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October 1947
Volume 1, Number 11

Research articles

The agricultural situation and the outlook in mid-'47
by H. B. Wellman
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Condensed from an address delivered before the California State Association of County Assessors, Sept. 2, 1947, Son Francisco, California.
Condensed from an address delivered before the California State Association of County Assessors, Sept. 2, 1947, Son Francisco, California.
Pre-emergence spray for weed control in sugar beets seeded in undisturbed soil successful
by W. W. Robbins, Roy Bainer
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Preliminary field tests on the University Farm, Davis, indicate that pre-emergence spraying offers promise as one method of controlling weeds in sugar beets. The method may be applicable to other row crops.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Preliminary field tests on the University Farm, Davis, indicate that pre-emergence spraying offers promise as one method of controlling weeds in sugar beets. The method may be applicable to other row crops.
Bulk handling of milk by the ranch to factory system
by E. L. Jack, R. L. Perry
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Milk-holding tanks on dairy farms, used in conjunction with tank trucks, are bringing about savings to the dairyman and to the milk buyer through the elimination of the ten-gallon milk can.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Milk-holding tanks on dairy farms, used in conjunction with tank trucks, are bringing about savings to the dairyman and to the milk buyer through the elimination of the ten-gallon milk can.
Citrus orchard cost study and analysis made in Orange county over 21-year period is reported
by Harold E. Wahlberg
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Over one hundred citrus growers in Orange County have cooperated with the Agricultural Extension Service for the past 21 years in a cost study and analysis of orchard management.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Over one hundred citrus growers in Orange County have cooperated with the Agricultural Extension Service for the past 21 years in a cost study and analysis of orchard management.
Control measures in trichomoniasis abortion by cows
by H. S. Cameron
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Abortion and sterility constitute major sources of loss to the dairy cattle producer.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Abortion and sterility constitute major sources of loss to the dairy cattle producer.
Water infiltration rates into yolo loam studied to determine irrigation efficiency factors
by Arthur F. Pillsbury
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Water infiltration rates into Yolo loam during irrigation were measured in 96 basins in a series of experiments conducted in Los Angeles County over a period of five years.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Water infiltration rates into Yolo loam during irrigation were measured in 96 basins in a series of experiments conducted in Los Angeles County over a period of five years.
Control measures for barley stripe are recommended
by Coit A. Suneson
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Not available – first paragraph follows: For more than 10 years barley growers have had available a highly satisfactory seed treatment for its control, yet field surveys in each year since 1943 show that more than 20% of the barley fields in the state have stripe. An increasing proportion of fields have more than 10% of the plants killed by stripe.
Not available – first paragraph follows: For more than 10 years barley growers have had available a highly satisfactory seed treatment for its control, yet field surveys in each year since 1943 show that more than 20% of the barley fields in the state have stripe. An increasing proportion of fields have more than 10% of the plants killed by stripe.
Spraying liquid insecticides, fungicides and herbicides by plane lessens drift problem
by O. C. French
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Spraying insecticides such as DDT in liquid form by airplane may greatly reduce the drifting problem encountered when spreading poisonous dust by plane.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Spraying insecticides such as DDT in liquid form by airplane may greatly reduce the drifting problem encountered when spreading poisonous dust by plane.
Treating row crop seeds with fungicides as control measure against decay or damping-off
by L. D. Leach
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Treating seeds of several vegetable or field crops with the proper fungicides may improve stands by reducing the amount of seed decay or damping-off. In addition, several seed-borne diseases can be controlled by seed treatment.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Treating seeds of several vegetable or field crops with the proper fungicides may improve stands by reducing the amount of seed decay or damping-off. In addition, several seed-borne diseases can be controlled by seed treatment.
Improved flavor-color produced in evaporated milk
by N. P. Tarassuk
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Not available – first paragraph follows: There is no known effective method of preventing the cooked or caramelized flavor and brown discoloration of milk processed at high temperatures to render it sterile.
Not available – first paragraph follows: There is no known effective method of preventing the cooked or caramelized flavor and brown discoloration of milk processed at high temperatures to render it sterile.

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October 1947
Volume 1, Number 11

Research articles

The agricultural situation and the outlook in mid-'47
by H. B. Wellman
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Condensed from an address delivered before the California State Association of County Assessors, Sept. 2, 1947, Son Francisco, California.
Condensed from an address delivered before the California State Association of County Assessors, Sept. 2, 1947, Son Francisco, California.
Pre-emergence spray for weed control in sugar beets seeded in undisturbed soil successful
by W. W. Robbins, Roy Bainer
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Preliminary field tests on the University Farm, Davis, indicate that pre-emergence spraying offers promise as one method of controlling weeds in sugar beets. The method may be applicable to other row crops.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Preliminary field tests on the University Farm, Davis, indicate that pre-emergence spraying offers promise as one method of controlling weeds in sugar beets. The method may be applicable to other row crops.
Bulk handling of milk by the ranch to factory system
by E. L. Jack, R. L. Perry
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Milk-holding tanks on dairy farms, used in conjunction with tank trucks, are bringing about savings to the dairyman and to the milk buyer through the elimination of the ten-gallon milk can.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Milk-holding tanks on dairy farms, used in conjunction with tank trucks, are bringing about savings to the dairyman and to the milk buyer through the elimination of the ten-gallon milk can.
Citrus orchard cost study and analysis made in Orange county over 21-year period is reported
by Harold E. Wahlberg
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Over one hundred citrus growers in Orange County have cooperated with the Agricultural Extension Service for the past 21 years in a cost study and analysis of orchard management.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Over one hundred citrus growers in Orange County have cooperated with the Agricultural Extension Service for the past 21 years in a cost study and analysis of orchard management.
Control measures in trichomoniasis abortion by cows
by H. S. Cameron
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Abortion and sterility constitute major sources of loss to the dairy cattle producer.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Abortion and sterility constitute major sources of loss to the dairy cattle producer.
Water infiltration rates into yolo loam studied to determine irrigation efficiency factors
by Arthur F. Pillsbury
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Water infiltration rates into Yolo loam during irrigation were measured in 96 basins in a series of experiments conducted in Los Angeles County over a period of five years.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Water infiltration rates into Yolo loam during irrigation were measured in 96 basins in a series of experiments conducted in Los Angeles County over a period of five years.
Control measures for barley stripe are recommended
by Coit A. Suneson
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: For more than 10 years barley growers have had available a highly satisfactory seed treatment for its control, yet field surveys in each year since 1943 show that more than 20% of the barley fields in the state have stripe. An increasing proportion of fields have more than 10% of the plants killed by stripe.
Not available – first paragraph follows: For more than 10 years barley growers have had available a highly satisfactory seed treatment for its control, yet field surveys in each year since 1943 show that more than 20% of the barley fields in the state have stripe. An increasing proportion of fields have more than 10% of the plants killed by stripe.
Spraying liquid insecticides, fungicides and herbicides by plane lessens drift problem
by O. C. French
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Spraying insecticides such as DDT in liquid form by airplane may greatly reduce the drifting problem encountered when spreading poisonous dust by plane.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Spraying insecticides such as DDT in liquid form by airplane may greatly reduce the drifting problem encountered when spreading poisonous dust by plane.
Treating row crop seeds with fungicides as control measure against decay or damping-off
by L. D. Leach
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Treating seeds of several vegetable or field crops with the proper fungicides may improve stands by reducing the amount of seed decay or damping-off. In addition, several seed-borne diseases can be controlled by seed treatment.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Treating seeds of several vegetable or field crops with the proper fungicides may improve stands by reducing the amount of seed decay or damping-off. In addition, several seed-borne diseases can be controlled by seed treatment.
Improved flavor-color produced in evaporated milk
by N. P. Tarassuk
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: There is no known effective method of preventing the cooked or caramelized flavor and brown discoloration of milk processed at high temperatures to render it sterile.
Not available – first paragraph follows: There is no known effective method of preventing the cooked or caramelized flavor and brown discoloration of milk processed at high temperatures to render it sterile.

General Information

Abstracts of new publications
by Editors
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