January 1957 – vol. 50, issue 1–22 DURING the past 3 years an average of two visits weekly have been made to a small experimental agricultural nursery of 6J acres in Ahmadi, Kuwait, Persian Gulf. A brief outline of the methods of cultivation and of the labour employed in this nursery might help a comparison with the practices in the United Kingdorn. (1) The nursery is surrounded mainly by tamarisk and prosopis trees to form a wind-... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.