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Scientific agriculture; or, The elements of chemistry, geology, botany and meterology, applied to practical agriculture

By: Rodgers, M. M. (Miles M. )
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Scientific agriculture; or, The elements of chemistry, geology, botany and meteorology, applied to practical agriculture

By: Rodgers, M. M. (Miles M. )
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Elements of Agriculture, Southern and Western

By: Welborn, W. C
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Bulletin : 33-40

By: University of Arizona. Agricultural Experiment Station

...e is suitably situated about 6 miles southeast of Tucson. The departments of agriculture and horticulture and of animal husbandry conduct, operations ... ...prouts that may be cut again in a few years. A. J. McClatchie, Department of Agriculture and Horticulture. IMPROVEMENT OF ARIZONA SOILS. No. 3, Novemb... ...na, where a failure to set fruit is so rare. A. J, McClatchie, Department of Agriculture ani Horticulture. THE DANGER OE INTRODUCING INSECTS ON TREES.... ... notwithstanding its fair name, is probably guilty of greater crimes against agriculture in Arizona than its "black" partner. This is because it is pr... ...is is what the Arizona Experiment Station with the help of the Department of Agriculture is now doing. One small im i portation, sent on to determine ... ...h- out irrigation would be uninviting and uninhabitable. Through irrigation, agriculture in Arizona has prospered until today it is the greatest and m... ...ies combined. When we consider the great value of available water to Arizona agriculture we can read- ily see the necessity of giving the closest atte... ... for irrigation. The Division of Forestry of the United States Department of Agriculture will, during the present year, make a careful inves- tigation... .... Tenney, H. W. Fenner, Auditors. 155 Eleventh Annual Report. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE. The past year has been devoted largely to a...

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The year-book of agriculture : or The annual of agricultural progress and discovery for 1855 and 1856. Exhibiting the most important discoveries and improvements in agricultural mechanics, agricultural chemistry, agricultural and horticultural botany, agr

By: Wells, David Ames, 1828-1898
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Elementary Agricultural Chemistry : A Handbook for Junior Agricultural

By: Herbert Ingle

...CHEMICAL INDUSTRY; LATB COlEI' CDBMIIT TO TU. TaANSVAAL DE"'~\RTliENT 01' AGRICULTURE, I'OaHBRLY LECTunER ON AGRICULTURAL OBEIlISTRY AT TnE LEEDI U... ...stry with the somewhat technical information concerning the chemistry of agriculture, must be in many ways a failure, and the anthor would strongly... ...mistry and of the properties of the elements and etma­ pounds important in agriculture . . While fully realising that a satisfactory knowledge of ag... ...re characteristic properties of those elements which are of importance in agriculture. According to present views, all matter (by which is meant ev... ...ore giving a brief description of the elements which are of importance in agriculture it may be advisable to explain the meaning of some of the comm... ...e valuable combined nitrogen ·is thus wasted 80 far as its utilisation in agriculture is concerned. Sulphur is found both free and combined in natur... ...apour of the potassium. . Pota.ssium compounds are of great importance in agriculture and essential constituents of all fertile soils. They appear t... ...e foll!>wing minerals are ex­ eeedingly abundant" and are of importance in agriculture : Quartz is chemically the oxide of silicon, BiO,. It has bee... ...nisms, under the Dame of "Nitro-bac­ terine," is destined to revolutionise agriculture, but it shoultl be remembered t4at the most that can be expect...

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New elementary agriculture for rural and graded schools; an elementary text book dealing with the plants, insects, birds, weather, and animals of the farm

By: Bessey, Charles Edwin, 1845-1915; Swezey, Goodwin DeLoss, joint author; Bruner, Lawrence, joint author

...^^4^tl—^ Book______ri5_^ Cojpghf]^^ COPYRIGHT DEPOSIT. NEW ELEMENTARY AGRICULTURE FOR RURAL AND GRADED SCHOOLS AN ELEMENTARY TEXT BOOK DEALING WI... ...science, and literature might be correlated profitably with instruction in agriculture and nature study. A school garden with the actual work intellig... ...iety, and in all public. viii INTRODUCTORY gatherings, so the teaching of agriculture and nature study will affect and improve every farm and garden ... ...may be thus enhanced and the exodus to the city diminished. Instruction in agriculture, properly presented, will increase interest in school life and ... ...nt of Public Instruction. Lincoln, Nebraska, August i, 1903. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Superintendent W. K. Fowler, Lincoln, Nebras... ... your propo- sition to have a book written along the lines of elemen- tary agriculture for the use of the schools of Nebraska is well timed. It will m... ...eason our food, but they cannot feed us. All our food, I 2 NEW ELEMENTARY AGRICULTURE everything that can really nourish us, comes from plant life. E... ...nshine, while its roots as Fig. 2. The corn germinat- ing. NEW ELEMENTARY AGRICULTURE (TJ Fig. 3. . The bean split to show plantlet. rapidly push dow... ...mp of hard coal is mostly carbon; there is, also, plenty 6 NEW ELEMENTARY AGRICULTURE of carbon in the atmosphere, existing in a gaseous form, combin...

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A treatise on practical and chemical agriculture, compiled, principally, from the scientific Works of Sir H. Davy, when concurring with the experience derived from a long and extensive practice; with a dissertation on the cultivation of the soil, upon an

By: Russell, Joseph, 1760-1846
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Tidsskrift for planteavl

By: Denmark. Statens Planteavlsudvalg; Statens Planteavlsforsøg (Denmark)
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Useful Plants. Plants Adapted for the Food of Man Described and Illustrated

By: Useful Plants
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Notas acerca del cultivo en camellones ; agricultura de los indigenas de Cuba y Haiti

By: Reynoso, Alvaro, 1829-1888
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Bulletin of the U. S. Department of Agriculture : No. 151-175

By: United States. Department of Agriculture

....S. DEPARTMENT U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. Department Bulletins Nos. 151-175, WITH CONTENTS AND INDEX. ... ... : 24 Durability of wood pipe and factors affecting it 33 3 4 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, BULS. 151-175. Tage. Department Bulletin No. 156. — Wireworm... ...n of damaged corn Foreign material 8 Cracked corn ° Color 9 6 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, BULS. 151-175. Page. Department Bulletin No. 169. — Injury b... ...huric. Agaricaceae, key to genera Agaricus spp., description, and occurrence Agriculture, Secretary, authority for establishing grades of corn Agriote... ...agement, etc price 61217°—16 2 Bulletin. 156 19-20 175 175 10 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, BULS. 151-175. Ash—Continued . growth habits white — plantin... ...5 11 18 54 11,12 1-11 17 17 2 1-20 12-13 13-15 3 17-18 174 12 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, BULS. 151-175. Bulletin. Ceratitis capitata. Set Fruit fly, ... ...3-24 23-24 11 19,24 8 4-6 14 14 4 53 19-20 19-20 2-12 53 5 14 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, BULS. 151-175. Bulletin. Date, Chinese, growing in San Anton... ...53 153 153 153 153 174 174 153 160 160 158 158 158 159 158 16 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, BULS. 151-175. Bulletin. Field mushroom, description, occurr... ... Bulletin. ] 52 161 Page. 1-43 161 161 161 161 173 162 156 18 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, BULS. 151-175. Bulletin. Page. Great Basin, wheat growing, t...

...GeoRef; Each no. prepared by various agencies of the Dept. of Agriculture; Index: No. 1-1500 (1913-1929). l v. (Includes index to later title); Shelved with: Department bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture); in some places; Numbers not issued in chronological sequence...

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Report on the Introduction and Distribution of Seeds and Plants by the Bureau of Agriculture

By: Lyon, William Scrugham, 1852

... ON THE INTRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF SEEDS AND PLANTS BY THE BUREAU OF AGRICULTURE BY WIULIAM 8. IN CHARGE OF DIVISION OF SEED AND PLANT INTRODUCT... ...STRATIONS. Facing page PLATE I. General view of trial grounds of Bureau of Agriculture in Malate__ 18 II. Trial plots at experiment station of Bureau ... ...iculture in Malate__ 18 II. Trial plots at experiment station of Bureau of Agriculture in Ma- late Eggplants and lettuce in the foreground 18 III. Veg... ...atoes, okra, pease, beans Grown on the experiment station of the Bureau of Agriculture at Batangas 18 3 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. MANILA, May 1, 1903. S... ...r help to solve one of the most vexing and vital questions of Philip- pine agriculture. FRUIT-BEARING PLANTS. Some importations of tropical and subtro... ... the kindness of Prof. D. G. Fairchild, of the United States Department of Agriculture, the Bureau secured seeds of selected strains of the best Sumat...

Subject: Agriculture and state

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Scientific Agriculture; Or, The Elements of Chemistry, Geology, Botany and Meterology, Applied to Practical Agriculture

By: Rodgers, M. M. (Miles M.)

...ccessionsAfo.LftT Cfes M). ?lrsr*$s foftJTIESITT] SCIENTIFIC AGRICULTURE, OR THE ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY, GEOLOGY, BOTANY AND METEOROLOG... ...HE ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY, GEOLOGY, BOTANY AND METEOROLOGY, . ; o t PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE BY M. M. RODGERS, M. D., AUTHOR OF "AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY," ... ...ay, that he may apply them himself, than he will to have a perfect system of agriculture made up of them all, with- out systematic arrangement. Anothe... ...in the book which do not appear to have any direct connection with practical agriculture; but a little observation shows that the science* discussed a... ... AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY, BOUSSINGAULT'S RURAL ECONOMY, THAER'S PRINCIPLES OF AGRICULTURE, PETZHOLDT'S LECTURES ON AGRICULTURE, COLMAN'S EUROPEAN AGRIC... ...lection* and arrangement of the topics discussed. M.. M. E. INTRODUCTION. AGRICULTURE is doubtless one of the oldest, most honorable and important ... ...subsist on its spontaneous food, and part must die of starvation. The art of agriculture has been known and successfully practiced by some of the orie... ...have a good practical knowledge of soils, and have, by industry and skill in agriculture, sustained a population of an almost incredible number: and, ... ...ed when the application of science is the only means of any great success in agriculture ; and those who reject this light must be content to plod the...

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Rothamsted Experimental Station; Reminiscences, Tales, And Anecdotes of the Laboratories, Staff and Experimental Fields, 1872-1922

By: Grey, Edwin
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Agricultural Chemical Analysis, Founded Upon Leitfaden für die Agricultur-Chemische Analyse

By: Frankland, Percy Faraday, 1858-1946

...ore described more exhaustively the examination of substances connected with agriculture ; whilst, to avoid much increasing the size of the volume, I ... ...e the source of most important manures, which are very exten- sively used in agriculture. These manures, besides potassic chloride and potassic sulpha... ...cessible to the chemist. But since the analysis of waters in connection with agriculture can generally be accom- plished satisfactorily without such a...

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Agricultural Qualitative and Quantitative Chemical Analysis

By: Caldwell, George Chapman, 1834-1907

...nd in soils, plants, animals, fertilizers, or other materials or products of agriculture ; and, moreover, in order to reduce the size, and consequentl... ...ral chemistry is made a specialty. G. C. C. Cornell University, College of ) Agriculture, August, 1869. f TABLE OF CONTENTS. CHAPTER L—TIte Reagents.... ...to find in any substance under examination, that is used in, or produced by, agriculture, and whether or not he must needs work with special care, or ... ...ut of the way. Prof Johnson {Be- port to the Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture, 0)1Commercial Manures, April, 1869) gives the follo\ving val... ...Z. Edited by CHARLES L. FLINT, Secretary of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture. OOnSTTEisTTTS. CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION.—InsectsDefined—Brain... ...ie diemical Compsitioii, Strnctnre, M Life of the Plant, FOR ALL STUDENTS OF AGRICULTURE. WITHNUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONSAND TABLES OP ANALYSES. BT SAMfJEL... ...—Sumach- Teasel—Mustard — Hops —Castor Beau, Chapter XH.-Aids and Objects of Agriculture — Rotation of Crops, and their Effects—Weeds—Restora- tion of... ...the dignity to which it is entitled in the vari- ous departments of American agriculture." From the little examination we have been able to give it, w... ... Foot Mohr on the Grape Vine 1 My Vineyard at Lakeview 1 Norton's Scientific Agriculture Onion Culture...., OurFarm ofFour Acres, pa.oOc, clo. Pardee ...

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Chemistry Made Easy, For the Use of Farmers

By: Topham, John

...- in^ in what manner a knowledge of Chemistry is useful to the business of agriculture, wherein its terms are explained, so as to be compre- hended by... ...s not from his fold-yard and dwelling-house only, that things important to agriculture are permitted to run to waste, but in the morning, 36 CHEMISTR... ...orn. Since the resources of chemistry have been applied to the purposes of agriculture, attention has been directed to various manures, besides those ... ...o elucidate the bearing of chemical science, as applied to the purposes of agriculture,) " one of those pursuits, which, whilst in their sublime specu... ...OULD respectfully call attention to his Assortment of Works Appertaining U Agriculture. Rural and Dome>tic Economy, a few of which are enumerated, wit... ...ble Kingdom, or Hand Book of Plants. . I.2"> fleattin's Essays on Southern Agriculture. . . . J .00 Woods' Class Book of Botany, . 1.50 Partridge's Th... ... Prac- tice of A^riculfiiC . . .1;; 1.50 .38 1.00 1.60 Rodgers' Scientific Agriculture, $ .71 Boussingault's Rural Economy, 1.50 Boussingault's Organi... ...y Instruction in Chemical Analysis, . . 1.W Chaptal's Chemistry Applied to Agriculture, S6 Liebig's Agriculture Chemistry, ,25 Liobig's Animal Chemist... ...lements of Agricul- ture. 96 Gray's >'lements of Scientific and 1'ractical Agriculture, .50 Robbin's Complete Produce Reckoner, showing the Value, by ...

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Dairy Chemistry; A Practical Handbook for Dairy Chemists and Others Having Control of Dairies

By: Richmond, Henry Droop

...S FROM ANALYSIS. Limits and Standards of Milk. The President of the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries has laid down, after enquiry had been made by a... ... be in the same state as yielded by the cows, even if far below the Board of Agriculture limits ; while two other Judges were of the opinion that the ... ...ld be substituted for 3. Standards for Butter. The President of the Board of Agriculture has laid down that any butter which contains more than 16 per...

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The Farmer's Calendar : Containing the Business Necessary to Be Performed on Various Kinds of Farms during Every Month of the Year

By: Young, Arthur, 1741-1820

...VBIMG EVERYMONTH OF THE TEAR. BY ARTHUR YOUNG, ESQ. F. R. S. SECRETARY TO THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE, Honorary Member of the Societies of Dublin, Bath, ... ...ical Society of Zurich; theAme- fican Society of Maivu-hn etts the Palatine Academy of Agriculture at Manheim; the Imperial Economical Society establi... ...urgh ; the Royal and Electoral Economical Society of Celle; Mem- ber of the Society of Agriculture for the Department of the Seine, France ; and Corre... ...ts of the Correspondence pub- lished during the last eighteen years in the An- nals of Agriculture, I have been called uponfor a New Edition of this C... ...n January or February, there re- mains three or four months for that food. * Annals cf Agriculture, vol. xxviii. p. 10/. JANUARY. Jj If the dairy con... ...b. ; trefoil, lOlb. but a mixture may be better. In a Prize Essay sent to the Board of Agriculture, the following remark deserves attention : This is ... ... spent with bhecp where they grow. These are cir- cumstances of the greatest n.uiit in agriculture, es- pecially to those who have them in possession.... ... ,of these^ opinions is that to which I subscribe. To trust to reasoning in matters of agriculture, is a most dangerous reliance. I shall leave others... ... moles into the atmosphere. HOPS. This is the season to plant hop-cuttings, a branch f agriculture which, iftreatedmuch in detail, would fill JQ2 MAR...

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