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SUMMARY OF PUBLICATIONS:
Chemistry Department - Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station


Special Articles in the Annual Reports:

Herrick, S. K. Nitrogen availabilities by modification of the alkaline permanganate method. Pages 27-30 annual report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1906.

Price, H. L. and W. B. Ellett. First report on the culture and analysis of French cider apples in Virginia. Pages 39-54, annual report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1908 (joint with Horticulture). (A notation indicates that most of the work was done by Associate Chemists S. K. Herrick and H. H. Hill).

Moncure, W. A. P. and W. B. Ellett. The domination of fermentation by the use of selected yeasts. Pages 99-122, annual report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1908 (joint with Horticulture).

Ellett, W. B. and H. H. Hill. Contribution to the study of phosphoric acid in soils and fertilizers. Pages 44-46, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1909-1910.

Ellett, W. B. and H. H. Hill. A study of the effect of fertilizers on the soluble plant food in the soil and on the crop yield. Pages 116-32, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1911-1912.

Hill, H. H. The Determination of nitrates in soils and soil extracts. Pages 133-44, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1911-1912.

Ellett, W. B. On the disappearance of soil nitrogen, a paper presented at the Conference of Southeastern Experiment Station workers, Knoxville, Tennessee. April 29-30, 1919. Pages 26-28, Annual Report of the Virginia Agriculture Experiment Station, 1918-1919.

Hill, H. H. Two methods for determining borax in mixed fertilizers compared. Pages 28-32, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1918-1919.

Ellett, W. B. and M. P. Miller. The removal of spray residues from apples. Pages 142-148, Annual Report of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1919-1927 (joint with Horticulture).



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