O. A. C. Review Volume XXXV Issue 7, March 1923

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Ontario Agricultural College

The theme of this spring issue is the topic of plant propagation. Articles on propagation include suggestions from the Vineland Experimental Station, the profitability of growing roses, fertilizers for the home garden, and scarifying clover seed. Professor O. J. Stevenson recounts his experience traveling in Bavaria while Professor Fulmer introduces the new college course in biochemistry. Other articles include the genetics of fur farming, post-graduate research work in the United States, and poultry nutrition. Campus news reports on the success of several theatre productions, the freshmen's skating party, and the successful hockey season. The Alumni column provides alumni and alumnae updates. The Macdonald Institute column contains a poem regarding The Well, the inaugural meeting of the Winnipeg Alumnae branch, and alumnae updates.

OAC Review, College news, editorial, agriculture, poetry, Vineland Experimental Station, plant breeding, Bavaria, Uffing, travel diary, fur farming, genetics, Manitoba Agricultural College photograph, United States, post-graduate research, propagation, roses, fertilizer, gardens, biochemistry, sweet clover, seed, scarification, poultry, nutrition, theatre, play, freshmen's skating party, Delphic Literary Society, O. A. C. Outdoor Club, Macdonald Hall Literary Society, The Well poem, Winnipeg Alumnae branch, athletics, assault-at-arms, boxing, wrestling, hockey, basketball, birth announcements, obituary, Macdonald Institute, alumnae, local news, personals, alumni, Guelph, advertising