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    i ·   ` ments are under observation to study the growth, quality and liardj. DWG
  _ Vi W- Q1 ness of different grasses. _I’ro>f. Garnian has also undertaken ex. S
 J . I perinients in tobacco; in cliecltingf potato scab by treatment of the the <
    , [. g seed; on apple rot and codling moth: on rbroom rape and with pap.
_; r.·4   .·     l asitic fungus in des·troying· ehinch bugs. He has also undertakeii
Ab`` T   l ‘ .   the destruction of the weed. woolly mullein, which had gotten some-
  " _,   what of a foothold in Grayson and Ednronson counties of this State.
  .'   l The horticultural work. under Prot. Mathews, has been limited
ni" [ up   to experiments chiefly on small fruits. grapes. strawberries andzi
  i' p _.   few vegetables. ,]
?;_t_`·i l. .,   More detailed staitenienrs ot the work may be found under the mm
Ai';. ; it reports of the various divisions. which are incorporaited in this gpm
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ty I ,_ ‘ g Q \Ye have publi-slied during the year 5 bulletins, as follows: Qui
    _, Y No. 61. Potatoes. _
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Q4._,J T .· 1. Experiments with Fertilizers. pub
· ,·- _· - _ 2. Insects and Fungus Pests.
  ·   p _ 3. Tests of Varieties.
T No. 62. Strawberries.
    ‘· i No. G3. 'l`oh~acco..
    . ° No. 64. l Analyses of Cominercial Fertilizers. W
  . No. G5. -\nalyse·s of C`onrme·r¤;ial Fertilizers. In C
§. ` 1. `Ollicial Analyses. Mn]
  2. Analyses of other samples. mw
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_ _` s published during the year are llll'Ol']1(li’Hlj<.’(l. dm.
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