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Volume 16 Issue 7, July 1924



    • Milton Whitney
      1. The Future of the Soil Survey in our National Agricultural Policy
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070001x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:409-412
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    • A. R. Whitson
      2. Difficulties in Utilizing the Work of the Soil Survey
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070002x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:413-416
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    • Thos. D. Rice
      3. The Relation of the Soil Survey to the Settlement of Unused Lands
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070003x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:416-421
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    • Hugh H. Bennett
      4. The Relation of the Soil Survey to the Utilization of Southern Soils
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070004x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:421-428
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    • M. M. McCool
      5. The Value of the Soil Survey as a Basis for Soil Studies and Soil Use: A. In Studies of Soil Properties
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070005x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:429-432
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    • E. E. DeTurk
      5. The Value of the Soil Survey as a Basis for Soil Studies and Soil Use: B. In Experimental Work in Soil Management and Uses
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070006x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:433-437
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    • Firman E. Bear
      5. The Value of the Soil Survey as a Basis for Soil Studies and Soil Use: C. In the Teaching of Soils in College
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070007x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:437-439
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    • W. L. Burlison
      6 A. The Utilization of the Soil Survey in Crop Experimental Work
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070008x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:440-444
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    • C. A. Mooers
      6 B. Utilization of the Soil Survey in Crop Experimental Work
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070009x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:444-447
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    • C. B. Williams
      How the Soil Survey is Proving Most Valuable to North Carolina
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070010x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:447-451
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    • M. Francis Morgan
      Land Cover Studies as a Basis for a More Accurate Interpretation of the Soil Survey
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070011x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:452-458
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    • R. W. Thatcher, L. R. Streeter and R. C. Collison
      Factors Which Influence the Nicotine Content of Tobacco Grown for Use as an Insecticide
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070012x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:459-466
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    • C. O. Johnston and C. W. Bower
      A Method of Detecting Mixtures in Kanred Wheat Seed
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070013x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:467-470
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    • J. F. Cox
      The Production of Field Crops: By T. B. Hutcheson and T. K. Wolfe. McGraw-Hill Agricultural and Biological Publications, edited by C. V. Piper. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New York. Rp.XV + 499. Fig. 145. 1923. $3.50
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070014x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:471-471
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    • Notes and News
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070015x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:471-472
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    • To Study Plant Life in Eastern Africa
      doi:10.2134/agronj1924.00021962001600070016x
      Agronomy Journal 1924 16:472-472
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