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box 128, folder 5

Fresh market tomato research

box 145, folder 2

Mechanical harvesting of green mature fresh market tomatoes

box 145, folder 5

Ethrel on fresh market tomatoes

box 145, folder 9

Fresh market tomato fertility (transplants / direct seeded)

box 145, folder 13

Fresh market green mature tomato variety demonstration plot

box 146, folder 4

Tomato plant spacing for fresh market mechanical harvesting

box 146, folder 16

Tomato varietal response in setting fruit

box 146, folder 21

Machine harvest tomato processing - variety observational plot

box 146, folder 22

Nitrogen and its effect on the maturity of fresh market green mature tomatoes

box 146, folder 23

Determining tomato fruit set and estimating potential harvest dates and yields

box 146, folder 24

Irrigation cut-off to hasten maturity of fresh market green mature tomatoes

box 146, folder 25

Canning tomato uniform fertility trial

box 146, folder 27

Use of coke mulch on direct seeded tomatoes for mechanical harvesting

box 146, folder 28

Tomato planting date study

box 146, folder 30

Tomato blossom study and fruit set and fruit development

box 146, folder 32

Eastern market observation of bulk filled California green mature tomatoes in corrugated cartons (N.Y., Boston, PA)

box 146, folder 37

Carton volume study for bulk packed fresh market green mature tomatoes

 

Vegetables

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of publication and documents related to the Pepper Conference and the newsletter series titled Vegetable Briefs.

Arrangement

This subseries is in its original order and folders maintain their original titles provided by the creator.
box 120, folder 8

Budget

box 120, folder 9

Tours

box 120, folder 10

Meeting

box 120, folder 11

Monterey - the Doubletree Hotel at Fisherman's Wharf

box 120, folder 12

Announcements

box 120, folder 13

Hotel

box 120, folder 14

Committees

box 120, folder 15

Program

box 120, folder 16

Correspondence

box 121, folder 1

Registration

box 121, folder 2

National pepper conference - sponsors

box 121, folder 3

Paid bills

box 121, folder 4

Pepper - national meeting

box 146, folder 1

Bell pepper variety testing

box 146, folder 36

Weed control "uniform trial" in transplanted bell peppers

box 146, folder 20

Variety evaluation and cultural practices for fresh market and process vegetables on the westside of Merced

box 146, folder 15

Ethrel response on mixed melons

box 146, folder 33

Cantaloupe quality characteristics

box 146, folder 34

Melon quality survey

box 123, folder 3

Cucumber production in California

box 125, folder 9

Gardening handbooks

box 124, folder 4

Vegetable briefs (1/9)

box 124, folder 5

Vegetable briefs (2/9)

box 124, folder 6

Vegetable briefs (3/9)

box 124, folder 7

Vegetable briefs (4/9)

box 124, folder 8

Vegetable briefs (5/9)

box 124, folder 9

Vegetable briefs (6/9)

box 124, folder 10

Vegetable briefs (7/9)

box 124, folder 11

Vegetable briefs (8/9)

box 124, folder 12

Vegetable briefs (9/9)

box 124, folder 13

Vegetable briefs for California farm advisors (1/10)

box 124, folder 14

Vegetable briefs for California farm advisors (2/10)

box 125, folder 1

Vegetable briefs for California farm advisors (3/10)

box 125, folder 2

Vegetable briefs for California farm advisors (4/10)

box 125, folder 3

Vegetable briefs for California farm advisors (5/10)

box 125, folder 4

Vegetable briefs for California farm advisors (6/10)

box 125, folder 5

Vegetable briefs for California farm advisors (7/10)

box 125, folder 6

Vegetable briefs for California farm advisors (8/10)

box 125, folder 7

Vegetable briefs for California farm advisors (9/10)

box 125, folder 8

Vegetable briefs for California farm advisors (10/10)

 

Grains and Soils

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of trials reports on sweet corn, grain sorghum, rice, sugar beets, and cotton, as well as reports on soil testing, drainage, and salinity studies.

Arrangement

This subseries is in its original order and folders maintain their original titles provided by the creator.
box 125, folder 10

Economic study - rehab (county)

box 144, folder 23

Narrow row spacing trials - cotton

box 144, folder 10

Variety and strain testing cotton

box 144, folder 16

Corn head smut control trials

box 144, folder 18

Grain sorghum investigations

box 144, folder 19

Selection of milo varieties for late planting

box 144, folder 21

Sugar beet investigations

box 144, folder 28

Rice fertilizer trial - slow release nitrogen

box 144, folder 29

Rice seed treatment trial

box 144, folder 30

Farm management workshop (Farley)

box 144, folder 22

Phosphate survey

box 144, folder 8

Soils management and modification

box 144, folder 9

Evaluating pumping for drainage

box 144, folder 11

Salinity trends in irrigated soils

box 144, folder 12

Salinity trends in irrigated soils

box 144, folder 13

New lands

box 144, folder 14

Land use planning

box 144, folder 15

Drainage investigations

box 144, folder 20

Harney Ranch and Pirrone Vineyard drainage

box 144, folder 17

Seed production

box 146, folder 26

Ear worm control of sweet corn

box 146, folder 38

Post emergence weed control in sweet corn uniform trial

box 146, folder 35

Weed control under canned ornamental nursery stock

box 141, folder 14

Bob Scheuerman: soil survey - Los Banos area

 

Fruit and Nut Trees

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of data, publications, articles, newspaper clippings, and trials related to fruit trees. Topics covered include figs, peaches, pears, avocados, apricot, chemical thinning, cherries, cracking, phenological data, persimmons, pomegranates, pesticides, insects, propagation, pruning, California planting, apples, hardwood cutting, rootstocks, fruit quality, dates, grafting, and fruit history.

Arrangement

This subseries is in its original order and folders maintain their original titles provided by the creator.
box 128, folder 6

Historical cultural UCCE and Hilgardia (1/2)

box 128, folder 7

Historical cultural UCCE and Hilgardia (2/2)

box 128, folder 8

California fig industry

box 129, folder 1

Fig yield data

box 129, folder 2

Home garden

box 129, folder 3

Figs - cultural

box 129, folder 4

Irrigation

box 129, folder 5

Fig germplasm repository

box 129, folder 6

Nutrition

box 129, folder 7

Fig nurseries

box 129, folder 8

Growers

box 129, folder 9

Breeding - fig

box 129, folder 10

Endosepsis and other diseases

box 129, folder 11

PM-10

box 129, folder 12

Ethephon

box 129, folder 13

Fig culture and history - internet material

box 129, folder 14

Fig varieties

box 129, folder 15

Caprification and fruit growth

box 129, folder 16

Pest management guidelines

box 129, folder 17

Fig scale

box 129, folder 18

Carpenter worm

box 130, folder 1

Dried fruit beetle

box 130, folder 2

Pest management insect caused diseases

box 130, folder 3

Infesting fig fruits

box 130, folder 4

Dried fig processors

box 130, folder 5

Food quality and recipes

box 130, folder 6

Commercial plum growing in California

box 130, folder 7

Historical plum bulletins

box 130, folder 8

Pollination

box 130, folder 9

Bloom dates

box 130, folder 10

Thinning

box 130, folder 11

Pruning

box 130, folder 12

Prune management

box 130, folder 13

Commercial plum growing in California

box 130, folder 14

Cherry rootstocks in California

box 131, folder 1

Weed seedlings

box 131, folder 2

Pruning trees

box 131, folder 3

Botany and physiology

box 131, folder 4

Setting the crop

box 131, folder 5

Propagation

box 131, folder 6

Bud / graft

box 131, folder 7

Fifth International Peach Symposium

box 132, folder 1

Proceedings of the Fifth International Peach Symposium

box 132, folder 2

Compact fruit tree

box 132, folder 3

The pear thrips in California

box 132, folder 4

Avocado

box 132, folder 5

Cultural practice varieties

box 132, folder 6

Apricot culture

box 132, folder 7

Chemical thinning

box 132, folder 8

Cherry skin color study - Brooks, King, Tulare 1995

box 132, folder 9

Cracking (1/2)

box 133, folder 1

Rest breaking - cherries with Dormex and Armobreak

box 133, folder 2

Cherry culture in California

box 133, folder 3

Phenological data U.C. pom project (1/3)

box 133, folder 4

Phenological data U.C. pom project (2/3)

box 133, folder 5

Phenological data U.C. pom project (3/3)

box 133, folder 6

Training systems

box 133, folder 7

Persimmons

box 133, folder 8

Economics, marketing, regulations, laws

box 133, folder 9

Cultural

box 133, folder 10

Persimmons for California

box 133, folder 11

Varieties - rootstocks

box 133, folder 12

Cultural - pruning

box 133, folder 13

Nutrition - persimmons

box 133, folder 14

Pomegranates

box 133, folder 15

Pomegranates nursery

box 133, folder 16

Pests and diseases

box 133, folder 17

Pomegranate notes

box 133, folder 18

Growers

box 133, folder 19

Process, mkt., storage

box 133, folder 20

Pomegranate pesticides

box 133, folder 21

Sucker control NAA, the-hold, etc.

box 133, folder 22

Herbicides - pomegranates

box 133, folder 23

Economics, marketing, regulations, laws

box 134, folder 1

Growth regulators

box 134, folder 2

General - varieties and old literature

box 134, folder 3

Cold storage - pomegranate Ethylene

box 134, folder 4

Maturity problems (scald)

box 134, folder 5

Cost studies

box 134, folder 6

Cultural pruning

box 134, folder 7

Nutrition

box 134, folder 8

Jujube

box 134, folder 9

Spacing and training

box 134, folder 10

Irrigation and fertilization

box 134, folder 11

General

box 134, folder 12

Diseases - general

box 134, folder 13

Oak root fungus

box 134, folder 14

Plum pox virus

box 135, folder 1

Miscellaneous - insects

box 135, folder 2

Damage by insects

box 135, folder 3

Freestone CV release notices

box 135, folder 4

Propagation

box 135, folder 5

Pruning principles

box 135, folder 6

Girdling

box 135, folder 7

Chilling requirements and bloom dates

box 135, folder 8

California planting

box 135, folder 9

Grafting

box 135, folder 10

Fruit growing

box 135, folder 11

Chilling

box 135, folder 12

History of the California fruit exchange

box 135, folder 13

Fruit history

box 135, folder 14

Fruit species production

box 135, folder 15

California general information

box 135, folder 16

Growers - packers - shippers

box 135, folder 17

Native edible fruits, nuts, vegetables, herbs, spices, and grasses of California

box 135, folder 18

Bud structure and shoot morphology

box 135, folder 19

Diagnosing problem soils

box 135, folder 20

Herbicide - injury symptoms

box 135, folder 21

Field ID foliar symptoms

box 135, folder 22

Zn

box 136, folder 1

Zinc

box 136, folder 2

Trace

box 136, folder 3

Fe

box 136, folder 4

Nutrient disorders in tree fruits

box 136, folder 5

K

box 136, folder 6

Cu

box 136, folder 7

Budding and grafting

box 136, folder 8

Chemical thinning (1/3)

box 136, folder 9

Chemical thinning (2/3)

box 136, folder 10

Chemical thinning (3/3)

box 136, folder 11

Thinning - stone fruit

box 137, folder 1

Thinning

box 137, folder 2

Hardwood cuttings

box 137, folder 3

Root growth

box 137, folder 4

Peaches - general history

box 137, folder 5

Home garden suggested varieties

box 137, folder 6

Freezer varieties freestone and drying varieties

box 137, folder 7

Branson's bible of fruit varieties: the world's premier source of variety information

box 137, folder 8

Root stocks - new foreign origins

box 137, folder 9

Growing shipping peaches and nectarines in California

box 137, folder 10

Peach growth carbohydrate portioning

box 137, folder 11

Freestone varieties

box 137, folder 12

Peach and nectarine image

box 137, folder 13

High density

box 137, folder 14

Effect of soil pH and nitrogen source on nutrient status in peach: I. Macronutrients

box 137, folder 15

Fruit quality

box 137, folder 16

Pruning deciduous fruit and nut trees

box 137, folder 17

Split pit

box 137, folder 18

Cling peach varieties

box 138, folder 1

Reference date

box 138, folder 2

Yellow leaf roll of peaches

box 138, folder 3

Asian pears

box 138, folder 4

Propagation of temperate - zone fruit plants

box 138, folder 5

Grafting

box 138, folder 6

Apple market

box 138, folder 7

Abstracts and program - International Symposium on Asian Pears

box 138, folder 8

Apple Growing

box 138, folder 9

Apple training and systems

box 138, folder 10

Varieties

box 143, folder 22

Fig maturity with ethrel sprays

box 143, folder 21

An attempt to control alternate bearing in Davey almonds

box 143, folder 23

Navel orange worm control

box 143, folder 24

Fruit and nut variety evaluation

box 143, folder 25

Landscape tree evaluation

box 143, folder 26

Spray thinning peaches

box 143, folder 27

Report of planned work accomplished: wine grape variety trials

box 143, folder 28

Root stock trials

box 143, folder 29

Tree nutrition

box 143, folder 30

Crown gall control

box 143, folder 31

Bacterial canker control - peaches

box 144, folder 1

Early harvest of almonds

box 144, folder 2

Mistletoe control

box 144, folder 3

Grape powdery mildew control test

box 144, folder 4

Grape vine nutrition

box 144, folder 5

Orchard weed control

box 144, folder 6

Honey bee management in almond population

box 144, folder 7

Bioclimate frost production and climate control

 

Flowers

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of publications, articles, and newspaper clippings related to flowers. Topics covered include trees, shrubs, flower diseases, culture methods, landscaping methods, lawns, and wildflowers.

Arrangement

This subseries is in its original order and folders maintain their original titles provided by the creator.
box 124, folder 3

Home gardening

box 139, folder 1

Diseases of flowers and other ornamentals

box 139, folder 2

Trees and shrubs

box 139, folder 3

House plants

box 139, folder 4

Propagation

box 139, folder 5

Landscaping

box 139, folder 6

Pruning

box 139, folder 7

Roses

box 139, folder 8

Solution culture

box 139, folder 9

Flowers (1/2)

box 139, folder 10

Flowers (2/2)

box 140, folder 11

Bulbs (1/3)

box 140, folder 1

Bulbs (2/3)

box 140, folder 2

Bulbs (3/3)

box 140, folder 3

African violet

box 140, folder 4

Dutch elm disease

box 140, folder 5

Alkali tolerant ornaments

box 140, folder 6

Bamboo

box 140, folder 7

Bulbs in pots

box 140, folder 8

Compost preparation

box 140, folder 9

Cacti

box 140, folder 10

Daphne

box 140, folder 11

Earthworms

box 140, folder 12

Gladiolus

box 140, folder 13

Gloxinia culture

box 140, folder 14

Gourds

box 140, folder 15

Greenhouse

box 140, folder 16

Holly

box 140, folder 17

Care house plants

box 140, folder 18

Lavender

box 141, folder 1

Lawns - brown patches

box 141, folder 2

Lilac

box 141, folder 3

Lily of the valley

box 141, folder 4

Orchid (1/2)

box 141, folder 5

Orchid (2/2)

box 141, folder 6

Palms

box 141, folder 7

Potted plants for home

box 141, folder 8

Poinsettia

box 141, folder 9

Planting and flowering seasons

box 141, folder 10

Rooting cuttings

box 141, folder 11

Tuberose

box 141, folder 12

Plants for landscaping

box 141, folder 13

References on wildflowers

 

Livestock

Scope and Contents

This series consists of trial reports, reports of work, quarterly reports, publications, articles, data, and newspaper clippings related to the work of Merced County Farm and 4-H Advisors. This series mostly consists of material related to poultry and diary sciences, including beef cattle, animal science livestock production, cross breeding, fertilization, breeding, testing, waste disposal, milk quality, hay, pastures, pesticides, trees, Fred Price's farm work, cattle hereditary, cattle pregnancies, animal physiology, feed analysis, beef nutrition, byproduct feeds, central valley water quality rules, dry manure, rice straw burning, center for food animal health stakeholders workshop meeting, agriculture, dairy and beef council, water and air quality, metal proteinates, pollution, livestock, drainage, and Animal Confinement Ordinance Revision.

Arrangement

This series is organized into two subseries based on topic. The first is Dairy Science followed by Poultry.
 

Dairy Science

Arrangement

This subseries is in its original order and folders maintain their original titles provided by the creator.
box 142, folder 1

Beef cattle improvement

box 142, folder 2

State report of work: animal science livestock production 1971

box 142, folder 3

Cross breeding

box 142, folder 4

McCulloch, Howard

box 142, folder 5

CBCIA - beef cattle

box 142, folder 6

Longhorn crosses

box 142, folder 7

Range management

box 142, folder 8

Staff development

box 142, folder 9

Administration

box 142, folder 10

Compare birth weights (duplicate file)

box 142, folder 11

Fertilizing with chicken manure

box 142, folder 12

Steers vs. heifers for economical beef

box 142, folder 13

Range fertilization

box 142, folder 14

Measuring pelvic area as a method of determining calving problems

box 142, folder 15

Farm enterprise accounting and management

box 142, folder 16

Feeding beef slaughter cattle

box 142, folder 17

Africa breeding

box 142, folder 18

Cubed alfalfa vs. baled alfalfa when fed to light weight steers

box 142, folder 19

Medusa head

box 142, folder 20

Beef cattle progeny - carcass evaluation testing

box 142, folder 21

WM lyles - progeny testings

box 142, folder 22

Build vs. steers for beef

box 142, folder 23

Sheep improvement

box 142, folder 24

Dairy Herd Improvement Association

box 143, folder 1

Dairy waste disposal

box 143, folder 2

Milk quality

box 143, folder 3

Mechanical milking

box 143, folder 4

Dairy culling study

box 143, folder 5

Weed control in alfalfa

box 143, folder 6

High moisture hay cubing trials

box 143, folder 7

Flavor defects in raw milk

box 143, folder 8

Dairy corral improvement

box 143, folder 9

Milk marketing programs

box 143, folder 10

Irrigated pastures

box 143, folder 11

Alfalfa varieties

box 143, folder 12

Keeping pesticide residues out of milk

box 143, folder 13

Alfalfa variety evaluation

box 143, folder 14

The control of bovine mastitis

box 143, folder 15

Control of bovine mastitis

box 143, folder 16

Black fly problem

box 143, folder 17

Dairy farm management

box 143, folder 18

Palatability of alfalfa hay

box 143, folder 19

Alfalfa fertilization

box 143, folder 20

Oats and vetch hay production

box 147, folder 14

Cow index

box 147, folder 15

DHI dairy farms

box 147, folder 16

USDA-DHIA

box 147, folder 17

Dairy breeding

box 148, folder 1

Cattle hereditary

box 148, folder 2

USDA sire summaries

box 148, folder 3

Dairy management embryo transfer

box 148, folder 4

Estrus synchronization

box 148, folder 5

Fertility

box 148, folder 6

Gestation periods

box 148, folder 7

Sire summaries

box 148, folder 8

Colored stud catalogs

box 148, folder 9

Holstein stud catalogs

box 148, folder 10

Induced calving

box 148, folder 11

Pregnancy diagnosis

box 148, folder 12

Dairy feeding practices reproductive physiology

box 148, folder 13

Milk progesterone tests

box 148, folder 14

Breeding selection

box 148, folder 15

Heat detection

box 148, folder 16

Semen cost

box 149, folder 1

Sire summaries

box 149, folder 2

Buck summaries

box 149, folder 3

DHIA data and reproduction

box 149, folder 4

Dairy bulls in artificial insemination

box 149, folder 5

Dairy breeds - Ayrshire

box 149, folder 6

Dairy breeds - Brown Swiss

box 149, folder 7

Dairy breeds - general

box 149, folder 8

Dairy breeds - Holstein

box 149, folder 9

Dairy breeds - Holstein Co. Breeders Association

box 149, folder 10

Dairy breeds - Guernsey

box 149, folder 11

Dairy Breeds - Jersey

box 149, folder 12

Dairy breeds - other breeds

box 149, folder 13

Dairy breeding - artificial insemination

box 149, folder 14

Dairy breeding - blood type

box 149, folder 15

Calving ease

box 150, folder 1

An outline for dairy cattle breeding

box 150, folder 2

Breeding management (1/3)

box 150, folder 3

Breeding management (2/3)

box 150, folder 4

Breeding management (3/3)

box 150, folder 5

Dairy breeding - clean up bulls

box 150, folder 6

Dairy diseases and parasites cystic ovaries

box 150, folder 7

Early breeding

box 150, folder 8

Analysis - feeds (1/2)

box 150, folder 9

Analysis - feeds (1/2)

box 150, folder 10

Dairy feeds almond hulls

box 150, folder 11

Pistachio

box 150, folder 11

Requirements feed analysis (1/2)

box 150, folder 12

Requirements feed analysis (2/2)

box 151, folder 1

Beans (black eye, horse, etc.)

box 151, folder 2

Dairy feeding, dairy beef - nutrition

box 151, folder 3

Bicarb / buffers

box 151, folder 4

Brewer's grains

box 151, folder 5

Byproduct feeds (1/2)

box 151, folder 6

Byproduct feeds (2/2)

box 151, folder 7

Dairy economics and marketing bulls - nutrition

box 151, folder 8

Calcium / Phosphorus / Vitamin D

box 151, folder 9

Citrus products

box 151, folder 10

New technologies for monitoring manure applications

box 151, folder 11

How to reduce manure production

box 151, folder 12

New Central Valley water quality rules

box 151, folder 13

Strip - tillage

box 151, folder 14

New Central Valley water quality rules

box 151, folder 15

New technologies for monitoring manure applications

box 151, folder 16

Managing dry manure nutrients

box 151, folder 17

Dairy manure meeting

box 151, folder 18

Conservation tillage forage production

box 151, folder 19

September 24 and 26 sessions

box 151, folder 20

CE advisors contacts and self assessment (CASA) manual

box 152, folder 1

Agricultural census

box 152, folder 2

Rice straw burning

box 152, folder 3

Center for food animal health stakeholders workshop meeting

box 152, folder 4

Farm Bureau

box 152, folder 5

Altech young scientist

box 152, folder 6

CHR Hansen

box 152, folder 7

Dairy Notes

box 152, folder 8

Rural crime on the rise

box 152, folder 8

Altech and North Carolina in my mind

box 152, folder 9

Field crops

box 152, folder 10

University of California

box 152, folder 11

Watershed Coalition news

box 152, folder 12

Yosemite Jersey Dairy 93-24-0571

box 152, folder 13

George Te Velder #2923-50-0950

box 152, folder 14

Dairy Council Digest archives

box 152, folder 15

SAS V8 (1/2)

box 152, folder 16

SAS V8 (2/2)

box 152, folder 17

California Beef Council

box 152, folder 18

CAPCA advisor

box 152, folder 19

Water solutions and air quality

box 153, folder 1

Component analysis

box 153, folder 2

Metal proteinates

box 153, folder 3

Pollution

box 153, folder 4

AIC issues brief

box 153, folder 5

Livestock

box 153, folder 6

San Joaquin Valley drainage monitoring program

box 153, folder 7

Shield

box 153, folder 8

Moonshine dairy

box 153, folder 9

Alejandro Castillo, UC Cooperative Extension

box 153, folder 10

Research results in manure digestion, runoff, refeeding, odors

box 153, folder 11

Documentation CDs

box 153, folder 12

Program environmental impact report for the Merced County Animal Conference Confinement Ordinance revision

box 153, folder 13

Livestock science

box 153, folder 14

Castillo, Alejandro - participant

box 153, folder 15

UC Davis folders

box 153, folder 16

Top documents

box 154, folder 1

Academic online program review

box 154, folder 2

La novena revelacion

box 154, folder 3

Gateway

box 154, folder 4

Balance summaries

box 154, folder 5

Transaction listing

box 154, folder 6

Account payments

box 154, folder 7

Travel expenses

box 154, folder 8

Entertainment checks

box 154, folder 9

Annual report of agriculture

box 154, folder 10

Wellness protection program

box 154, folder 11

Alejandro Castillo bibliography

box 155, folder 1

CE advisors annual report manuals

 

Poultry

Arrangement

This subseries is in its original order and folders maintain their original titles provided by the creator.
box 146, folder 39

Price - Schroeder 1971

box 147, folder 1

Price - Schroeder, reports of work 1963-1964

box 147, folder 2

Schroeder - Young, monthly reports (1/2) 1960-07-1963-10

box 147, folder 3

Schroeder - Young, monthly reports (2/2) 1960-07-1963-10

box 147, folder 4

Reports of work - Fred Price

 

4-H

Series 8 4-H; Subseries 1 Photographs

 

Artifacts

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet
Physical Location: This subseries is located at the Merced County Cooperative Extension Office. Please contact library@ucmerced.edu for access.

Scope and Contents

his subseries consists of historical 4-H pins, uniforms, and historical club banners.
 

Inactive 4-H Records

Physical Description: 4 Linear Feet
Physical Location: This subseries is located at the Merced County Cooperative Extension Office. Please contact library@ucmerced.edu for access.

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of records from inactive 4-H clubs and is a mix of member scrapbooks, club history scrapbooks, and administrative records related to the inactive club.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged by club.
 

Judging Forms

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of blank judging forms from various 4-H events.
 

Lesson Plans

Physical Description: 10 Linear Feet
Physical Location: This subseries is located at the Merced County Cooperative Extension Office. Please contact library@ucmerced.edu for access.

Scope and Contents

Curricular materials cover topics including animal welfare, robotics, aerospace, agriculture, plant and animal science, home economics, and other practical skills.
 

Motion Picture Film and VHS Tapes

Physical Description: 14 Linear Feet
Physical Location: This subseries is located at the Merced County Cooperative Extension Office. Please contact library@ucmerced.edu for access.

Scope and Contents

The motion picture material consists of VHS, vinyl records, and motion picture film related to 4-H lesson plans, activities, and events.

Arrangement

The subseries is arranged by subject.
 

Outreach Material

Physical Description: 1.5 Linear Feet
Language of Material: Hmong; Mong, English

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of records related to Hmong outreach and instruction intended for Hmong residents and instructors. Materials for Hmong residents include handouts on nutrition, meal planning, recipes, housekeeping, breastfeeding, and infant nutrition. The handouts are in a mix of only English, Hmong, and simplified Hmong. A portion of the records are Hmong translations of 4-H handouts and publications. Materials for instructors consist of lesson plans and handouts on Hmong nutrition and food habits. A small portion of the records contain membership and participation information.

Arrangement

The Hmong records are arranged by folder and by topic. Materials for instructors are mixed throughout, with a few folders dedicated to instruction materials.
 

Publications

Physical Description: 65 Linear Feet
Physical Location: This subseries is located at the Merced County Cooperative Extension Office. Please contact library@ucmerced.edu for access.

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of reference publications and sample curriculum related to various 4-H program and topics.

Arrangement

The publications are arranged by topic alphabetically.
 

Scrapbooks

Physical Description: 3.5 Linear Feet

Scope and Contents

The photographic material consists of photographs and slides of various 4-H events, activities, and participants from the 1920s through 2002.

Arrangement

These 4-H photographs were originally housed and organized in three-ring binders with each binder representing decades from the organization's inception in the early 1900s, until the beginning of the twenty-first century. The photographs have been removed from their original housing and placed in folders. All efforts were made to represent the original order of the photographs. Folder titles reflect the names of each binder in the collection.
box 176, folders 1-4

Merced County 4-H Historical Stuff: The Second Decade 1913-1922

box 176, folders 5-12

Merced County 4-H Historical Stuff: The Third Decade 1923-1932

box 176, folder 13

Merced County 4-H Historical Stuff: The Fourth Decade 1933-1942

box 176, folder 14

Merced County 4-H Historical Stuff: The Fifth Decade 1943-1952

box 176, folders 15-32, box 177, folders 1-14

Merced County 4-H Historical Stuff: The Sixth Decade 1953-1962

box 177, folders 15-25, box 178, folders 1-8

Merced County 4-H Historical Stuff: The Seventh Decade 1963-1972

box 178, folders 9-14

Merced County 4-H Historical Stuff: The Eighth Decade 1973-1982

box 178, folders 15-23, box 179, folders 1-7

Merced County 4-H Historical Stuff: 4-H Camp 1926-2002

 

Administrative Files 1993-2002

box 171, folder 19

Year-end reports and statistics for 2001-2002 1993-1994, 2001-2002

 

Photographs and Audiovisual Materials

Series 9 Photographs and Audiovisual Material; Subseries 2 Agricultural and Historical Photographs

 

Aerial Photographs

Physical Location: This subseries is located at the Merced County Cooperative Extension Office. Please contact library@ucmerced.edu for access.

Scope and Contents

This subseries contains aerial photographs of Merced County from various flights from the 1960's, 1970's, and 1980's.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged chronologically by flight.
 

Agricultural and Historical Photographs

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of photographs of various agriculture trials, plants, stages of diseases, and land in Merced County.

Arrangement

This subseries is divided into two sections. The first contains nitrate negatives from this subseries followed by the photographic prints made from the negatives.
 

Photographic prints

 

Motion Picture and Audio Recordings

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet
Physical Location: This subseries is located at the Merced County Cooperative Extension Office. Please contact library@ucmerced.edu for access.

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of radio and television appearances by Farm Advisors.
 

Slide film

Physical Description: 6 Linear Feet
Physical Location: This subseries is located at the Merced County Cooperative Extension Office. Please contact library@ucmerced.edu for access.

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of slides related to agriculture work, trials, and presentations in Merced County.
 

Publications

 

Cooperative Extension Publications

Physical Description: 35 Linear Feet
 

Experiment Station Publications

 

Fruit Notes and Tree and Vine Notes 1961-1985

box 171, folder 1

Fruit notes 1961

box 171, folder 2

Fruit notes 1962-1963

box 171, folder 3

Fruit notes 1964-1965

box 171, folder 4

Fruit notes 1966-1967

box 171, folder 5

Fruit notes 1968-1970

box 171, folder 6

Fruit notes 1971

box 171, folder 7

Fruit notes 1972

box 171, folder 8

Fruit notes 1973

box 171, folder 9

Fruit notes 1974-1975

box 171, folder 10

Fruit notes and tree and vine notes 1976

box 171, folder 11

Tree fruit and nuts and tree and vine notes 1977

box 171, folder 12

Tree fruit and nuts and tree and vine notes 1978-1979

box 171, folder 13

Tree and vine notes 1980

box 171, folder 14

Tree and vine notes 1981

box 171, folder 15

Tree and vine notes 1982

box 171, folder 16

Tree and vine notes 1983

box 171, folder 17

Tree and vine notes 1984

box 171, folder 18

Tree and vine notes 1985

 

USDA Publications

 

Other Publications

 

Maps

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet
Physical Location: This subseries is located at the Merced County Cooperative Extension Office. Please contact library@ucmerced.edu for access.

Scope and Contents

This series consist of maps related to soil surveys, irrigation, various government agencies and resources, and farmland.

Arrangement

This series is arranged loosely by subject.
 

Specimens

Physical Description: 2 Linear Feet

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of insect and plant specimens.
 

Trophies and Awards

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of trophies and awards for 4-H members and Merced County staff.
 

Antique Farm Equipment

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