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Features

6 A look back: See the changes in Iowa State's College of Ag. Find out if the predictions of future agriculture are coming true.

9 New chemical-use law: The need for accurate records of chemicals accompany the 1990 Farm Bill.

10 A budding future for horticulture: The Reiman Garden will provide new opportunities for horticulture students.

14 Increase in female vet med grads: Women vets serve as role models for an increasing number of female students.

17 Collegiate FFA comes to Ames: Iowa State officially named a chapter at the state convention in April.

18 Photos show research: We'll take you on a tour of the National Soil Tilth Laboratory.

22 Exchange students talk about international culture: Students in Slovakia and the Ukraine are gaining valuable experience abroad.

25 A race to the city: Iowa State Daily satirist Qory Hodnefield tells why he left the farm.

26 Trees: A new alternative fuel: ISU research has developed new methods to heat with wood.

29 New markets for soybean growers: Soybean diesel fuel testing is showing profitable possibilities

Departments

5 Professor Profile: Dr. Brad Skaar receives outstanding Ag adviser honors. Read about his teaching and advising strategies.

12 Udderances: Ag recognition banquet May 1st.

20 Editorials: Farm size is debated. Do bigger farms have more advantages?

Volume

95

Issue

3

Publication Date:

Spring 1993

Publisher:

Iowa State University

City:

Ames, IA

Disciplines:

Agriculture

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