Agricultural education -- Tennessee.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists primarily of letters to and from Charles Wylie, including invitations to speak or write, requests for information about the department or the field of dairying, Wylie's attempt to secure a foreign appointment, and department business. Also included is information about the field of dairying, requirements for publications, reports, statistics, and other materials.
Professor Charles S. Plumb received this correspondence while working at the University of Tennessee between 1887 and 1890. The majority of the material documents the workings of the University's Agricultural Experiment Station.
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.