New Release Books by Chalmers Jackson King

Chalmers Jackson King is the author of Tetrastichus Brevistigma Gahan (1939), Agricultural Investigations at the United States Field Station, Sacaton, Ariz., 1931-35 (1938), A Method for the Control of Cotton Root Rot in the Irrigated Southwest (1937), Relation Between the Physical Properties and Chemical Components of Various Grades of Geraniol and Their Attractiveness to the Japanese Beetle (1936) and other 87 books.

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Agricultural Investigations at the United States Field Station, Sacaton, Ariz., 1931-35

A Method for the Control of Cotton Root Rot in the Irrigated Southwest

Relation Between the Physical Properties and Chemical Components of Various Grades of Geraniol and Their Attractiveness to the Japanese Beetle

Distance of Planting Rural New Yorker No. 2 and Triumph Potatoes as Affecting Yield, Hollow Heart, Growth Cracks, and Second-growth Tubers

Field Practices Affecting the Control of Cotton Root Knot in Arizona

Soil Profile and Root Penetration as Indicators of Apple Production in the Lake Shore District of Western New York

Agricultural Investigations at the United States Field Station, Sacaton, Ariz., 1925-1930

Factors Influencing the Severity of the Crazy-top Disorder of Cotton

The Effect of Crazy Top Disorder on Cotton Plants and Its Control by Irrigation Management

Crop Tests at the Cooperative Testing Station, Sacaton, Ariz

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