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Official Report of the Twenty-Ninth Fruit Growers Convention of the State of CaliforniaExcerpt from Official Report of the Twenty Ninth Fruit Growers' Convention of the State of California Held Under the Auspices of the State Horticultural Commission at Fresno Commencing Tuesday December 8th and Ending Friday December 11th 1903The condition Of the prairie lands in the Middle West in 1849 with the condition Of the forests in the Northwest would seemingly account for this lessened rainfall as well as the unprecedented floods of the past summer A lumber merchant Of San Francisco who visited sawmills in Minnesota the past summer related to me the estruction going on in the lumber istricts He stated that he saw LOGS BEING CUT WHICH WERE SO SMALL THAT THEY being cut which were SO small that they suare but one piece 4 by 4 Fifty years ago a vast area Of the Middle West was covere. D with prairie grass the top soil being a mass Of roots which would probably absorb and hold at one time ten or inches would probably absorb and hold at one time ten or inches rain This rainfall would percolate the soil below and leave the surface root mass to absorb the succeeding and this moisture would be given out by means Of springs and evaporation which would cause throughout the season It would be the same in the forests; the roots would absorb a great many inches Of rain Farming Operations have changed all this If something is not one the floods will increase and be and Echoes From The Gun Of 1861 Vol 3 disastrousStatistics Of the rainfall in southern California from records kepturing a period Of thirty southern California from records kept uring a period Of thirty and which o not include the winter Of 1902 03 Show that there was a period Of six years not including the past.