"Aspect": new developments in fertilizer, wildlife management
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- "Aspect": new developments in fertilizer, wildlife management
- "Aspect" Hal Reynolds, host; Agronomy Specialist, Bill White talks about new developments in fertilizer and Hugh Fields and Ed Jones discuss wildlife management; 2-20-62; 29:20; black and white; optical sound.
Forests and forestry -- North Carolina
- Original Format:
16 mm film, optical sound, black and white
- 1061 feet, 29 minutes and 32 seconds
- Item identifier:
- University of North Carolina Center for Public Television more info on University of North Carolina Center for Public Television
- North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service more info on North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service
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more info on Reynolds, Hal
White, Bill (William) more info on White, Bill (William)
Fields, Hugh more info on Fields, Hugh
Jones, Ed more info on Jones, Ed
North Carolina State College. School of Forestry more info on North Carolina State College. School of Forestry
North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service more info on North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service
- Digital Project:
Cultivating a Revolution
Aspect Program videos: A public-access program featuring interviews, demonstrations, and examinations of aspects of agriculture, folk traditions, and rural life found in North Carolina.
- Special Collections Research Center at NC State University Libraries
- North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, Audiovisual Materials, 1946-2001 (UA102.400) held by Special Collections Research Center at NC State University Libraries
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