Bibliography of Soil Science, Fertilizers and General Agronomy, 1931–1934

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IN 1929–1930, eight Imperial agricultural bureaux were set up to act as clearing houses of information on different aspects of agricultural research and practice for the use of research and advisory officers in theColonies and Dominions. One of their functions has been to issue abstracts of all the important papers and reports published in every country that bear on their respective subjects. The book under review is an index of all the papers abstracted by the Imperial Bureau of Soil Science, one of these eight bureaux, during the four years it has been issuing abstracts. It covers all the agricultural aspects of the work done in soil science, and in soil and crop management, but is only concerned with plant breeding, plant diseases or animal husbandry in so far as they depend on the soil or its management.

Bibliography of Soil Science, Fertilizers and General Agronomy, 1931–1934

Pp. xxxi + 473. (Harpenden: Imperial Bureau of Soil Science, 1935.) 25s. net.

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