Annual Report of the New Jersey State Agricultural Experiment Station and the ... Annual Report of the New Jersey Agricultural College Experiment Station ..., Volume 19

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1899
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Page xix - June 30, 1898 ; that we have found the same well kept, and classified as above, and that the receipts for the year from the treasurer of the United States are shown to have been...
Page 26 - Any person selling, offering or exposing for sale, any commercial fertilizer without the statement required by the first section of this act, or with a label stating that said fertilizer contains a larger percentage of any one or more of the constituents mentioned in said section than is contained therein, or...
Page 371 - An act to prevent the introduction into and the spread of injurious insects in New Jersey, to provide a method for compelling their destruction, to create the office of State Entomologist, to authorize inspection of nurseries, and to provide for certificates of inspection," approved April fourteenth, one thousand nine hundred and three.
Page xiii - I beg leave to submit, on behalf of the Trustees of Rutgers College in New Jersey maintaining Rutgers Scientific School, the New Jersey State College for the benefit of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, the...
Page 448 - It is strange that 1 have not noticed any of their work on this side of the river ; while on the south side for a mile up and down, they are ruining the crops of berries. * * :: A gentleman...
Page 196 - The time of ripening of premature fruit varies within wide limits; sometimes it precedes the normal ripening by only a few days, and at other times by several weeks. The red spots occur in the flesh as well as on the skin, making the peach more highly colored than is natural. The taste of the fruit is generally inferior and often insipid, mawkish, or bitter.
Page 49 - ... acid in any form or combination ; the portion of phosphoric acid soluble in distilled water ; that portion soluble in a neutral solution of citrate of ammonia at a temperature not exceeding one hundred degrees Fahrenheit ; and that portion of phosphoric acid not soluble in either of the...
Page 223 - The facts brought out by this study strongly emphasize the correctness of the claim that but little profit is derived from a cow that does not produce 5,000 pounds of milk per year, particularly if the milk is sold at the low price of 1 cent per pound...
Page 26 - Fahrenheit ; and that portion of phosphoric acid not soluble in either of the above-named fluids, shall each be determined separately ; and the material from which the phosphoric acid is obtained shall also be stated ; a legible statement of such analysis shall accompany all packages or lots of over one hundred pounds sold, offered or exposed for sale.
Page xix - And we further certify that the expenditures have been solely for the purpose set forth in the act of Congress approved March 2, 1887.

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