The large number of reports which are grouped here rather belie the scarcity and poverty of Nyasaland's natural resources. The most extensive are Agriculture, Veterinary, and the Geological Survey. From 1944 onwards the Agriculture reports are divided in two, with Part II generally being devoted to Experimental Work. The early Agriculture reports also include some coverage of Veterinary and Forestry work, which later became separate reports. Natural Resources with regard to Arable and Animal Husbandry is a broad category which incorporporates reports upon the Provincial Natural Resources Board, Agriculture, Agricultural Production and Marketing Board, Veterinary, Animal Husbandry Research, Game, Fish and Tsetse Control, Fisheries Research, Tea Research Station, Lands and Survey, and Forestry.