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Archive image from page 31 of The culture and manufacture of. The culture and manufacture of flax for fibre and seed culturemanufactu00oreg Year: 1916 ( 30 FLAX BULLETIN Golden flax seed grown at Brownsville, Oregon, yielded sixteen bushels to an acre, after cleaning, and produced 22 pounds of oil per bushel. The average yield of oil is between eighteen and one-half and nineteen pounds. The American Thread Company is prepared to use fibre to the extent of 2,000,000 acres annually. The yield per acre in North Dakota is from nine to fourteen bushels per acre. A North Dakota farmer considers tha

Archive image from page 31 of The culture and manufacture of. The culture and manufacture of flax for fibre and seed  culturemanufactu00oreg Year: 1916 ( 30 FLAX BULLETIN Golden flax seed grown at Brownsville, Oregon, yielded sixteen bushels to an acre, after cleaning, and produced 22 pounds of oil per bushel. The average yield of oil is between eighteen and one-half and nineteen pounds. The American Thread Company is prepared to use fibre to the extent of 2,000,000 acres annually. The yield per acre in North Dakota is from nine to fourteen bushels per acre. A North Dakota farmer considers tha Stock Photo
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Archive image from page 31 of The culture and manufacture of. The culture and manufacture of flax for fibre and seed culturemanufactu00oreg Year: 1916 ( 30 FLAX BULLETIN Golden flax seed grown at Brownsville, Oregon, yielded sixteen bushels to an acre, after cleaning, and produced 22 pounds of oil per bushel. The average yield of oil is between eighteen and one-half and nineteen pounds. The American Thread Company is prepared to use fibre to the extent of 2,000,000 acres annually. The yield per acre in North Dakota is from nine to fourteen bushels per acre. A North Dakota farmer considers that if he raises nine bushels per acre and receives $1.00 per bushel, he is making money. A flax crop in Oregon, grown as a combination of seed and tow, can be made a very profitable one. The fibre obtained from seed flax is known as tow, and is used for upholstery stuffing, crockery and glassware packing, etc., and is worth $60 or more per ton. HARVESTING FLAX NEAR SALEM, OREGON—STATE PROJECT

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