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Frank, F. 1932: Manurial trials on root crops and meadows in Upper Styria. Ernahr. Pfl 28: 358-61
Wagner, F. 1931: Manurial trials on small fruits. Arbeiten der Deutscken Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft. 79-111
Elsocht, P.; Hoed, F. 1939: Manurial trials organised for 1938 by the Research Circle for the Improvement of Belgian Hops.. Ann. Agron 9: 607-625
Wagner, F. 1931: Manurial trials with Vicar of Winkfield pears. Arbeiten der Deutschen Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft. 1-78
Hoblyn, T.N. 1941: Manurial trials with apple trees at East Mailing, 1920-39. Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 18(4): 325-343
Elle, T. 1945: Manurial trials with barley with the addition of boron and manganese. Meld. Stat Forsksgard Moistad, 40-47
Brune, F. 1941: Manurial trials with calcareous marl and with blast-furnace slag on a high-moor soil.. Bodenk. PflErnahr 23: 360-363
Blackburn, F.H.B. 1945: Manurial trials with food crops. Barbados Dept. Sci. Agric. Bull, 4: 13
Meier, K. 1938: Manurial trials with fruit trees. 1st report. Observations on the effect of lime on the Ontario apple worked on E.M. IX stock and growing in a light, acid soil. Landw. Jb. Schweiz. 312-38
Truninger, E. 1938: Manurial trials with liquid manure and farmyard manure.. Landw. Jahrb. Schweiz. 52: 367-407
Aznarez, M. 1939: Manurial trials with lucerne. Arch, fitotec. Uruguay 3: 143-63; 163
Scharrer, K.; Schropp, W. 1933: Manurial trials with obolus sandstone. Landw. Versuchsstat 117: 227-44
Candioli, P. 1939: Manurial trials with peach.. Concimi Concimaz 4: 73-78
Saint, S.J. 1937: Manurial trials with sour grass (Andropogon pertusus). Agric. J. Barbados, 6: 1
Saint, S.J. 1938: Manurial trials with sugar cane. Barbados Agric. J 7: 1-12
Johnston, B. 1940: Manurial trials with sugar cane. The effect of different times of application on the yield of cane and per cent sucrose in juice. Barbados agric. J 9: 1-12
Lundblad, K. 1938: Manurial trials with superphosphate, basic slag and bone meal at Svartokarr. Svenska MosskForen. Tidskr 52: 377-91
Vinet, E. 1941: Manurial trials with vines. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 27: 904-15
Garola, J. 1939: Manurial value of beet tops.. C.R. Acad. Agric 25: 1083-1088
Scott, R.C. 1942: Manurial value of cocoa bean refuse. J. Dept. Agric. S. Aust, 45: 388
Sen, P.C.; Basu, K.L. 1942: Manurial value of filter-press cake. Proc 9th Ann. Conv. Sug. Tech. Assoc. India 1: 261-269
Mitra, A.K. 1940: Manurial value of molasses. Proc. Ninth Ann. Conv. Sug. Tech. Assoc. India, Pt. 1, 279-292
Acharya, C.N. 1945: Manurial value of town compost. Indian Farming 6(9): 410-411
Hanley, F. 1938: Manuring. J. Minist. Agric 45: 700-4
Anonymous 1940: Manuring (of rubber). R.R.I. Planters' Bull 9: 1-2
Haines, W.B.; Crowther, E.M. 1940: Manuring Hevea. III. Results on young buddings in British Malaya. Emp. J. Expt. Agric 8: 169-184
Laird, R. 1945: Manuring a lime-deficient soil. Scot. J. Agric 25: 98-103
Reh, L. 1916: Manuring and Insect Infestation. Zeitschr. f. angew. Entomologie. Berlin 3: 127-133
Hanley, F. 1938: Manuring and crop disease. J. Min. Agric 45: 907-912
Weigert, J. 1934: Manuring and inoculation of Ornithopus sativus. Prakt. Bl. Pflanzenb 12: 19-25
Hamilton, R.A.; Pillay, K.S. 1938: Manuring and inoculation of leguminous covers. India-Rubber J 96: 633-635
Remy, T. 1939: Manuring and the course of nutrient absorption by plants.. Ernahr. Pfl 35: 129-132
Lundblad, K. 1943: Manuring and the ley stand.. Svenska Vali- o. MosskForen. Kvartalsskr 5: 101-105
Yuvonskaya, S. 1932: Manuring as a method of treating pastures. Za Korm. Bazu, 4, 37-8
Becker, J. 1938: Manuring by soil injection. Ernahr. Pfl 34: 252-4
Rege, R.D.; Sannabhadti, S.K. 1942: Manuring cane for high quality of juice. Indian Sug 5: 238-240
Kosmodem'iansky, M.P.; Noll, I.F. 1939: Manuring cereals on chestnut solonets soils.. Sotsial. Zern. Khoz, 4, 36-44
Benton, R.J. 1939: Manuring citrus trees. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 50: 377-8
Wallace, T.; Secrett, F.A.; Bewley, W.F. 1942: Manuring commercial vegetable crops. Growmore Bull. Minist. Agric., Lond, 6: 10
Meier, K. 1940: Manuring experiments with fruit trees. Note 6. On potash-deficiency symptoms and the effect of potash manuring on potash-deficient soil. Annu. agric. Suisse 54(9): 944-974
Hanley, F. 1939: Manuring for potatoes. J. Min. Agric 45: 1101-1106
Hanley, F. 1939: Manuring for sugar beet. J. Min. Agric 45: 1202-1207
Mann, H.; H. ].; Barnes, T.W. 1945: Manuring for the production of sugar-beet seed. J. Min. Agric 52: 400-404
Jouis, E. 1943: Manuring fruit trees. Ann. agron. Paris 13: 14-6
Frankena, H.J. 1938: Manuring grassland with farmyard manure. Report on experiments regarding the time of application of fresh manure.. Versl. RijkslandbProefsta. Groningen. 44: 299-311
Thelen. 1935: Manuring high moor grassland. Mitt. Landw 50: 357-8
Gericke, S. 1942: Manuring home-grown fodder plants with phosphoric acid. Phosphorsaure 1: 81-114
Gonzales Tafur, O.B. 1945: Manuring in Arequipa. Agronomia La Molina 10: 61-64
Karlsson, K.G. 1945: Manuring in permanent nurseries.. Skogen 32: 131-2
Lemoigne. 1940: Manuring late-sown wheat.. C.R. Acad. Agric 26: 346-349
Boning, K. 1936: Manuring methods for the control of Radish blackening. Praia. Bl Pflanzenb 13: 9-10, 252-260
Sutoh, H. 1938: Manuring of Juncus effusus, L., var. decipiens, Buch. I. Manurial value of nitrogen compounds. J. Agric. Chem. Soc. Japan 14: 1103-1112
Cabella, D. 1937: Manuring of citrus in Italy.. Ann. Agrar. Portici. 8: 191-205
Milad, Y. 1936: Manuring of citrus trees. Leafl. hort. Sect. Egypt, 48: 4
Anon 1940: Manuring of citrus trees. Ind. Fmg. 1: 558-9
Barbier, G.; Marcel. 1938: Manuring of cress beds.. C.R. Acad. Agric 24: 193-200
Menzel, K.C.; Tobler, F.; Ulbricht, H. 1938: Manuring of flax : comparison of anatomy of stems and practical value of the fibre. Faser-forsch 13: 28-37
Ladygin, I.Ya. 1938: Manuring of forage crops.. Khim. Sotsial. Zemled, 3, 94-98
Meier, K. 1941: Manuring of fruit trees. Schweiz. Zischr. Obst-u. Weinb 50: 111-125
Kobel, F.; Bryner, W. 1945: Manuring of fruit trees. Schweiz. Ztschr. Obst- u. Weinb 54: 272-276, 287-294
Jouis, E. 1942: Manuring of fruit trees by means of soil injection.. Ann. Agron 12: 421-440
Kirichenko, A. 1936: Manuring of geraniums.. Essential Oil Crops, Moscow-Leningrad, 7-12
Bittera, N.Von. 1937: Manuring of grassland in arid regions.. Rept. Fourth Int. Grassland Cong, 303-309
Larsson, C. 1941: Manuring of hay leys. Svensk Frotidn 10: 47-50
Sundelin, G. 1935: Manuring of hay leys on sandy soil. Landtm. Svenskt Land 19: 149-50
Todaro, F. 1937: Manuring of hemp.. Concimi Concimaz 2: 145-148
Moyse, W.J. 1942: Manuring of market-garden crops. Economizing in artificials. Fruit-Grower 93: 247-248
Deegener, H. 1937: Manuring of medicinal, perfumery and spice plants.. Ernahr. Pfl 33(7): 386-387
Swictochowski, B. 1938: Manuring of moor soils in the early years of their utilization.. Trans. Int. Soc. Soil Sci. Comm, Zurich., 6B: 378-387
Rabotnov, T.A. 1940: Manuring of mountain meadows. Vest. Seljskohoz. Nauk. Kor-modobyvanie, 3, 24-41
Bornebusch, C.H. 1941: Manuring of nurseries.. Dansk Skovforen. Tidsskr 29(2): 49-55
Giobel, G. 1935: Manuring of pasture leys. Svensk Frotidn 4: 13-5
Borg, J. 1934: Manuring of pastures. Svenskt Land 18: 55-6
Lush, R.H. 1937: Manuring of pastures. Proc 11th World's Dairy Cong, Berlin 1: 409-410
Konrads, P. 1933: Manuring of pastures by mineral and organic nitrogenous fertilizers. Lauks. Menesraksts, 9, 417-68
Wetzel, A. 1942: Manuring of raspberries. Dtsch. Obstb, 57: 50
John, J.L. 1933: Manuring of red clover for seed production. Welsh J. Agric 9: 132-5
Jong, W.H.De. 1939: Manuring of rubber in Malang and Kediri.. Bergcultures 13: 527-534
Cooper, H.R. 1939: Manuring of tea in war time. Indian Tea Assoc Tocklai Exp Sta Memo 10: 1-22
Kirichenko, A. 1936: Manuring of the Kazanlyk rose.. Trudy VIEMP 5: 86-96
Schupan, W. 1940: Manuring of vegetables. Farmyard manure alone or farmyard manure plus artificials?. Forschungsdienst 9: 323-32
Becker, J.; Wetzel, A. 1941: Manuring of vineyards in the light of recent experimental results. Wein u. Rebe. 23: 1-17
Marcel, M.; Barbier, G. 1939: Manuring of watercress beds.. C.R. Acad. Agric 25: 841-847
Salgado, M.L.M. 1940: Manuring of young palms. Ceylon Coconut Res. Scheme Leafl, 8: 5
Kharlamov, V.P. 1941: Manuring of young pome fruit orchards.. Doklady Vsesojuznoj Akademii Sel'skochozjajstvennych Nauk Imeni V. I. Lenina (10): 17-20
Cole, C.E. 1940: Manuring peach trees for profit. J. Dep. Agric. Vict 38: 420-3; 430
Vogel, F.; Biermann, C.; Schneble, K.; Diez, E. 1940: Manuring pot plants with water soluble fertilizers. Gartenbauwiss 14: 491-560
Anonymous 1940: Manuring programme for replanted and mature rubber trees. Rubber Res. Inst. Malaya Circ, 1: 3
Eden, T. 1943: Manuring programmes with rationed manures. Tea Quart 16: 16
Evans, G. 1933: Manuring red clover for seed. Welsh J. Agric 9: 135-41
Anandan, V.K.; Srinivasan, V. 1943: Manuring successive crops of rice with ammonium sulphate and superphosphate. Madras Agric Jour 31(8): 219-222
Kharlamoff, V.P. 1940: Manuring the fruiting apple tree. Doklady Vsesoiuznoi Akademii S Kh Nauk Proceedings Lenin Acad Agric Science Moscow 14: 18-21
Read, E.M. 1933: Manuring the orchard. J. Dept. Agr. Victoria. Australia 31: 377-80
Philips, D. 1941: Manuring the yam hill. Jour Jamaica Agric Soc 45: 187
Velican, V.G. 1941: Manuring trials with maize in Campia Turzii, during 1937-9. Anal. Inst. Cerc, agron, Roman 13: 99-107
Crowther, E.M. 1942: Manuring under a fertilizer rationing scheme. J. Roy. Agric. Soc. England. 103: 150-160
Whelan, L.A. 1940: Manuring under war conditions. Rubber Res. Scheme (Ceylon) Quart. Circ 17: 267-271
Barbier, G.; Marcel, M. 1938: Manuring water cress beds. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 24: 193-200
Escherich, K. 1924: Manuring with Forest Litter and Infestation by Wireworms. Forstw. Zentralblatt, Berlin 46: 645-648
Anonymous 1942: Manuring with phosphoric acid and root nodules in Glycine hispida. Wien. landw. Ztg, 92: 28
Heimendahl, A.Von. 1933: Manuring with the help of a motor sprayer. Obst-u. Gemusebau. 79: 22-3
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Rust, H.J. 1933: Many Bark Beetles destroyed by predacious Mite. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 26(3): 733-734
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Anonymous 1942: Many creosoted posts used in fencing government property. Wood Pres. News. 20: 79-81
Kartamysev, V. 1940: Many rowed barley. Jarovizacija, 6: 6 (33), 109-10
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Anonymous 1926: Maple leaf scorch. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. Circ, 196: 2
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