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UNIDENTIFIED Root Affected By Plow-Pan on L.O. Cavender's Land

Description: Photograph of the root of an UNIDENTIFIED plant affected by plow-pan. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Soil Unit 9 BO. First cleared by Shawnee Indians in 1804. Has been in row crops consistently. Crops have consisted of cotton, corn, peanuts, and grain sorghums. Plow-pan is now pronounced on 280 acres. Cavender as district cooperator and new owner has a plan. (1) Sequence includes vetch one year, (2) break plow-pan by mechanical tools after vetch, (3) follow soil tests with soil amendments, (4) seed fescue-ladino for pasture.”
Date: June 1952
Creator: Davis, D. O.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

UNIDENTIFIED Root Affected By Plow-Pan on L. O. Cavender Farm

Description: Photograph of the root of an UNIDENTIFIED plant affected by plow-pan. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Soil Unit 9 BO. First cleared by Shawnee Indians in 1804. Has been in row crops consistently. Crops have consisted of cotton, corn, peanuts, and grain sorghums. Plow-pan is now pronounced on 280 acres. Cavender as district cooperator and new owner has a plan. (1) Sequence includes vetch one year, (2) break plow-pan by mechanical tools after vetch, (3) follow soil tests with soil amendments, (4) seed fescue-ladino for pasture.”
Date: June 1952
Creator: Davis, D. O.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

UNIDENTIFIED Root Affected By Plow-Pan on L.O. Cavender's Land

Description: Photograph of the root of an UNIDENTIFIED plant affected by plow-pan. The back of the photograph proclaims, "Soil Unit 9 BO. First cleared by Shawnee Indians in 1804. Has been in row crops consistently. Crops have consisted of cotton, corn, peanuts, and grain sorghums. Plow-pan is now pronounced on 280 acres. Cavender as district cooperator and new owner has a plan. (1) Sequence includes vetch one year, (2) break plow-pan by mechanical tools after vetch, (3) follow soil tests with soil amendments, (4) seed fescue-ladino for pasture."
Date: June 1952
Creator: Davis, David O.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

UNIDENTIFIED Root Affected By Plow-Pan on L. O. Cavender Farm

Description: Photograph of the root of an UNIDENTIFIED plant affected by plow-pan. The back of the photograph proclaims, "Soil Unit 9 BO. First cleared by Shawnee Indians in 1804. Has been in row crops consistently. Crops have consisted of cotton, corn, peanuts, and grain sorghums. Plow-pan is now pronounced on 280 acres. Cavender as district cooperator and new owner has a plan. (1) Sequence includes vetch one year, (2) break plow-pan by mechanical tools after vetch, (3) follow soil tests with soil amendments, (4) seed fescue-ladino for pasture."
Date: June 1952
Creator: Davis, David O.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Trees, Tree Farms, Woodlands, and Forests

Description: Photograph of increased pine growth. Follow-up to OK-10-888-D. Note the increased pine growth after release by killing hardwood. Fence needed for two more years. Notice hardwood on the left not removed. Ross Dugan is cooperating with Soil Conservation Service [SCS] technicians on woodland plans for sustained production. OK-10-888-D1.
Date: June 1956
Creator: Hayes, Earl J.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society
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