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Bales of lespedeza
Sam Barrett is shown with bale of sericea lespedeza which came from field which has been seeded for more than twelve years. Located four miles east of Woodbury.
Inspecting a lespedeza planting
Field boundary consisting of two-year-old bicolor lespedeza.
Lespedeza in soil bank
Soil Bank Conservation Reserve Program (U.S.); Lespedeza;
One-year-old stand of sericea lespedeza seeded on Class II Dickson soil. Land is in Soil Bank Program. Portion has been clipped. 7 mi. S. Woodbury on Red Hill Road.
Spreading fertilizer and lespedeza
Tractors; Fertilizer equipment;
Fertilizing small grain with 6-12-12 fertilizer. Lespedeza is being mixed with fertilizer and seeded as fertilizer is spread. Located twelve miles wouthwest of Woodbury.
Lespedeza for wildlife improvement
Lespedeza; Soil Conservation Districts; Wildlife management
Mr. Lem Due (left) of Tennessee Game and Fish Commission, making deliveries of wildlife planting material to H.J. Young, Conservation Aid, for distribution to cooperating landowners of the Cannon SCD....
Mr. Clement inspects lespedeza hay
W.L. clement, WUC, shown in planting of sericea for hay on Class VI land. 2 mi. w Bradyville
Mr. Clement in field of lespedeza
W,L. Clement, WUC, in field of sericea that was seeded for hay. 10 mi. nw Woodbury.
Bruce Elrod's hay field
Bruce Elrod in six acre field planned to be seeded to sericea lespedeza for hay. Located twelve miles northwest of Woodbury.
Rotating the corn crop
Corn; Lespedeza; Crop rotation
Field of corn following lespedeza for five years. Located off Route 3 in Morrison.
Using the natural draw for drainage
Natural draw gullied out and used for terrace outlet to be established in sericea.
Oats for hay
Crop of oats on lespedeza sod. Oats ready to cut for hay. Located two miles west of Bradyville.
Bowman's soil bank
Soil Bank Conservation Reserve Program (U.S.);Lespedeza
Keith Bowman in old stand of sericea which has been in soil bank for five years and will be used in rotation next year when land comes out of soil bank. Located ten miles southeast of Woodbury.
Raymond Pedigo of the ASCS
United States. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service; Grasses
Raymond Pedigo, ASCS Office Manager, in field of orchardgrass planned for renovation by discing and seeding red clover and lespedeza. Located three miles south of Auburntown.
Dairy cow on pasture
Dairy farms; Pastures
A portion of nineteen dairy cows graze on lespedeza and fescue pasture. Located twelve miles east of Woodbury.
Farmers inspect a fescue and ladino pasture
Cannon farmers inspect Ky.31 fescue and ladino clover pasture seeded fall of 1948 on unprepared seedbed in cornstalks. Mr. Barrett's milk production increased by one-third when he took his cows off blugrass...
Field of rye grain
Everett Cooper is shown in a field of rye, which was seeded in the fall of 1962. Rye will be harvested for seed. Field has been seeded to lespedeza for hay. Located twelve miles south of Woodbury.
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