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Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES)  [1138]

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The Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station funds research of University of Minnesota scientists on ways to improve Minnesota's agricultural and forest products, horticulture, human nutrition, family and community life, and environmental quality. It supports both basic and applied research with practical goals for improving the lives of Minnesotans. As it funds scientists who work in five different colleges and at Research and Outreach Centers across the state, it is an organization that supports cross-disciplinary problem solving, and responsiveness to emerging issues. Research results are brought to Minnesotans through a partnership with University of Minnesota Extension.

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The Burbot fishery in Lake of the Woods.

University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station (Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974)

Fall Versus Spring Plowing and Related Soil Heat Balance in the Western Corn Belt.

Allmaras, R.R.; Nelson, W.W.; Hallauer, E.A. (Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972)

The Effect of White-Tailed Deer and Snowshoe Hare Browsing on Trees and Shrubs in Northern Minnesota.

Krefting, Lauritis W. (Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, 1975)

An Appraisal of Aphid Resistant Tuber-Bearing Solanum Germ Plasm.

Radcliffe, E.B.; Lauer, F.I. (Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, 1971)

The Management Factor in Farming: An Evaluation and Summary of Research.

Justus, Fred; Headley, J.C.; Krause, Kenneth R.; Schultz, S. Ray; Shaudys, E.T.; Nodland, Truman; Hobbs, Daryl J.; Warrack, Allan A.; Wirth, M.E. (Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, 1968-03)
Contains these reports: The management factor in farming: an evaluation and summary of research ; Review of managerial ability studies of farmers ; Biography and performance ; Summary of research on the relation of goals, ...

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