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Agriculture at the British Association

Nature volume 85, pages 2426 (03 November 1910) | Download Citation



IN drawing up the programme for the Sheffield meeting the organising committee. of the Agricultural Subsection adhered to the lines laid down last year. Certain problertis of current interest and importance were discussed at joint meetings so far as possible, and attention was directed particularly to those aspects of the problems on which men of pure science could throw much needed light. There were, therefore, very few general papers, and such as were read were regarded rather as preliminary accounts of work that must come on later for discussion.

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