Bulletin - State College of Washington, Agricultural Experiment Station, Issues 151-175

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Agricultural Experiment Station., 1918 - Agriculture
 

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Page 44 - Dr. To Receipts from the Treasurer of the United States as per appropriations for fiscal year...
Page 14 - VARIABILITY IN SOILS AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE TO PAST AND FUTURE SOIL INVESTIGATIONS. II. VARIATIONS IN NITROGEN AND CARBON IN FIELD SOILS AND THEIR RELATION TO THE ACCURACY OP FIELD TRIALS.
Page 1 - Kev. of Science and Practice of Agr., 1917: 233. 8. Root, CJ: "Relation of snowfall to yield of winter wheat," Abstract in Exp. Sta. Record, 42: 321, 1919. 9. Schafer, EG, Gaines, EF, Barbee, OE : "Wheat production as influenced by variety, time of seeding and source of seed, '
Page 63 - Old process oil meal is the ground product obtained after extraction of part of the oil by crushing, cooking and hydraulic pressure from seeds screened and cleaned of weed seeds and other foreign materials by the most improved commercial processes. When used alone the term "old process oil meal" shall be understood to designate the product obtained from partially extracted, screened and cleaned flaxseed.
Page 58 - The state of nutrition of the trees and its general environment affects its ability to set fruit either with its own pollen or that of another tree. 7. Bees and other insects are the agents for the transportation of pollen. 8. Bad weather during flowering time has a decidedly injurious influence on fruitage by keeping away insect visitors and also by affecting the fecundation of the flowers; conversely, fine...
Page 2 - I have the honor to submit herewith the Twenty-Eighth Annual Report of the Director of Education, which covers the calendar year 1927.
Page 59 - REORGANIZATION and expansion of the Office of Farm Management of the United States Department of Agriculture...
Page 126 - Results of treating seed of spring wheat and oats with copper carbonate dust to prevent smut.
Page 26 - Time and Method of Tillage on the Yield and Comparative Cost of Production of Wheat in the Palouse Region and Eastern Washington.
Page 38 - It is quite evident from these results that the increased available nitrogen and phosphorus is sufficient to account for the noted increase in crop yields resulting from the use of these soil amendments.

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