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Project 10 Image - VA Montgomery County - 1941-06-18
(Virginia Tech, 1941-06-18)
View of recorder mounted in shelter at gaging station on Blacksburg, Va. Watershed No. III (W-III). Cover of intake may be seen open.
Project 10 Image - VA Montgomery County - 1947-10-01
(Virginia Tech, 1947-10-01)
Experimental model of deep lime placement machine operating at 12 inch depth. Applying ribbon of ground limestone at 8-10 tone per acre rate. Note visible feed through plastic sock.
Project 10 Image - VA Augusta County - 1948-05-05
(Virginia Tech, 1948-05-05)
Station #2 Bell Creek. Shovel handle indicates dam site. Upstream view.
Project 10 Image - VA Montgomery County - 1948-04-17
(Virginia Tech, 1948-04-17)
Close-up of rear bottom of TNT in action. Note 3" top slice being inverted and the bottom share agitating the furrow 4" deep directly behind the moldboard.
Project 10 Image - VA Tazewell County - 1946-08-06
(Virginia Tech, 1946-08-06)
View of eroded area at Tazewell W-II gaging station. Note siltation in approach channel.
Project 10 Image - VA Montgomery County - 1948-10-08
(Virginia Tech, 1948-10-08)
General view of B block Kipp's Farm stubble mulch. Note uniformity of stand in plot areas.
Project 10 Image - VA Franklin City - 1946-09-01
(Virginia Tech, 1946-09-01)
Irrigated vs. non-irrigated peaches sent into project headquarters by Mr. R.W. Wilkins, District Conservationist, Blue Ridge District. The larger peaches were selected from trees irrigated in Aug. 1946; the small from trees ...
Project 10 Image - VA Scott County - 1948-05-03
(Virginia Tech, 1948-05-03)
Multiple use drill experiment. Plot No. II-5. Treatment 10-12-4.
Project 10 Image - VA Pittsylvania County - 1940-08-20
(Virginia Tech, 1940-08-20)
View along channel of terrace No. 2, Danville Watershed W-II, showing sediment deposition caused by tobacco rows emptying at sharp curve in opposite direction to flow in terrace.
Project 10 Image - VA Montgomery County - 1940-04-22
(Virginia Tech, 1940-04-22)
Close-up of wheat on watershed No. III. (W-III).