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  • Description: Soil
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    • Soil conservation group

    • Soil conservation; United States. Soil Conservation Service; Buildings
    • Soil conservation group in front of the USDA Soil Conservation office.
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    • Soil Conservation Service

    • Corley, Si (Silas Edward), 1900-1989--Photographs.; White, Hugh L. (Hugh Lawson), 1881-1965--Photographs.; United States.Soil Conservation Service--Officials and employees--Photographs.
    • United States Soil Conservation Service, 1952. Mr. Baker, Mr. Corley, Mr. Anders and Governor Hugh White.
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    • Superphosphate test

    • Brooks, Tom; Chafee, Miles; Agriculture; Farms; Phosphates; Soil management; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers
    • Mississippi Extension Agent Tom Brooks aided by Assistant County Agent Miles Chafee checking green weight and preparing reports for the County Agent on the demonstration conducted by Mr. Brooks to determine the value of triple superphosphate. 100...
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    • Buster Honeycutt and Hiram Jones

    • Soil conservation--Mississippi--Photographs.; Honeycutt, Buster--Photographs.; Jones, Hiram A.--Photographs.; Bermuda grass--Mississippi--Tishomingo County--Photographs.
    • Buster Honeycutt and Hiram Jones, soil conservationist for Tishomingo County, with the first coastal Bermuda grass in Tishomingo County (Miss.).
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    • Tree Planting

    • Soil conservation--Mississippi--Photographs.; Jones, Hiram A.--Photographs.; Tree planting--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Tree planting. Hiram A. Jones, soil conservationist for Tishomingo County, Mississippi on far right.
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    • Hiram A. Jones

    • Jones, Hiram A.--Photographs.; Soil conservationists--Photographs.
    • Hiram A. Jones, soil conservationist for Tishomingo County, Mississippi from 1936-1970.
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    • State lime plant Waynesboro

    • Lime; Factories; Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce
    • The inactive State lime plant at Waynesboro, Mississippi is inaccessible to highways and is recommended to be abandoned for agricultural lime. The deposit is heavily overburdened with 10-15 ft. of soil. Former operations of hand digging, air...
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    • Express Cotton

    • Rosedale Plantation (Bolivar County, Miss.)--Photographs.; Cotton--Research--Mississippi--Bolivar County--Photographs.; Agriculture--Mississippi--Bolivar County--Photographs.; Plantations--Mississippi--Bolivar County--Photographs.
    • Express cotton growing on weak, poorly drained buckshot soil, picked over once before photographing.
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    • Ellis Rose Cut

    • Belmont (Bolivar County, Miss.)--Photographs.; Plantations--Mississippi--Bolivar County--Photographs.; Cotton--Research--Mississippi--Bolivar County--Photographs.; Agriculture--Mississippi--Bolivar County--Photographs.; Rose, Ellis.
    • Cut just above Ellis Rose's house, showing fruiting of cotton on light buckshot soil. Belmont Plantation.
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    • Killarney Spacing Test 2

    • Agriculture--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Cotton--Research--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Killarney Plantation (Madison Parish, La.)--Photographs.; Plantations--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.
    • Killarney spacing test. Cotton in wide spaced plat in low soil about 300 ft. from the north end.
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