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A E G I L O P S OVATA (20) 200,204,209,

(28) 271- 273,2 !76, 2180-281,287-288

A E C I L O P S SHARONENSIS ,(28) 270

A E C I L O P S SP. ,(26) 323.325

A E G I L O P S SPELTOIDES ( 2 8 ) 269-270,277

A E C I L 0 P S SOUABROSA (28) 271,273,280,304

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(28) 270,276,278,28

AEGI LOPS U M B E L U W A

(28) 2 7 0

A E G I L O P S VARLABILIS

(20) 201, (28) 270,277

A E G I L O P S VEITRICOSA

1-A- U

A E R A T I O N ,1161

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S O I L ,(14) 347-348, (18) 57-106

AEROBACILLES PACERANS ,(13) 200

AEROBACILLUS POLYHYXA

(13) 200

AESCHYNOHENE VIRGINICA

( 7 ) 284, (14) 85

fiAPOSTEHCN SP.

(12) 8 1

AGOSERIS AURANTICA

(17) 243

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTHENT ADHINISTRATION

13) 271.277

AGRICULTURAL COLLABORATION I N COLOMBIA

(6) 11611 1 7

I N MEXICO

(6) 103-115

INTERNATIONAL

(6) 95-1 19

PERSONNEL TRAINING

(6) 100-lr)3,112-113

P R I N C I P L E S ,(6) 95-103

ROCKEFELLER PROGRAH ,( 6 ) 103-117

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING CONCEPTS , ( 5 ) 1 8 6 - 1 8 8

FUTURE TRENDS

I S \ 190-216

AGRICULTURAL TRENDS,IN THE OLD COTTON BELT

(9) 1-29

FACTORS INPLUENCING ( 9 ) 10-17

AGRICULTURAL YEATHER STATION

(16) 2-7

AGRICULTURE I N ENGLAND A N D VALES

(3) 165-196

ACRE YIELDS

(3) 1R2

l r N I W L PRODUCTION ,(3) 170-174

BACKGROUND

(3) 165-167

ZROP PRODUCTION

(3) 168-170

EDUCATION

(3) 174- 176

PADM BUILDINGS

(3) 194-195

LAND USE

(3) 179-183

LIVESTOCK NUHBERS

(3) 183

HECHANIZATION

(3) 168-169,180

POLICY ,(3) 186-188

RECENT DEVELOPNENTS

( 3 ) 189-192

TECHNICAL ADVANCES

(3) 192-194

UARTINE PRODUCTION

(3) 176-179

AGRICULTURE I N TEE NETHERLANDS,

ADVISORY SERVICES

( 1 1) 367-368

EDUCATIONAL F A C I L I T I E S

( 1 1) 367-368

AGRIOTES ,(30) 234

AGR3BACTERIUH

(1) 273

AGEOBACTREGB TUNEPACIENS

(29) 66-69.72

AERQQXZA OBTYSA (26) 38

AGE3HOHYI

APPLICATION OF S T A T I S T I C S TO

(9) 177-203

ANALYSIS OF CAUSALITY

(9) 183

& U E L N ! CILZZA2QB (4) 191, ( 5 ) 363,366, (6) 2, (8156, (11) 5 0 , (22)

342, (26) 2 8 4

&!!IEXBQU

PABXSTAGnYafl (17) 240-241

~ 374,397, (12) 49, (22) 335,302,352-353

AggQEXEQH ~ ~ p ~ Q (8)&47,J (10)

AERQEXPE HLQUATVI (6) 30, (8) 5 6 , (10) 392, (23) 30

AERQEXaoa XXEBllH # (10) 397

AEEQEXXIQH Z H Z B U Z U U ,(6)30, ( 8 ) 4 7 , 1 5 0 , ( 1 0 ) 3 7 4 , ( 1 2 ) 4 9 ,

(1’3221

BERoeXRol

I ( 13) 9 5

(15) 181, (1R) 276, (22) 388-389,

M Q E X p N R E P E G (8) 140, (12)68,110,390,

(24) 334, (25) 106-107

AGROPYRON BJPARIU4

(10) 400

46EPm!w4 SzaEkEcOJl (10) 3 9 7

AGEOPYROA

,(4) 191. ( 6 ) 8 , ( 1 0 ) 3 7 5 , ( 1 2 ) 5 6 , 1 1 3 ,

(17)241,(24)206

PGROPYRON SP.

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--------A G R O P Y R O N SPICATUll ,( 1 7 ) 241

-------_A G R O P Y R O N TRACHYCAU&Iij , (5) 363, ( 6 ) 30, (8) 47,56,1UO.

A G------R O P P R O N TRICHOPHONI

-,( 6 1 3 0 , (10) 374,397



(10) 394, (17) 242



,( 1 5 ) 2 5

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AGRJSTEHflA G I T H A G O



AGRPSrIS ,( 4 ) 5



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i 8 i , 2 ~ 0 , 2 u u , 2 ~ 7 ,(51363. (a) 136,

(10) 358-359, ( 1 2 ) 138, ( 1 8 ) 276

& Q S g i S Ein&eg , ( 8 ) 1 3 6 , 1 4 0 , ( 1 8 ) 2 6 4

AEa3_SXIS G I G A N T E A ( 8 ) 136,140

AGROSTIS HUHILIS

( 1 7 ) 243

AGRJSTIS PALUSTHIS ,( a ) 55, 136,138, ( i s ) 262,264

AGR3STIS ScAflE4 ,( 17) 2 4 3

AGLc_RQSTIsSP. (12) 59, ( 3 ) a 7

&RJSTLS S r O L A N I F E R A ,(8) 136,138,140, ( 1 8 ) 264

AGR03XLS TENOIS , ( 4 ) 1 8 4 , ( 5 ) 3 6 3 , ( 8 ) 5 6 , 1 3 6 , 1 4 0 , ( 1 2 ) 6 3 , 1 0 1 , ( 1 6 ) 2 6 ,

(18)262,(19)89

AGROSTOLOGP

( 4 ) 17

AHIQEAQ ,(25) 302-303

ALRI_QE!!I (29) 277

A I R POLLUTANT OXIDANTS

( 2 7 ) 89-121

A I R POLLUTANTS,PLANT RESPONSE

( 2 3 ) 111-145

M R B E L ~ Q S A ( 1 3 ) 12

A K A G A N E I T E ,( 3 3 ) 17

A L A N I N E , (8) 3 4 6

ALAR ,(22) 221

ALBEDOMETER , ( 2 6 ) 269

A L B I T E ,(3) 121, ( 1 5 ) 351.364-365

&CALIGENES BADIOBACTER

( 1 3 ) 200

ALDER , ( 1 9 ) 3 3 3

A L D R I N ,(11) 309-310, ( 1 4 ) 90-91, ( 2 3 ) 168,186,344

ALFALFA ,( 2 ) 106,336,353,359,36U,368,370-371,

(3) 27,54-56,58,60,63,

71,73,77,80,118,120,125,128,147,279,265,2~4,(~)8,

7 7 , 8 8 , 9 0- 9 1,93,95,109,18 1,183-1 86,189.19 1 194,

196-198,200,205,208,212-213,215,25U,257,286,

( 6 ) 34,

84,217,224,226,232,245-246,263,272,275,277,

280-28 1,289,29 1,296, ( 7 ) 6 0-6 1 , 7 2 , 2 10,215,287-288

,( 8 ) 2 1 , 2 6 , 3 2 , 4 3 - 4 4 , 4 7 , 4 9 , 1 3 0 , 1 5 0 , 1 5 6 , 1 6 4 ,

184,

198-199,285,293-294,

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48.50-5 1.58-59.66.109.

21 2.2 15,226, ( 1 4 ) 230-232,237,2UU,256,311,313,330,

348. ( 1 5 ) 46,164,187,193.3 17-338, ( 1 6 ) 31.47.161,

(18) 8 1 ,

164,229, ( 1 7 ) 170,172,175,178.2C7.237,

1 1 0 - 1 1 1 , 1 1 4 , ( 1 9 ) 20,138, ( 2 0 ) 2 4 8 , ( 2 1 ) 1 5 6 , ( 2 2 ) 126,132,

lU2.336.C2318.22.30.321.329.1211

116.168-193.334



NUTRITIVE V A L U E - , (2i)7,45-u6

BACTERIAL WILT OF ,(1) 232-235

BLACK STEl ,( 1 ) 235-237

B R E E D I N G METHODS

( 1 ) 225-232

CATERPILLAR ON

(12) 91

CERTIFIED SEED ,(12) 49

CONSUHPTIVE USE OF WATER

( 6 ) 73,76-77

C R E E P I N G ,( 1 5 ) 317-338

CREEPING-ROOT B R E E D I N G , (15) 327-330

CROSS POLLINATION

(1) 208-215

DESICCATION

( 9 ) 88

DIGESTIBILITY

( 2 ) 276

DISEASE OF

( 1 2 ) 96.99, 101-102

EFFECT OF FERTILIZER O N LONGEVITY

(9)208

E N V I R O A N E N T A N D GROWTH

(29) 183-227

FERTILIZATION

(12) 60-62

FERTILIZER EEQOIREMENl'S ( 1 0 ) 44.122



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G E N E T I C S OF CREEPING-ROOT ,( 1 5 ) 3 3 1 - 3 3 3

GRASS HIXTURES ,(3) 107

CRDUTH ON Z I N C - D E F I C I E N T S O I L S ,(9) 5 6

N A Y , CAROTENE CONTERT

(3)96

F I B E R CONTENT

(3)96

HINERAL CONTENT

(3) 9 6

PROTEIN CONTENT ,(3) 9 3

HYBRID VIGOR

(1)227-229

I N CANADA ,( 5 ) 359,364

I N S E C T S ,( 1 2 ) 8 9 - 9 3

I N J U R I O U S ,( 1 ) 2 1 9 - 2 2 5

HEADOYS

(3)93-112

CUTTING RECOHHENDATIONS ,(3) 1 0 7 - 1 0 8

CUTTING S I S T E R S ,( 3 ) 9 4 - 1 0 2

FALL C U T T I N G S OF ,( 3 ) 9 8 - 1 0 0

HANAGEHENT O F

(3)93-112

UEED CONTROL I N ,( 3 ) 1 0 9 - 1 1 0

HOSAIC D I S E A S E ,( 1 7 ) 215

N U T R I T I V E VALUE , ( 2 1 ) 7 , 4 5 - 4 6

O S H O T I C PRYSSORES O F S A P ,(1) 7

PERF3RHANCE OF SPREADING

(15) 333-335

PHYSIOLOGY OF SPREADING ,( 1 5 ) 3 2 5 - 3 3 0

PLANT BUG ,(12) 92,388

POLLINATION

(12)73-7b.84

PREVENTION OF Z I N C D E F I C I E N C Y I N F R U I T T R E E S BY

1 9 ) 56

ROOTS, FOOD RESERVES , ( 3 ) 9 7 - 9 8 , 1 0 0 - 1 0 1

S g E 1&!3Q LUCERNE

S E E D CHALCID , ( 2 4 ) 192

S E E D HARVESTING

(12) 7 0

S E E D I N G I N CORN F I E L D S

(10) 464-465

S E E D PRODUCTION , ( 1 2 ) 4 3 - 4 G

S E E D I N G RATE , ( 1 2 ) 5 7 - 5 8

S E E D S E T T I N G ,( 1 ) 2 3 6 - 2 2 5

S E L F POLLINATION ,(1) 2 0 8 - 2 0 9

S I B E P I A N ,( 1 2 ) 7 6

SOUTHUEST ,( 1 2 ) 219-220.222-223

SULF'JR REQUIREHENT ,( 1 0 ) 4 1 0 - 4 11,Ul 4 - 4 15,U28

S Y N T H E T I C V A R I E T I E S ,( 1 ) 2 2 9

P I H E S OF CUTTING , ( 3 ) 1 0 2 - 1 0 3

POWNSVILLE LUCERNE ,( 2 2 ) 6

PRIPPING

(11207-208,210-217

BY R A I N ,( 1 ) 210

BY I N S E C T S , (1) 2 1 2 - 2 1 7

ROLE OF BEES I N , (1) 2 1 2 - 2 1 7

TYPES OF HCOT SYSTEHS ,( 1 5 ) 3 1 9 - 3 2 4

U S E I N CONSERVATION

( 1 0 ) 368-369.374,377,386,3R8-3es.395,3~5,399

VARIETAL HAINTENANCE ,( 1 2 ) 5 3

WATER REQUIREH?NT , ( 6 ) 6 9

W E E D CCNTROL ( 1 2 ) 67-69

UEEVIL

( 1 2 ) 90-91, (24) 1 9 1

WINTER HARDINESS ,( 8 ) 2 0 U - 2 ~ 6 , 2 1 1 - 2 1 2 , 2 l U , 2 1 7 - 2 1 9 , 2 2 1 - 2 2 U ,

226-228.230-232.234

Z I N C D E F I C I E N C Y I N , ( 9 ) 32,38

A L F I S O L ,(15) 388. ( 2 0 ) 28, ( 2 1 ) 2 4 5 , ( 2 6 ) 2 4 3 , 1.27) 1 7 8

ALGAE , ( 1 3 ) 169, ( 1 4 ) 8 8 , ( 2 3 ) 2 1 5

BLUE-GREEN , ( 2 9 ) 9

A L G I N I C ACID ,( 7 ) 2 1 , 2 6 , 3 2

GRAIIINEUB ,( 15) 207

ALKALI BEE ,

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ALKALI S O I L S ,( 6 ) 218-219, ( 1 1) 49-50,390-391

INPLUZNCE ON PLANT GROWTH ,(1) 1 9 - 2 0

ALKALI TOLERANCE,PHYSIOLOGICAL B A S I S , ( 1 ) 9 - 1 0

ALKALINE UATER RETENTION C A P A C I T Y ,( 1 7 ) 9 9

ALKRLIZATION ,(1) 5, ( 1 6 ) 1 4 7 - 1 4 9



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ALLELOPATHY

(26)191-193,201-202.204

ALLIGATOR YEED

(7)279

A L L I U H ,(24) 158,237

A L L I U N CANADENSE

(15)164.200



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----I N E A L E ,(15) 164,200

---ALLOLOBOPHORA C A L I C I N O S A ,(13)250-252, 256.263

----ALLOLOBOPHORA

----- C H L O R g L A ,(13) 253

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ALLOPHANE



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(13)479, (12)8-9, 12.16. ( 14) 29, (15)343-344,349,384-3 36.

389. I161 339-340.3U6.3' 10- 35 1 3 53,355,359-362

246,248-251, (30)20,



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,( 2 6 ) 226-227



. f16)329.335-338



NATURE AND OCCURRENCE



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P H Y S I C A L P R O P E R T I E S . (29)229-264

ALLUVIAL S O I L ,(2)194, (3)16,46,63,76,324,



261-262.264-265.269.

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ALLUVION ,(20) 12

ALLYL B R O h I D E

( 3 ) 247

ALN3ND ,(11)218, (16)157,161, (17)311,313-315.321-323

ALMOND MOTH (1u)au



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RRUNDINACEUS

(10) 395

ALOPEC[JRUS P R A T E N S I S

( 2 ) 359. ( 4 ) 240, (51363. (8)56, (10)395

A L P I N E AREAS. COLORADO

117)240-248

ALPINE

(17)24:

A L P I N E flEADOY S O I L ,(17)255,257-259

A L P I N E T U R F S O I L , (17)255,2S7,259,263,275-276,278

A L S I K E CLOVER ,(2)353,359, (3) 120,123,(4) 181,194, (61276, (7)60,63,71,



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18)52.294.

- . .1101. 370.381.1121

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NOSAIC ,(17) 2 i 5

ALTR F E S C U E ,(2)218-219, (3)280



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B L I C R I A L ~ H E R U PHIL~YSRIOPES ,(71 279

ALTERNARIA ,(13) 188,(16)117

ALTERNARIA B L I G H T ,(10)278

ALTERNABZA CARTHAIII ,(10)317



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ALUYINA ,(14)8-1 0,27,29,3 1,39,45.4 9-50.55-56

A L U H I N O S I L I C A T E ,(16)344.363-364.372

ALUIINUN ,(14)3,7,275,287,400, (15)130,376, (161339-340.



34 3,346-3 47,353,372- 375, (19) 1 1 0,112,13 2,156,

178-179,332-333, (20) 141-1U2,245,340, 342,345-346,

349-350, (21)258, ( 2 4 ) 55.76. (251298-300.305

,(27)318-319.346, ( 2 8 ) 98, (29)205-206



C3IIPOUNDS.

ROLE I N PHOSPHORUS F I X A T I O N ,(9)97-99,110

3 X I D E S . NATURE AND OCCURRENCE I N S O I L ,(161331-333

O R I G I N OF I N S O I L ,(16)368-369

PHOSPHATE ,(1 1) 284-286

PLANT T O X I C I T Y

(10)503-595

ALYCECLOVER ,(12)61,87,112-113

A L Y S I C A R P n S V A G I N A L I S ,(12)61,87,112

ANAPANTHACEAE ,(16)203

AIIAHANTHUS H A Y ,(16)220

AflAHANTHUS RETROFLEXUS ,(15)187, (19)8Y

AMARANTHUS s g I N 0 S U . S

(15)192

ANARANTHUS

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ANARYLLIS BELLADCNNA ,(28)132

ANBERLITE R E S I N ,( 3 ) 146

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AUERICAN BEACH GRASS

1101 360.UOO

AMERICAN ELU

(12) 158. . .

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AMERICAN PEA STREAK

(17) 215

AUIBEN ,(14) 388, (17) 171,(23) 150,205

AMZZIT4 HYX4EIB , (12) 169

AHINO A C I D S , ( 8 ) 3 ' 4 6 , ( 1 1 ) 3 8 2 , ( 1 7 ) 3 3 3 , 3 3 5

I N SOIL

(7) 350,35U, ( 2 7 ) 5 1 - 5 3

UPTAKE BY PLANTS

(7) 353-354

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3-AHINOTRIAZOLE ,(22) 100



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8 1,224-225.234.

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(20) 33 1-332,

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(7j376

(2)42,116-117,

(7) 359, (10) 77-78,103,131,(11)

250-252.311

ANHYDROUS

(10) 333,33R

RESIDOAL EFFECT

ANHYDROUS, S E E ALSQ ANHYDROUS AUHONIA

S O R P T I O N BY S O I L S ,(101 338.340-381

AQUA ,(8)62,67,76,

(11)252.

AVAILABILITY

(7) 354-356

CYANATE, S O I L

(27)41,49

E F F E C T S ON PLANT GROWTH

(10) 344-3'45

ON PLANT NUTRIENTS

(10) 3U2-343

ON S O I L STRUCTURE

(10) 343-34U

FIXATION

(4) 87, (10) 330-335,339-340

L I G N I N REACTIONS

I l O l 331-335

METERING D E V I C E S

i l l ) 186

NITRATE

(27) 192, (30) 1 8 2

NONBIOLOGICAL OXIDATION

(10) 335-336

OXIDATION

(7) 301

REACTIONS Y I T H ORGANIC NATTER I N S O I L ,( 1 0 ) 330-335,339-340

U I T H S O I L C O N S T I T U E N T S (10) 327-337

S O I L PLACEHENT

(10) 340-341

S O E P T I O N , U E C H A B I S H S OF

(10) 326-327

SYNTHESIS

1111 2UU-248

VOLATILIZATION. ,(27) 44

ANNONIATED SUPERPHOSPAATE

(1) 5 1

AINONIATION

(17) 60-6 1

( 7 ) 30 1-332,305,3

16,321-322,3U3-3$5,366,40

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AHHONIUI

(1U) 275,278, (18) 223-227,229,232-233,2U0,2U3-250,

(19) 225-232.

237

CHLORIDE

(1'4) 80

CYANATE, S O I L

(27)41,49

FIXATION

( 3 ) 151-153, ( 8 ) 70

N I T R A T E ,(8) 62-63,67-68.79,81-82,8U-85,87-89,92-98,

100-106,108,290,328,332.

(11)25U-256,311.373,

378-379,390.

(l4)81,255,27U,(16)78,

(17) 16-19,23,(27)

192

(28) 95,99,106,

(30) 182

AS F E R T I L I Z E R

(1)51

NITROGEN

( 1 U ) 73.80

PHOSPHATE

(8)290, (11) 278-279,311,

(16)68,71,73,75,78

(17) 39,U3-45,63.67

PHOSPHATE-SULFATE

(14) 8 1

POLYPHOSPHATE

(16) 9U

POLYSULFIDE

(17) 7 3

SOLFLUATE

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0,99-100,106-10~,



187,328,331-332,357

( 14) 7 9 - 82,281-282,284-285,

300,334-335,

( 1 5 ) 5 3 , ( 1 7 ) 16-19.25,

(28) 9 7

T O X I C I T Y ,(6) 2 5 8

AHH3NIUH-4,6-DINITRO-O-SPC-BUTYLPHENBTE

,( 7 ) 2 5 5

AHHOPHILA ARENARIA

(lS)UOO, ( 2 9 ) 1 3

AHHOPHILA B R E V I L I G U L A T A

( 1 0 ) 360,400

AHOPHOROPHORA R U B 1

(24) 2 3 1

AHOHPHOUS H A T E R I A L S I N S O I L

(16) 327-383

D E T E C T I O N AND E S T I M A T I O N ,(16) 3 3 8 - 3 6 4

NATURE AND OCCURRENCE

(16) 328-338

O R I G I N OF ,(16) 3 6 4 - 3 7 ?

P H Y S I C A L AND CHEMICAL PROPERTY R E L A T I C N S A I F S

(16) 372-375

AMPUIBOLES

(51261, ( 1 5 ) 3 4 1

AHYLASE

( 2 7 ) 66-67,74-75,157

SOIL

( 2 7 ) 30-31

AHYLOPECTIN ,( 2 0 ) 276,303

AHYLOSE ,( 2 0 ) 276,303

ANABAENA ,(8) 164.169

ANANAS COHOSUS ,(24) 1 5 8

ANASA T R I S T I S

(24) 237

ANATASE ,( 1 5 ) 3 5 1

ANCYLOSTOHIA STERCOREA

(26) 38

AND3SOL ,( 2 6 ) 248, ( 2 9 ) 2 3 0

ANDRENIDS

(12)78

ANDROPOGON ANNULATUS

(6) 3 1

ANDROPOGON C A U C A S I C U S

(6) 27, ( 1 0 ) 380

ANDtlOPOGON FURCATUS , (2) 162,168,171,

(4) 190

ANDROPOGON CAYANUS ,( 2 9 ) 7

ANDROPOGON G E R A R D 1 1

(61230, (101 380, ( 1 2 ) 56

ANDROPOGON H A L L 1 ,( 1 0 ) 379

ANDHOPOGON ISCHAEHUH ,(6) 2.31, ( 1 0 ) 381,383,399

ANDROPOGON NODOSUS

(81 134. f l O I 3 8 5 - 3 8 6

A N D R O P O G O N S C O P A R I U S ’ , ( ~ ) i j u , (‘10) 385

ANDROPOGON SORGHOM

( 2 2 ) 3R8

ANDROPOGON S P .

(10) 377, ( 1 2 ) 55, ( 2 9 ) 7 - 8

ANDEOPOGON V I B G I N I C U S , ( 4 ) 19U

ANG3UBOIS G R A I N IOTA ,( 1 4 ) 8 4

ANHYDROUS AHHONIA

(1) 52.56-59.

( 5 ) 211, ( 7 ) 3 5 9

APPLICATION

(8) 110-11‘4

BEHAVIOR I N S O I L , ( 8 ) 7 0 - 7 9

BLEEDING L O S S E S ,(8) 114-118

Z R O P R E S P O N S E S ,( 8 ) 7 9 - 1 10

DISTRIBUTION

( 8 ) 1 1 8 - 1 19

EARLY E X P E R I H E A T S ,(8) 6 7 - 6 9

E Q U I P H E N T ,(8) 1 1 0 - 1 1 9

I N I R R I G A T I O N UATER ( 8 ) 6 7 , 1 0 6 - 1 0 7

HANUPACTURE

(8) 6 3 - 6 7

N I T R I F I C A T I O N ,(8) 75-79

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

(8) 6 9 - 7 0

PLACEHENT ,( 8 ) 1 0 9 - 1 1 0

PRODUCTION C O S T S

(8)67

S O I L PHOSPHORUS R E L E A S E

(8) 7 3

STORAGE

(8) 110-114

S Y N T A E S I S ,( 8 1 6 5 - 6 7

TONNAGE USED ,( 8 ) 6 2 - 6 3

ANION ABSORPTION

(20) 3 4 1

ADSORPTION, S O I L

(30) 1 - 5 0

EXCHANGE

(1)402-404,(15) 130

AMORPADUS CLAY ,( 2 6 ) 2 4 2 - 2 4 7

SORPTION

(12) 2 7 - 2 9 .

A N I D N S , I N T E R D I P P U S I O N ,( 2 0 ) 9 2 - 1 1 0

0-ANISIDINE

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ANORTHITE

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ANORTHOCLASE

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AaHERIGONA

VAR. SOCCATA

(24) 216

4mA_mZqg (12) 84

ANTHOCYANIN

(8) 1 4 7

hYEYPLPU2 EE&U€S (2l34-36, ( 2 4 ) 219, (301 141,151

MTAQPHQEA I (12) 84

MEHQ~AKTHLM

(41 240, (151 7 7

ANTHRACNOSE ,(5) 131, (8) 212, (12) 382-384.392.408,

(26)53,88

ANTIBIOTICS

(7)408

S O I L ENZYMES

(27) 69-71

ANTIHOUY ,124) 270.275.297.308.1271

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&lT&RRHzlii flhngn-, (28) 135

ANTITRANSPIRANTS

(16) 39,U1, (28) 199-201

ANTONINA G R A I I I N I S

(24) 207

A N U R A P W BAKER1

(12) 9 1

APAl'ITE

(1) 392,400. (19) 1 5 2

AEULQilXCES CQCHLLQZDES c (7198,112

AEIIBIEKi!QLoES QFiIZAE * (14) 88

APHID(S)

(12) 91, (13) 1 0 U , 2 1 9 , 2 2 5 , 2 2 7 - 2 3 1 , 2 3 6 - 2 3 8 , 2 ~ 3 ,

(16) 106,125-126,

BEHIS CRACCIVORA (17) 220, (26) 2 1

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GRAVEOLENS

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APLOPAPPUS S P . ,(12) 207

APONI X I S J (3) 20 8.2 18,238

APPLE ,( 3 ) 5'4.56-57.79,

(11) U 6 , 5 3 , 5 8 , 6 0 - 6 1 , 2 2 1 , 3 ~ 6 , 3 7 2 ,

(13) 187,333,

346,(15)R6,191-192,

(17) 283-291, (231321, ( 214) 1 5 8

NEASLES

(171290

ZINC DEFICIENCY I N

( 9 ) 32.55

A P R I C O T , ( 1 6 ) 2 5 7 , (17) 297,310-312

Z I N C DEFICIENCY I N

(9) 32,35

PREVENTION O F

(9150

AQUA A n n O N I A (8) 62,67,76

SEE &SQ AENONIA, AQUA

&eLL&G_&A ELEGANTULA ,(17) 242

AQUODS

(17) 253

AQIJOLLS. ,.( 17) 246,251,253,260-261.264.266.269.278

A R A B I D O P S I S THALIANA ,(16) 30,316, (28) 1 3 7

1261 9

6;ABkATA

(26) 16,20

H A G E N B E C K I I ,(26) 2 0

00, ( 3 0 ) 1 2 5

HIPQGEU

(12)87, (24) 16, (26)6,10-13,15-16,80,97,1

iO_BzCQLA (26) 16

REPElS (26) 20

VILLOSA

(26) 16,23

ARASAN

(141, 392

MGCOSTAPHYLOS

(18) 1 8 9

ARCTOSTAPHTLOS PUNCENS ( 1 2 ) 2 0 8

ARECANLIT

( 2 7 ) 132

AR&EhE&A HOOKER1 (17) 241

~ E E E R~SSII

A ~

(171 243

ARGIDS ,(17) 269,265,269,275,277

ARGIBINE

(8) 346

ARHAR

(26) 32,35

A R I D I S O L ,(27) 178

A R I S O L S ,(15) 386

ARKYHORfl

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ARNICA



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143

ABRJYHEAD ,( 1 4 ) 85

AESENATE ,( 3 0 ) 31,3U-35

ARSENIC

( 2 0 ) 239,249-250,

(2U) 270,27@-275,285

287,297 -298,302,

307-308, ( 2 7 ) 314-315,319-320.

346,359

ARTENISIA

( 1 5 ) 195

ARTEMISIA PILIPOLIA

( 6 )7

ARTEMISIA PRIGIDA ,( 1 7 ) 2 4 2

ARTEMISIA LODRICIANA ,( 2 2 ) 417

ARTENISIA S P . ,( 1 2 1 2 0 6 , ( 1 5 ) 2 0 0

ARTENISIA TRIDENTATA ( 6 ) 17

A R U N D I N A R I A ,( 2 4 ) 2 0 0

ARYLSULPATASE ,( 2 7 ) 6U.66-67.73

gsgc_LEPIAS S Y R I C A

(29) 162-163

ASCOCHYTA CAULICOLA ,(17) ld7.21U

ASEOCHYTA I K P E R P E C T A

(1) 235-237, ( 1 2 ) 9 9

ASCOCHYTA K E L I L C ' J " ,(17) 21U

ASCORDIC A C I D , ('4) 152,266-268, ( 2 6 ) 2 6

A S H ,( 1 1 ) 6 4

GREEN ,(27) 221,237,257

GlHITE

(27) 237,257

A S P A R A G I N A S E , S O I L ,( 2 7 ) 5 1

ASPARAGINE ,( 8 ) 329

ASPARAGUS

( 2 ) 135,148, (9) 212, (15) 287, (28) 100, (29) 57

H A R V E S T - A I D MACHINES

111) 211-212

Z I N C D E F I C I E N C Y I N ,(!4)'32'

ASPARAGUS O F P I C I N A S S

(2) 135, (28) 136, (29) 5 7

ASPEN ,( 4 ) 342-345

BIGTOOTH ,( 2 7 ) 226,238,250,259

258

QUAKING

(27) 21 6,2 19,221,225226,238,250,

ASPERGILLUS

(13) 188,200

A S P E R G I L I P S CANDIDUS

(6) 150

A S P E R G I L L U S PLAVUS

( 6 ) 150, (26) 20.22-23

A S P E R G I L L U S GLAUCUS

(6) 150

&PE~~CXJ&ls N I a E ,( 3 ) 153-154, ( 4 ) 164-165.227 -228, 265,(6) 150, (7) 18

,(a) 181,392,(14)312,

(26)20,2 3

A S P E R G I L L U S NIGER T E S T I F O R AVAILABLE Z I N C I N S O I LS ,( 9 ) 5 5 - 5 6

ASTUGBLUS BGRESTIS (17) 2 4 2

ASTRAGAlJS

CrCER ( 1 0 ) 395-396, (29) 133

ASTREBLA ,( 4 ) 5.35

ATM3METER

( 1 1) 2 7

ATOPIIC A B S O R P T I O N SPECTROMETRY

( 2 7 ) 32U-325

ATOMIC ENERGY C O K K I S S I O N ,( 4 ) 279-280.288.293-294

ATONIC ENERGY,AND PLANT S C I E N C E S

( 4 ) 279-303

R A D I A T I O N E F F E C T S ON P L A N T S ,(4) 281-293

R A D I O I S O T O P E S T U D I E S ,( 4 ) 293-302

ATRRZINE ,(14) 385, ( 1 5 ) 186, ( 1 7 ) 2 5 , (23) 153,180,215,220,(2U)

342-351,

(27) 308, ( 2 9 ) 162,172-175

A T R I P L E X ,(4)5,32,35,38-39

A T R I E L E X CANESCENS

(121206, (17) 240

ArEI_PLEX_ C O N P E R T I P O L I A ,( 1 2 ) 206

ATRIELEX HQR?EBNSE ,( 7 ) 7 8

dTRI_ELEX S P . ,(17) 2 4 1

ATRJPA BELLADONNA ,(28) 136

ATROPINE

(14) 212

ATYLOSIA L I N E A T A ,( 2 6 ) 33,37

A T Y L 3 S I A SCARAOAEOIDES

( 2 6 ) 33,37

A T Y L 3 S I A S E R I C E A ,( 2 6 ) 33,37



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AUSTRALIA.

C L I H A T E ,( 1 0 ) 169-173

GRASSLAND ECONOMY I N ,( 4 ) 1-65

C L I M A T I C ATTRIBUTES ,( 4 ) 24-25

E N V I R O N H E N T ,(4)3-5

ENVIRONHENTAL ANALYSIS ,(4) 12-14

GRASSLAND SORVEYS ,(4) 18-19

HERBAGE PLANT I H P R O V E H E N T ,( 4 ) 41-43

LOCERNE ,( 1 5 ) 39

MA NAGEHENT FACTORS ,( 4 ) 29-33

REAT PRODUCTION ,(a) 7-8

P O T E N T I A L PRODUCTION ,( 4 ) 59-61

SETTLEHENT ,(4) 5 - 8

SOIL DEFICIENCIES ,( 4 ) 4 3 - 5 0

SOILS ,( 4 ) 26-29

WATER REQOIREHENTS OF PASTORES ,(U)33-38

WOOL PRODUCTION ,(4) 5-8

HISTORY OF FERTILIZER IISE ,( 1 0 ) 200-205

L A N D USE

( 1 0 ) 170-173

SOILS OF ,(10) 173-250

A C I D SWAHP SOILS ,( 1 0 ) 1 8 7

A E O L I A N SANDS ,(10) 187

ALLUVIAL , ( l o ) 186-187

BLACK EARTHS ,( 1 0 ) 193-195

BROWN ,(10) 1 9 9

CLASSIFICATION A N D DESCRIPTION ,(10) 185-199

FEN , ( l o ) 195

G E N E T I C FACTORS A N D FERTILITY ,{ l o ) 177- 185

GRAY ,( 1 0 ) 199

KRASNOZEMS ,(10) 191-192

L A T E R I T I C PODZOLS ,( 1 0 ) 188-190

L A T E R I T I C R E D EARTHS ,(10) 192-193

H A J 3 R ELEMENT DEFICIENCY ,( 1 0 ) 2 0 5 - 2 2 7

H I N O R ELEHENT DEPICIENCIES ,(10) 227-250

NITROGEN DEFICIENCY ,(10) 205-207,213-216

PETROLOGY A N D GEONORPAOLOCY ,(10) 173-177

PHOSPRORUS DEFICIENCY ,(10) 205-213

PODZOLS ,(10) 187-191

RED-BROWN EARTHS ,( 1 0 ) 198-199

RENDZINAS ,(10) 195

RESPONSE TO FERTILIZER ,(10) 179-185,205-250

SOIL LANDSCAPE ,(10) 173-200

SOIL MAP ,(10) 200-20 1

SOLODIZED ,(10) 196-197

TERRA ROSA

(10) 193

AOSTRIAN WINTER PEA ( 2 ) 1 0 1 , ( 8 ) U 5 , 5 3 , 5 9 , ( 1 2 ) 6 1

AUXINS , ( 1 ) 3 0 4 , (4)290-291, ( 1 1 ) 3 8 5 - 3 8 7 , ( 1 9 ) 3 0 0

( 9 ) 71-72.74

EFFECT ON ABSCISSION

OF Z I N C DEFICIENCY O N , ( 9 ) 3 9 - U l

A V A I L A B I L I T Y COEWICIENT I N D E X ,( 1 4 ) 3 8 9

HETABOLISM ,(18) ,89,92-93

"A"-VALUE

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AVOCADO , ( 1 6 ) 157,161,160,



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AIONOPUS CONPRESSUS ,( 4 ) 184. (18) 282

AXYRIS 1IIARANTBOIDES ,(16) 2 1 8

AZZDE ,( 1 5 ) 146-147

AZINOPHDSMETHYL (GUSATHIJN N )

(26) 5 1

AZOBENZENE

(27) 55-57

AZOTZIBACTER ,(1) 252-25U,260.273, (2)93, (7)156-157,159,241-2U3.322

( 8 ) 164,169,195, 197, (14)312, (28) 150, (29)12

(4)234.260, (B)393, (27)33, (29) 13.22

AZOTDBACTFR CAROOCOCCUN

aZOTO8ACTER I N D I C U H

(7) 18,156,243. (21)220

B Z Q l S B I C T E R PASPALUH ,(29)5,12,14-15,28,32

AZOTOBACTER S P I R I L L U I I

(29) 15

AZOT3BACTER V I N E L A N D I I

( 2 8 ) 243-2411. (29) 13-14.20-21,72

AZOT3GEN ,(1) 274, (2)93

(16)329

AZOVSRITE

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BACILLUS A T R ~ S A P T I C U S ( i w 9 9

BACILLUS B R E V I S

(13) 200

BACILLUS CIRCULANS

(13)230

BACILLUS EXT3ROUENS

(3) 153

BACILLUS HACERANUS

(29)1 1

BACILLUS IIANGANICA ,(4)234

BACILLUS IlEGATAERIUH, V A R . PHOSPHATICUH ,(29) 108

BACILLUS POLIHYXA

(29)11,21

BACILLUS S P .

(29)32

BACILLUS S I L I C U S

(15)365

BACILLUS SUBTILIS ,(7)19

BACTERIA ,(15)146,151-152

S O I L ,(21)219

S O I L RETENTION O F ,I261

. . 141-146

BACrERIAL.

BLIGHT

(29)280-286.322-323

LEAF S P O T - 1 1 4 1 170

L E A F STREAK

iis) 287

LEVANS ,(7)29

PUSTULE ,(26) 53,84,116

LEAF S P O T

(14) 170

S P O T , PEACH

(17)300

i l I L T , ALF.4LFA

(1) 232-235

BACl'ERIDRREIZAE

( 1 ) 246-2U7.257-259

~ E I E € ! U WU&G€QS!JH ,(91 260

U C l I E Z E d RUZQBK2EE e (4) 260

CHRYSOSmZ

(18)35

BAHIAGRASS

(3) 200,203-2>U,206-209,229,

(4) 191,209,(8)

142,155,

(10)364,(11)57,(12)

108,(14)247,(15)196,(18)282-2B3,

288.122)48.

I251

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(11) 199-200

ULSMQERH~ZA~ ~ T T A ,T( 17)

B 241

BALSAIROOT ,( 1 7 ) 2 U 1

BAIBOO

(15) 382

BANANA

(15) 28, (22)287,298,304,

(25) 298

BANDED CUCUNBER BEETLE ,( 2 P ) 237

BARBAN .12U) 365-366

'aAia4ui ( 3 ) 109

BARBASCO

(30) 2 0 8

BARBERRY ,(10) 144,161

BARIUI

(24) 2 7 0 , 2 7 3 - 2 7 5 , 2 9 3 , 2 9 5 , 2 9 7 , 3 0 8 .

(27) 3 15.319,32 1.3U6

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1,2U3,246,248250,266,

286-287,(6)83,202,262,270,272,278,283,286,289,

291, (7)51-55, (8)40-41,45,154,

(9) 206-207,(11)204,

2~1,370,372-373,377,381,3tl3,390,

(12) 219-220

(13) 224-227,230,240-243,(14) 235,238,256,(15)

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10,42-44, 47.109- 1 1 0.1 93.28 1, (16) 75,159,164,

185,

192,194.26 2,268,285,298-302,314,3

19, ( 1 7 ) 237, (18) 67,

79-80.85- 86, ( 1 9) 78,9 1,114.11 7,123 -1 24 ,130,296

(20) 144, (21) 179,187-188,298.

( 2 2 ) 3 5 3 , ( 2 3 ) 18-19,

23,28,213,301,329,(24)109,112,200,204-205,332,

335,343,365,

( 2 6 ) 164,180,187,197,286,293,

333, (27) 143,1U8,291,323,

(28)85,98,175,186,189,

200,295,(29)43,45,58,63,126,129,(30)72,86,199

ACREAGE I N CANADA ,

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BREEDING,

LODGING R E S I S T A N C E ,(25) 246,254

MALTING

1251 327-378

GRAIN Y I E L D - (26) 3 6 6 , 3 6 8 - 3 7 0 , 3 7 2 - 3 7 4 , 3 8 2 , 3 8 4 , 3 8 8 ,3 9 2 .U 0 0

G R A I N Y I E L D PAYSIOLOGY ,(28) 304,307,311-31U,321,325,327,334,



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L I T T L E BARLEY

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LODGING I N ,( 2 5 i 2 6 9 - 2 6 3

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( 8 ) 46

OPTIMUM S O I L A I R S P A C E FOR

(9) 173

S A L T TOLERANCE

(11) 106

V A R I E T I E S I N CANADA

(5) 333-334

ZINC DEFICIENCY I N

(9) 3 3

Z I N C UPTAKE B Y , ( 9 ) 3 6

S T R I P E NOSAIC V I R U S

(24) 6

GRASS

( 1 9 ) 135

YELLOW DWARF V I R U S ,( 1 3 ) 217-248, ( 2 6 ) 3 3 3

A P H I D VECTORS

(13) 228-230

CONTROL

(13) 238-2UU

C R O P S A F F E C T E D ,(13) 220-226

HISTORY

(13) 21 8-220

NATURE O F V I R U S ,( 1 3 ) 231-234

SYNPTONS

(13)226-228

V A R I E T I E S I N CANADA ,( 5 ) 3 3 3 - 3 3 4

DARN D R I E R S ,( 2 ) 300-301

BARNYARDGRASS

(14) 85-87, ( 1 5 ) 173,177, ( 2 4 ) 369-370

BARNYARD HANURE ,( 2 ) 100-101

PRODUCTION I N 'J.5.

(2) 105

BARREL N E D I C

( 4 ) l 0 , 1 2 , 2 2 , 3 ~ , 4 1 , 4 6 , 4 9 , 5 3 . ( 1 0 ) 203,(22) 21-22.30

BASALT ,(15) 1 2 0

BASE EXCHANGE

(1) 242

B A S E - R I C H S O I L S HAVING B HORIZON

(9) 248-252

D E S C R I P T I O N ,( 9 ) 249-252

OCCUBRENCE

( 9 ) 252

B A S T S , R E C Y C L I N G OF ,( 5 ) 255

B A S I C SLAG ,(11) 282,295,(17)42-43

B A S I N CLAY ,( 1 1) 346-397

BASSIA

(4) 5

BAULE U N I T

(11) 138

B A U X I T E ,( 3 ) 70, (5) 285

BEAZH PEA

(1O)UOO

BEAN ,( 3 ) 148-149,(8) 32,104,198,

(9)73,207.212,

(11)60,212, (13) 176, ( 1 4 ) 150,

388, (16) 39,42,158-159,16U,272.274,

(20) 269,

(16)39,U2, 158-159,16U,272,27U,(22)

221,229, (23) 3 1

,(24) 9 8 - 1 ~ 5 , 1 1 1 , 1 2 6 - 1 2 7 , 1 5 8 , 3 3 3 , 3 6 7 , ( 2 7 ) 9A. 108,

110,112,130,134,323.

( 2 8 ) 175.187, (29) 119,130) 201

AFRICAN LOCUST

(26) 100

AFRICAN Y A H

(26)87,89-90,95,102

AilERICAN YAN ,(26) 103



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