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10185. USDA Agricultural Research Service.. 1957. Grasses and legumes for forage and conservation.. Special Report ARS 22-43, USDA-ARS, Washington, D.C..
This report gives a short description of over 50 grass and legume species suitable for conservation use in various parts of the U.S. Generalized maps of adaptation are included that suggest species for the dryland cereal region of the Northwest.

3570. Kent, R.L.. 1957. Conservation crop rotations in the PNW.. J. Soil Water Conservation, 12(6): 269.
Experimental data and observations indicate that crop rotations with grass and legumes is needed in the wheat-pea area. Also of importance are strip croping, contour operation, stubble mulching, early seeding of winter wheat. T: comparison of OM, water loss, soil loss from virgin land and crop land.

10215. McClure, N.R., A.L. Hafenrichter, and J.L. Schwendiman. 1958. Grasses and legumes for conservation farming in north-central Oregon and adjacent areas.. USDA-Soil Conservation Service, Portland, OR..
This publication summarizes the findings of an on-farm plant nursery near Condon, OR, that was set up by the SCS to field test promising drought-tolerant grasses and legumes. Recommended mixtures for various purposes (hay, green manure, conservation) are listed. Yield data for four years are presented as well.

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