Faculty Emeritus 1930's

Samuel D. Conner
Research Chemist
1899 - 1936

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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