AuthorUniversity of Arizona. Agricultural Experiment Station.
Forbes, R. H.
McClatchie, A. J.
Toumey, J. W.
Cockerell, T. D. A.
True, G. H.
Trite, G. H.
KeywordsAgriculture -- Arizona
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Series/Report no.Timely Hints for Farmers (University of Arizona, Agricultural Experiment Station) No. 1-18
Bulletin (University of Arizona, Agricultural Experiment Station) No. 34
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Distributed October 1, 1899 to June 15, 1900.
No. 1 - Green-Manuring Plants for Orchards, October 1. No. 2 - Planting Eucalypts in Arizona, October 16. No. 3 - Improvement of Arizona Soils, November 1. No. 4 - Winter Irrigation of Orchards, November 15. No. 5 - The Crown Gall, December 1. No. 6 - Desirable Varieties of Peaches, December 15. No. 7 - The Danger of Introducing Insects on Trees, January 1. No. 8 - What to Plant on Arbor Day, January 15. No. 9 - Winter Remedies for Injurious Insects, February 1. No. 10 - Care of Milk for the Factory, February 15. No. 11 - Black Alkali, March 1. No. 12 - White Alkali, March 15. No. 13 - Selecting Dairy Cows, April 1. No. 14 - The “Adobe Hole”, April 15. No. 15 - Dehorning Cattle, May 1. No. 16 - Date Palm Culture--A Word in Time, May 15. No. 17 - Summer Cultivation, June 1. No. 18 - Grazing versus Irrigation, June 15.
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