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Contains handbook by Hodgson, a range management specialist, Agricultural Extension Service, University of Nevada; A.J. Reed, County Agent, Nevada Agricultural Extension Service; and Howard G. Mason, Assistant in Irrigation, Nevada Agricultural Experiment Station; provides information on the soils, plant species, and management of pastures in the Lovelock Valley region of Nevada from September 1942.
Presentation by Forrest M. Willhite discusses crop rotation, the relation of water availability to the number of livestock which can be supported, economics, establishment of pasture rotation, grass types, rotation grazing, maintenance of soil fertility, and pasture productivity as related to Nevada agriculture (1938). Wilhite was superintendent of the Newlands Field Station in Fallon, Nevada.