THE Royal Agricultural Society of England has recently issued its Journal for 1934, vol. 95. As last year, “The Farmer's Guide to Agricultural Research“has been incorporated with the annual publication, so that it may be available to every member of the Society. At the same time a number of copies are being bound separately for distribution to the Press and to centres of agricultural education and research. This valuable survey of recent scientific work haa been carried out on the same lines as in previous years and the authors responsible for the various-sections, namely, crops and plant breeding, diseases of animals, farm implements and machinery, farm economics, dairy farming and dairy work, the feeding of livestock, and soils and fertilisers, are the same as in 1932. The work dealt with is not limited to research conducted in the British Isles, but includes references to results achieved in any part of the world from which light may be thrown on the problems of British agriculture. A few copies of previous issues (1925â 32) are still available.