1 edition of Use of the grazed-plant method for estimating utilization of some range grasses in New Mexico found in the catalog.
by Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Fort Collins, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||H.W. Springfield and Geraldine Peterson|
|Series||Research note RM -- 22, Research note RM -- 22.|
|Contributions||Peterson, Geraldine, United States. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 pages :|
An exact estimate of percent cover is thought to give a false sense of precision and cover estimates from mulitple observers rarely agree. Although some precision is lost, categorical classification has good repeatability. The relevÈ method is quick, nonmathimatical, and should detect nearly all plant species in a given community. Range in northeastern Oregon yearly utilization of bluebunch wheatgrass (Agropyron spi-catum) varied from 38 to 69 per-cent, yet the average for the pe-riod was close to 50 percent. He concluded that any adjustments in stocking rate on a basis of year to year use would not be justi-fied. Since methodology used in ap-praising range utilization has.
Rangeland Ecology & Management / Journal of Range Management Archives Grazing Montana New Mexico Oregon Texas Utah Wyoming biomass botanical composition cattle forage grasses grazing grazing intensity rain range management rangelands seasonal variation stocking rate. User. Username: Password: Remember me: Journal Help. Grazed Plant. Someseedsdiffi-cultorimpossible toremovefrom harvestedcrop Harding None Reedcanarygrass, allannualcanary-grasses,Fescue, Ryegrass,Water-grass Smilo None Pigweed Fescue OthervarietiesofFescue(Meadow,Talland Alta,andK)maybefoundasescapesin ditchbanks,roadsides,etc.,adjacenttoirri-gatedpastures Ryegrass OtherFescues Watergrass WildOats.
The major grasses found in study paddocks were mesa dropseed, threeawns (Aristida spp.), black grama (Bouteloua eriopoda [Torrey] Torrey) and fluffgrass (Dasyochloa pulchella [Kunth] Steudel).The major half-shrubs were broom snakeweed and desert zinnia (Zinnia graniflora Nutt.).Some mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa Torrey) grew in the area.A large number of forb species were present. This method is dependent on the amount of seed / soil contact that can occur and also on the type of grass planted (cool season / warm season). Warm season grasses will RARELY germinate if they simply are laying on top of the ground, unless some action (walking, rain, raking, etc.) causes them to .
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Title. Use of the grazed-plant method for estimating utilization of some range grasses in New Mexico / Related Titles. Series: Research note RM ; By. Springfield, H. Use of the grazed-plant method for estimating utilization of some range grasses in New Mexico / By H.
Springfield, Geraldine. Peterson, Colo.) Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins and United States.
Grazed-class Method of Estimating Forage Utilization. Rangeland Ecology & Management / Journal of Range Management Archives California Colorado Grazing Montana New Mexico Oregon Texas Utah Wyoming biomass botanical composition cattle forage grasses grazing grazing intensity rain range management rangelands seasonal variation stocking rate.
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Use of the grazed-plant method for estimating utilization of some range grasses in New Mexico / H.W. Springfield and Geraldine Peterson. By H. (Harry Wayne) Springfield AbstractAuthor: H. (Harry Wayne) Springfield. Summary. To provide the revised University of Arizona Bulletin, A on "Estimating of Range Use with Grazed-Class Photo Guides." This guide can be used in estimating utilization levels of native grasses forthe purpose of planning and estimating forage use of key species.
This method. Estimating Perennial Grass Utilization on Semidesert Cattle Ranges by Percentage of Ungrazed Plants ” MACK E. Range Conservationist, Southwestern Forest and A NY utilization survey method must be simple, rapid, and accurate to be of use on commercial cattle ranches.
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management (e.g., estimating biomass for determining stocking rates or fuel loads prior to a prescribed fire). However, the translation of this research into natural resource management has been gradual, most likely due to the use of metric units in the original Robel study (i.e., range pole segments divided by decimeters.
A, Linear regression between point cloud and ungrazed plant method estimates of utilization with transects as the sample unit. Plot numbers are labeled 1−6 on the graphs.
Society for Range Management, Denver, CO. Gierisch, R.K. An adaption of the grazed plant method for estimating utilization of thurber fescue. Journal of Range Management Hurd, R.M., and N.A. Kissinger. Estimating utilization of Idaho fescue (Festuca idahoensis) on cattle range by percent of plants grazed.
Springfield, H. (Harry Wayne), Use of the grazed-plant method for estimating utilization of some range grasses in New Mexico / (Fort Collins, Colo.: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, ), also by Geraldine Mann Peterson and Colo.) Rocky Mountain Forest and Range. in observer estimation trends over the sampling season. Use of the reference unit method was consistent among observers and is a viable option for estimating and monitoring herbaceous grassland aboveground biomass.
KEY WORDS ANPP, biomass, calibrating estimates, double sampling, mixed grass prairie, observer experience. Figures 1, 2 and 3 show different grasses and the relationship between plant height and weight. Because most of the weight of a grass plant is near the base, 50 percent use by weight is not the same level as 50 percent use by height.
When measuring the height of key grass species, you must follow proper protocol (Figures 4, 5 and 6). Inventorying and Monitoring Grazing National Range and Pasture Handbook Land Resources Chapter 4 4–ii (–VI–NRPH, October ) Examples Example 4–1 Completed Browse Resource Evaluation worksheet 4–11 showing trend and utilization 1 Example.
Determining utilization has been one of the most difficult tasks required of range scientists down through the years (Pieper ). Utilization is defined as the portion of the current year's growth of the plant that the animal consumes or destroys. For this reason it is difficult to measure utilization because you are trying to measure something that no longer exists.
Numerous methods have. Our 2 study areas in northwestern New Mexico were within a shortgrass prairie pasture with a long history of moderate cattle grazing and an adjoining area with grazing exclusion since Both areas are controlled by the BLM (lat 34°′N, long °′W).
They occur near Highway about 57 km south and 4 km east of Grants, New Mexico.Gibbens RP et al () Some impacts of 2,4,5-T on a mesquite duneland ecosystem in Southern New Mexico. A synthesis. J Range Manage – CrossRef Google Scholar.Consider your moisture outlook, soil fertility, and other management when estimating yield.
*Keep in mind that the higher end of the suggested yield estimates are based on the possible production under a rotational grazing system.
If continuous season-long grazing is being practiced, use more conservative yield estimates to avoid overstocking.