Inspecting a potato field

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Title

Inspecting a potato field

Subject

Potato industry--Washington (State)--1940-1950

Description

Columbia Basin Project, Irrigation Division. Moses Lake Development Farm 2 miles east of Moses Lake. Twelve hours after a 3/4 inch rain which fell between 5pm to 10pm September 16th, water was standing in alternate furrows in the low flat areas of the Netted Gem potato field. Eighteen days after the last irrigation, which gives indication of the slow rate of pemetration in this field. This shows the effect of compaction by tractor wheels in rows with water-Art Bauman left and J.L. Toevs right. H. Foss, cameraman. Taken for Land Development Section

Creator

Foss, H. E.

Source

PG 94, Box 1, Folder Farm Development, 4 800, University of Idaho Library Special Collections and Archives, http://www.lib.uidaho.edu/special-collections/

Publisher

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Date

1947-09-17

Contributor

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Rights

Public Domain

Relation

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Format

Photograph

Language

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Type

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Identifier

94-4-800

Coverage

Columbia River Basin

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Original Format

Photograph

Physical Dimensions

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Files

PG 94-4-800.jpg

Citation

Foss, H. E. , “Inspecting a potato field ,” Getting Started with Omeka, accessed November 23, 2017, http://uilibraryworkshop.omeka.net/items/show/1.