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1. Agrostological notes (id:5420842)

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2. Aristida purpurea nutt., and its allies (id:5420841)

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3. Bermuda grass (id:5420838)

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4. List of the publications of the Division of Agrostology (id:5420843)

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5. New or little-known grasses (id:5420837)

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6. Range grass and forage plant experiments at Highmore, S. Dak.--Report of progress (id:5420840)

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7. Some Arizona grasses (id:5420839)

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8. The grasses in Elliott's "Sketch of the botany of South Carolina and Georgia." (id:5420836)

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9. Agrostological notes (id:5420834)

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10. Cowpeas and corn for silage and fodder : observations on corn and pea stover (id:5420830)

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11. Grasses and fodder plants on the Potomac flats (id:5420835)

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12. New or little-known Mexican grasses (id:5421014)

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13. Rescue grass : Bromus Unioloides (Willd.) HBK (id:5420833)

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14. Turkestan alfalfa : (Medicago sativa var. Turkestanica) (id:5420832)

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15. Turkestan alfalfa : (Medicago sativa var. Turkestanica.) (id:5420831)

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16. Cooperative range grass and forage plant experiments at Highmore, S. Dak (id:5420827)

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17. Crimson clover (id:5421008)

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18. Experiments with forage plants in Ontario (id:5421015)

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19. The Flat pea (id:5420991)

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20. Florida beggar weed : Also known as beggar weed, Florida clover, giant beggar weed. (Desmondium Tortuosum) (id:5420994)