F.V. Lieberman Article
Hard Working Magazine On Agriculture ' LOGAN, Sept. 28--Featuring a discussion of agriculture in the post-war period, the September issue of Farm. and Home Science, quarterly magazine, was released Wednesday at the Utah agricultural experiment station by Mrs. Gladys Harrison, editor. To cope with post-war problems, the^ publication says, Americans must be aware of the broad shifts likely to be experienced in production production and distribution. "In planning planning postwar agriculture the price rel as well as factors which -will 'ect future trends of prices should taken into consideration." Authors of the article on postwar postwar agriculture, W. Preston Thomas and George T. Blanch, pointed out that present,and future technological technological ' improvements in agricultural production will make changes in production and marketing of some commodities produced in the west and will require changes in farm Â·organization and management. The kind, quantity, quality and production production and marketing costs of various products will be also influenced by new culture and marketing practices, practices, they said. .tOn a national basis, the economists economists predicted, such changes will influence programs dealing with production controls, land use, farm tenure, land settlement, land reclamation reclamation and farm. labor. Â· Discussing the demand for agricultural agricultural products. Professor Thomas and Blanch reported that agricul- NU-BOUl CLOSET BOUIL CLERHSER Protect family ture is hoping for the realization of full employment. If high consumer consumer demand is not maintained, then we are likely. to tjirn in a arge way to subsidized consumption consumption programs to increase the demand demand for agricultural products, ;hey concluded. r Another feature of the publication publication was a review of the life of Dr Franklin E. Harris, college president. Other articles included discussions of new insecticides for control of alfalfa seed insects by F V. Lieberman; new insecticides give promise for control of lygus bugs in alfalfa grown for seed C J. Sorenson and J. W. Carlson; rusty mottle of the sweet cherry in Utah by B. L. Richards and S Rhoads; liver flukes in cattle and how to control them, by Olsen, and growing livestock and big game on the range by L. Stoddart and D. I. Rasmussen.