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OFFICE OF FOREIGN SEED AND PLANT INTRODUCTION
DURING THE PERIOD FROM OCTOBER 1
TO DECEMBER 31, 1914.

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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
-£^..5,BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY.

WILLIAM A. TAYLOR, Chit/of Bureau.

INVENTORY

OF

SEEDS AND PLANTS IMPORTED

BY THE

OFFICE OF FOREIGN SEED AND PLANT INTRODUCTION
DURING THE PERIOD FROM OCTOBER 1
TO DECEMBER 31, 1914.

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BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY.

Chief of Bureau, William A. Taylor.
Associate Chief of Bureau, Karl F. Kellerman.
Officer in Charge of Publications, J. E. Rockwell.
Chief Clerk, James E. Jones.

Foreicx Seed And I'lant Introduction.

Scientific Staff.

David Kalrchild Agricultural Explorer in Charge.

P. H. Dorsctt, Plant Introducer, in Charge of Plant Introduction Field Stations.

B. T. Galloway, Plant Pathologist, in Charge of Plant Protection and Plant Propagation.

I'oter Bissot, Plant Introducer, in Charge of Foreign Plant Distribution.

Frank N. Meyer arid Wilson Popenoe, Agricultural Explorers.

H. C. Skeels, S. C. Stuntz, and K. A. Young, Botanical Assistants.

David A. Blsset, Nathan Menderson, and Glen V. Van Eseltlnc. Assistants.

Robert L. Beagles, Superintendent, Plant Introduction Field Station, Chico, Cat.

Edward Simmonds, Superintendent, Plant Introduction Field Station, Miami, Fla.

John M. Rankin, Superintendent, Yarrow Plant Introduction Field Station, Rockville, Md.

J. E. Morrow, Superintendent, Plant Introduction Field Station, Brooksville, Fla.

Edward Goucher, Plant Propagator.

Collaborators: Aaron Aaronsohn, Director, Jewish Agricultural Experiment Station, Haifa, Palestine; Thomas W. Brown, Gizch, Cairo, Egypt; H. M. Curran, Laurel, Md.; M. J. Dorsey, University Farm, St. Paul, Minn.; H. T. Edwards, Ridgewood, N. J.; Dr. Gustav Elsen, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, Cat.; E. C. Green, Servico do Algodio, Bio de Janeiro. Brazil; A. C. Hartless, Beharunpur Botanic Gardens, Scharunpur, India; E. J. Kraus, University of Chicago, Chicago, lit.; Barbour Lathrop, Chicago, III.; Miss Eliza R. Scldmore, Yokohama, Japan; Charles Simpson, Littleriver, Fla.; H. P. Stuekey, Experiment, Oa.; Dr. L. Trabut, Director, Service Botanique, Algiers, Algeria; E. II. Wilson, Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, Mass,

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