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University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture / Attend the winter course. Catalog of the short course, 1930-31
([1930])

Departments of instruction,   pp. 27-38 ff. PDF (2.2 MB)


Page 35


WINTER COURSES IN AGRICULTURE
                  Parliamentary Practice
              ASSISTANT PROFESSOR KIVLIN
  Parliamentary Practice. A working knowledge of the rudi-
ments of parliamentary practice is of inestimable value to ev-
ery young man. This course gives practice' in the organiza-
tion and handling of public meetings, farmers' clubs, public
speaking and debating.
  First Year-Principles of parliamentary practice and de-
bating. Mr. Kivlin.
  Second Year-Review   parliamentary  practice.  Organiza-
tion of farmers' clubs, public speaking. Time to be arranged.
Mr. Kivlin.
                      Plant Pathology
                  PROFESSOR VAUGHAN
  The limiting of the yield of all farm crops by disease is a
present day problem  of the farmer. Their control becomes
more important as our lands are farmed more intensively.
  Plant Disennex. The symptoms of the common and more im-
portant plant disease's of Wisconsin crops are studied that one
may recognize them at sight. Attention is given to the dis-
eases of field crops, grains, fruits, potatoes, and of other hor-
ticultural crops. Control measure and their application are' em-
phasized.
  Individual laboratory work aims to give first hand ac-
quaintance with the symptoms of the diseased plants and the
characters of the parasitic fungi and bacteria causing the dis-
eases, including methods of over-wintering, spread and con-
trol. Mr. Vaughan.
SHORT COURSE LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS
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