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Farm Science Reporter: Volume 3, Issue 1

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Can You Trust Phosphorus Soil Tests?
( 1942) Allaway, W. ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

More phosphate fertilizer will go onto the farms of Iowa this spring than ever before. Iowa farmers want to produce abundantly for their nation and her allies to help win the war. Farmers are asking, “Where shall I apply phosphate fertilizer ? Can I get my soil tested by a chemical means and know where to put the fertilizer to get the most returns from it?”

Farm Science Reporter Vol. 3 No. 1
( 1942) Extension and Experiment Station Publications
Keep Food Lockers Working!
( 1942) Hettler, Frances ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Frozen assets are a mighty good thing to have- when the assets are meats, vegetables and fruits. And they can be important to war effort by helping to provide an adequate and nutritious year-round food supply.

Cows Are Good Bean Market
( 1942) Cannon, C. ; Williams, N. ; Espe, D. ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Dairy cows will produce more butterfat on a ration in which whole (cracked) soybeans provide the protein supplement than on an ordinary ration of mixed grains which uses such a protein supplement as soybean oilmeal.

( 1942) Wilsie, C. ; Hughes, H. ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

It took the blistering, hot, drouthy summers of 1934 and 1936 to get Iowa farmers interested in bromegrass as a pasture crop. In those years- and in other hot, drouthy periods- bromegrass pastures have been far superior to bluegrass.