Alfalfa Farming in America

Author: Joseph Elwyn Wing



Category: Alfalfa

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Alfalfa growing in the United States and Canada

WILDERMUTH , V. L. — Three - cornered alfalfa hopper . U. S. Dept. Agr . , Journ
. Agricultural Research , 3 ( 1915 ) , pp . 343-363 , WILDERMUTH , V. L. — The
alfalfa caterpillar . U. S. Dept. Agr . , Farmers ' Bull . 1094 ( 1920 ) , p . 16 .

Author: George Stewart



Category: Alfalfa

Page: 517

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M. Literaturang. S. 439-474

History of Early Named Soybean Varieties in the United States and Canada 1890 2020

Alfalfa farming in America. Chicago, Illinois: Sanders Publishing Co. 480 p. See p
. 160. varieties. It is a curious fact that the variety most widely grown in the United
States, the Mammoth, which was introduced at least thirty years ago, has never ...

Author: William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi

Publisher: Soyinfo Center

ISBN: 1948436302

Category: Social Science

Page: 1473

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The world's most comprehensive, well documented, and well illustrated book on this subject. With extensive subject and geographic index. 95 photographs and illustrations. Free of charge in digital PDF format.

Fodders for the Near East

Most alfalfa throughout the world is grown under natural rainfall , or a dry land
environment . In the United States , for example , about 80 % of the 11 million
hectares of total alfalfa production is grown dry land . Most of North American ,
Europe ...

Author: Vern L. Marble

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.

ISBN: 9789251027998

Category: Alfalfa

Page: 207

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Alfalfa and Relatives

With the fall of the Roman Empire in the fifth century, alfalfa cultivation seems to
have disappeared for the most part from ... In the 16th century, European
colonists introduced alfalfa to South America and introduced it to the eastern
United ...

Author: Ernest Small

Publisher: NRC Research Press

ISBN: 0660199793

Category: Alfalfa

Page: 727

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Best known as an animal feed, Alfalfa Medicago sativa is one of the most important and widely produced livestock crops grown throughout the temperate world. "Alfalfa and Relatives: Evolution and Classification of Medicago" provides an in-depth introduction to the Medicago genus, exploring its evolution, breeding and adaptation. Not only are Alfalfa's agricultural and environmental benefits unsurpassed but, due to technological advances, this staple crop is now being developed as a source of human food extracts, pharmaceuticals, enzymes, industrial chemicals, and biofuels. Through this detailed text the authors define the ecological applications of the plant whilst carefully illustrating its economic value and its growing importance as a genetic resource

List of Available Publications of the United States Department of Agriculture

United States. Department of Agriculture. MATERIAL LENT The following
material is grouped according to bureaus and is lent to persons or organizations
who ... 982 F : ALFALFA Farmers ' Bulletins : 944 F . Garden webworm in alfalfa
fields .

Author: United States. Department of Agriculture



Category: Agriculture


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Alfalfa Seed Growing and the Weather with Particular Reference to Conditions in Utah

Chicago : Alfalfa Farming in America . 8. Bartholomew's Physical Atlas , Volume
III , Meteorology . Archibald Constable & Co. , Westminster , Eng . Publisher . 9.
World Geographical Atlas . 10. Climatological Data For The United States By ...

Author: J. Cecil Alter



Category: Alfalfa

Page: 31

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Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture

United States. Department of Agriculture. of farming in New England for types
which farmers generally have not regarded as feasible ... For instance , a few
years ago alfalfa hay sold at the farm for $ 3.50 to $ 4 a ton in many western
localities .




Category: Agriculture


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Catalogue of the Public Documents of the Congress and of All Departments of the Government of the United States for the Period from to

United States. Superintendent of Documents. ALEXIS - ALHAJUELA LAKE
C. Relation of sulphur to alfalfa production ( with list of literature cited ] . 1925.

Author: United States. Superintendent of Documents



Category: Government publications


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Environmental Policy in North America

Alfalfa is a particularly sensitive crop for organic farmers, as it is primarily used as
an animal feed. If an organic dairy producer were to feed animals hay containing
GM alfalfa, his milk production could be found not to meet the organic ...

Author: Robert G. Healy

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 1442693770

Category: Political Science

Page: 224

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This comprehensive analysis of key issues in North American environmental policy provides an overview of how the US, Mexico, and Canada differ in their environmental management approaches and capacity levels, and how these differences play into cross-border cooperation on environmental problems. The book offers insights into transboundary cooperation both before and after NAFTA, and presents a framework for making environmental interaction more effective in the future. The book is organized into two parts. The first, more general, section compares the national contexts for environmental management in each country—including economic conditions, sociocultural dynamics, and political decision-making frameworks— and shows how these have led to variations in policy approaches and levels of capacity. The authors argue that effective environmental governance in North America depends on the ability of transboundary institutions to address and mediate these differences. The book's second section illustrates this argument, using four case studies of environmental management in North America: biodiversity and protected areas, air pollution (smog); greenhouse gas reduction, and genetically modified crops.

Alfalfa Germplasm in the United States

Genetic Vulnerability, Use, Improvement, and Maintenance United States. ...
origin of parental germplasm for alfalfa cultivars used in Canada and the United
States Developing or introducing Year seed ... Agriculture Canada 1975 M .
falcata .

Author: United States. Agricultural Research Service



Category: Agriculture

Page: 21

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Farmers Bulletin

In some sections it is possible to delay planting to avoid damage . Consult your
county agricultural agent with reference to planting dates for your section . ...
Field crops : Alfalfa , clover , cotton , field corn , * soybean . ... Trees : Bald
cypress , beech ( American , European ) , birch ( gray , * white ) , catalpa ,
chestnut ( American , * Japanese ) , elm ( American , * English , * slippery ) ,
hawthorn , horsechestnut ...

Author: Walter Ernest Fleming



Category: Agriculture

Page: 16

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American Farming

The principal commercial varieties of alfalfa are : 1 . Regional strains of common
alfalfa . 2 . Variegated alfalfas including the varieties Grimm , Cossack , Baltic ,
Canadian Variegated , Hardigan , and Ladak . 3 . Turkestan group including ...

Author: Andrew Boss



Category: Agriculture


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American Bee Journal

tions of the State the average yield per colony in 1898 exceeded 60 pounds ,
while in portions of the State where alfalfa was not a prominent factor in the
honey - production , the bees did well to procure a livelihood for themselves
without ...




Category: Bee culture


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Includes summarized reports of many bee-keeper associations.

Nature s Perfect Food

How Milk Became America's Drink E. Melanie Dupuis. The alfalfa region ... The
hill areas of the Southern Tier counties are not suited to alfalfa production mainly
because a large proportion of the soils are thin, acid, or poorly drained. In the St.

Author: E. Melanie Dupuis

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9780814719374

Category: History

Page: 310

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For over a century, America's nutrition authorities have heralded milk as "nature's perfect food," as "indispensable" and "the most complete food." These milk "boosters" have ranged from consumer activists, to government nutritionists, to the American Dairy Council and its ubiquitous milk moustache ads. The image of milk as wholesome and body-building has a long history, but is it accurate? Recently, within the newest social movements around food, milk has lost favor. Vegan anti-milk rhetoric portrays the dairy industry as cruel to animals and milk as bad for humans. Recently, books with titles like, "Milk: The Deadly Poison," and "Don't Drink Your Milk" have portrayed milk as toxic and unhealthy. Controversies over genetically-engineered cows and questions about antibiotic residue have also prompted consumers to question whether the milk they drink each day is truly good for them. In Nature's Perfect Food Melanie Dupuis illuminates these questions by telling the story of how Americans came to drink milk. We learn how cow's milk, which was associated with bacteria and disease became a staple of the American diet. Along the way we encounter 19th century evangelists who were convinced that cow's milk was the perfect food with divine properties, brewers whose tainted cow feed poisoned the milk supply, and informal wetnursing networks that were destroyed with the onset of urbanization and industrialization. Informative and entertaining, Nature's Perfect Food will be the standard work on the history of milk.

Journal of the American Society of Agronomy

D ' iakova ( 2 ) in 1938 reported that fertilizers containing boron speeded up the
growth and development of alfalfa and also increased the yield of seed .
Investigators in Nova Scotia ( 1 ) have also found that alfalfa growing in parts of
fields ...

Author: American Society of Agronomy



Category: Agriculture


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An international journal of agriculture and natural resource sciences.

Farm Families and Change in 20th Century America

Until the early forties a large number of familysized ranches were mixed farming
operations with a livestock emphasis. Many relied on the high water table to
provide water for the irrigation of alfalfa, which became a staple feed for small
dairy, ...

Author: Mark Friedberger

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 0813162882

Category: Social Science

Page: 296

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The farm family is a unique institution, perhaps the last remnant, in an increasingly complex world, of a simpler social order in which economic and domestic activities were inextricably bound together. In the past few years, however, American agriculture has suffered huge losses, and family farmers have seen their way of life threatened by economic forces beyond their control. At a time when agriculture is at a crossroads, this study provides a needed historical perspective on the problems family farmers have faced since the turn of the century. For analysis Mark Friedberger has chosen two areas where agriculture retains major importance in the local economy -- Iowa and California's Central Valley. Within these two geographic areas he examines farm families with regard to their farming methods, land tenure, inheritance practices, use of credit, and community relations. These aspects are then compared to assess change in rural society and to discern trends in the future of family farming. Despite the shocks endured by family farmers at various times in this century, Friedberger finds that some families have remained remarkably resilient. These families evinced a strong commitment to their way of life. They sought to own their land; they maintained inheritance from one generation to the next; they were generally conservative in using credit; and they preferred to diversify their enterprises. These practices served them well in good times and in bad. Innovative in its use of a combination of documentary sources, quantitative methods, and direct observation, this study makes an important contribution to the history of American agriculture and of American society.

Modern Agriculture

STEWART , GEORGE . Alfalfa Growing in the United States and Canada . The
Macmillan Company . WILSON and WARBURTON . Field Crops , chap . xix .
Webb Publishing Co. WING , J. E. Alfalfa Farming in America . Sanders
Publishing Co.

Author: Waldo Ernest Grimes



Category: Agriculture

Page: 632

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"This text is a thorough revision of 'Essentials of the new agriculture'."--Pref. "References" at end of each chapter.

Global Plant Genetic Resources for Insect Resistant Crops

eastern U.S. as early as 1736 but failed to become a major crop. Then in 1897,
the first official plant explorer, N. E. Hansen of the U.S. Department of Agriculture

Author: Stephen L. Clement

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781420049336

Category: Science

Page: 320

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An excellent reference book for plant breeders and entomologists, Global Plant Genetic Resources for Insect-Resistant Crops combines germplasm preservation with use in insect-resistant crop development and basic research. The contributions of the authors represent the efforts, cooperation, and understanding of world leaders in the conservation and use of global plant genetic resources for sustainable agricultural production. Concepts addressed include dependency of modern agriculture on chemical pest control and applications of biotechnology in use of natural plant genes for insect-resistant crops. Marketing Class Code: 1E, 1G, 9C

Handbook of Plant and Crop Stress Second Edition

41 Water Stress and Alfalfa Production MICHAEL J. OTTMAN University of
Arizona Tucson , Arizona ALFALFA ... Most of the world's alfalfa production is
centered in the United States , Argentina , southern Europe , and parts of the
former ...

Author: Mohammad Pessarakli

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780824746728

Category: Science

Page: 1254

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Detailing interrelated topics, this work addresses issues and concerns related to plant and crop stress. This edition includes information on pH stress, temperature stress, water-deficit conditions, carotenoids and stress, light stress, pollution stress, agrichemical stress, oxidative damage to proteins, UV-B induced stress and abiotic stress tolerance.