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Master of Science (MS)
Plants, Soils, and Climate
D. W. Pittman
In 1927 an experimental farm was established in Carbon County, Utah. The farm is on a new irrigation tract south of the Price River and about four miles south of Price. The agricultural problems of the Carbon County Experimental Farm and the locality which it serves are distinctly different from those of most of the farming sections in Utah. The soil of this region is of a sandy, silty nature apparently with deflocculated colloids which make it somewhat difficult to manage. There is a low percentage of organic matter in this soil, and because of this and its impervious condition the soil absorbs water slowly. The range in moisture content at which the soil may be tilled is rather narrow.
Zobell, Delos, "Fertilizer Studies as Conducted on the Carbon County Experimental Farm with Special Reference to Treble-Superphosphate" (1932). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3995.
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