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16 SEPTEMBER 1970

Drought adjustment

50 YEARS AGO

he following article was an abstract from a study concerned with the adjustments made by people who remained on their farms in Mills County, Texas, during a period of prolonged drought (1950 to 1957). It explained that the results of this study could be applied to South Africa to plan future programmes for drought

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