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Alternative uses for ryegrass lands Public Deposited

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  • Agricultural field burning in Oregon's Willamette Valley has been an accepted farming practice for sanitizing fields and removing stubble and residues left on fields after harvest since the early 1940s. Unfortunately, the smoke and debris created by the burning in combination with other pollutants have been causing health and environmental problems in many parts of the Willamette Valley. Due to the probable increase of these problems and the increasing demand by citizens to stop the burning, a search for alternative uses for grass seed and for open field burning lands has become an important issue and is the focus of this paper.
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