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Rothamsted Report for 1932...

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Rothamsted Report for 1932-1
Rothamsted Experimental Station Report for 19321
Rothamsted Laboratories , Erected 1914-19162
Rothamsted Experimental Station; Woburn Experimental Farm; Imperial Bureau of Soil Staff List6
Publications of Rothamsted Experimental Station12
Introduction - General Account of Rothamsted16
Rothamsted Report for the Year 193219
Improvements at the Farm19
Field Experiments21
Sugar Beet 22
Potatoes 25
Fodder Crops26
Inoculation of Legumes28
Six Course Rotational Experiment30
Cereals Under Mechanical Conditions31
Valuation of Farmyard Manure32
Effect of Leys or Fallow Before Wheat33
Composition of the Barley Crop40
Physical Properties of the Soil42
Chemical Properties of the Soil43
Biological Decomposition of Organic Matter44
Plant Pathology45
Purification of Effluents45
Virus Diseases46
Insect Pests47
Survey of Insect Pests at Rothamsted and Woburn50
Survey of Fungus Diseases at Rothamsted and Woburn52
Rothamsted Farm Report55
Meteorological Observations64
Summaries of Papers Published in 1932 - I. Scientific Papers 67
Crops, Plant Growth, Plant Products and Action of Manures67
Statistical Methods and Results73
The Soil78
The Plant in Disease : Control of Disease87
Summaries of Papers Published in 1932 II. Technical and Other Papers 91
Crops, Soils and Fertilisers91
Woburn Experimental Farm 94
Woburn Experimental Farm Report 1932 94
Report by Mr H. G. Miller100
Dates of Operations , and Yields103
Rothamsted Experimental Plots, 1932 107
Yeilds of Experimental Plots108
Date of Operations, and Yields108
The Classical Experiments115
Continuous Rotation Experiments127
Other Experiments at Rothamsted136
Other Experiments at Woburn163
Experiments at Outside Centres169
Lawes Agricultural Trust; Trustees and Committee; the Incorporated Society for Extending the Rothamsted Experiments227

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