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209 > Image 209 of Annual report. 1894

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

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>ig 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 co1n ..... ' ..... ' ...................... 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 , _