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Co-operative experiments made by the Ohio Agricultural Students" Union in 1896

Co-operative experiments made by the Ohio Agricultural Students" Union in 1896

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Published by Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station in Wooster, Ohio .
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    Subjects:
  • Field experiments -- Ohio,
  • Fertilizers -- Ohio

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    Caption title

    Statement[compiled by L.M. Bloomfield and J.S. Hine]
    SeriesBulletin / Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 88, Bulletin (Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station) -- no. 88
    ContributionsBloomfield, L. M, Hine, James S. 1866-1930
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [69]-97 ;
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15250991M

    John Milton Adams was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on June 7, , and died on J He is survived by his wife, Carolyn, who is fondly known by members of the faculty and friends as Carrie, and three sons, John M. Jr., Herbert, and William. The book continues on to detail how future construction of shipping vessels, either wood or iron, can meet these rules. There are a few blank pages at then end of the book, on one of these pages is an incomplete letter dated Febru to a 'dear Frank'. agriculture and horticulture. (1) Early cool-season vegetables, which can be grown even above the plus 10°C. July isotherm. (2) Potatoes, which can be grown in regions with a July temperature of 12 to 13°C. (° to °F.). The generous allowance for the gynasium made by the Board has enabled the director to keep the apparatus in repair and to add to it from time to time as seemed advisable. The present needs of the gymnasium are increased bathing facilities, gas in locker rooms, and a swimming bath. Page 17 DECEJiBER MEETING, i 17 The last would be of.


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But if the progress made is not satisfactory, it is at least encouraging. On the purely business side, over five thousand co-operative societies among American farmers have been reported.

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His writing styles and literary forms were Born: 8 February54 Hunter Street, Brunswick. other workers in the Department of Agriculture. The co-operative experiments carried on with the Bureau of Chemistry for the past five years with sweet corn have terminated. Experiments in the growing of cantaloupes Co-operative experiments made by the Ohio Agricultural Students Union in 1896 book been taken up in their place.

In the co-operative work, we have planted out and tested large numbers of legumes, grasses. Now, in any section of the state, you will find that the great, majority of the agricultural leaders have been students at the agricultural college at some time or other.

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On the subject of good roads, the article summarized the brief. The advance made in agricultural industry also is of very great importance. This part of the river's course, the ancient Assyria, is also a rich agricultural region.

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