Table of contents
High production key to agricultural profits in 1951-52, by W. P. Thomas, G. T. Blanch, and D. A. Broadbent 65
Grants give added support to research on turkey diseases 66
A new wheat for fall planting on irrigated land, by D. C. Tingey 67
Smoke generators appear of little value for raising orchard temperatures, by S. W. Edgecombe, R. K. Gerber, and O. D. Kirk 69
Research will attempt to give definite answers to questions on halogeton poisoning, by L. A. Stoddart and C. W. Cook 70
Station intensifies Rambouillet improvement program, by J. A. Bennett 72
Choose adapted high yielding corn hybrids 74
Radioiron, a tool in the study of chlorosis, by F. B. Wann, D. W. Thorne, and J. Woolley 76
Hydrogen peroxide has a place in the making of high quality Swiss cheese, by A. J. Morris, P. B. Larsen, and J. D. Johnson 79
Rats demonstrate the value of an adequate diet, by E. B. Wilcox 81
"Farm & Home Science Vol. 12 No. 4, December 1951,"
Utah Science: Vol. 12
, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/utscience/vol12/iss4/1