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BULLETINS AVAILABLE FOR DISTRIBUTION (Of the early issues, which were numbered by volumes, Volume I contained three bulletins; Volume III contained six; Volume IV contained five; all other volumes contained four.)
IV. 3. The true bugs, or Heteroptera, of Tennessee.
X. 2. Pot culture of lettuce.
90. Fertility experiments in a rotation of cowpeas and wheat. Part I. 91. Relation of temperature and rainfall to crop systems and pro
duction. 92. Experiments with fertilizers and field crops on important soil
types of Middle Tennessee. 93. Tobacco insects of Tennessee. Tobacco culture in Montgomery
County. 94. The cattle tick as affected by climate. 95. Notes on tomato diseases with results of selection for resistance. 96. Fertility experiments in a rotation of cowpeas and wheat. Parts
II and III. 97. Liming for Tennessee soils. 98. The San Jose scale in Tennessee, with methods for its control. 99. Suggestions on preparation and use of spray formulas.
14. Grades on country roads. 20. Cattle tick extermination. 21. Preparation of land for alfalfa. 22. Importance of testing and keeping records of dairy cows. 23. How to save the soy-bean crop. 24. Spraying the peach. 25. Cattle ticks frozen. 27. Rates and dates of seeding. 28. Getting and maintaining a stand of alfalfa. 29. Feeding tables. 30. Resistant red clover: Preparation of land and time of seeding.
Entrance Examinations begin.... Monday, September 12th.
Thursday, September 15th.
Monday, October 3rd.
Wednesday, October 5th.
Intermediate Examinations begin Saturday, January 21st.
Thursday, January 26th.
Wednesday, February 1st.
Tuesday, March 28th.
Monday, April 14th.
Thursday, June 1st.
Sunday (8 p. m.), June 12th.
Monday (8 p. m.), June 12th.
Tuesday (10 a. m.), June 13th.
Wednesday, June 14th.
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