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1. The control of root-knot (id:ORC00000005)

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2. The grasshopper problem and alfalfa culture (id:ORC00000004)

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3. The Russian thistle and other troublesome weeds in the wheat region of Minnesota and North and South Dakota (id:ORC00000012)

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4. The cause and prevention of pear blight (id:IND23334214)

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5. Some common birds in their relation to agriculture (id:ORC00000459)

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6. The black rot of the cabbage (id:ORC00000025)

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7. The Mexican cotton-boll weevil (id:32923)

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8. Insects injurious in cranberry culture (id:ORC00000051)

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

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10. The cotton bollworm : an account of the insect, with results of experiments in 1903 (id:ORC00000055)

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11. Essential steps in securing an early crop of cotton (id:ORC00000064)

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12. Experiment station work, XXXII : lime and clover, damaged wheat as feed, plant food requirements of fruit trees, bedding for cows, apple growing in New York, care of cream on the farm, running out of seed wheat, paying the patrons of creameries, tobacco seed selection, gassy fermentation of Swiss cheese, cover crop for tobacco fields, cereal breakfast foods, yeast as a desinfectant (id:ORC00000074)

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13. The control of the boll weevil, including results of recent investigations (id:ORC00000063)

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14. The cotton bollworm : some observations and results of field experiments in 1904 (id:ORC00000061)

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

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16. Experiment station work, XL : insoluble phosphates, soluble oils for San Jose scale, forms and methods of applying lime, corn as food for man, sediment in irrigation water, storing preserves and canned goods, hardy Bermuda grass, incubation of chickens, Williamson method of corn culture, prevention of nodule disease in lambs, killing sassafras sprouts, some milk terms (id:ORC00000095)

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17. The cotton bollworm : a summary of its life history and habits, with some results of investigations in 1905 and 1906 (id:ORC00000099)

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18. A method of eradicating Johnson grass (id:ORC00000094)

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19. The boll weevil problem : with special reference to means of reducing the damage (id:ORC00000122)

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20. Cotton improvement under weevil conditions (id:ORC00000129)