Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||P.J. Anderson, T.R. Swanback and O.E. Street|
|Series||Bulletin / Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 386, Bulletin (Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 386.|
|Contributions||Swanback, T. R. (Tore Robert), b. 1892, Street, Orman E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -608 :|
|Number of Pages||608|
Book Summary: The title of this book is Tobacco Substation at Windsor and it was written by Paul Johnson Anderson. This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Forgotten Books and has a total of 52 pages in the : To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today. The average donation is $ If everyone chips in $5, we can keep our website independent, strong and ad-free. Right now, a generous supporter will match your donation 2 Pages: The tobacco flea beetle, Epitrix parvula Fabr., was found in small nimibers on shade grown tobacco at the Station in Windsor. This is the first record of the occurrence of this species in Connecti- cut. Tobacco horn worms, Phlegethonfius quinquemaculata Haw., and P. sexta Johan., appeared in their usual numbers. Early New England settlers found the Windsor area's sandy loam the perfect soil for growing tobacco. Beginning in , Connecticut farmers imported tobacco seeds from Virginia and by the midth century the "Tobacco Valley," which ran from Springfield, Massachusetts, to Hartford, Connecticut, had become a center for cash-crop production. Commercial tobacco production .
We are excited to say that our second book Tobacco Sheds: Vanishing Treasures of the Connecticut River Valley has just been released. In addition, we were lucky enough to win An Archie Green Grant from the Library of Congress to collect the oral history of tobacco workers in the Valley. A strain of Cuban shade tobacco (4 R) highly resistant to black root rot (Thielavia basicola) [R.A.M., ix, p. ], but otherwise similar to ordinary plants of the same type, has been isolated and tested for two years in a Connecticut field where the disease was very severe. The seed was originally brought from Cuba, and the present stock is the progeny of one selected plant, so that the Author: J. G. Wolf. Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. New Haven, Connecticut. Bulle March by Report of the Tobacco Station at Windsor P.J. ANDERSON, N.T. NELSON and T. R. SWANBACK and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Windsor Substation steps-down power from 60 kV to 12 kV for local distribution. In the future, the substation will be upgraded to kV, and the step-down will be from kV to 12 kV. This project is located on a acre privately-owned parcel.
Unlike other departments of the Station, the Tobacco Substation at Windsor combines all research, working on a single plant. Pro- jects at the Substation include soil management, plant pathology, plant breeding and entomology. During the Substation issued a hand- book that gives growers adequate information on diseases of tobacco. The Nuway Tobacco Company is a Connecticut Domestic Profit Corporation filed on March 7, The company's filing status is listed as Active and its File Number is The Registered Agent on file for this company is James T Farrell and is located at Sullivan Ave S, Windsor, CT Founded: reviews of House of Windsor pipe tobacco. Browse Search Users Contact Us Reviews: Tobaccos: What's New Login Register. Tobaccos House of Windsor. Average Rating Display As; 19 blends reviews 4 star: 1 3 star: 8 2 star: 6 1 star: 4 Table Images: Showing 19 blends for House of Windsor. Blend Rev iews Avg Rating. Brianna E. Dunlap is a museum professional who has been at the Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum in Windsor since June Besides working for the museum, she is finishing her last year as a graduate student in public history at Central Connecticut State : TheHistoryPress.