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Chemical Studies of the Efficiency of Legumes as Green Manures in Hawaii

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Title: Chemical Studies of the Efficiency of Legumes as Green Manures in Hawaii
Authors: Thompson, Alice R.
Keywords: green manures
chemical constituents of plants
Issue Date: 07 May 1917
Publisher: Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station
Citation: Thompson AR. 1917. Chemical studies of the efficiency of legumes as green manures in Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station. 26 p. (Bulletin No. 43)
Series/Report no.: Bulletin
Abstract: Numerous varieties of legumes, both native and introduced, are found in Hawaii. The experiments herein reported upon were inaugurated in order to determine the comparative value for soil improvement of the different species and varieties of certain well-known field legumes and the more common legumes growing as weeds on these islands. The data presented in this bulletin represent the results of the first year's work along this line.
Pages/Duration: 26 pages
Appears in Collections:Bulletin (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station)

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