Bulletin of the Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, Issues 219-250

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Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, 1918 - Agriculture

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Contents

Introduction
25
Abstract
41
The Seasonal March of the Greenhouse Climate as Measured
71
CONTENTS
98
Bulletin
101
192 Jan
126
Introduction 65
127
How to Increase Yields for More Profits
153
Corn
13
Analysis Tables 1663
16
19
19
Summary
20
Introduction
40
Historical Review
50
Work on Submitted Samples 54
54
The Seasonal March of the Greenhouse Climate as Measured
86

Varieties to Grow
157
Earliness of Planting an Important Factor
163
Making the Test 66
166
Methods of Growing Plants for Canning House Tomatoes
168
Transplanting to Field
173
Introduction
190
Introduction 13
13
Pure Seed 14
28
Weed Seed and Inert Matter
35
EXTENSION PtT r tfTTVS
46
Summary of Purity Analyses of Samples of Special Mixtures 52
52
Method of Feeling the Egg in the Fowls Body 68
68
Control of Diseases and Insects 1 75
75
How to Caponize 185
132
Page
132
Summary 73
157
Different Forms and Quantities of Nitrogen 164
164
Different Forms of Phosphoric Acid 169
169
Broadcasting vs Drill Applications of Fertilizers 175
175
Cost of Producing aiming House Tomatoes 181
181
Effect of Caponizing 185
185
Introduction 1
1
Introduction 87
87
Present Investigations 90
90
The Results 94
94
Wheat 10
106
The Operation 191
107
Introduction
112
Soy Beans
116
Summary of Conclusions 100
116
Key to College Park Species Subtribe A 117
117
Annotated List of Halticini Subtribe A 124
124
Annoated List of Halticini Subtribe B 143
143
Maryland Soils need Lime 158
146
Branchville Field 159
159
Ridgely Field 165
165
Literature Cited 101
187
After Treatment 192
192
Samples Submitted to the Laboratory
206
Introduction
207
Single Stem Two Cane Kniffen
214
Other Training Methods
220
Discussion of Results
226
Summary
232

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