Economic Research Institute Study paper
Utah State University
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The Utah Department of Agriculture is authorized by the State of Utah to coordinate and assist in the development and implementation of programs to benefit agricultural science and technology in various areas of the agricultural sector of the State. The Department has an ongoing program to support the improvement of rangel ands and problem land sites with in the state, and, in general, to support the viability of the farm sector and its various enterprises. This project is a part of that overall support program and involves an initial investigation of the potential of producing grass seed for the range improvment, problem site and land reclamation markets as a study contracted to the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station through Utah State University.
Glover, T. F.; Asay, K. H.; Young, S. A.; Evans, J. O.; and Haws, B. A., "Alternative Wildland Grass Seed Development: A Preliminary Investigation" (1986). Economic Research Institute Study Papers. Paper 441.