Bulletin - Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Issues 155-167

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Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, 1910 - Agriculture

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Page 413 - If to do were as easy as to know what were^ good to do, chapels had been churches, and poor men's cottages princes' palaces. It is a good divine that follows his own instructions: I can easier teach twenty what were good to be done, than be one of the twenty to follow mine own teaching.
Page 442 - Museum; in this, the cooperating institutions are very materially aided by the Bureau of Plant Industry of the United States Department of Agriculture...
Page 3 - Cottonseed Feed is a mixture of cottonseed meal and cottonseed hulls containing less than 36 per cent of protein.
Page 5 - Corn Germ Meal is a product in the manufacture of starch, glucose and other corn products and is the germ layer from which a part of the corn oil has been extracted.
Page 232 - March 1st, plus about 20 per cent. in the case of goods for which we have wholesale quotations. The valuations obtained by the use of the above figures will be found to agree fairly with the reasonable retail price at the large markets of standard raw materials such as : — SULPHATE OF AMMONIA...
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Page 477 - The difference between tartrate and succinate, as well as that between formate and acetate does, however, clearly indicate that, other things being equal, the presence of the methyl or methylene group is coincident with superior nutritive value and fluorescigenic power. 4. The presence of acid in the medium not merely conceals the existence of the substance to which the color is due, but interferes with those vital activities of the bacilli which, in an alkaline solution, lead to the production of...
Page 230 - ... sections have not been fully complied with, shall forfeit fifty dollars for the first offense, and one hundred dollars for each subsequent offense. This section shall not affect parties manufacturing, importing or purchasing fertilizers for their own use and not for sale in this State.
Page 89 - In conclusion, peat fuel may be said to be especially useful for certain purposes for which wood was formerly in general use and for which coal has not yet been altogether successfully introduced, such as brick and other forms of ceramic firing and lime burning. It appears to reach its highest value, however, as a source of producer gas in properly constructed gas producers.
Page 424 - I was equally surprised to find that these white seeds had produced some pods with all blue, some with all white, and many with both blue and white Peas in the same pod.

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