AuthorUniversity of Arizona. Agricultural Experiment Station.
Forbes, R. H.
McClatchie, A. J.
True, Gordon H.
Skinner, W. W.
Thornber, J. J.
KeywordsAgriculture -- Arizona
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Series/Report no.Timely Hints for Farmers (University of Arizona, Agricultural Experiment Station) No. 35-41
Bulletin (University of Arizona, Agricultural Experiment Station) No. 45
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Separately distributed from October 15, 1901, to June 10, 1902.
No. 35 - Something Worth Knowing about Mud, October 15. No. 36 - Legumes for Forage and Green Manuring, November 15. No. 37 - Sugar Beets for 1902, December 15, 1901. No. 38 - The Dairy Cow and the Weather, January 15. No. 39 - Extermination of Gophers and Ants, March 10. No. 40 - Observations on “The Rise and Fall of the Alkali”, April 15. No. 41 - The Fog-Fruit or Lippia Nodiflora, as Ax Economic Plant, June 10.
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