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1. Adjusting corn belt farming to meet corn-borer conditions (id:ORC00000449)

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2. The Great Basin wireworm in the Pacific Northwest (id:ORC00000451)

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3. The husker-shredder on eastern corn belt farms (id:33034)

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4. The European corn borer : its present status and methods of control (id:ORC00000525)

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5. Insect enemies of the flower garden (id:ORC00000434)

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6. The Mexican bean beetle in the East (id:ORC00000399)

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7. The European corn borer and its control (id:ORC00000476)

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8. Stored-grain pests (id:ORC00000404)

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9. How insects affect the rice crop (id:ORC00000305)

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10. Mushroom pests and how to control them (id:ORC00000216)

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11. The common cabbage worm (id:ORC00000200)

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12. The gipsy moth and the brown-tail moth, with suggestions for their control (id:ORC00000382)

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13. Common white grubs (id:ORC00000295)

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14. The more important insect and fungous enemies of the fruit and foliage of the apple (id:ORC00000204)

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15. Experiment station work, LXVII : screening cabbage seed beds, experiments in beef production, spraying apple orchards, preparation of choice hams, new type of spray nozzle, factors affecting fat in cream, preparation of corn for hogs (id:ORC00000179)

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16. The European corn borer : a menace to the country's corn crop (id:ORC00000006)