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Proper Use of Stubble Residue

Description: Photograph of proper use of stubble residue Demonstration plot No. 4. Results after tandem disk and large sweep operation leaving 2100 lb. of resudue on surface from original 3900 lb.
Date: June 6, 1965
Creator: Chance, R. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Proper Use of Stubble Residue

Description: Photograph of the proper use of stubble residue, demonstration Plot No. 1. Results after the second large sweep operatiobn leaving 2400 lbs. of straw from the original 3900 lb.
Date: June 6, 1965
Creator: Chance, R. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Proper Use of Stubble Residue

Description: Photograph of Demonstration plot No. 9. One way, first operation leaving 1500 lb. straw from 3900 lb. original. Don Jackson preparing plots for "Use of Crop Residue Field Day" June 30, 1965.
Date: June 30, 1965
Creator: Chance, R. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Proper Use of Stubble Residue

Description: Photograph of proper use of stubble residue Demonstration plot No. 7. Results after Twist Chisel operations leaving 2200 lb. of resudue on surface from original 3900 lb.
Date: June 6, 1965
Creator: Chance, R. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Proper Use of Stubble Residue

Description: Photograph of proper use of stubble residue Demonstration plot No. 3. Results after tandem disk and twist chisel operations leaving 900 lb. of resudue on surface from original 3900 lb.
Date: June 6, 1965
Creator: Chance, R. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Contoured Field on the Nelms Avant Farm Growing Cowpeas and Milo Maize/Elk City Project

Description: Photograph of an UNIDENTIFED man standing in a contoured field on the Nelms Avant farm. This field is currently growing cowpeas and milo in alternating rows. The back of the photograph proclaims, “This is a field farmed on the contour to prevent water from running off rapidly and causing damage by erosion. In this particular field there are two separate crops, cowpeas and milo maize. These are planted in alternate rows.”
Date: October 9, 1936
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Contoured Field on the Nelms Avant Farm Growing Cowpeas and Milo Maize/Elk City Project

Description: Photograph of an UNIDENTIFED man standing in a contoured field on the Nelms Avant farm. This field is currently growing cowpeas and milo in alternating rows. The back of the photograph proclaims, "This is a field farmed on the contour to prevent water from running off rapidly and causing damage by erosion. In this particular field there are two separate crops, cowpeas and milo maize. These are planted in alternate rows."
Date: October 9, 1936
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society
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