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Albrecht, William Wikipedia (en) German National Library

Albrecht, William A. 1888-1974 ISNI-test German National Library

Albrecht, William Albert (1888- ). NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

Albrecht, William A. (William Albert), 1888-1974 Library of Congress/NACO

Albrecht, William A. (William Albert), 1888- National Library of Australia

VIAF ID: 65501723 (Personal)


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Albrecht papers xR Extended Titles-test Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO
animals recognize good soil treatment Wikipedia (en)
balanced soil fertility - less plant pests and disease Wikipedia (en)
biosynthesis of amino acids according to soil fertility Wikipedia (en)
, journal of applied nutrition, 1968* Wikipedia (en)
Man's role in changing the face of the earth NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
, manuscript, 1968* Wikipedia (en)
mobilizing the fertilizer resources of our nation's soil Wikipedia (en)
more and better proteins make better food and feed Wikipedia (en)
, natural food and farming, 1967* Wikipedia (en)
nature teaches health via nutrition Wikipedia (en)
nitrogen, proteins and people Wikipedia (en)
our teeth and our soils Wikipedia (en)
pastures and soils Wikipedia (en)
physical, chemical, and biochemical changes in the soil community Wikipedia (en)
potassium bearing minerals as soil treatments Wikipedia (en)
potassium helps put more nitrogen into sweetclover Wikipedia (en)
potassium in the soil colloid complex and plant nutrition Wikipedia (en)
protein deficiencies via soil deficiencies Wikipedia (en)
proteins are becoming scarcer Wikipedia (en)
proteins, the struggle for them by all forms of life, premised on the fertility of the soil Wikipedia (en)
reconstructing the soils of the world to meet human needs Wikipedia (en)
red clover suggests shortage of potash Wikipedia (en)
, rock products, 1963* Wikipedia (en)
should farmers receive tax allowance for soil-building? Wikipedia (en)
soil acidity as calcium (fertility) deficiency Wikipedia (en)
soil and livestock work together Wikipedia (en)
the soil as a farm commodity or a factory Wikipedia (en)
the soil as the basis of wildlife Wikipedia (en)
soil fertility - a weapon against weeds Wikipedia (en)
soil fertility and our national future Wikipedia (en)
soil fertility and the quality of seeds Wikipedia (en)
soil fertility: its climatic pattern Wikipedia (en)
soil fertility, the power control of agricultural creation Wikipedia (en)
soil management by nature or by man? Wikipedia (en)
soil organic matter and ion availability for plants Wikipedia (en)
soil science looks to the cow Wikipedia (en)
soils, nutrition and animal health Wikipedia (en)
soils - their effects on the nutritional values of foods Wikipedia (en)
some rates of fertility decline Wikipedia (en)
some significant truths about the good earth Wikipedia (en)
taking our soil for granted Wikipedia (en)
there is no substitute for soil fertility Wikipedia (en)
thin roots are searching for, thick roots are finding, soil fertility Wikipedia (en)
too much nitrogen or not enough else? Wikipedia (en)
trace elements, allergies, and soil deficiencies Wikipedia (en)
trace elements and the production of proteins Wikipedia (en)
use extra soil fertility to provide protein Wikipedia (en)
the value of organic matter Wikipedia (en)
variable levels of biological activity in sanborn field after fifty years of treatment Wikipedia (en)
vegetable crops in relation to soil fertility-v. calcium contents of green leafy vegetable Wikipedia (en)
war: some agricultural implications Wikipedia (en)
water: an american problem Wikipedia (en)
we are what we eat Wikipedia (en)
, western livestock journal, 1962* Wikipedia (en)
wgn farm hour interview Wikipedia (en)
why be a friend of the land? Wikipedia (en)
why do farmers plow? Wikipedia (en)
why your cattle break through the fence Wikipedia (en)

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