Experiment Station Record, Volume 30 (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1914 - Agriculture
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Contents

Studies in Indian tobaccos III Inheritance in Nicotiana tabacum Howard
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African manioc Henry Yves and Ammann
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Bulletin 242 January 1914 714
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Bulletin 243 March 1914 883
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Fag
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Circular 106 September 1913 83
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Circular 23 November 1913 632
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Bulletin 5 The Southern Corn Bootworm or Budworm F M Webster
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Circular 107 October 1913 345
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Annual report of the BeeKeepers Association of Ontario 1912
59
The amount of indol obtained from different proteids von Moraczewski
65
Bulletin 16 The Culture of Fluecured Tobacco E H Mathewson 39
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Milking capacities of the Trinidad government farm cowb Shrewsbury
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Bulletin 18 A Report on the Phosphate Fields of South Carolina W H Wagga
78
Bruce et al
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Bulletin 21 The Commercial Fattening of Poultry A R Lee 470
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Irish agricultural laborers 1912
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Page Bulletin 29 December 1 1913 445
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Circular 109 January 1914 694
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Circular 110 December 1913 625
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E W ALLEN Ph D Assistant Director
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Bulletin 32 March 26 1914 841
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The letters and writings of Dr S W Johnson 1
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Bulletin 115 November 1912 441
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Field crop experiments Foulkes
134
lest growing in Wisconsin Delwiche and Leith
141
The inheritance of blossom color in beans Shaw
142
Bulletin 29 Crew Work Costs and Returns in Commercial Orcharding in West
144
Studies of plant diseases Miiller Molz and Morgenthaler
148
Research Bulletin 2 July 1913
152
Bouillon cubes Cook
163
Circular 116 March 1914 854
169
Wensieydale cheese Da vies
179
Generalized mycosis in the bovine Langrand
185
Mechanical cultivation in Germany Bornemann and Donath
191
United effort for farm betterment and rural progress
192
Bulletin 190 June 1913 36
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BuUetin 78 January 1914 786
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EXPERIMENT STATION RECORD
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Loss of fat as a result of drying meat Tamura
205
METEOROLOGYWATER
211
Bacterial action in the soil as a function of food concentration Rahn
217
Origin of species by mutation Sutton
224
Variation in rust resistance of spring wheat barley and oats Litwinow
230
Nine new Thysanoptera from the United States Hood
250
Utilization of parasites in combating diseaseconveying insects Brumpt
256
Methods of examination of clarifier milk slime North
274
Peptotoxin production by bacillus of contagious abortion Reichel and Harkins
280
Use of milk cultures of B bulgarieus in white diarrhea Bushnell and Maurer
286
The Village Moderne at the Ghent Exposition
301
Recent wort in agricultural science
309
Bulletin 179 October 1913 339
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Bulletin 46 A Descriptive Catalogue of the Soils of Virginia so Far Identified
319
Annual Report 1913 pt 2
327
An examination of theory of factors by methodical recroasing Von Tschermak
328
Removal of mineral matter from unfertilized soil by plants I Strigel
334
Bulletin 48 The Shrinkage of Shelled Corn While in Cars in Transit J W
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Bulletin 35 Factors Governing the Successful Storage of California Table
345
ILLUSTRATION
351
Report of the dairy husbandman Cook
375
Veterinary notes Cave
381
Teste of concrete and brick pavements
387
Housing farm poultry Adler
390
Bulletin 5 Third Annual Report 1913 August 1913 340355356395
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BuUetin 167 October 1913 767
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BuUetin 168 November 1913 769
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Journal literature of agricultural science
400
Circular 39 July 1913 41
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The essentials of a scientific paper
403
BuUetin 139 May 1913 89
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BuUetin 140 August 1913 61
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Ornamental hibiscus in Hawaii Wilcox and Holt
445
BuUetin 141 July 1913 89
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BuUetin 142 August 1913 46
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BuUetin 143 September 1913 69
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Bulletin 49 The Cost of Raising a Dairy Cow C M Bennett and M 0 Coper
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The relation of precipitins to complement Lebailly
478
The hog cholera question Pekar
484
Selection and installation of a small pumping plant for irrigation Etcheverry
485
Bulletin 50 Possible Agricultural Development in Alaska L Chubbuck
491
Agricultural instruction in the army Hanne
495
Bulletin 55 Balsam Fir R Zon 843
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Horticulture and ForestryE J Glasson
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Inspection Bulletin October 1913 327
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I Carboxylase Harden
504
BuUetin 190 October 1913 555
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Bulletin 58 Five Important Wildduck Foods W L McAtee 545
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Bulletin 119 November 1913 55
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BuUetin 191 November 1913
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BuUetin 193 December 1913 734
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Circular 31 1914 734
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Circular 11 April 1913 338
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Circular 13 July 1913 320
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Bulletin 121 February 1914 648
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Circular 19 October 1913 335
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Circular 21 November 1913 643
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Twentysixth Annual Report 1913 538545599
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The agricultural extension act
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Rural sanitationan opportunity for extension work 701
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Bulletin 146 November 1913 738
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Bulletin 103 January 1914 517
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PUBLICATIONS
605
Storing of beet chips with lactic acid ferments Zaitschek
614
Effect of forests on runoff Stevens
620
Efficiency of soluble manures in dry years Leonardon
626
The law of minimum
627
Germination experiments with cereals in light and in darkness Burgerstein
633
Sugar cane in South Africa Choles
639
Annual Report 1912 640697
640
The sandwich caterpillar Agriophan rhombota
660
Report of the work of the Dakery laboratory Mohs
669
Application of an electric stimulus to animal life Baker 2 Jholestarel content of chickens under different diets Gardner and Lander
675
Circular 69 August 1913
697
Agricrltural Chemistry and AgrotechnyL W Fetzer Ph D M D
701
Recent work in agricultural science
707
Circular 70 January 1914 635
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BuUetin 173 August 1 1913
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BuUetin 174 September 1 1913 20
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Notes on insect enemies of tropical agriculture Zacher
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The metallic flea beetle Haltica pagana French jr
758
BuUetin 175 October 31 1913
770
Bulletin 68 Pasture and Grain Crops for Hogs in the Pacific Northwest
771
BuUetin 176 November 30 1913
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Journal Agricultural Research vol 1 No 6 March 1914 801803844846855875
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About the determination of colloid substances in the soil Rohland
807
Bulletin 100 September 1913
808
Determination of watersoluble phosphoric acid in superphosphates Pilz
813
Bulletin 101 October 1913
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Bulletin 102 January 1914
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Influence of metals on Aspergillus niger in Raulins liquid Bornand
824
Wheat and rye in Turkestan Benzin
830
Annual Report 1912 1737416894
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Studies upon influences affecting the protein content of wheat Shaw
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Bulletin 159 July 1913 468
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staling of bread Verschaffelt
859
Value of sanitation aa applied to railway and other corporations Thrush
863
Studies on the prehistoric Moravian cattle Mohapl
869
Bulletin 161 September 1913 420
881
private irrigation Henny
887

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Page 603 - That co-operative agricultural extension work shall consist of the giving of instruction and practical demonstrations in agriculture and home economics to persons not attending or resident in said colleges in the several communities, and imparting to such persons information on said subjects through field demonstrations, publications, and otherwise...
Page 604 - ... this work shall be carried on in such manner as may be mutually agreed upon by the Secretary of Agriculture and the state agricultural college or colleges receiving the benefits of this act.
Page 603 - That in order to aid in acquiring and diffusing among the people of the United States useful and practical information on subjects connected with agriculture, and to promote scientific investigation and experiment respecting the principles and applications of agricultural science...
Page 254 - The maximum length of time that Trypanosoma evansi has been demonstrated microscopically in the gut of this species of fly after feeding on infected blood is thirty hours; the organisms were found in the fly's dejecta two and one-half hours after biting the infected animal; and suspensions of flies...
Page 142 - The Influence of Various Light Intensities and Soil Moisture on the Growth of Cucumbers, and Their Susceptibility to Burning from Hydrocyanic Acid Gas.
Page 384 - Spirochaeta suis is an obligatory anaerobic organism and usually requires several weeks' incubation for growth to take place on artificial culture medium. It may be transferred from generation to generation on artificial culture medium. Cultures containing the organism in the form of granules and spirochetes may be passed through bacteriaproof filters and the spirochetes removed, the few small granules which pass through being capable of producing hog cholera or resistance to the disease.
Page 124 - ... history. (2) Within wide limits the rate of growth of a plant varies with the concentration of the nutritive solution, irrespective of the total amount of plant food available. (3) When other conditions, such as the supply of nitrogen, water, and air, are equal, the growth of the crop will be determined by the concentration of the soil solution in phosphoric acid and potash which, in its turn, is determined by the amount of these substances in the soil, their state of combination, and the fertiliser...
Page 596 - ... home projects under a certificated teacher, will receive $100 and the teacher $75. To the school board which, in addition to the home projects, provides and maintains experimental and demonstration plats at or in connection with the school for the practical instruction of the pupils, an additional grant not to exceed $25 will be paid, and to the teacher an additional annual grant of $25. When the work is conducted by a county agricultural representative he will be paid the grants specified for...
Page 604 - ... additional, until a total of $4,100,000 is reached, which with the $480,000 makes a total of $4,580,000, and continues as a permanent annual appropriation. Unlike the initial appropriation of...
Page 209 - ... 30 minutes, shaking occasionally. Then add 50 cc. of 70 per cent. alcohol containing 1 per cent. by volume of hydrochloric acid (sp. gr. 1.16), shake well and again place in water at 17 to 19 for an hour.

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