Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England

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Royal Agricultural Society of England, 1891
Vols. for 1933- include the societys Farmers' guide to agricultural research.
 

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Aunual Report for 1890 of the Royal Veteriuary College 1Uusrated
140
Further Report of the Education Committee on Technical Education
155
Report of the Consulting and Acting Consulting Chemists
161
Report of the Consulting Entomologist March 3 1891
168
Pink Eye among Horses in 1890 By Prof J Wortley
179
The Quality of Barley
188
The Great Frost of 189091 Illustrated
196
The Price of Wheat in 1890
204
List of Council of Royal Agricultural Society of England i
216
Geographical Distribution of Members and Council v
x
Table showing Number of Governors and Members
xxii
Proceedings of the Council February 4 1891
xxxiv
Principal Additions to the Library during the year 1890
xliv
Report of the Consulting Entomologist March 3 1801 Illustrated 108
xlviii
Methods of Preventing and Checking the Attacks of Insects and Fungi
217
The Survival in Farming
257
The Work of Acidity in CheeseMaking
275
Experiences of the Sjvere Winter of 183091
288
The Canker of the Larch Illustrated
299
Experiences of a Scotsman on the Esi3x Clays
311
SugarBeet Cultivation in Austria Illustrated
325
Rep rt of the Council to the Anniversary General Meeting of Governors
355
Field Experiments at Woburn in 1889 and 1890 302
362
Field Experiments conducted in 1839 and 1890 by Locil Agricultural
379
Reports of the Consulting Entomologist dated May 5 1801
389
Quarterly Report of the Chemical Committee June 1801
398
Report of the Education Committee on the Results of the Senior
407
Harvesting the Seed of Root Crops By W J Malden
419
Some Remarkable Features in the Winter of 189091
425
Some Relations of Biology to Agriculture By V Fream B Sc LL D
431
Recent Agricultural Indentions
437
Report of the Council to the Anniversary General Meeting
lxxvi
icaster Meeting With a Plan
441
Report of the Consulting Entomologist July 28 1891
595
Quarterly Report of the Chemical Committee July 1891
631
The Relations of the Diseases of Animals to those of Man
634
Report of the Education Committee on the Results of the Senior
637
The Agricultural Holdings Act By S B L Druce
640
The Canker of the Larch By Robebt Anderson
643
The Smut of Onions By J W Leather Ph D
647
Harvesting the Seed of Root Crops W J Malden 419 Farmers
650
Statistics affecting British Agricultural Interests
655
Proceedings of the Council April 8 1891 xlix
lxxxv
The Farm Prize Competition of 1891 Illustrated 517
clxiv
The Sources of the Nitrogen of our Leguminous Crops 057
658
DIFFERENCE IN THE EXTERNAL CHARACTER OF LEGUMINOUS ROOT
687
OF WHAT IMPORTANCE TO AGBICULTUBE IS THE NEWLYBECOGNISED
696
The Nitrifying Ferments of the Soil
702
Sale of Corn by Weight
717
Introduction
725
Abortion in Cattle
729
The Future of Agricultural Competition
742
It happens that the agricultural plants belonging to the great
769
Report of the Council to the HalfYearly General Meeting of Governors
805
Quarterly Report of the Chemical Committee December 1891
814
Report of the Education Committee on the Results of the Junior
823
Annual Report for 1891 of the Consulting Chemist
835
Annual Report for 1891 of the Consulting Botanist
845
Annual Report for 1891 of the Consulting Botanist 345
849
Report of the Judges on the Milking Machine exhibited at Doncaster
854
The Sampling of Manures and Feeding Stuns
858
Experiments in the Planting of Potatoes By George Malden 804
870
The Cost of Wheat Growing By James A Caird 172
879
List of Council of Royal Agricultural Society of England 1891 i
clxxxi
Proceedings of the Council November 4 1691 rlxv
clxxxvii

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