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61. Marketing western and central New York cabbage, summary of the 1935-36 season (id:52659)

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62. Cabbage: a review on marketing western and central New York cabbage for the season 1934-35 (id:52658)

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63. Review marketing western New York cabbage, season 1933-34 (id:52657)

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64. Marketing western and central New York cabbage, summary of the 1932-33 season (id:52656)

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65. Marketing western and central New York cabbage, summary of the 1931-32 season (id:52655)

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66. Marketing western and central New York cabbage, summary of the 1930-31 season (id:52654)

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67. Marketing western New York cabbage, summary of the 1929-30 season (id:52653)

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68. Marketing western New York cabbage, summary of the 1928-29 season (id:52652)

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69. Marketing western New York cabbage, season 1927-28 (id:52651)

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70. Marketing New York cabbage, summary of 1926-27 season (id:52650)

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71. Marketing New York cabbage (season 1925-26) (id:52649)

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72. Western and central New York cabbage deal (season 1924-1925) (id:52648)

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73. Western and central New York cabbage deal, season 1923-24 (id:52647)

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74. Western and central New York cabbage deal, season 1922-23 (id:52646)

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75. Harlequin cabbage bug and its control (id:ORC00000351)

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76. Preservation of vegetables by fermentation and salting (id:ORC00000283)

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77. Experiment station work, XLII : Extension of rice culture, laxative properties of wheat bran, growing seed potatoes under mulch, emmer as a feeding stuff, manure as a summer mulch in forcing houses, roots for farm animals, cabbage as stock feed, renewal of old orchards, pasturing hogs, injury by Bordeaux mixture, cull beans as a feed for hogs, gluten flours and similar foods, healthy poultry (id:ORC00000103)