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Review of Tobosa grass (Hilaria mutica)


, : Review of Tobosa grass (Hilaria mutica). Southwestern Naturalist 20(2): 255-263

This review on H. mutica includes sections on distribution, soils, succession, taxonomy, growth and development, fodder value and chemical composition and a description.

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DOI: 10.2307/3670443


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