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School or College.—The above-mentioned Agricultural Department receives an annual grant from the County Council.

Agriculture.—A course of four lectures was given at one centre, a course of three lectures at another centre, and courses of two lectures at each of two other centres. Tbe average attendance was 22. Scholarships were awarded to five students to attend the courses in agriculture at Bangor.

Field Experiments.—Manurial experiments on swedes were carried out at two centres, and on the effect of change of "seed "on the potato crop at another centre. Charlock-spraying demonstra- . tions also took place at three centres, and spraying to prevent potato disease at another centre.

Experimental Farm. The experimental work carried out on the farm attached to the Agricultural Department of the University College of North Wales, Bangor, is for the benefit of this county, together with other counties in North Wales.

Dairying: Poultry Keeping.– Bee Keeping.– Farm Hygiene.Farriery.Manual Processes.Horticulture.-Two of the lectures enumerated under the head of agriculture had reference to the cultivation of vegetables and fruit-growing.

School or other Gardens.

Fruit-growing Stations.

Training of Elementary School Teachers.-A course of eight lectures on agricultural chemistry was given at one centre and was attended by 12 teachers.

BRECONSHIRE.

County Staff

See University College of Wales, Aberystwyth (page 21).

Organisation.—The agricultural education work of this county is carried out through the staff of the Agricultural Department of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth,

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Field Experiments.

Experimental Farm.-The experimental work carried out on the farm attached to the above college is for the benefit of this county together with other counties which support it.

Dairying.-Two scholarships are awarded tenable at the above college. In addition the travelling dairy school from Aberystwyth visited one centre for three weeks and gave instruction in butter-making. The total number of pupils who attended the course was 18.

Poultry Keeping. -
Bee Keeping. -
Farm Hygiene.-
Farriery.-
Manual Processes.-
Horticulture. -
School or other Gardens.-
Fruit-growing Stations.-
Training of Elementary School Teachers.-

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Experimental Farm.—The experimental work carried out on the farm attached to the Cniversity College of Wales, Aberystwyth, is for the benefit of this county together with others which contribute towards its maintenance.

Dairying.–
Poultry Keeping: -
Bee Keeping: -
Farm Hygiene.-

Farriery

Manual Processes.

Horticulture.

School or other Gardens.

Fruit-growing Stations.-
Training of Elementary School Teachers.-

CARMARTHENSHIRE.

County Staff
See University College of Wales, Aberystwyth (page 21).

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Organisation.—The agricultural education work of this county is conducted entirely through the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth.

School or College.—The Agricultural Department of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, receives an annual grant from the County Council.

Agriculture.—Courses of four lectures were given at four centres. Short course scholarships to Aberystwyth are also awarded to farmers' sons.

Field Experiments.—Experiments to test the manurial requirements of the soil were conducted at two centres, the crop being mangolds.

Experimental Farm.-An annual maintenance grant is given in respect of the experimental farm attached to the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and the experimental work carried out there is for the benefit of this county, together with others which contribute towards it.

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Field Experiments. These are conducted at 14 different centres, on the manurial requirements of the swede and hay crops, the value of a change of "seed” for potatoes, &c. Demonstrations in charlock spraying, and on the effects of spraying in checking potato disease, were also held.

Experimental Farm.-The work on the experimental farm attached to the University College of North Wales, Bangor, is conducted for the benefit of this county together with other counties in North Wales.

Dairying.

Poultry Keeping.–Two lectures were given at each of two centres, to an average attendance of 82.

Bee Keeping: -
Farm Hygiene.-

Farriery.

Manual Processes.

Horticulture.—Courses of one to three lectures were given at eight centres 15 lectures in all, to an average attendance of 47.

School or other Gardens. There was one garden attached to a Day school which was worked on the collective plot system. Twenty pupils received instruction.

Fruit-growing Stations.-
Training of Elementary School Teachers.-

DENBIGHSHIRE.

County Staff:
See University College of North Wales, Bangor (page 1).

Organisation. The agricultural education work of this county is conducted entirely through the University College of North Wales, Bangor.

School or College.—The Agricultural Department of the University College of North Wales, Bangor, receives an annual grant from the County Council.

Agriculture.-Courses of four lectures were given at ten centres, of three lectures at two centres, and of two lectures at two other centres, to an average attendance of 44. 25689

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