Annual Report, Volume 12

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Page 50 - OF THE CORNELL UNIVERSITY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. BOARD OF CONTROL. THE TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY. THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND STATION COUNCIL. JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN, President of the University. FRANKLIN C. CORNELL, Trustee of the University.
Page xiii - June 30, 1896; that we have found the same well kept and classified as above, and that the receipts for the year from the treasurer of the United States are shown to have been...
Page 312 - STATION. BOARD OF CONTROL THE TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY. THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND STATION COUNCIL. JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN, President of the University. FRANKLIN C. CORNELL, Trustee of the University. ISAAC P. ROBERTS, Director of the College and Experiment Station. EMMONS L. WILLIAMS, Treasurer of the University.
Page 268 - BOARD OF CONTROL, THE TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY, THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND STATION COUNCIL. JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN, President of the University. FRANKLIN C. CORNELL, Trustee of the University. ISAAC P. ROBERTS, Director of the College and Experiment Station. EMMONS L. WILLIAMS, Treasurer of the University. LIBERTY H. BAILEY, Professor of Horticulture. JOHN H. COMSTOCK, Professor of Entomology. STATION AND UNIVERSITY EXTENSION STAFF.
Page 341 - Mixtures. 150 Tuberculosis in Cattle and its Control. 151 Gravity or Dilution Separators. 152 Studies in Milk Secretion. 153 Impressions of Fruit-Growing Industries.
Page 494 - BOARD OF CONTROL THE TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND STATION COUNCIL JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN! President of the University. FRANKLIN C. CORNELL, Trustee of the University. LIBERTY H. BAILEY, Director of the College and Experiment Station. EMMONS L. WILLIAMS, Treasurer of the University. JOHN H.
Page 278 - If, however, the soil becomes so dry in spite of you that the plants do not thrive, then water the bed. Do not sprinkle it, but water it. Wet it clear through at evening. Then in the morning, when the surface begins to get dry, begin the raking again to keep the water from getting away. Sprinkling the plants every day or two is one of the surest ways to spoil them.
Page 50 - ALICE G. McCLOSKEY, Nature-Study. OFFICERS OF THE STATION. IP ROBERTS, Director. EL WILLIAMS, Treasurer. EDWARD A. BUTLER, Clerk and Accountant.
Page 194 - ... President of the University. FRANKLIN C. CORNELL, Trustee of the University. ISAAC P. ROBERTS, Director of the College and Experiment Station. EMMONS L. WILLIAMS, Treasurer of the University. LIBERTY H. BAILEY, Professor of Horticulture. JOHN H. COMSTOCK, Professor of Entomology. STATION AND UNIVERSITY EXTENSION STAFF. IP ROBERTS, Agriculture. GC CALDWELL, Chemistry. JAMES LAW, Veterinary Science. JH COMSTOCK, Entomology. LH BAILEY.Horticulture, Nature-Study. HH WING, Dairy Husbandry. GF ATKINSON,...
Page 136 - ... cause an examination to be made at least once each year, prior to September first, of each and every nursery or other place where trees, shrubs or plants, commonly known as nursery stock, are grown for sale, for the purpose of ascertaining whether the trees, shrubs or plants therein kept or propagated for sale are infected with any such contagious disease or diseases, or infested with such pest or pests. If after such examination it is found that the said trees, shrubs or other plants so examined...

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