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1. Heat-treatment requirement for Canadian firewood : questions and answers (id:32782)

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2. Management of Seed Corn Maggot for Organic Snap Bean Production (id:IND44207407)

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3. Midsouth multistate evaluation of treatment thresholds for tarnished plant bug in flowering cotton (id:43270)

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4. Legume pipe - a time sensitive resource for the American bean industry (id:IND43940927)

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5. Field management of common bean bruchids by using selected phytochemicals in haricot bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) (id:IND43805522)

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6. On-farm evaluation of edible oils against bean bruchids (Acanthoscelides obtectus & Zabrotes subfasciatus) (id:IND43805526)

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7. Snap bean-aphid-virus complex: efficacy of neonicotinoid seed treatment to reduce the incidence of viruses (id:IND43758328)

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8. The search for resistance to the soybean aphid virus complex in snap beans (id:IND43757768)

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9. Effect of some insect repellent crops in reducing certain bean and snake cucumber insects and it's effect on yield (id:IND23284461)

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10. The coffee berry borer and coffee research at the United States Department of Agriculture (id:12559)

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11. Effect of some foliar treatment on the population density of some cowpea and bean insects and its effect on the yield (id:IND23284460)

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12. Host effects on bean foliage beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) emergence pattern in northern Tanzania (id:IND23288569)

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13. Developing bean foliage beetle management strategies with small scale bean growers in Tanzania (id:IND21814119)

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14. Control of bean diseases and insect pests using farmers' indigeneous methods (id:IND21814123)

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15. Bean sieving a possible method of controlling the common bean weevil Acanthoscelides obtectus (id:IND93044615)

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16. Economics of insect pest control on field beans (id:IND92013817)

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17. Technologies for maintaining food quality (id:IND89023163)

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18. Protecting future forests from insects (id:IND87016251)

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19. Tinkering with insects' bioclocks (id:IND87016238)

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20. Report of gypsy moth trapping work at Wendell State Forest, Wendell, Massachusetts, summer of 1945 (id:CAT40003234)