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Iowa Farm Science: Volume 16, Issue 8

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Iowa Farm Land Value Holds Steady in 1961
( 1962-02-01) Murray, W. ; Maas, Willard ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

The average value of Iowa farm land has remained the same for 2 consecutive years for the first time in the 21-year history of the annual farm land value survey with only small changes in various areas of the state.

Adjust Planting Rates for Field Germination
( 1962-02-01) Everson, L. ; Thompson, H. ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Here's a guide you can use in figuring planting rates or in buying seed of high or low germination. You'll be better off with high-germinating seed, but you can adjust your seeding rate if you must buy or plant poorer seed.

Oat Yields Depend on Seed Quality, Too!
( 1962-02-01) Grabe, Don ; Smart, Marvin ; Everson, L. ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Cost of the seed itself is a minor part of the cost of producing a crop. Once planted, it costs just as much to produce and harvest a poor crop as a good one. It's part of good management to start with high-quality seed.

Especially for Homemakers
( 1959-02-01) Hurley, Candace ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

This month: Some notes to take along when you go looking for bargains at white sales. Sewing time's ahead: it's time to review your knowledge of buying patterns and fabrics. Some tips on "your child and his money."

Iowa Farm Science Vol. 16, No. 8
( 1962-02-01) Extension and Experiment Station Publications