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600 > Image 600 of Annual report. 1921

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

it i i -; ..~ l , : l . 1 INDEX iii ._ l . Page f Removal of Mineral PlantFood by Natural Drainage \Vaters, , LBulletin 237 on ......_,..._._....l.....,__,,,______,,______,_________________________________ 331 ; 1 Ridgell, R. H., and others, Bulletin 238 by ..,._,____,_____________._,_.___l_____ 363 1 Roberts, George and >E. J. Kinney, Bulletin 232 by _________ Z ____,_______ 23 i Shedd, O, Bulletin 236 by _______,,_,,____,_______________________________________ 303 Silage, Conlparison of Corn and SOl`glllll11 for Fattening Steers, Bulletin 233 on ....................__.__....._._.__,,___.____.,______________ 59 Soi1s, Calcium Content in Vigin and Cultivateq _______,__________,_____ 303 Solidago, Relation to Cylllene robiniae ...,....__..._....__.___,,,,,,_,_,._____ 1 Solidago, Synopsis of Kentucky Species ........,._...,...,.._._........,.__ 8 _ SOl`g'lllllll Silage and Clorn Silage, COlllDEillSOll of for Fattell- 1 telling iSteers, Bulletin 233 on ...,.......l.................................... 59 Soybeans: Bulletin 232 on ,...__....__._._ . _.,,,,_,____________,_._,__,____________________________,____ 23 1 Charactei of ithe Plants ...,,.,..l.__._..,.,_..._____._. , .,,,....____.....,......,.. 30 ` Conlparison with Cowpeas ..........,...,.l.......,..___,__....,..,,....,........... 25 Contents of Bulletin 232 on .........,............................................ 58 Cultivation .,......,..................._,......,._,.t.......................................,.... 47 Culture of ..................o................................. . ................................. 41 Description of Varieties ................................................l........... 36 Farm Yields .,.........,,........._...................,......,.................l.............. 37 1- Growing lvith Corn ...,...,....................................,......................... 53 iHarvesting .......,.......,..............,....................................................... 48 He} Yields ...........................................,....,................................... 38 Hay Production ..............l...........,................................................... 55 l-noculation .........,.................................................... . ...................-- 41 Machines, Combined Harvester and Tlll`SllGl' .......,....,......... 52 _ Methods of Harvesting ...........................................r............. -- . 49 {Methods of Planting ................................................-.....~.- 42 lMixtuie With Other Crops for Hay ....,......................------- - 55 Plepala`tion of Seed Bed ...................................................... 41 , Rate of Seeding ..........................................................-.--.----- - 44 1 Rotation ...........................................,......................... . ....-------------- 39 Q Rows and Solid Drilling ................................... . .......r.~--------- - 44 .' iSeed, Care of .................,.......................................---.--- ---------- 55 Straw, Uses of .................................................-------------Y---- -- 53 Threshing Soybeans ............................................ - ~-.--~~--------~v- 51 Tiine of Planting ............................................--- ---------r--------- 46 use im- Silage ....................................,...r......r.....................-~--- -- 56 Utility of .............................l..........l............4ee.-.ee-.e~ - ----------- 25 i vaiieties .........l..................................................-------- f -------e- 28 Yields of Hay From ..... . ......................---- - ----------------------- 38 \ Yields of Varieties .........................----- Y ---------~----- 36 1