Code of Federal Regulations

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1969 - Administrative law

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Page 30 - Secretary as counties in which wind erosion, floods, hurricanes, or other natural disasters have created new conservation problems which (1) if not treated will impair or endanger the land, (2) materially affect the productive capacity of the land, (3) represent damage which is unusual in character and, except for wind erosion, is not...
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Page 237 - ... on the basis of the past acreage of tobacco, making due allowance for drought, flood, hail, other abnormal weather conditions, plant bed, and other diseases; land, labor and equipment available for the production of tobacco, crop rotation practices; and the soil and other physical factors affecting the production of tobacco.
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Page 60 - Secretary shall conduct a referendum of farmers engaged in the production of peanuts in the calendar year in which the referendum is held to determine whether such farmers are in favor of or opposed to marketing quotas with respect to the crops of peanuts produced in the...
Page 411 - ... other similar old farms in the locality. Upward adjustments shall be made on the basis of the farm peanut history acreage for the base period; labor and equipment available for the production of peanuts; crop-rotation practices; and soil and other physical factors affecting the production of peanuts.

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