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The relation of chemistry to the progress of agriculture. H. W. Wiley,

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Rise and future of irrigation in the United States. E. Mead, p. 591.
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Agricultural education in France. C. B. Smith, p. 115.
Commercial plant introduction. . G. Smith, p. 131.
Influence of rve on the price of wheat. E. T. #co. p. 167.
Hot waves: Conditions which produce them and their effect on agri-
culture. A. T. Burrows, p. §3.
Objects and methods of investigation of certain physical properties of
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Practical irrigation. C. T. Johnston, etc., p. 491.
Successful wheat growing in semi-arid districts. M. A. Carleton, p. 529.
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Progress in plant and animal breeding. . M. Hays, p. 217.
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. 233. Îice of environment on the chemical composition of plants.

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