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Page 114 - The following table gives the average dates of the last killing frost in the spring and the first in the fall, at various stations within the area and at Menomonee, Michigan.
Page 257 - Sodium benzoate in large doses (up to 4 grams per day) mixed with the food has not been found to exert any deleterious effect on the general health, nor to act as a poison in the general acceptation of the term. In some directions there were slight modifications in certain physiological processes, the exact significance of which modifications is not known. (3) The admixture of sodium benzoate with food in small or large doses has not been found to injuriously affect or impair the quality or nutritive...
Page 144 - The data are derived for the most part from the annual reiwrt of the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor, entitled Foreign Commerce and Navigation of the United States for the year ending June 30, 1908.
Page 397 - Annual Convention of the Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations, held at Washington, DC, November 1215, 1889.
Page 398 - I'.Klti. 1907, and 1908, is followed by some of the principal addresses given at these institutes on such subjects as growing cotton under boll weevil conditions, alfalfa, vetches, pork production, beef production, drainage, diversification, truck farming, and farm forestry. Proceedings of the thirteenth annual meeting of the American Association of Farmers' Institute Workers, edited by WH BEAL and J.
Page 3 - From the former, it is clear that the native vegetation represents, within the climatic limits of the regional flora, the result of a secular process of adaptation of plants to climates and soils, by natural selection and the survival of the fittest. The natural floras and sylvas are thus the expression of secular, or rather, millennial experience, which if rightly interpreted must convey to the cultivator of the soil the same information that otherwise he must acquire by long and costly personal...
Page 470 - The object of this book is to give a succinct account of discoveries in regard to heredity made by the application of Mendel's method of research.
Page 507 - The following resolution, originating in the college section, was adopted by the association : " That it is the sense of this association that the national laws which constitute the charter of the landgrant colleges distinctly prescribe work of collegiate grade in agriculture and the mechanic arts, including engineering in all its branches, and the sciences related to the industries, irrespective of whether the colleges are established separately or as parts of univer' L" ' An interesting discussion...