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- UA-43-REF, Box 13, Folder 4
Citation: Right to Manufacture Manure in Fifteen New and useful Ways by First and Only Receipt of Process. Patented 1876. The Quardian Press, Truro.
- MS-14-REF, Box 12, Folder 23
Citation: Anon._ Part I: Why Nova Scotia Farmers Should Produce More Home Grown Feeds. Part II: Field Crop Competitions to Encourage the Home Production of grain Seeds and Certain Cash Crops. Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, Halifax:.
- MS-14-REF, Box 12, Folder 26
Citation: Recommendations for Making and Feeding Grass Silage in the Maritimes. Departments of Agriculture of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 1
Citation: Newton, D.E. 1934. The Relation of Flora to Soil Types in the Counties of Chateauguay, Huntingdon and Argenteuil in Quebec. Pasture Studies V. Technical Bulletin No. 14. MacDonald College, McGill University, Quebec.
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 1
Citation: Lochhead, W. and Fraser, W.P. 1915. Economic Grasses - Their Habits, Structure and Identification. The Rolla L. Crain Co., Ltd., Ottawa.
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 2
Citation: Macoun, W.T. 1915. Summary of Results - Horticulture, 1914. Bulletin No. 82. Experimental Farms, Division of Horticulture, Dominion of Canada Department of Agriculture, Ottawa
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 3
Citation: Nowosad, F.S., Swales, D.E. and Dore, W.G. 1936. The Identification of Certain Native and Naturalized Hay and Pasture Grasses by Their Vegetative Characters. Pasture Studies IX. Technical Bulletin No. 16. MacDonald College, McGill University, Quebec.
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 5
Citation: Anon. 1979. An Outline of Legal Requirements for Selling Fresh Fruits & Vegetables in Nova Scotia. Marketing and Economics Branch, Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing, Kentville, N.S.
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 10
Citation: Langille, J.E. and Warren, F.S. 1966. Supplementary Forage Crops for the Maritime Provinces. Publication 1250. Canada Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 12
Citation: Fellows, I.F. and Byers, D.M. 1970. Economic Effects of a Com Silage Program on Connecticut Dairy Fanns. Bulletin 412. Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, The University of Connecticut, Storrs .
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 13
Citation: Smeltzer, G.G. 1967. Fertilizing Pastures and Hayland in the Martime Provinces. Publication 1221. Canada Department of Agriculture, Ottawa
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 14
Citation: Windt, T.A. 1974. Harvesting the Hay Crop ·partial field curing, mow finishing. Engineering Branch, British Columbia Department of Agriculture.
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 25
Citation: Anon. 1949. Horticultural Crop Recommendations for Nova Scotia, 1949. Department of Agriculture and Marketing, Halifax.
- MS-14-REF, Box 14, Folder 26
Citation: Shuh, J.E._ Making and Feeding Grass and Legume Silage in Nova Scotia. Publication 1005. Field Crops Services Branch, Department of Agriculture and Marketing, Halifax
This series consists of 42 publications, which is comprised of 40 books and 2 miscellaneous textual records relating to entomology. These were published by the Nova Scotia Institute of Science, the Canadian Department of Agriculture, and the United States Department of Agriculture, published between 1915-1983.
- MS-14-REF, Box 19, Folder 6
This file contains 2 pamphlets annotated with “A. B. Banks” and “A.B. B.” It is suspected this is two different people. It is assumed that A. B. Banks” or “Anthony Banks” is the same as the namesake award, the A. B. Banks Memorial Scholarship. From the website: “This scholarship is given by friends and family in memory of A.B. Banks, a former Director of Livestock Services Branch, Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing. Mr. Banks was highly dedicated to the agricultural industry throughout his 35 year career in Nova Scotia and elsewhere in Atlantic Canada. He was born and raised in the Annapolis Valley and graduated from the former Nova Scotia Agricultural College and the Ontario Agricultural College. His career included service with the Canada Department of Agriculture, the Newfoundland Department of Agriculture and Forestry and the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing. As one of the first agricultural representative in Nova Scotia, he served the counties of Colchester, Halifax, and Cumberland. He was a strong advocate of improved farm management skills and believed this to be an important key to improving agricultural production.”
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