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1. Barley : culture, uses, and varieties (id:ORC00000511)

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2. Canadian field peas (id:ORC00000068)

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3. Cassava (id:ORC00000048)

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4. Experiment station work, LVII : a perfect stand of corn, fleshing horses for market, protection of seed corn, fertility and hatching of eggs, clover-seed production, marketing of eggs, home-grown feeds for hogs, cement silos (id:ORC00000150)

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5. Experiment station work, LX : commercial bean growing, stallion legislation, digestion experiments with range forage crops, tests for casein in milk (id:ORC00000156)

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6. 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)

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7. Foxtail millet : its culture and utilization in the United States (id:ORC00000217)

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8. Milo as a dry-land grain crop (id:ORC00000188)

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9. Red clover (id:ORC00000172)

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10. Sweet potatoes (id:ORC00000037)

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11. Velvet beans (id:ORC00000235)

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12. Winter emmer (id:ORC00000177)

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13. The dasheen : a southern root crop for home use and market (id:ORC00000441)