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Chief of Bureau: Dr. A. HERMES.
AND OF PLANT DISEASES
Chief of Section: Dr. JULES M. SAULNIER.
Translators: Mme. J. M. JOBERT. LEON BOUDOURESQUE A. RINIERI DE' ROCCHI.
The information contained in some of the abstracts dealing with Canada has been most kindly placed at the disposal of the Institute by the Government of the Dominion. The Canadian abstracting is by Mr. T. K. DOHERTY, chief of the Canadian Bureau of Correspondence with the International Institute of Agriculture.
PEREIRA, S. D. M. Reconstitution of Portuguese Vineyards by means of Ame-
HANSEN. Recent Development of Cattle Breeding in Germany
LAUR, E. Measures adopted in Switzerland for the Introduction of Agri-
1. Decree approving the Regulation of the
LEGISLATIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE MEASURES.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIMENTATION IN AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY. 2. Position and Con-
dition of the Prussian Rural Continuation Schools during the Financial Year 1911.
8. Standardization of Instruction in Forestry in the United States. 4. Instruction in
Cold Storage Methods in France in 1912-1913.
AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTIONS. - 5. Enquiry into the Condition of Association in Swiss Agri-
6. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the American Association
of Farmers' Institute Workers.
AGRICULTURAL SHOWS AND CONGRESSES. 7. International Exhibition of Import and Export
Products in Barcelona, Spain, from April 28 to July 2, 1913. 8. International Colonial
Exhibition at Samarang, Dutch East Indies, in 1914. 9. Bristol Show from 1st to 5th
July, 1913. 10. Agricultural Exhibition at the Hague in 1913. 11. The Great Agri-
cultural Week in Belgium in 1913. 12. International Forestry Congress, Paris, June,
SOIL PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY. 14. Investigations on "Sickness" in Soil,
Soil-Sterilisation, and Some Practical Applications.-15. Researches on Alkaline Meadows
and Pastures. 18. Composition of Soil Suitable for Rubber Cultivation. 17. Soils
19. Availability of Nitrogen in Organic Ammoniates. 20. The
Fertilizer Trade in the Netherlands. 21. Phosphates and Nitrates in Egypt. Their
SELECTION. 22. New Methods for determining the Comparative Value of Selected Plants.
28. Cultural Bud Mutation of Solanum immite Dunal. 24. Solanum immite: a New
25. Recent Scientific Investigations at the German Experiment
Station for Cereal Testing. 26. Comparative Experiments in Barley Cultivation.
27. Rice Culture in the Philippines.
FIBRE CROPS. 28. The Branching Habits of Egyptian Cotton.
29. Cultivation Experiments with Dried Seeds of Sugar-Beet in Hungary.
RUBBER, GUM AND RESIN PLANTS. 31. Rubber in Casamance, Senegal.
VARIOUS CROPS. 32. Instructions for Experimental Tobacco Growing. 33. The Coffee
FRUIT-GROWING. 84. Table Summarizing the Properties of the Different Vine Stocks of
adapting themselves to Different Soils.
86. Viticulture in the Department of Concordia (Entre Rios, Argentina). 37. Report on
Fruit Culture in the School of Practical Agriculture at Wagnonville. 38. Is it Necessary
to Fertilize an Apple Orchard? - 39. Promising New Fruits. 40. Remarks on the Coco
HYGIENE. 42. Investigations on North American Ticks and their Control.
Problem in South Africa. 44. Nodular, Intestinal and Ganglionic Helminthiasis.
45. Wireworms in Sheep and their Treatment. 46. The Action of Anthelmintics on
Parasites located outside of the Alimentary Canal.
FEEDS AND FEEDING. 47. New Feeds and their Value for Agriculture.
49. Supply of Store Cattle and Slaughter of Young Cattle in Great Britain.
51. Researches on Diphtheria in Fowls and its Connection with Diphtheria in
Pigeons and with Fowl-Pox. 52. Egg-Laying Competitions at the Hawkesbury Agri-
INDUSTRIES DEPENDING ON ANIMAL PRODUCTS. 60. Importance of Infectious Catarrh of
INDUSTRIES DEPENDING ON PLANT PRODUCTS. 64." Vin de Goutte " and " Vin de Marc ".
LEGISLATIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE MEASURES FOR THE PROTECTION OF PLANTS.
Decree of Nov. 8, 1912, regarding the Regulations for the Creation of a Phytopatho-
DISEASES NOT DUE TO PARASITES AND OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN.
47. On the Effect of Falls of Temperature on Vines, in connection with "Roncet ".
BACTERIAL AND FUNGOID DISEASES OF VARIOUS CROPS. 69. Fungi injurious to Rice in the
Philippines. 70. Bremia Lactucue, Peronospora effusa and Heterosporium variabile,
Parasitic on Vegetables. 71. Infection Experiments with Thielavia basicola on
Ginseng. 72. Apple Leaf Spot. 73. A New Gnomonia on Hickory Leaves.
74. Withering of the Plane Tree due to Gloeosporium nervisequum.
75. The Chief Russian Species of Cuscuta. 76. Bersim Dodder (Cuscuta aegyptiaca n. sp.). -
77. On the Properties of Germination possessed by Different Weed Seeds. 78. Tor-
grass or False Brome and its Eradication from Down Pastures.
MEANS OF PREVENTION AND CONTROL. 80. The Vine Moth Caterpillar Parasite. -81. Life-
INSECTS AND OTHER INVERTEBRATES INJURIOUS TO VARIOUS CROPS. 84. Insects injurious
to Rice in the Philippines. - 85. Moth Borer in Castor Oil. - 86. Leucoptera coffeella: an
Insect Parasite of the Coffee Plant at Sao Paulo Brazil. — 87. Citrus Red Spider (Tetrany-
chus mytilaspidis) on Stone and Pomaceous Fruit Trees in Oregon.
89. Crows and Rooks in Agriculture. - 90. Birds and Rats injurious to Rice in the Philip-
NB. The Intelligence contained in the present Bulletin has been taken exclusively from the books,
periodicals, bulletins, and other publications which have reached the Library of the International
Institute of Agriculture in Rome during the months of November and December 1912.
The Bureau assumes no responsibility with regard to the opinions and the results of experiments