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    • Growing Small Grains for Forage in Virginia 

      Smith, S. Ray; Benson, Brinkley; Thomason, Wade Everett (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      Discusses growing small grain cereal crops for livestock feed in Virginia. Discusses concerns such as seeding rates, liming and fertilization, grazing systems, cereal hay production and more.
    • 'Matua' Prairie Grass: Bromus wildenowii 

      Abaye, A. O. (Azenegashe Ozzie); Guay, Jennifer Fincham; Peterson, P. R. (Paul Richard); Mulkey, Vanessa; Hutton, Steve; Smith, S. Ray (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      This is an overview of Matua prairie grass and its usage as forage in Virginia.
    • The Virginia Perennial Cool-Season Grass Forage Variety Report: a 3-Year Summary (2002-2004) 

      Smith, S. Ray; Teutsch, Christopher David, 1968-; Thomason, Wade Everett; Starner, David Eugene, 1951-; Rucker, Elizabeth; Benson, Gordon Brinkley, 1964-; Dixon, Denton R. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      This report is a summary of forage variety trials performed with cool-season grasses at Virginia Tech Agricultural Research and Extension Centers from 2002 through 2004.