warm-season and cool-season grasses for
erosion control, water quality, and wildlife habitat