Volume 3, Number 11
Water for agriculture. 3. Watering plants with salty water
Stanley Thomas Smith
Insect pests of forests. 2. Tussock moths and bag-shelter moths
Clee Francis Howard Jenkins
Editor: E H Lawson
Cover picture: Our cover picture taken at the Bramley Research Station clearly shows the effects of cobalt deficiency on Guernsey heifers. The deficient heifers are stunted and lean despite an abundance of green pasture. The long-haired “wasty” coat is a characteristic feature. The healthy heifer in the centre of the picture was raised on pastures containing adequate cobalt. See Cobalt – Its Use to Control Wasting Disease on page 844.
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