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1. Using bio-tech to keep alfalfa competitive (id:15084)

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2. Feedstocks for biofuels (id:IND93048081)

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3. Birdsfoot trefoil and big trefoil (id:CAT87215465)

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4. The ryegrasses (id:ORC00000598)

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5. Crotalaria, a new legume for the South (id:CAT87212532)

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6. Cultivated grasses of secondary importance (id:ORC00000492)

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

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8. Alsike clover (id:ORC00000325)

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9. Purple vetch (id:ORC00000236)

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10. Horse beans (id:ORC00000237)

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11. Velvet beans (id:ORC00000235)

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12. Sweet clover : utilization (id:ORC00000219)

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

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14. The clover leafhopper and its control in the central states (id:ORC00000321)

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15. Commercial varieties of alfalfa (id:ORC00000193)

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16. Grasshopper control in relation to cereal and forage crops (id:ORC00000374)

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17. The alfalfa weevil and methods of controlling it (id:ORC00000340)

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18. The choice of crops for alkali land (id:ORC00000174)

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19. Experiment station work, XLVI : fish fertilizer, anesthetics in forcing plants, reclamation of salt marshes, fattening cattle for market, bermuda hay cotton-seed meal and corn silage for cows, protein content of forage crops, quality in wheat, carbonated milk, potato spraying, preservation of fence posts (id:ORC00000113)

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20. Experiment station work, XLVIII : plant breeding on the farm, forage crops for pigs, sorghum for silage, market classes and grades of horses and mules, dry rot of corn, starch from sweet potatoes, profitable and unprofitable cows, profits from tomato growing, the keeping of apples, blackhead in turkeys, weed seeds in feeding stuffs, an improved hog cot (id:ORC00000118)