Chapter 3 - Management Contexts

Each management context presents different circumstances that can impact rangeland seeding decisions. The purpose of this section is to help users identify factors that affect seeding success in each context, and identify situations where seeding may be appropriate (see Figure 3.1 for management context descriptions and index).
 
 
Chapter Table of Contents
 
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23 Chapter 3. Management Contexts
 
24 FOREST LAND GRAZING AND SILVOPASTURE
24 Active Forestry Areas
25 Seeding for Forestry Objectives
26 Seeding and Rodents
26 Seeding Legumes for Soil . Improvement
26 Livestock Grazing and Tree . Interactions
28 Seeding for Forage Objectives
28 Silvicultural Site Preparation
30 Increasing Forage Production – Quantity and Quality
30 Temporary Landings, Skid Trails, and Burn piles
32 Silvopasture
 
34 PASTURE
35 Pasture Establishment
36 Pasture Rejuvenation
38 Intensively Managed Grazing
38 Fertilization
39 Over-seeding and Direct Seeding
40 Herbicide Control
41 Fire
41 Mechanical Disturbance
42 Winter Pasture Feeding
 
44 GRASSLAND RESTORATION
44 Historic Grassland Rehabilitation
45 Why Grassland Restoration?
46 Seeding and Restoration
47 Disturbances and Restoration
48 Past Rehabilitation Efforts: The Time Horizon
49 Invasive Plants
49 Native Seed Sources
50 Restoration Gene Pool Concept
 
52 ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION
53 Forest Encroachment into Grasslands.
53 Ecosystem Restoration Objectives
54 Ecosystem Restoration and Seeding
55 Disturbance Associated with . Restoration Treatments
 
58 POST - WILDFIRE REHABILITATION
58 Large Fires and Fire Statistics Summary 2000–2009
59 Wildfire Rehabilitation Objectives and Seeding
59 Surface Erosion Control
60 Invasive Plant Suppression
62 Forage Enhancement
63 Forage Quantity and Quality
63 Animal Distribution
64 Fire Rehabilitation in Protected Areas and Special Management Zones
 
66 SITE REHABILITATION
66 Site Rehabilitation Seeding . Objectives
66 The Importance of Site Rehabilitation
67 Role of Seeding in Site Rehabilitation
68 Soil and Site Preparation
68 Temporary Sites and Access Structures
70 Pipeline, Transmission Line
70 Topsoil is the key
70 Permanent Sites and Access Structures
72 Resource Roads
74 Chapter 3 Notes