Annual Report of the New Jersey State Agricultural Experiment Station and the ... Annual Report of the New Jersey Agricultural College Experiment Station ..., Volume 36
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Page 35 - insecticide" as used in this act shall include any substance or mixture of substances intended to be used for preventing, destroying, repelling, or mitigating any insects which may infest vegetation, man or other animals, or households, or be present in any environment whatsoever. The term "Paris green...
Page xxvi - March 16th, 1906, and the corresponding disbursements $15,000.00 and $15,000.00; for all of which proper vouchers are on file and have been by us examined and found correct, thus leaving balances of...
Page xv - SIR — I have the honor to submit herewith the Thirty-sixth Annual Report of the New Jersey State Agricultural Experiment Station, as required by the law establishing the Station, which was approved March 10, 1880, and which is chapter 106 of the laws of that year.
Page xviii - AN ACT to provide for locating and abolishing mosquito-breeding saltmarsh areas within the State, for assistance in dealing with certain inland breeding places, and appropriating money to carry its provisions into effect.
Page 95 - In localities where sour skimmed milk can be obtained for a fair price, the question has often been raised as to whether or not it is an economical food for the laying flocks.
Page 120 - The poultry husbandman has had the opportunity to attend, during the past year, two important conventions, namely, the annual convention of the American Association of Instructors and Investigators in Poultry Husbandry at Cornell University, and the First Annual Judging and Culling School, at the same institution.
Page 233 - It is recommended that more fields be counted with the higher than with the lower power. The results are calculated on the basis of the area under observation to cubic volume, and then per cc. of solution used. The advantages of using this apparatus for counting protozoa are as follows : (1) It is a direct method thus eliminating many errors attending incubation, etc., and the results can be reported immediately. (2) It is more accurate than any other method in use, because it is a standard instrument...
Page xv - I beg leave to submit, on behalf of the Trustees of Rutgers College in New Jersey, maintaining Rutgers Scientific School...