Iowa Farm Science: Volume 6, Issue 8
Three new tomato hybrids for Iowa have been developed at Iowa State College. All three exceed commonly grown varieties in yield and compare favorably in quality and size.
Because of its many uses, bromegrass has a definite place on Iowa farms. Grown in combination with legumes, it has become one of our most valuable grasses for hay, pasture and silage. And it has proved itself in erosion-control uses and as a cash seed crop.
Shrinkage is a problem we've had to contend with for a long time in rayon slips. Iowa State College has made some tests to find out why. Here are the results and what you can do about the problem.
The homemakers' skill in planning and preparing meals is vital to the health of her family. But it's everyone's responsibility to make a good selection from the food that has been prepared.