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" From the data given on these two maps the length of growing season for any portion of the State may be readily determined. The following table has been compiled from the Weather Bureau records taken at the station at Ashland, Wisconsin. The records of... "
Soil survey of Waushara County, Wisconsin - Page 59
by Andrew R. Whitson, Warren Jacob Geib, Guy Woolard Conrey, Arthur Henry Kuhlman, James W. Nelson, United States. Bureau of Soils - 1913 - 63 pages
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Field Operations of the Bureau of Soils, Volume 9

Milton Whitney - Soil surveys - 1909
...retard the planting of crops, though the growing season is sufficiently long to overcome the setback. The following table, compiled from the records of the Weather Bureau station located at Blacksburg, gives the normal monthly and annual temperature and precipitation: Normal monthly...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1913
...the average date of the first killing frost in the fall comes between September 20 and October 10th. From the data given on these two maps the length of...State may be readily determined. The following table has been compiled from the Weather Bureau records taken at the station at Ashland, Wisconsin. The records...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1913
...the average date of the first killing frost in the fall comes between September 20 and October 10th. From the data given on these two maps the length of...State may be readily determined. The following table has been compiled from the Weather Bureau records taken at the station at Ashland, Wisconsin. The records...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1914 - 85 pages
...taken as being fairly representative for the area surveyed. From the data given on the two accompanying maps, the length of growing season for any portion...State may be readily determined. The following table gives the normal monthly, seasonal, and annual temperature and precipitation as recorded by the Weather...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1916 - 87 pages
...spring, and the first killing frosts in the fall. From the data given on these two maps the approximate length of growing season for any portion of the State may be readily determined. The prevailing winds during the winter are from the west and north and during the summer from the west...
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Bulletin, Issue 48

Geology - 1916
...spring, and the first killing frosts in the fall. From the data given on these two maps the approximate length of growing season for any portion of the State may be readily determined. The prevailing winds during the winter are from the west and north and during the summer from the west...
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Bulletin, Issue 49

Geology - 1916
...actually suffer from the lack of moisture. In Columbia County the conditions are practically the same. The following table, compiled from the records of the Weather Bureau station at Portage, shows the normal monthly, seasonal, and annual temperature and precipitation for a period...
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County Reports and Maps: Fayette County

West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey - Science - 1919 - 1002 pages
...season. Thus the climatic conditions are good for general farming, fruit growing, and stock raising. The following table, compiled from the records of the Weather Bureau station at Powellton, gives the normal monthly, seasonal, and annual temperature and precipitation at that point,...
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Fayette County, Volume 1

West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey, Ray Vernon Hennen - Coal - 1919 - 1002 pages
...season. Thus the climatic conditions are good for general farming, fruit growing, and stock raising. The following table, compiled from the records of the Weather Bureau station at Powellton, gives the normal monthly, seasonal, and annual temperature and precipitation at that point,...
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