Publication Date

Spring 1988


Director’s Comment: We have been our second century; the horizons expand ahead of us [p] 2
Another IPM: Inappropriate political medication’ means others could control farmers’ use of water [p] 3
Not on its deathbed: Just a sickbed, but ag economy will cycle again, because of history we haven’t read [p] 5
The business of research: It’s the production of knowledge, ‘which will push back the frontiers of ignorance [p] 7
The driving force: Energy ‘to spare’ comes from enthusiasm; you can trick yourself into having it.[p] 9
Critical issues: In forefront is need to reduce dependency on chemicals, to avert risk to environment [p] 11
The good earth: South Dakota’s conservation record is excellent, but challenges loom in future [p] 15
100th Annual Report [p] 15


Mary Brashier


Duane Hanson


Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University



South Dakota Farm and Home Research: 100th Annual Report

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