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Chemistry Department - Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station


Technical Bulletins in the Annual Reports of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station:

Ellett, W. B., H. H. Hill and W. G. Harris. The effect of association of legumes and non-legumes. Technical Bulletin No. 1, pages 28-36, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1913-1914.

Hill, H. H. The effect of green manuring on soil nitrated under greenhouse conditions. Technical Bulletin No. 6, pages 121-53, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1913-1914.

Ellett, W. B. and J. T. Grissom. The amount of arsenic in solution when lead arsenate is added to different spray solutions. Technical Bulletin No. 8, pages 160-64, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1913-1914.

Ellett, W. B. and C. W. Holdaway. The effect of high protein and high energy rations in feeding dairy cattle. Part 1. Effects on the utilization of the ration. Technical Bulletin No. 12, pages 29-45, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1914-15 and 1915-16.

Ellett, W. B. and H. H. Hill. A ten year study of the effect of fertilizers on the soluble plant food in the soil and on the crop yield. Technical Bulletin No. 13, pages 46-72, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1914-15 and 1915-16.

Ellett, W. B. and A. A. Ingham. Pot experiments to determine primarily the availability of phosphoric acid in Thomas Slag phosphates in comparison with other phosphates. Technical Bulletin No. 16, pages 118-36, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1914-15 and 1915-16.

Hill, H. H. A comparison of methods of determining soil acidity and a study of the effects of green manure on soil acidity. Technical Bulletin No. 19, 25 pages, 1919.

Ellett, W. B. and C. W. Holdaway, The effect of high protein and high energy rations in feeding dairy cows. Technical Bulletin No. 20, 16 pages, 1920 (joint with Dairy Department).

Ellett, W. B. and C. W. Holdaway. Feeding standards for milk production. Technical Bulletin No. 23, 52 pages, 1921 (joint with Dairy Department).

Hill, H. H. A study of the influence of the lime-magnesia ratio on soils under continuous cultivation. Technical Bulletin No. 24, 15 pages, 1922.

Holdaway, C. W., W. B. Ellett and W. G. Harris. The comparative value of peanut meal, cottonseed meal and soybean meal as sources of protein for milk production. Technical Bulletin No. 28, 55 pages, 1925 (joint with Dairy Department).

Holdaway, C. W., W. B. Ellett, J. F. Eheart and M. P. Miller. The importance of properly balanced rations in trials to determine digestibility as shown in experiments with dried apple pomace. Technical Bulletin No. 32, 18 pages, 1927 (joint with Dairy Department).

Holdaway, C. W., W. B. Ellett and J. F. Eheart. Methods of balancing rations for dairy cows in digestibility trials with corn meal. Technical Bulletin No. 38, 12 pages, 1929 (joint with Dairy Department).

Ellett, W. B., C. W. Holdaway, J. F. Eheart and L. D. Lastin. Feeding hevea rubber seed meal for milk production. Technical Bulletin No. 41, 12 pages, 1930 (joint with Diary Department).

Holdaway, C. W., W. B. Ellett, J. F. Eheart and H. G. Cummingham, Jr. Feeding alfalfa and timothy hay to dairy cows. The milk production values and calcium and phosphorous utilization of these hays after balancing the protein in the ration. Technical Bulletin No. 45, 27 pages, 1932 (joint with Dairy Department).

Hill, H. H. The effect of mulched and turned rye in the green and mature stages on the liberation of plant nutrients from a silt loam soil. Technical Bulletin No. 53, 18 pages, 1934.

MacIntyre, W. H., W. B. Ellett, W. M. Shaw and H. H. Hill. The conservation of burnt lime, limestone, dolomite and calcium silicate in soil as influenced by methods of incorporation. Technical Bulletin No. 54, 53 pages, 1934 (joint with the Tenn. Agr. Exp. Station).

Hill, H. H. The liberation of plant nutrients from the soil as affected by alfalfa. Technical Bulletin No. 60, 19 pages, 1937.

Ellett, W. B. and H. H. Hill. The effects of certain lime materials on the leachings from Frederick Silt Loam soils. Technical Bulletin No. 61, 19 pages, 1937.

Holdaway, C. W., W. B. Ellett, J. F. Eheart and A. D. Pratt. Timothy hay compared with alfalfa hay as a feed for dairy cows. Supplementary factors influencing the milk-producing value of alfalfa hay and timothy hay in feeding dairy cows. Technical Bulletin No. 65, 39 pages, 1939 (joint with Dairy Dept.).

Eheart, J. F. and W. B. Ellett. The effect of certain nitrogenous fertilizers on the chemical and vegetative composition and yield of pasture plants. Technical Bulletin No. 75, 44 pages, 1941.

Ellett, W. G. and H. H. Hill. Pasture production as affected by type and chemical composition of the soil. Technical Bulletin No. 78, 14 pages, 1941.

Eheart, J. F. and A. D. Pratt. The digestibility and utilization by dairy cows of nutrients from fertilized and unfertilized bluegrass pastures. Technical Bulletin No. 81, 28 pages, 1942 (joint with Dairy Dept.).

Hill, H. H. The effect of rye, lespedeza, and cowpeas when used as cover crops and incorporated with the soil on the leachings from Dunmore Silt Loam soil. Technical Bulletin No. 83, 16 pages, 1943.

Price, N. O., W. N. Linkous and H. H. Hill. Mineral constituents and protein content of certain grasses and legumes grown in pure stands on three soil types. Technical Bulletin No. 102, 13 pages, 1946.

Shaw, W. M., W. H. MacIntyre and H. H. Hill. The conservation of calcium and magnesium from inputs of burnt lime, limestone, dolomite, and dicalcium silicate, as influenced by rte and frequency of liming and by zone of incorporation. A twenty-year lysimeter experiment on two soil types at the Tennessee and Virginia stations. Technical Bulletin No. 112, (?) pages, 1949 (joint with Tennessee Agr. Exp. Station). (Juel Albert was recognized as Technician on the project). (The 20-year study began in 1924).

Price, N. O., W. N. Linkous and H. H. Hill. Absorption of minor elements by forage crops as influenced by fertilization and soils. Technical Bulletin No. 117, 14 pages, 1951.



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