Soil and Health Magazine: Vol. I, No. 3

Original publication date: Autumn, 1946
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Publication status: Out of print

QUALITY IN COMPOST     131

BREAD AT SEA     133
     Fresh ground wholewheat for theNavy.

GRASSLAND MANAGEMENT     141

THE IMPORTANCE OF QUALITY     147

THE MARCH OF COMPOST     156
     The case for composting: an author’sview—Should we bury compost?—
     Composting on allotments—Drieddigested sewage sludge—
     The pail closet or bucket latrine—Acompost film—Composting in Hampshire.

FROM INSURANCE CLERK TO CROFTER     162
     II. The compost campaign.

THE NATURE OF HEALTH OR DISEASE IN PLANTS     167

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR     172
     Victory over eelworm—Tomatoleaf mould and compost—
     Compost in India—The dangersof devil’s dust—
     Darwin on humus and the earthworm—Organicgardening on a sandbar—
     The Poore earth closet—Agriculturalreconstruction in Germany—
     Chemicals, humus and the soil.

REVIEWS     181
     Organic farming without devil’sdust—South Africa: pioneer in natural farming.

 


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