1. The Availability of Phosphatic Fertilisers as shown by an Examination Soil Solution and of Plant Growth (With Two Text-figures.)
  2. Report of the Committee on soil reaction measurements Pt 1 Results of the comparative investigation on quinhydrone electrode method
  3. Studies in the physical properties of soil. V. The hysteresis effect in capillary properties, and the modes of moisture distribution associated therewith
  4. Studies in crop variation. VIII. An application of the resistance formula to potato data
  5. On the secular variation of rainfall at Rothamsted
  6. A note on the value of uniformity trials for subsequent experiments
  7. The Physiology of Virus Diseases in Plants I The movement of mosaic in the Tomato Plant
  8. A Note on the Dichotomous Branching of the Main Stem of the Tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum)
  9. Formation of streamers in sedimentation
  10. “Single value” soil properties: a study of the significance of certain soil constants
  11. “Single Value” Soil Properties. A Study of the Significance of Certain Soil Constants. IV. A Further Note on the Technique of the “Box” Experiment
  12. Intracellular bodies in plant virus disease
  13. Studies in soil cultivation. V. Rotary cultivation
  14. Science of the year - 1930 The biological sciences
  15. The Rheology of Soil Pastes
  16. The Influence of the Proximity of a Solid Wall on the Consistency of Viscous and Plastic Materials
  17. A Further Study of the Influence of the Proximity of a Solid Wall on the Consistency of Viscous and Plastic Materials
  18. The influence of the host plant in inducing parasitism in lucerne and clover nodules
  19. The fluctuations of bacterial numbers and nitrate content of field soils
  20. The early development of the root nodule of lucerne (Medicago sativa, L.)
  21. Sulphur as a soil fungicide against the potato wart disease organism
  22. Increased Scion Vigour Induced by Certain Foreign Root-stocks
  23. On some Factors governing the Emergence of Gall Midges (Cecidomyidæ: Diptera)
  24. Gall midges (Cecidomyidae) as enemies of the Tingidae, Psyllidae, Aleyrodidae and Coccidae
  25. A new thrips-eating gall midge, Thripsobremia liothripis, gen. et. sp. n. (Cecidomyidae)
  26. On the biology of the gall-midges (Cecidomyidae) attacking meadow foxtail grass (Alopecurus Pratensis), including the description of one new species
  27. On the resistance of basket willows to button gall formation
  28. Studies on the carbon and nitrogen cycles in the soil II The extraction of the organic matter of the soil with alkali
  29. On the morphology of the larva of Darcus Parallelopipedus, L. (Copeoptera)
  30. Soils and fertilisers
  31. The relationship of climatic and gelogical factors to the composition of soil clay and the distribution of soil types
  32. The weed seed population of arable soil: I. Numerical estimation of viable seeds and observations on their natural dormancy
  33. On the frequency distribution of the means of samples from populations of certain Pearson's types
  34. The varying effect of lime on grassland with different schemes of manuring
  35. VII.—The correlation between product moments of any order in samples from a normal population
  36. Studies in crop variation VII. The influence of rainfall on the yield of barley at Rothamsted
  37. A method of estimating the yield of a missing plot in field experimental work
  38. The derivation of certain high order sampling product moments from a normal population
  39. The evolution of dominance in certain polymorphic species
  40. Moments and product moments of sampling distributions
  41. The moments of the distribution for normal samples of measures of departure from normality
  42. Biometry and evolution
  43. Mortality amongst plants and its bearing on natural selection
  44. Inverse probability
  45. The arrangement of field experiments and the statistical reduction of the results
  46. The general form of the orthogonal polynomials for simple series with proofs of their simple properties