agassn2 - b loams c sands d There would be no difference 5...

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1. What is the most serious consequence of rangeland mismanagement (over grazing)? a. loss of palatable forage plants. b. soil erosion c. low productivity of range livestock d. decrease in desirable wildlife species such as deer and quail 2. Which nutrient is most limiting to forage growth in the western USA? a. Sulfur b. Potassium c. Copper d. Nitrogen e. Phosphorus 3. Which climatic type has the driest winters and the wettest summers? a. Great Basin b. Pacific c. Southwestern d. Plains 4. Which soil texture type would most favor shrubs in arid areas of the world? a. clays
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Unformatted text preview: b. loams c. sands d. There would be no difference 5. List the 6 six factors that determine precipitation effectiveness in terms of forage production for a given area? Land, soil, soil water, ground water, management, channel, crops, other meteorological parameters 6. What is the most critical part of any range management plan from a soil standpoint? One of the most important techniques in range management is proper timing of grazing 7. Why does sagebrush usually return to sagebrush grass areas after brush control? Sagebrush reproduces by seed and not by sprouting,...
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