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Ways to stop losses of tanbarkAuthor(s): Marvin E. Fowler
Source: Yearbook of Agriculture. 1950-51: 716-718.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionOne way to husband our limited resources of vegetable tannin materials is to utilize them as fully as possible. That, in turn, calls for cutting out the wastes now resulting from practices that do not prevent deterioration.
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CitationFowler, Marvin E. 1951. Ways to stop losses of tanbark. Yearbook of Agriculture. 1950-51: 716-718.
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