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An economic study of wheat-farms in Springs County
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1929)
“Wheat is by far the most valuable plant in the world. It is the main source of food for modern Europe, for much of Asia for America and Australasia. In view of its importance it is strange that there should be no record ...
Natural self-fertilization of wheat on a large scale
(New Zealand Institute, 1923)
Tests the hypothesis that frost of a certain intensity can lead to the cross-fertilization of wheat on a large scale, and that this can be one cause of the occurrence of new varieties.