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1. Celebrating America's unique apple diversity : selected literature (id:7016554)

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2. Marketing New York State Apples, Cabbage, Corn, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Onions, Potatoes, 1994 Crop (id:CAT40002762)

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3. Apple import demand : four markets for U.S. fresh apples (id:CAT91952773)

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4. Marketing Michigan Apples, 1977 Crop (id:CAT40002625)

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5. Marketing Michigan Apples, 1976 Crop (id:CAT40002624)

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6. Marketing Michigan Apples, 1975 Crop (id:CAT40002623)

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7. Marketing Michigan Apples, 1974 Crop (id:CAT40002622)

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8. High-density apple orchards : planning, training, and pruning (id:CAT87208509)

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9. Marketing Northwest apples (id:CAT78696946)

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10. Marketing Michigan Apples, 1973 Crop (id:CAT40002621)

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11. Marketing Michigan Apples, 1972 Crop (id:CAT40002620)

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12. Sampling for objective estimates of apple yields, Virginia, 1969 (id:27957)

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13. Marketing Michigan Apples, 1971 Crop (id:CAT40002619)

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14. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1970 Season (id:CAT40002618)

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15. Sampling for objective yields of apples and peaches, Virginia, 1967-68 (id:27962)

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16. Variables affecting film permeability requirements for modified-atmosphere storage of apples (id:CAT71326436)

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17. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1969 Season (id:CAT40002617)

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18. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1968 Season (id:CAT40002616)

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19. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1966 Season (id:CAT40002615)

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20. Research report on Virginia apple objective count surveys (id:28035)

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21. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1964 Season (id:CAT40002614)

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22. Apples in appealing ways (id:1789377)

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23. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1963 Season (id:CAT40002613)

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24. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1962 Season (id:CAT40002612)

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25. Farm prices of apples for canning and freezing, United States, 1951-61 (id:CAT87201920)

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26. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1961 Season (id:CAT40002611)

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27. Film permeability requirements for storage of apples (id:CAT87201200)

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28. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1960 Season (id:CAT40002610)

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29. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1959 Season (id:CAT40002609)

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30. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1958 Season (id:CAT40002608)

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31. Populations of the oriental fruit moth in peach and apple orchards in the eastern states (id:CAT87201125)

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32. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1957 Season (id:CAT40002607)

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33. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1956 Season (id:CAT40002606)

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34. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1955 Season (id:CAT40002605)

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35. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of the 1954 Season (id:CAT40002604)

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36. Some changes in eastern apples during storage (id:CAT87201212)

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37. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of 1953 Season (id:CAT40002603)

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38. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, 1951 Season (id:CAT40002602)

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39. Marketing Michigan apples (id:CAT78696929)

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40. Farm-to-retail margins for Appalachian apples marketed in Pittsburgh, 1949-50 season (id:CAT87210329)

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41. Fruit thinning with chemical sprays (id:CAT87217475)

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42. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, 1950 Season (id:CAT40002601)

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43. Prepackaging apples at point of production (id:CAT87214243)

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44. Marketing changes for apples sold in Pittsburgh, December 1949-May 1950 (id:CAT87210328)

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45. Consumer preferences regarding apples and winter pears (id:CAT87210857)

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46. Marketing the Michigan Apples Crop, 1949 Season (id:CAT40002600)

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47. Farm-to-retail margins for Washington delicious apples marketed in Chicago, 1947-48 season (id:CAT87210883)

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48. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, 1948 Season (id:CAT40002599)

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49. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, 1947 Season (id:CAT40002598)

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50. Marketing northwestern apples (id:CAT31008100)

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51. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, 1946 Season (id:CAT40002597)

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52. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, 1945 Season (id:CAT40002596)

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53. Northwestern apples marketing summary (id:CAT31008098)

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54. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, A brief Review of the 1944 Season (id:CAT40002595)

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55. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, Brief Review of the 1943 Season (id:CAT40002594)

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56. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, Brief Review of the 1942 Season (id:CAT40002593)

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

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58. Investigations on the cause and control of biennial bearing of apple trees (id:CAT86200787)

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59. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, Brief Review of the 1941 Season (id:CAT40002592)

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

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61. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, Brief Review of the 1940 Season (id:CAT40002591)

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62. 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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63. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, Brief Review of the 1939 Season (id:CAT40002590)

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64. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, Brief Review of the 1938 Season (id:CAT40002589)

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65. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, Brief Review of the 1937 Season (id:CAT40002588)

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66. Removal of lead spray residues from apples grown in the Shenandoah-Cumberland Valley (id:CAT86200617)

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67. Incidence and development of apple scab on fruit during the late summer and while in storage (id:CAT86200558)

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68. Protection of apples and pears in transit from the Pacific Northwest during the winter months (id:CAT86200545)

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69. Apples, marketing Northwestern apples (id:CAT31008085)

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70. Influence of packing and handling methods on condition of apples barreled for export (id:CAT86200554)

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71. Marketing the Michigan Apple Crop, Brief Review of the 1936 Season (id:CAT40002587)

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72. Transportation of apples from the Shenandoah-Cumberland section to overseas markets (id:CAT86200518)

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73. Marketing Michigan Apples, 1934-1935 Season (id:CAT40002586)

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74. Marketing apples (id:CAT86200468)

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75. Soil moisture and irrigation investigations in Eastern apple orchards (id:CAT86200485)

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76. Marketing Michigan Apples, 1933-1934 Season (id:CAT40002585)

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77. Relation of leaf area and position to quality of fruit and to bud differentiation in apples (id:CAT86200332)

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78. Bruising and freezing of apples in storage and transit (id:CAT86200364)

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79. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of the 1931 Season (id:CAT40002584)

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80. Arsenical and other fruit injuries of apples resulting from washing operations (id:CAT86200239)

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81. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of the 1930 Season (id:CAT40002583)

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82. Marketing apples grown in the Cumberland-Shenandoah region of Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia (id:CAT86200228)

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

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84. The leaf hoppers attacking apple in the Ozarks (id:CAT86200257)

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85. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of the 1929 Season (id:CAT40002582)

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86. Marketing Michigan Apples, Summary of the 1928 Season (id:CAT40002581)

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87. The apple maggot (id:CAT86200063)

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88. Life history of the codling moth in Delaware (id:CAT86200039)

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89. Factors influencing the yield of apples in the Cumberland-Shenandoah region of Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia (id:CAT86200051)

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90. Marketing Northwestern apples (id:CAT31007919)

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91. Extent and causes of rejections of boxed apples from the state of Washington seasons 1922 to 1925 (id:CAT87217160)

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92. Apple blotch (id:ORC00000433)

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93. The control of apple scald with shredded oiled paper (id:CAT87217047)

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94. Apple scab (id:ORC00000432)

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95. Marketing Michigan apples, summary of ... season (id:CAT31002999)

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96. Michigan Apple Deal, 1925 Season (id:CAT40002580)

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97. A method for the control of crown gall in the apple nursery (id:CAT87217014)

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

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

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