California Agriculture, Volume 21
Volume 21, Number 1
Monterey Cypress at Point Lobos, Monterey County - one of the sites of investigations on the Cypress bark moth reported in this issue.
Volume 21, Number 2
Air view of Imperial Valley Field Station, site of two irrigation experiments reported in this edition.
Volume 21, Number 3
Rapida...a new oat crop for California.
Volume 21, Number 4
Some of 84 isolates of Armillaria mellea, the oak root fungus, obtained from different hosts and from different areas of California to show naturally occurring variations.
Volume 21, Number 5
Rigolen plowing for control of Verticillium wilt in cotton.
Volume 21, Number 6
The value of high-moisture grain for lactating dairy cattle was investigated in Madera County tests reported in this issue. Photo right, shows some of the dairy cattle and feed storage tanks involved.
Volume 21, Number 7
Russian thistle seed 61 minutes after being exposed to water. Spiral action of the unwinding embryo forces root into loose soil.
Volume 21, Number 8
Measuring furrow flow during vineyard irrigation studies at Kearney Field Station.
Volume 21, Number 9
This mature hen had been debeaked by precision debeaking methods as a chick (seven days old).
Volume 21, Number 10
Picker shown with mask, respiration meter, and connecting hose used during orange picking tests to determine human energy costs.
Volume 21, Number 11
Cubed alfalfa hay for ewes and lambs
Volume 21, Number 12
University of California Agricultural Extension Service field trial: weed control, Salinas Strawberries, Inc.