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Agriculture.-A course of four lectures was given at each of six centres, of two lectures at each of four other centres, while single lectures were given at eight other centres. The average attendance was 41.
Field Experiments.-- These were conducted at four centres. An experiment to test the effect of change of “ seed” on the potato crop was carried out at one centre, a charlock spraying test at another, and spraying for the prevention of potato disease at two others. Reports dealing with these experiments, as well as reports of other experiments carried out in North Wales by other County Councils, are distributed in English and Welsh throughout the county.
Experimental Farm.—The experimental work carried out on the farm attached to the University College of North Wales, Bangor, is for the benefit of this county, together with other counties in the north of Wales.
School or other Gardens.
Training of Elementary School Teachers.
See the University Colleges of Bangor and Aberystwyth
(pages 1 and 21).
Organisation. The agricultural education work of this county is conducted partially through the University College of Bangor and partially through the University College of Aberystwyth.
School or College.—The above colleges are made use of by the county from time to time as required.
Agriculture.-Courses of lectures were given throngh the above colleges at ten centres. Eight scholarships were offered to farmers' sons to enable them to attend the agricultural courses at Aberystwyth.
Field Experiments. - Manurial experiments were carried out on the hay crop at three centres, and on potato varieties at three other centres.
Experimental Farm. - This county subsidises the experimental farm connected with the University College of Wales at Aberystwyth, and the experiments carried out there are for the benefit of this county with others which similarly assist.
Dairying.-One lecture was given at one centre through the college at Aberystwyth. Five scholarships were offered to students to enable them to attend the dairy course held at Aberystwyth.
Poultry Keeping.-Courses of four lectures were given at two centres through the University College of Bangor, to an average attendance of 34. A course of six lectures and four demonstrations was also given at one centre through the University College of Aberystwyth, to an average attendance of 50.
Bee Keeping.–Courses of two lectures were given at two centres through the University College of Aberystwyth.