Albert Howard - Publications


The following is a selection of publications by Albert Howard, including his better known works, and some lesser known publications. His knighthood was conferred in 1934, so in publications prior to that, he is not referred to as "Sir". Even subsequent to that, he did not always refer to himself as "Sir", as per his contribution to Nature in 1936, and his correspondence to the British Medical Journal in 1939. In the listings below, as far as known, in those from 1945 onwards, he is cited as "Sir Albert Howard", hence his authorship is not duplicated thereafter. See also External links section, where further publications by him may be read online.

  • Howard, Albert & Howard, Gabrielle L.C (1907), "Note on Immune Wheats", The Journal of Agricultural Science (Cambridge University Press) 2 (03): 278–280, doi:10.1017/S0021859600000575
  • Howard, Albert; Howard, Gabrielle L.C.; & Khan, Abdur Rahman (1910), The economic significance of natural cross-fertilization in India, India Dept. of Agriculture. Memoirs. Botanical series, Vol. III, (No.6) Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & Co.; London: W. Thacker & Co. (Published for the Imperial Department of Agriculture in India; Calcutta). Listing at Open Library
  • Howard, Albert (February 1921), "The Influence of Soil Factors on Disease Resistance", Annals of Applied Biology 7 (4): 373–389, doi:10.1111/j.1744-7348.1921.tb05525.x
  • Howard, Albert (Jan. 1, 1925), "The Effect of Grass on Trees", Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Containing Papers of a Biological Character 97 (683): 284–321, doi:10.1098/rspb.1925.0003, JSTOR 81054
  • Howard, Albert; and Howard, Gabrielle L.C (1929), The Development of Indian Agriculture, India of Today, Vol. VIII (2nd ed.), London: Humphrey Milford and Oxford University Press,, retrieved 9 August 2010
  • Howard, Albert; and Wad, Yeshwant D (1931), The Waste Products of Agriculture: Their Utilization as Humus, Oxford: Humphrey Milford & Oxford University Press,, retrieved 9 August 2010
  • Howard, Albert (29 February 1936), "Manufacture of Humus by the Indore Process", Nature 137 (3461): 363–363, doi:10.1038/137363b0,, retrieved 9 August 2010
  • Greenwell, Sir Bernard; Howard, Sir Albert; & Wrench, G.T. (February 1939), "Address to a Meeting of the Farmers' Club", Journal of the Farmers' Club (Part 1)
  • Howard, Albert (May 27, 1939), "Medical "Testament" on Nutrition (correspondence concerning the Cheshire Medical Testament on Nutrition)", British Medical Journal 1 (4090): 1106, doi:10.1136/bmj.1.4090.1106 (Registration to view BMJ articles is free).
  • Howard, Albert (July 29, 1939), ""Medical Testament" on Nutrition (correspondence)", British Medical Journal 2 (4099): 251, doi:10.1136/bmj.2.4099.251
  • Howard, Sir Albert (1943), An Agricultural Testament, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, archived from the original on 2 July 2010,, retrieved 9 August 2010 pdf per Special Rodale Press Edition, 1976.
  • Howard, Sir Albert & Howard, Louise E (1945), Farming and Gardening for Health or Disease, (Subsequently published as The Soil and Health), London: Faber and Faber Ltd,, retrieved 10 August 2010
  • Howard, Sir Albert (1945), "Introduction (Howard on earthworms)", The Formation of Vegetable Mould through the Action of Worms with Observation on their Habits, London: Faber and Faber,, retrieved 9 August 2010 (Howard's introduction to the 1945 publication of Charle's Darwins's book, first published in 1881).
  • . (April 1947), "Organic Campaign", Organic Gardening 10 (5)
  • . (September 1947), "The Animal As Our Farming Partner", Organic Gardening 11 (3),, retrieved 9 August 2010
  • . (November 1947), "How to Avoid a Famine of Quality", Organic Gardening 11 (5)
  • . (2006. First published 1947), The Soil and Health: A Study of Organic Agriculture, University Press of Kentucky, ISBN 978-0-8131-9171-3,, retrieved 9 August 2010 (Originally published by Faber & Faber in 1945 as Farming and Gardening for Health or Disease)

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