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Journal of Pomology and Horticultural Science

Nature volume 141, page 1051 (11 June 1938) | Download Citation



IN view of the increasing number of contributions to the Journal of Pomology and Horticultural Science received from overseas, it is felt that the scope of the journal, hitherto the official organ of the Long Ashton and East Mailing Research Stations, should be extended to provide a medium for the publication of the results of horticultural research of wider interest. The editors have accordingly obtained the services of the following as associate editors: M. B. Davis, Central Experiment Farm, Ottawa, Canada ; Dr. C. Barnard, Division of Plant Industry, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Canberra City, F.C.T., Australia ; L. W. Tiller, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Wellington C.I, New Zealand ; Prof. E. E. Cheesman, Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture, Trinidad. Intending contributors overseas are asked to submit their papers in the first instance to the associate editor in their respective countries.

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