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1. Adjusting corn belt farming to meet corn-borer conditions (id:ORC00000449)

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2. The sorghum midge : with suggestions for control (id:ORC00000494)

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3. The European corn borer : its present status and methods of control (id:ORC00000525)

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4. Control of sugar-beet nematode by crop rotation (id:ORC00000431)

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5. Preventing damage by termites or white ants (id:ORC00000304)

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6. Control of the codling moth in the Pacific Northwest (id:ORC00000354)

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7. The Mexican bean beetle in the East (id:ORC00000399)

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8. The boll-weevil problem (id:35023)

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9. The corn earworm : its ravages on field corn and suggestions for control (id:ORC00000429)

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10. The wheat strawworm and its control (id:ORC00000416)

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11. The European corn borer and its control (id:ORC00000476)

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

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13. Dodder (id:ORC00000464)

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14. The beet leaf-beetle and its control (id:33491)

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15. The southern pine beetle : a menace to the pine timber of the southern states (id:ORC00000293)

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16. California oak worm (id:ORC00000356)

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

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18. How insects affect the rice crop (id:ORC00000305)

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19. The aspen borer and how to control it (id:ORC00000326)

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20. Control of the onion thrips (id:ORC00000276)