The Oregon papers are calling public atten-. tion to the peculiar grain growing qualities of t the soil of that Territory. The “Columbian” says, there is ro country in the world in . which wheat arriTes at a greater degree of perfection than in Oregon, and certainly none ; in which a greater yield per acre is obtained, or a more lucrative or desirable market for , rewarding the producer, with as little labor.
This article was originally published with the title "Agriculture in Oregon"