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- Black locust planted on a sandy creek bottom
Community and Extension
Forests and forestry -- North Carolina
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- Transcribed from back of photo: #994 Farm Forestry Series 1939 by W. J. Barker, Asst. Ext. Forester Black locust planted in 1930 by S. H. Crocker, Wilson County, on a sandy creek bottom. The soil has been built up, the land has been held in place, and now Mr. Crocker can harvest fence posts.
Crocker, S. H.
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North Carolina State University. College of Forest Resources more info on North Carolina State University. College of Forest Resources
Barker, W. J. more info on Barker, W. J.
Wilson County (N.C.)
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