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21. An improved method of making sugar-beet sirup (id:ORC00000368)

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22. Pineapple culture in Florida (id:ORC00000424)

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23. Fall-sown oats (id:33680)

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24. Grain sorghums : how to grow them (id:ORC00000582)

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25. Peanut growing for profit (id:ORC00000334)

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26. Prairie rice culture in the United States (id:ORC00000387)

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27. Proso, or hog millet (id:ORC00000329)

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28. Angoumois grain moth (id:ORC00000327)

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29. Milo, a valuable grain crop (id:ORC00000333)

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30. Growing sugar cane for sirup (id:ORC00000384)

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31. Strawberry culture : South Atlantic and Gulf Coast regions (id:ORC00000559)

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32. Buckwheat (id:ORC00000350)

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33. Currants and gooseberries (id:ORC00000386)

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34. Onion diseases and their control (id:ORC00000352)

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35. Strawberry culture : eastern United States (id:ORC00000604)

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36. Strawberry culture : western United States (id:ORC00000316)

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37. Culture of the Logan blackberry and related varieties (id:ORC00000536)

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38. Purple vetch (id:ORC00000236)

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39. Soybeans in systems of farming in the cotton belt (id:ORC00000372)

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40. Controlling the clover-flower midge in the Pacific Northwest (id:33437)