Soil and Health Magazine: Vol. I, No. 4

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

THE NITROGEN PROBLEM     195

THE COMPOST MOVEMENT IN NEW ZEALAND     197
     The New Zealand Compost Society—
     Impressions of New Zealand’ Agriculture.

A COMPOST SOCIETY IS BORN     201

HARNESSING THE EARTHWORM     203

CLOCHES IN THE GARDEN     206

THE UTILIZATION OF WATER HYACINTH IN BENGAL     209

IS DIGGING NECESSARY?     211
     Compost, sawdust, and no digging—
     The need for digging— To digor not to dig?—
     This digging question.

THE TWO STANDARDS     215

A FARMING CAMP SCHOOL     217

FROM INSURANCE CLERK TO CROFTER     220
     III. The compost campaign continued.

PLANT NUTRITION AND SCIENCE     225

POINTERS FROM THE RESEARCH STATIONS     232
     Soil bacteria: some newly discoveredbenefits—
     Beginning at the wrong end—Somerecent results.

GRIND YOUR OWN BREAKFAST     236

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR     238
     The whole wheat road to health—Flavourshops—
     The verdict of the grazing animal—Subsoilingestablished hops—
     Sweet clover — The role ofthe root nodule —
     Composting with sawdust—Organicfarming in Ulster—
     Victor Hugo on waste—A modernearth closet.

REVIEW     246
     The cure and prevention of cancer.

 


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