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" growing season" is applied to the period between the last killing frost in the spring and the first killing frost in the fall. "
Bulletin - Page 58
1915 - 77 pages
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Bulletin, Volumes 354-362

Agriculture - 1922
...Station and for the State during the year, and a grand summary for 34 years. Table X gives the date of the last killing frost in the spring, and the first killing frost in the autumn, length of the growing season, and number of times the mercury fell below zero in each winter...
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Bulletin, Issues 316-325

Agriculture - 1917
...Station and for the State during the year, and a grand summary for 30 years. Table X gives the date of the last killing frost in the spring-, and the first killing frost in autumn, also the number of times the mercury fell below zero in each winter month since 1894. Table...
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Farmers' Bulletin, Issues 951-975

Agriculture - 1919
...reach maturity. FIG. 12. Map of the southeastern United States, showing the average dates ot Ihe last killing frost in the spring and the first killing frost in the autumn. The three sets of lines represent (he approximate northern limit of the late, medium-early,...
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Bulletin, Issues 246-256

Agriculture - 1914
...are given, in the following two charts. THE GROWING SEASON The average date for a number of years of the last killing frost in the spring and the first killing frost in the fall limits the growing season for any section of country of such crops as corn, potatoes and such clovers...
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Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Issue 20

Pennsylvania. Dept. of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1915
...Mountain, with an elevation nowhere about six hundred feet above tide, have a growing season ranging between the last killing frost in the spring and the first killing frost in the fall of 200 days, while in the same altitude, on Somerset county, at an elevation of 2,200 feet, the season...
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Field Operations of the Bureau of Soils, Volume 9

Milton Whitney - Soil surveys - 1909
...waves or " northers " in the winter months and occasional wind storms. A long growing season occurs between the last killing frost in the spring and the first killing frost in the fall, the average dates being March 26 and November 14, respectively. Farm work may be carried on at all...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1904
...indicates a period of several years without any severe cold. The appended table, showing the dates of the last killing frost in the spring and the. first killing frost in the fall, indicates a growing season of sufficient length to permit the maturing of all the crops grown in this...
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Field Operations of the Bureau of Soils, Volume 5

Milton Whitney - Soil surveys - 1904
...indicates a period of several years without any severe cold. The appended table, showing the dates of the last killing frost in the spring and the first killing frost in the fall, indicates a growing season1 of sufficient length to permit the maturing of all the crops grown in this...
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Bulletin - University of Tennessee, Agricultural Experiment ..., Volumes 75-98

University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Agricultural Experiment Station - 1906
...known as the corn belt. Chart 2 shows the average number of days in the growing season, or the period between the last killing frost In the spring and the first killing frost In the fall. The states south of Kentucky and Virginia have an advantage of from 25 to 75 days over the states north...
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Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Issues 251-275

Agriculture - 1917
...Fia. 2. Diagram showing the average frost-free periods and the earliest and the latest date u which the last killing frost in the spring and the first killing frost in the fall has occurred at fourteen stations iu the Great Plains area. the fall, and the average length of the...
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