Original publication date: Summer, 1947
Publication status: Out of print
THE LEGUMINOUS CROP 67
ORANGES AND HUMUS 69
DRIED ACTIVATED AND DIGESTED SEWAGE SLUDGE
IN AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE 71
MUNICIPAL COMPOSTING IN NEW ZEALAND 79
HARNESSING THE RHINOCERUS BEETLE 82
DISEASE RESISTANCE IN LIVE STOCK 84
DISTEMPER IN DOGS 86
HOW OUR BREAD IS MURDERED 90
FARM PRACTICES INFLUENCING THE INCIDENCE OF
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 93
OUTDOOR TOMATOES 98
HILL FARMING IN THE ORIENT 100
FROM INSURANCE CLERK TO CROFTER 104
IV. A place of our own.
THE LIVING PHAROAHS 108
THE INDORE PROCESS ON A COMMERCIAL SCALE IN
EL SALVADOR 109
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 111
Agriculture must be No. 1 priority—Makinga desert into a garden—
How to avoid colds and influenza—Breadat sea— A future flavour shop.
The conquest of tuberculosis.
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