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1. Hairy vetch, sand vetch, or Russian vetch : (Vicia villosa.) (id:5420966)

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2. Note on experimental grass gardens (id:5420964)

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3. Saltbushes (id:5420968)

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4. Renewing of worn-out native prairie pastures (id:5420973)

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5. Renewing of worn-out native prairie pastures (id:5420976)

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6. Studies on American grasses (id:5420534)

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7. Cowpeas : (Vigna catjang) (id:5420979)

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8. Experiments in range improvements (id:5420987)

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9. Gram, chick-pea, or Idaho pea (id:5420983)

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10. The cultivated vetches (id:5420982)

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

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12. Crimson clover (id:5421008)

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

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14. The Flat pea (id:5420991)

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

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16. Grass and forage plant investigations on the Pacific coast (id:5420828)

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17. New species of North American grasses (id:5420988)

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18. New species of North American grasses (id:5420844)

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19. Poa fendleriana and its allies (id:5420990)

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20. Progress of experiments in forage crops and range improvement in Abilene, Tex (id:5420829)