The 1976 edition of the "Bluebook" is a compilation of data collected and
analyzed throughout Minnesota. Information was contributed by personnel
of the Department of Soil Science including Extension Soil Specialists,
Scientists at the branch stations of Crookston, Grand Rapids, Lamberton,
Morris, Rosemount and Waseca; the "Sand Plain" experimental sites; and
Soils and Crop area agents •. Associated personnel from the Soil Conservation
Service, the Soil and Water Research group of the ARS-USDA, the
Tennessee Valley Authority, and the Department of Natural Resources also
contributed information. This archival publication may not reflect current scientific knowledge or recommendations. Current information available from the University of Minnesota Extension: https://www.extension.umn.edu.
Sincere appreciation is expressed for materials and/or financial assistance
or program support from several organizations including: Potash Institute
of North America, Fanners Union Central Exchange, Farmland, Midland Cooperatives
and Howe Incorporated, Minnesota Crop Improvement Association,
National and State Soybean Associations, Minnesota Golf Cour~e Superintendents
Association, Minnesota Limestone Producers Association, U.S. Gypsum
Corporation, Minnesota Plant Food Association, Minnesota Soil and Water
Conservation Commission, The Minnesota Resources Commission, the Minnesota
State Planning Agency, The Water Resources Research Center of the Graduate
School, The Staples Vo-Tech Institute, The Red River Valley Potato and
Sugar Beet Growers Associations, J.L. Shiely Company, The Tennessee Valley
Authority and the North Central Forest Experiment Station.
The investigators also greatly appreciate the cooperation of the many
county agents, farmers, technical assistants, secretaries and the representatives
of the various firms and businesses who contributed time, land,
machinery and materials and without whose support many of the results
reported here would not have been possible.
Department of Soils, University of Minnesota.
A REPORT ON FIELD RESEARCH IN SOIL SCIENCE.
Regents of the University of Minnesota.
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