Man's knowledge is increasing at such a rapid rate that the modern college professor has a great problem in making decisions as to what and how to teach the agricultural student of today.

It has been estimated by modern educators that if all man's knowledge and scientific advancement from the dawn of civilization to 1950 is given a value then the amount of knowledge accumulated between 1950 and 1961 has again increased by the same amount. It is estimated that another doubling of man's knowledge will take place between the years of 1962 and 1967.



future agriculturists, reforming curricula

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