1. Rothamsted Experimental Station Harpenden Field Experiments and Farm Operations 1936
  2. The Analysis and composition of rye grass
  3. The design and analysis of factorial experiments
  4. Rothamsted Conference RC No 21 : The Use of Electricity in Agriculture
  5. Rothamsted Conference RC No 22 : Diseases of Bees
  6. Soil fungi and actinomycetes in relation to manurial treatment, season and crop
  7. Methods in scientific research
  8. Fünfzig Jahre Dauerfeldversuche in der Versuchsstation Woburn, einer Abteilung der Versuchsstation in Rothamsted
  9. In the beginning - a series of article dealing with the development of agricultural education and research institutions I Rothamsted Experimental Station
  10. The estimation of leaf area in field crops
  11. Whiteheads or take-all in wheat
  12. Studies on American foul brood of bees III Further experiments on the production of the disease
  13. Addled brood of bees
  14. Studies on American foul brood of bees I The relative pathogenicity of vegetative cells and endospores of bacillus larvae for the brood of bees
  15. Abridged report of the brood disease investigations the foul brood investigation from the year ending September 30th 1937
  16. Certain factors influencing the germination of the endospores of Bacillus
  17. The resistance of individual larvae to inoculation with large doses of the spores of Bacillus larvae
  18. Brood diseases of the bee
  19. Modern developments in research on insecticides, Part I. General survey
  20. An optically active constituent of derris resin related to toxicarol
  21. Modern developments in research on insecticides Part II Insecticidal products
  22. The oxygen uptake of suspensions and cultures of a free-living bacterium
  23. The composition of some less common vegetable fibres
  24. The hemicelluloses III Extraction and preparation
  25. The determination of lignin III Acid pretreatment and the effect of the presence of nitrogenous substances
  26. The composition of forage crops II Rye grass (Western wolths). Changes in herbage and soil during growth
  27. A test of gas-tightness of honey jars
  28. A new calcium silicophosphate
  29. X-Ray Investigations on Clays. Part III. The Differentiation of Micas by X-Ray Powder Photographs
  30. An investigation of nitrogen uptake in mixed crops not receiving nitrogenous manure
  31. Investigations on the Control of Leather Jackets II Notes on Craneflies and their larvae
  32. Investigations on the Control of Leather Jackets III Some results of breeding and sampling experiments during the current season
  33. An ecological study of a thrips (Aptinothrips rufus) and its nematode parasite (Anguillulina aptini)
  34. Laboratory and large scale experiments on the purification of dairy wastes
  35. The artificial drying of pyrethrum flowers
  36. Some observations on the occurrence of Fusarium culmorum on wheat
  37. An Historical Study Of The Migrations Of Celerio Lineata Lineata Fab. And Celerio Lineata Livornica Esp. (Lepidoptera)
  38. The take-all or whiteheads disease of wheat and barley, and its control
  39. Soil conditions and the take-all disease of wheat II The relation between soil reaction and soil aeration
  40. The Soil-borne Fungus Diseases of Field and Plantation Crops: a Review of Existing Control Methods
  41. Fertilizer trials at schools - further experience with micro-plots
  42. The effect of manures on the size of main crop potatoes
  43. Composts
  44. The scientific basis of the art of cultivation
  45. The measurement of soil colours
  46. Observations on the Oxygen Uptake of Isolated Plant Tissue: II. The Effect of Inhibitors
  47. Observations on the Oxygen Uptake of Isolated Plant Tissue: I. The Effect of Phosphate and of Added Carbohydrate
  48. Standardisation of Potato Slopes for Bacteriological Tests
  49. Soil Protozoa; their growth on various media
  50. Are cultivation standards wastefully high?
  51. Uber die grundlegenden mechanischen Eigenschaften des Mehlteiges
  52. A study of some physical properties of flour doughs in relation to their bread-making qualities
  53. The relationship between viscosity, elasticity and plastic strength of a soft material as illustrated by some mechanical properties of flour dough IV— The separate contributions of gluten and starch
  54. A preliminary study of the physical significance of certain properties measured by the Chopin Extensimeter for testing cereal dough
  55. Ein Mikroviskosimeter für Nicht-Newton'sche Flüssigkeiten
  56. Compressibility curves as a quantitative measure of soil tilth
  57. Bemerkung zum Mechanismus der Spinnbarkeit
  58. Field experiments on the control of aphis-transmitted virus diseases of Hyosujamus Niger
  59. Insects and other pests injurious to the production of seed in herbage and forage crops
  60. The Asparagus Miner (Melan Agromyza Simplex H. Loew) (Agromyzidae; Diptera)
  61. The Hollyhock Seed Moth (Platyedra Malvella Hubn.), together with notes on the distribution of Apion Radiolus Kirby and an associated Glinodiplosis species
  62. Methods of investigating the bionomics of the common crane-fly, tipula paludos a meigen, together with some results
  63. Soils and fertilisers
  64. Butterfly migrations in the tropics - Set E.58
  65. Butterfly migrations in the tropics
  66. The migrations of day-flying moths of the genus Urania in tropical America
  67. Observations on the effect of molybdenum on plants with special reference to the solanaceae
  68. The influence of boron on the second year's growth of sugar beet affected with heart-rot
  69. Correlation of manuring and botanical composition of continuous hay crops
  70. Problems arising in the analysis of a series of similar experiments
  71. The efficiencies of the binomial series tests of significance of a mean and of a correlation coefficient
  72. A catalogue of uniformity trial data
  73. The relationships between liquid crystalline preparations of cucumber viruses 3 and 4 and strains of tobacco mosaic virus
  74. Liquid crystalline preparations of cucumber viruses 3 and 4
  75. A further note on the arrangement of variety trials: quasi‐Latin squares
  76. The use of logarithms in the interpretation of certain entomological problems
  77. The isolation and some properties of liquid crystalline substances from solanaceous plants infected with three strains of tobacco mosaic virus
  78. The biology of leptobyrsa rhododendri horvath (hemiptera, tingitidae), the rhododendron lacebug: Feeding habits and the histology of the feeding lesions produced in rhododendron leaves
  79. The relative values of man, mouse, and domestic fowl as experimental hosts for the bed-bug, cimex lectularius l
  80. Determination of the Furfuraldehyde yield of soils and of plant materials admixed with soil