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61. Solar grain drying : progress and potential (id:CAT87209943)

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62. Solar-assisted combination grain drying : an economic evaluation (id:CAT87202116)

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63. Some insects injurious to stored grain (id:5421258)

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64. Start them early with whole grains (id:1759385)

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65. Stored-grain insects (id:CAT86866748)

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66. Stored-grain pests (id:ORC00000404)

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67. Strategies for survival by cooperative country elevators : revisited (id:20812)

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68. Transportation of U.S. grains : a modal share analysis, 1978-2004 (id:46314)

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69. The U.S. cash grain trade : participants, transactions, and information sources, 1974- (id:CAT78693715)

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70. The U.S. grain consumption landscape : who eats grain, in what form, where, and how much? (id:20591)

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71. The U.S. grain consumption landscape : who eats grain, in what form, where, and how much? (id:19453)

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72. U.S. grain imports by developing countries (id:CAT30947764)

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73. Webworms injurious to cereal and forage crops and their control (id:ORC00000403)

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74. Whole grains make a difference (id:1759383)

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75. World grain stocks : where they are and how they are used (id:CAT10412979)

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76. The chinch bug and its control (id:ORC00000309)

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77. The corn and cotton wireworm in its relation to cereal and forage crops, with control measures (id:ORC00000319)

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78. An econometric analysis of Canadian grains and oilseeds (id:CAT82766951)

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79. The green-bug or spring grain-aphis : how to prevent its periodical outbreaks (id:33485)

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80. An interregional analysis of the U.S. grain-marketing industry, 1966/67 (id:CAT72342378)