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Soil survey of Waushara County, Wisconsin - Page 62
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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Annual Report of the New York State College of Agriculture at ..., Volume 1

New York State College of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1917
...average total depth is reported as 66.2 inches. The snowfall is heaviest in December and January. 8 The average date of the last killing frost in the spring is May 10, according to the records of the Rome station, and of the first in the fall September 30. The latest...
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Soil Survey of the Honey Lake Area, California

J. E. Guernsey - Soil surveys - 1917 - 64 pages
...The limiting factor in orcharding in the valley is frost. At the Weather Bureau station at Susanville the average date of the' last killing frost in the spring is reported as May 10 and that of the first in the fall September 22. The earliest killing frost in the...
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Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, Volume 28

Science - 1919
...about two squares north of Eel River at an elevation of 620 feet. (The country is slightly rolling.) The average date of the last killing frost in the spring is April 27th, and the last killing frost in the fall is October 13th. The latest killing frost in the...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1919 - 98 pages
...3.84 0 NE October 52 8 88 19 2 56 0.1 SW Fall 39.5 74 1.78 0.5 SW Year 47 4 107 24 29.74 30.4 NE The average date of the last killing frost in the spring is April 23d and the average date of the first killing frost in the fall is October 22d, giving a growing...
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History of Hall County, Nebraska: A Narrative of the Past with Special ...

August F. Buechler, Robert J. Barr, Dale P. Stough - Hall County (Neb.) - 1920 - 965 pages
...has been recorded in February. The region is occasionally swept by cold northwest winds in winter. The average date of the last killing frost in the spring is April 26, and that of the first in the fall October 7, giving an average growing season of 164 days,...
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Farmers' Bulletin, Issues 1101-1125

Agriculture - 1921
...hour. The average daily evaporation from a free water surface during the same period was 0.209 inch. The average date of the last killing frost in the spring is June 8, and of the first killing frost in the fall September 16. The average length of the Fio. 1....
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Geology and Water Resources of the Edgeley and La Moure ..., Issues 799-802

Herbert A. Hard - Geology - 1929 - 90 pages
...it ranges from 76 to 150 days. Light frosts may occur in midsummer, but these are seldom 'injurious. The average date of the last killing frost in the spring is about June 1, and that of the first in autumn September 15, though frost may occur as late as June...
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Geological Survey Water-supply Paper, Issue 1600

Irrigation - 1964
...average minimum for the month less than 31 F. GROWING SEASON, SNOWFALL, AND EVAPORATION At Vancouver the average date of the last killing frost in the spring is March 29. The average date of the first killing frost in the autumn is November 13. On this basis the...
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Geological Survey Water-supply Paper, Issues 1256-1259

Irrigation - 1954
...decline during the period of high precipitation. The average length of the growing season is 117 days. The average date of the last killing frost in the spring is May 21, and the average date of the first killing frost in the fall is September 15. Killing frosts have...
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