Final Report: Controlling Tall Oatgrass in Fender’s Blue Butterfly Habitats Public Deposited

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  • We report final results from a five-year field experiment evaluating the effects of different mowing regimes on groups of native and non-native grasses and forbs. The study site was a degraded prairie at Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge dominated by the pest plant Arrhenatherum elatius (tall oatgrass). Mowing treatments differed in time of year they were applied, mowing height, and removal of cut material. Treatments started in 1994 and continued through 1998.
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  • 31 pages
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  • Submitted to Oregon Natural Heritage Program and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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