AuthorUniversity of Arizona. Agricultural Experiment Station.
Smith, G. E. P.
Thornber, J. J.
Forbes, R. H.
Clothier, R. W.
Vinson, A. E.
Wilson, F. W.
Crane, E. L.
McCallum, W. B.
KeywordsAgriculture -- Arizona
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Series/Report no.Timely Hints for Farmers (University of Arizona, Agricultural Experiment Station) No. 67-76
Bulletin (University of Arizona, Agricultural Experiment Station) No. 60
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Separately distributed from December 28, 1907, to November 20, 1908.
No. 67 - Pumping Plants for Irrigators, December 28, 1907. No. 68 - Resistant Eucalypts for Planting in Southern Arizona, January 15, 1908. No. 69 - A Lesson in Diversified Farming, February 1, 1908. No. 70 - Cotton Growing in Arizona, March 1, 1908. No. 71 - Preserving Eggs, March 15, 1908. No. 72 - Progress and Prospects of Date-Palm Culture, April 1, 1908. No. 73 - Vitality of Seeds Under Water, April 20, 1908. No. 74 - Farm Management with Sheep, July 15, 1908. No. 75 - Winter Onions in the Southwest, September 10, 1908. No. 76 - Some Common Plant Diseases, November 20, 1908.
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