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O. A. C. Review Volume 29 Issue 6, February 1917

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Title: O. A. C. Review Volume 29 Issue 6, February 1917
Author: Ontario Agricultural College
Abstract: This issue's agricultural articles feature the poor supply of seed oats in Ontario for the 1917 season, a report of the O. A. C. dairy herd, how to start a modern beehive, and adapting gasoline engines to burn coal oil. Articles on experimental work include work with vegetables at the Vineland Experiment Station, and the opportunities of working with forage plants at the Ottawa Experimental Farm. Extracts from other articles are practical hints for growing greenhouse vegetables, soil fertility management by H. G. Bell, and the middleman in agricultural business. Campus news includes an article on the art of swimming and reports on the Fancy Dress Carnival, the literary meeting, and the Freshman Red Cross Skating Party. The Macdonald column summarizes the Macdonald Hall initiation and the observance of St. Valentine's Day. The Alumni column contains alumni news including who attended the Ottawa Valley O. A. C. Alumni Association reunion.
Date: 1917
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Rights Holder: University of Guelph
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