Retired Faculty 1930's

 

Samuel D. Conner

1899 - 1936

Research Chemist

In 1912, Professor Conner discovered aluminum toxicity under certain soil conditions and of borax injury to corn from certain fertilizers that came into use during WWI. He was also a member of national and international societies devoted to chemistry and soil science and was a member of three committees within one such society at the time of his death.​


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