By GEORGE PLAVEN, Capital Press
Published on March 1, 2018
Dealing with cheatgrass may be a headache for ranchers across the West, but the earlier they can get it under control, the more it will help improve their bottom line.
That is the conclusion of a new report by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, which estimates the cost of treating invasive grasses such as cheatgrass, medusahead and ventenata at varying levels of infestation. (full article)