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acreage adapted agricultural Autauga County average bale bushels per acre Caneadea cent clay loam clover Coarse sand Colbert County color commercial fertilizers cowpeas Creek cultivation depth drainage drained Dunkirk erosion extent farm farmers feet following table gives formation Grady County grass gravel gravelly sandy loam gray grown growth heavy inches Lamar County land limestone Livingston County loam consists longleaf pine manure material Mechanical analyses Medium sand miles moisture mottled Norfolk fine sandy Norfolk sandy loam Number oats occurs Orangeburg organic matter Percent phase pine planted plowing pounds production results of mechanical ridges River Robeson County rock rotation sandstone sandy clay season shale shallow shortleaf pine silt loam silty slopes soil and subsoil soil type stony loam streams surface soil Swamp sweet potatoes texture Thomas County timber tobacco topography type of soil upland usually valleys varies vegetables velvet beans Volusia weathering yellow yields
Page 296 - September 21, and the average date of the last killing frost in the spring is May 14.
Page 2 - Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That public resolution numbered eight, Fiftysixth Congress, second session, approved February twenty-third, nineteen hundred and one, be amended by striking out all after the resolving clause and inserting In lieu thereof the following: That there shall be printed ten thousand five hundred copies of the report on field operations of the Divisions of Soils, Department of Agriculture...
Page 1025 - The average dates of the last killing frost in spring and the first in fall are May 14 and October 3, respectively.
Page 686 - In general the land values range from $20 to $40 an acre. The following table gives the results of mechanical analyses of samples of the soil and subsoil of the...
Page 578 - ... loam to a heavy sandy loam. The subsoil to a depth of 3 feet or more is a light brown or yellowish gravelly loam. The particles of gravel vary from one-fourth to two or more inches in diameter and consist largely of waterworn shale and rounded fragments of the harder rocks. Occasionally the surface is strewn with rounded stones and gravel, but they are seldom numerous enough...
Page 673 - Land of this type of soil ranges in value from $50 to $75 an acre. The following table gives the results of mechanical analyses of samples of the soil and subsoil of this type...
Page 758 - It is not on the market, but is held at prices ranging from $50 to $100 an acre. The following table gives the results of mechanical analyses of samples of the soil and subsoil of the Westmoreland silty clay loam : Mechanical Analyses of Westmoreland Silty Clay Loam.
Page 828 - Very litle of the type is for sale, but prices generally quoted range from $60 to $100 an acre. The following table gives the results of mechanical analyses of samples of the soil and subsoil of this type : Mechanical Analyses of Holston Silt Loam.