Select Standing Committee on Agriculture and Colonization. 1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 very often destroy the plant by breaking this crown, the Brome grass has its roots two or three inches ... We have at Indian Head and Brandon, collections of trees and shrubs and test all the different varieties which are likely to be hardy. ... At Agassiz, the furthest west of the experimental farms, there are about 325 acres of valley lands and about 700 or 800 acres of mountain land belonging to the farm.
|Title||:||Report of the Select Standing Committee on Agriculture and Colonization|
|Author||:||Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Standing Committee on Agriculture and Colonization|