1. Take-all of cereals in 1943
  2. Soil conditions and the take‐all disease of wheat VIII Further experiments on the survival of Ophiobolus graminis in infected wheat stubble
  3. The application of the probit method to toxicity test data adjusted for mortality in the controls
  4. Mathematics of biological assay
  5. A serological study of root nodule bacteria from pea and clover inoculation groups
  6. The effect of formaldehyde and mercuric chloride on tobacco mosaic virus
  7. Formation of apatite from superphosphate in the soil
  8. Photography in agricultural research
  9. A comparison of the toxicity of certain dyestuffs to the conidia of Fusarium culmorum
  10. Take-all of cereals in 1943
  11. The relationships of some viruses causing necrotic diseases of the potato
  12. Note on the Ability of Certain Strains of Rhizobi from Peas and Clover to Infect Each Other's Host Plants
  13. Serological studies on sugar-beet yellows virus
  14. Investigations on the raspberry cane midge, 1943–44
  15. Slugs in gardens: Their numbers, activities and distribution. Part I
  16. Studies of fluctuations in insect populations XI The interrelationship of the wheat blossom midges and their host plant
  17. Discussion on slugs I Introduction Seasonal activity of slugs
  18. The determination of the volume and air space of soil clods
  19. Some applications of the logarithmic series and the index of diversity to ecological problems
  20. The manurial value of sewage sludges II Memorandum on the agricultural use of sewage sludge and straw sludge composts
  21. Weed control by chemical methods
  22. The relationships of some viruses causing necrotic diseases of the potato
  23. The liberation of virus, together with materials that inhibit its precipitation with antiserum, from the solid leaf residues of tomato plants suffering from bushy stunt
  24. The manuring of farm crops: some results of a survey of fertilizer practice in England