William Gammie Ogg

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Sir William Gammie Ogg (1891–1979) was a British horticultural scientist and Director of Rothamsted Experimental Station[1][2][3]


  1. ^ "The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography". 2004. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/31512.  edit
  2. ^ Ogg, W. G.; Ainsworth, G. C.; Cuthbertson, D. P.; Scott-Watson, J. (1953). "Discussion on Organic Manures and Fertilizers and the Production and Composition of Food for Man and Animals". Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 46 (9): 791–798. PMC 1918656. PMID 13100425.  edit
  3. ^ Ogg, W. G. (1947). "Soils and health". Advancement of science 4 (15): 265–272. PMID 20265515.  edit