Introduced by ROY HAY
Advances in Antirrhinums: RON GARDNER , Director of the Lee Valley Experimental Horticulture Station in Hertfordshire, reviews the latest developments in the growing of this flower for cutting and garden decoration
Glasshouse Gems: JOHN WARREN of the Riseholme Farm Institute, Lincolnshire, deals with some outstanding glasshouse plants
Introduced by Bill HARTLEY
The Motorist and the Budget: a comment by L. G. T. FARMER, President of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders
Colour in Motion: Some recent findings by ALBERT GARRETT , a Colour and Design Consultant The Problem of Noise: a report by Dr. A. FOGG , Director of the Motor Industry Research Association
Your Letters: a selection from the post-bag
L. G. T.
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