Agricultural and Horticultural Research


NO better evidence can be adduced of the growing interest in agricultural education and research in this country than the support which has been given to them by the county councils of Surrey and Kent during the last few years. They have materially promoted the science of agriculture and horticulture by furnishing the necessary means for the annual publication of such valuable reports as the one which has recently been issued from the South-eastern Agricultural College at Wye, Kent.

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N., R. Agricultural and Horticultural Research . Nature 77, 345–346 (1908).

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