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For the Gulf States, perhaps no forage crop of which the available seed supply is relatively abundant exceeds the velvet bean in potential value. This legume possesses also the ability to make a crop when planted relatively late. David F. Houston#Ability 64
David F. Houston#Ability 64
One could drive a prairie schooner through any part of his argument and never scrape against a fact. David F. Houston#Against 61
David F. Houston#Against 61
The older, thinner, and less productive grass lands, however, frequently can be made to produce much larger yields of feed in corn than if left, as they are, in unproductive grass. David F. Houston#Corn 60
David F. Houston#Corn 60
The usefulness of cow-peas and soy-beans as human food has been recognized only recently in this country. David F. Houston#Food 52
David F. Houston#Food 52
By the immediate preservation of eggs for home consumption through the use of water glass or lime water, larger supplies of fresh eggs may be made available for marketing later in the season, when production is less and prices higher. David F. Houston#Available 49
David F. Houston#Available 49
What this loss means will be appreciated from the statement that one bushel of wheat contains sufficient energy to support the average working man for 15 days. David F. Houston#Appreciated 47
David F. Houston#Appreciated 47
Corn is the leading food and feed crop of the United States in geographic range of production, acreage, and quantity of product. The vital importance of a large acreage of this crop, properly cared for, therefore, is obvious. David F. Houston#Food 47
David F. Houston#Food 47
The duty of the individual farmer, at this time, is to increase his production, particularly of food crops. David F. Houston#Food 46
David F. Houston#Food 46
It is obvious that the greatest and most important service that is required of our agriculture under existing conditions is an enlarged production of the staple food crops. David F. Houston#Food 43
David F. Houston#Food 43
The value of the beans for oil production, as well as for human food, has become recognized so quickly and so generally during the past year that the crop has acquired a commercial standing far in excess of its previous status. David F. Houston#Food 40
David F. Houston#Food 40
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