Author:William Fream

William Fream
Agriculturist and author. Lecturer on Agricultural Entomology, University of Edinburgh. Agricultural Correspondent of The Times.[1][2]
This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "W. Fr."


  • The Tropical Agriculturist: a Monthly Record of Information for Planters of Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, Cinchona, Indiarubber, Sugar, Tobacco, Cardamoms, Palms, Rice and other Products suited for Cultivation in the Tropics in Nature (journal) 1883-09 (external scan)
  • The Rothamsted Grass Experiments 1 in Nature (journal) 1883-11 (external scan)
  • The Forest Lands of Finland in Nature (journal) 1883-11 (external scan)
  • An American Rothamsted in Nature (journal) 1884-01 (external scan)
  • Canadian agriculture: the eastern provinces, 1885 (external scan)
  • Across Canada: a report on its agricultural resources, 1886 (external scan)
  • The Rothamsted experiments on the growth of wheat, barley, and the mixed herbage of grass land, 1888 (external scan)
  • Elements of Agriculture, 1892 (external scan)
  • The complete grazier and farmers' and cattle-breeders' assistant; a compendium of husbandry, 1893 (external scan)
  • Soils and Their Properties, 1904 (external scan)



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