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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3
Volume 7, Number 5
Further developments in the bulk-harvesting of apples
J. C. Rowbotham
Native legumes for gardens
Farm planning - 4. - Subdivision
B. a'B. Marsh
Pasture development on peaty sands.
E. N. Fitzpatrick
Hexoestrol implantation with weaner lambs
N. Davenport and G. H. Neil
Farm and home - Sewing with plaids
Bacon curing on the farm
J. A. Mallett
Weeds of Western Australia - Watsonia (Watsonia spp. and Chasmanthe aethiopica (L.) N. E. Brown).
G. R. W. Meadly
Some notes on Woogenellup subterranean clover
B. J. Quinlivan
Seeding depth of Dwalganup subterranean clover (Trifolium Subterraneum L) & Barrel medic(Medicago Tribuloides Desr.) - Experiments on some sandy surfaced soils of the Western Australian wheatbelt
Manganese deficiency in oats
F. E. Ryan
Tomato fruit quality - The effect of chilling injury
D. A. Johnston
Some recent radio talks.
T. C. Stoneman, J. Craig, H. S. Argyle, C. F. H. Jenkins, and A. G. Veitch
Editor: J.A. Mallett
Cover Picture "The Sturt Pea (Clianthus formosus) is restricted to Australia and inhabits the dry interior extending from the north-west coast of W.A. to western New South Wales. It is most commonly found in red sandy soils especially between Marble Bar and Roebourne and to the north and east of Kalgoorlie. As one of the specimens originally collected by Dampier it was among the first Australian plants to reach Europe."