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  • Barrows, H.H. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950-01)
  • Unknown author (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950-07)
    A preliminary appraisal of the market for agricultural products grown in Alaska is set forth In this report. The publication is the result of one of several studies being conducted by Government agencies to ascertain ...
  • Irwin, Don L. (1950-12-31)
    Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station Staff -- Director's Report -- Fairbanks Experiment Station, Report of Superintendent -- Matanuska Experiment Station, Report of Superintendent -- Petersburg Experimental Fur Station, ...
  • Moore, Clarence A. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1951-03)
    This is the second of a series of annual studies being conducted to determine the types of farm organization and farm practices consistent with a stable and profitable farm economy, Detailed records of organization and ...
  • Irwin, Don L. (University of Alaska Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1951-12)
    This booklet is a compilation of annual administrative reports required of the Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, a public supported research institution. Shown here is a complete outline of research problems under ...
  • Irwin, Don L. (University of Alaska Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1953-01)
    Each calendar year the Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station submits a Progress Report to the University of Alaska and the U. S. Department of Agriculture, the 2 cooperating agencies under which it operates. This 1952 ...
  • Johnsons, Hugh A.; Irwin, Don L. (University of Alaska, 1953-01)
    This report is designed to explain some of the apparent discrepancies in the agricultural picture in Alaska.
  • Andrews, Richard A.; Johnson, Hugh A.; Martin, Paul F. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1953-02)
    The study reported here is one of a series designed to provide in formation on farm organization in Alaska for aiding economics development and expansion of permanent farm units. Records were obtained on 46 farm s in ...
  • Andrews, Richard A. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1953-10)
    Nearly 150 rural families produced potatoes in the Railbelt area of Alaska during 1952, Only a small proportion of these families were specialized potato farm ers. Since potato production is readily adaptable to part-time ...
  • Andrews, Richard (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1953-10)
    Over half of the farmers in the Railbelt area of Alaska located on their farms after World War II, Farming on the current scale is so new that it is in a constant state of flux. Changes frequently occur in farm practices and ...
  • Andrews, Richard A. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1954-12)
    Gross farm income to Alaskans was nearly 3 million dollars in 1953. Milk was the most important farm product, followed by sales of potatoes, poultry and vegetables, The Matanuska Valley provided over half of the total ...
  • Anders, Richard A. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1954-12)
    Over 10 million pounds of milk were produced in Alaska during 1953. Almost two-thirds of this was produced in the Matanuska Valley . Milk sales were greater than sales of any other farm product. During the year 1953, ...
  • Andrews, Richard A. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1955-06)
  • Unknown author (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Alaska Extension Service, 1956)
    This bulletin brings together information on certified seed production in Alaska, It is hoped that it will acquaint Alaskans with the aims of a certified seed program and the work of the Alaska Crop Improvement Association ...
  • Sweetman, William J. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, Palmer, Alaska, 1956-01)
  • Gazaway, H.P.; Marsh, Charles (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Alaska, 1956-09)
    Increased consumption of fresh milk in Alaska's schools means stepping up imports from surplus producing Stateside milksheds.
  • Scarseth, George D. (University of Alaska Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1956-09)
    Alaska's Extension Service was fortunate in again obtaining the services of Dr. George D. Scarseth, Director of Research for the American Farm Research Association. His task during the 1956 growing season was to review ...
  • Gazaway, H.P.; March, Charles (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1956-09)
    When offered more than once daily and at five cents a half-pint, Palmer school children consumed fresh milk at the rate of 1.1 half-pints per day, an increase of 138 percent over normal. Seward school children customarily ...
  • Dickson, James G. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1956-11)
    The preliminary survey of the plant species of grazing value found in the several areas is reported . Some comments on management and other problems are included. The information given is restricted to a few sections. ...
  • Sweetman, William J. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1957-01)
    The Matanuska Valley dairy industry continues to be plagued with the problem of having more milk than can be distributed in early summer, while fall production does not supply the demand. Fluctuations between heavy ...

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