Soil and Health Magazine: Vol. II, No. 1

Original publication date: Spring, 1947
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Publication status: Out of print

THE COMPOST YEAR BOOK     2

THE WORK OF THE SOIL POPULATION     3

ORGANIC FRUIT GROWING     5

HARNESSING THE EARTHWORM     10

ACTIVATED AND DIGESTED SEWAGE SLUDGE IN
     AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE      13

DANGER AHEAD FOR BEET GROWERS      26

THE EVOLUTION OF COMPOSTING IN
     CENTRAL AMERICA     29

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE IN A MODERN
     SECONDARY SCHOOL     33

COMPOST MAKING AT TRAINING CENTRES     36
     Campion House, Osterley—A MissionaryCollege in Eire.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR     38
     A view on the establishment of anAgricultural College in Kent—
     A Scottish compost garden—Morefarmyard manure essential—
     How to conquer a clay soil—Howto avoid bucket feeding in the dairy—
     Night-soil in sandy ground—Wheatmeal porridge—
     Murdered bread in the eighteenthcentury.

REVIEWS     47
     A Revolution in Medical Thought—TheEarth’s Green Carpet.

 


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