Agriculture at the British Association

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    THE Dublin meeting of the British Association was marked by the resuscitation of the subsection of agriculture, which, after a previous temporary, existence as a dependent of botany and some fitful appearances as a branch of chemistry, now became associated with eponomics. As was appropriate, in. these circumstances. find with Sir Horace Plunkett as president, the work of the subsection was mainly concerned with the economic, or rathw with the sociological, side of agriculture.

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    Agriculture at the British Association . Nature 78, 652–653 (1908) doi:10.1038/078652a0

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