Agricultural experiment stations -- Southern States.
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This document deals with a trip that H. P. Gould, along with a Mr. Fletcher and a Mr. Darrow, took to Tennessee, Kentucky, and West Virginia between August 4 and 14, 1912 in order to study how various fruits adapted to different environments.
This collection houses bound records documenting experiments conducted at the West Tennessee Experiment Station in 1909 and 1924. These experiments involved rotation of crops and livestock, corn, hay and pasture grasses, soybeans, and cotton.