Many thousands of acres of crops in Iowa were lost in 1943 because of inadequate drainage. And the situation was practically the same in 1942. What will be the report a year hence? The 1944 production goals call for over 14 1/2 million acres of intertilled crops. The large increase in cultivated crops confronts Iowa farmers with many critical production problems. Where will these extra acres be found?
Van Vlack, C. H.
"We Need More Drainage,"
Farm Science Reporter: Vol. 5
, Article 4.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/farmsciencereporter/vol5/iss1/4