On Controlling Pocket Gophers

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1948-04-01
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Gunderson, Harold
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Pocket gophers are small, powerful, efficient digging machines whose activities are the subject of considerable argument. One pocket gopher will dig a half-mile or so of runway in a year. Some soil experts say this is good-say it helps to aerate the soil and allows faster penetration of water.

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