Report of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, Conn. for the Year ..., Volume 35

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The State, 1912 - Agriculture
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Page 112 - Apple juice, apple must, sweet elder, is the fresh fruit juice obtained from apples, the fruit of Pyrus malus, has a specific gravity (20 C.) not less than 1.0415 nor greater than 1.0000; and contains In one hundred (100) cubic centimeters (20 C.) not less than six (6) grams, and not more than twenty (20) grams of total sugars.
Page 8 - Acid is rated at 2 cents per pound. Potash is rated at 4% cents, if sufficient chlorine is present in the fertilizer to combine with it to make muriate. If there is more potash present than will combine with the chlorine, then this excess of potash is reckoned at 5 cents per pound except in certain special cases, to be noted later, where carbonate of potash has been used in the mixture.
Page 219 - ... not more than $100 for the first offense and not more than $500 for any subsequent offense. Each day of such violation shall constitute a separate offense.
Page 102 - Chocolate, plain chocolate, bitter chocolate, chocolate liquor, bitter chocolate coatings, is the solid or plastic mass obtained by grinding cocoa nibs without the removal of fat or other constituents except the germ...
Page 183 - A mixture containing a proteolytic ferment or enzyme obtained from the glandular layer of the fresh stomach of the hog, Sus scrofa.
Page 134 - Gluten flour is the clean, sound product made from flour by the removal of starch and contains not less than five and six-tenths (5.6) per cent of nitrogen and not more than ten (10) per cent of moisture.
Page 114 - Cocoa, and powdered cocoa, are terms applied to cocoa nibs, with or without the germ, deprived of a portion of its fat and finely pulverized, and contain percentages of ash, crude fiber, and starch corresponding to those in chocolate after correction for fat removed.
Page 112 - Cider, hard cider, is the product made by the normal alcoholic fermentation of apple juice and the usual cellar treatment, and contains not more than seven (7) per cent by volume of alcohol; and, in one hundred (100) cubic...
Page 61 - Acid is reckoned at 2 cents per pound. Potash is rated at 4| cents, if sufficient chlorine is present in the fertilizer to combine •with it to make muriate. If there is more Potash present than will combine with the chlorine, then this excess of Potash is reckoned at 5$ cents per pound.
Page 102 - ... in the sugar and fat-free residue no higher percentage of either ash, fiber, or starch than is found in the sugar and fat-free residue of chocolate.

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