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Image 209 of Annual report. 1894

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

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Lv 2 · `;“” ' mmcx. 155 1 1 4 1 Report of Division of Horticulture . . ........... . ..... . XLVI V ‘ ._ Meteorology Q .......... ’ ......... XLYII i Root-louse of the bean . ......................... xxi: i if ·"'v· Samples, how to take .......................... 63, 94 l ,;;_.jf '_,` Sclieriii us, W. H. ........................ . .... XI _ Sehistocera Americana. .......................... 11 distribution in Kentucky ...... . . ....... 14 injuries ....................... 16 1 life-history ....... · .............. 15 sceveii, M. A. . . ............................ v, so sneiby, Mass A. M. .................. - ........... v Short, C. VV. ............................... xvxr Small fruits. .................... . .......... 37 U . . . » L' Soil, how to determine its needs. ...................... 58 supply of plant food, importance of. .................. 57 Soils, analyses of ............ .............. xiv, xv availability of plant food in. .... ‘ .................. xr ‘ Sorghunyanalyses of the juice .... . ........... . ..... xii, Xlll SP1‘¤>‘i¤g apparatus for tobacco . . . . .................. 131 — for eodling moth . .~ . . , .................. 117, 119 ' mixture, preparation of ...................... 138 nozzles to be used for tobacco . . ..... . . ..... . . . . 135 Spurr, R. A. ................................ v a i ; Spurr, Dr. 1%. J. ............................. y, yr > _ Stilz, Geo., ............ ` .................... xy; Stover, analysis of asli of. . . . .vr` ............... . ..... NYI Superpliospliatcs .... . . . .` .............. 4, 73-80, 98, 107-116 " Sweet co1·n ..... ' ..... ' ...................... 42 Tables, explanations in regard to , . ..... . . . ............ 106 Terrill, J. S. ........ . .. ..... ~ ................ x ’ Time to spray tobacco ........................... 137 Tobacco, apparatus for spraying ...................... 131 " arsenic left on sprayed ...................... 129 ` bud-worm of , .... V. . · · . . . . i ............ 5, 23 nozzles to be used in spraying ................... 135 quantity of Paris green required for spraying . ....... . . . . 138 time to spray, .1 ......................... 137 ll? . · use of arsenitcsf on .............. . . ...... 117. 125 Tobacco-stems, analysis of . . ............... . ....... XVII Q ';;"":fi;,:__ » use of tqiprevent injury from root-licc .......... xxv, xxyr Tobacco-worms, efl`ect*of arsenites on .................... 128 Z;'r;`·_€2{i}.t Tomatoes. ................................ 49 HQ V. °- Tycliea pliaseoli . ..........................,. XXII Use of arscnites on tobacco. ........... . .......... 117, 12-3 bisulphide of carbon on low-growing plants. ........ . . . 117, 144 1 . , liydrocyanie acid gas on low-growing plants ........... 117, 144 r 1 Values of ingredients of fertilizers. ......... . . . . . . . . . 2,70, 96 I Q if K , _