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An analysis of the problem of lodging with particular reference to wheat and barley
It has been shown that structural failure in small grain cereals occurs by buckling rather than by loss of anchorage. A theoretical study established the relationship between a lateral force appliedExpand
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Caloric values for young sprouts of nine hardwood species.
Caloric content, specific gravity, and ash content of 6- to 15-year-old sprouts of nine hardwood species were determined in midsummer. Energy values for wood, bark, first order branches, twigs, andExpand
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The effects of soil acidity on the growth of cereals with particular reference to the differential reaction of varieties thereto
SummaryAlthough the cereals wheat and barley are normally regarded as sensitive to the effects of soil acidity, all varieties of these are not equally so. Some of the ways in which varieties reactExpand
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Influence of soil type on certain quality characteristics of potatoes
SummaryA number of varieties were grown on two contrasting types of soil, one a mineral soil derived from limestone, the other a fen peat. The resulting potatoes were compared in the boiled conditionExpand
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High Molybdenum Levels in Herbage on Acid Soils
IT is generally considered that there is a marked correlation between molybdenum uptake by plants and soil reaction. Evans et al.1 and others have shown that a change in reaction from strongly acidExpand
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Varietal Susceptibility of Brassicas to Molybdenum Deficiency
MOLYBDENUM deficiency under Irish conditions has previously been reported to occur in clovers and swede turnips1. During the 1953 season, a severe outbreak of whiptail on cauliflowers occurred on aExpand
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