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1. Further studies on the removal of spray residues from eastern-grown apples (id:CAT86200821)

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2. Apple varieties and important producing sections of the United States (id:ORC00000306)

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3. A comparative study of storage at 32 degrees and 36 degrees F. of apples grown in the Potomac River Valley (id:CAT86200771)

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4. Removing spray residue from apples and pears (id:ORC00000445)

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5. The apple maggot (id:CAT86200063)

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6. Apple blotch (id:ORC00000433)

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7. Apple scab (id:ORC00000432)

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8. Apple scald and its control (id:ORC00000395)

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9. The more important apple insects (id:ORC00000408)

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10. Control of apple powdery mildew (id:ORC00000534)

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11. Diseases of apples in storage (id:ORC00000328)

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12. Management of common storage houses for apples in the Pacific Northwest (id:ORC00000199)

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13. The leaf blister mite of pear and apple (id:ORC00000547)

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14. The apple-tree tent caterpillar (id:32954)

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15. The roundheaded apple-tree borer (id:32951)

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16. The more important insect and fungous enemies of the fruit and foliage of the apple (id:ORC00000204)

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17. Evaporation of apples (id:ORC00000100)

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18. The control of the codling moth and the apple scab (id:ORC00000080)

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19. The control of the codling moth (id:ORC00000050)