State's productive capacity: Shifts in land use and major crops projected for 1955 based on general cropping pattern of 1950–51
AuthorsTrimble R. Hedges
Warren R. Bailey
Authors AffiliationsTrimble K. Hedges is Associate Professor of Agricultural Economists, University of California College of Agriculture, Berkeley; Warren R. Bailey is Agricultural Economist, Bureau of Agricultctral Economics, U.S.D.A., Berkeley.
Hilgardia 6(9):2-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v006n09p2. September 1952.
Hedges T, Bailey W. 1952. State's productive capacity: Shifts in land use and major crops projected for 1955 based on general cropping pattern of 1950–51. Hilgardia 6(9):2-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v006n09p2
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