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Page 4 - Description. Fine gravel. Coarse sand. Medium sand. Fine sand. Very fine sand. Silt. Clay.
Page 52 - Durum Wheat — Shall be dry, clean, and of good milling quality. It shall include all durum wheat that for any reason is not suitable for No. 1 Durum, and weigh not less than 58 pounds to the measured bushel No.
Page 52 - ... pounds to the measured bushel. No. 2 durum wheat shall be dry, clean, and of good milling quality. It shall include all durum wheat that for any reason is not suitable for No.
Page 52 - NOTE. — Hard, flinty wheat, of good color, containing no appreciable admixture of soft wheat, may be admitted into the grades of No. 2 northern spring wheat and No.
Page 169 - The following table gives the average dates of the last killing frost in the spring and the first in the fall, at various stations within the area and at Menomonee, Michigan.
Page 51 - Wheat shall be spring wheat not clean enough or sound enough for No. 1, but of good milling quality, and must not weigh less than 56 pounds to the measured bushel. " No. 3 Northern Spring Wheat shall be composed of inferior, shrunken spring wheat, and weigh not less than 54 pounds to the measured bushel. "No.
Page 123 - Land values vary according to the improvements, averaging about $30 an acre. The following table gives the average results of mechanical analyses of samples of the soil and subsoil of the...
Page 52 - Durum, and weigh not less than 58 pounds to the measured bushel No. 3 Durum Wheat — Shall include all durum wheat bleached, shrunken, or for any cause unfit for No. 2, and weigh not less than 55 Ibs.