Table of contents
Good range management prevents losses from halogeton poisoning, by C. W. Cook, L. A. Stoddart, and V. L. Hart 25
Leaf spot, most destructive disease of the Italian prune in Utah, by B. L. Richards 27
Changes in personnel 28
Auctions become increasingly important in the marketing of western livestock, by H. Abel and D. A. Broadbent 29
Deep suture, a virus-like disease of sweet cherry, by B. L. Richards 31
Meat quality and dressing percentage increased by feeding sugar to livestock prior to slaughter, by E. B. Wilcox, D. A. Greenwood, L. S. Galloway, M. B. Merkley, W. Binns, J. A. Bennett, and L. E. Harris 32
Better yields of carrot and onion seed with closer spacing and proper irrigation, by L. R. Hawthorn 34
Grass seed, a new enterprise for Utah farmers, by W. Keller 36
What's new in alfalfa varieties, by M. W. Pedersen, R. J. Evans, J. W. Carlson, and D. R. McAllister 41
New sorghums may have a place in Utah, by D. R. McAllister 44
"Farm & Home Science Vol. 13 No. 2, June 1952,"
Utah Science: Vol. 13
, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/utscience/vol13/iss2/1