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The work of the Central Peat Experimental Station of the Commissariat of Agriculture during the War.

, : The work of the Central Peat Experimental Station of the Commissariat of Agriculture during the War.. Sovetsk. Botan, 13: 1, 72-6

Part of the article discusses the importance of peat lands on account of the sphagnum moss growing on them. Composts of peat combined with lupins, dung, ash, phosphatite, or other materials-often obtainable locally-have been successfully used in place of artificial manures, and to supplement dung.


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