Agriculture and the War


    AT the halfyearly meeting of the Agricultural Education Association, just held in London, a discussion was held upon “Agricultural Products Deflected by the War.” The chairman of the association, Prof. Somerville (Oxford University), presided, and there was present a large gathering of members, including Sir Patrick Wright (Board of Agriculture for Scotland), Mr. J. F. Blackshaw (Board of Agriculture), Prof. Barker (Bristol University), Prots. Seton and Crowther (Leeds University), Prof. Gilchrist (Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne), Dr. Goodwin (Midland Agricultural College), Drs. Russell and Hutchinson (Rothamsted), Prof. Hendrick (Aberdeen University), Prof. Bryner Jones (Aberstwyth), the hon. secretary, Mr. P. Hedworth Foulkes (Harper Adams Agricultural College), and others.

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    Agriculture and the War . Nature 94, 491–492 (1914).

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