Bluestem Grasses in Texas: A Field Guide to Native and Introduced Species

Date of Publication
August 31, 2021
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Identify the bluestem grasses on your property and meet your land management goals with this publication.

This book aims to help landowners identify the bluestem species on their property and determine whether the grasses fit the management goals for their land.

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