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1. Insects and diseases of the pecan and their control (id:ORC00000512)

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2. Grasshoppers and their control (id:ORC00000482)

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3. Parasites and predators of the Mexican bean beetle in the United States (id:ORC00000574)

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4. The serphoid and chalcidoid parasites of the hessian fly (id:CAT87206506)

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

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6. Insects attacking the peach in the South and how to control them (id:ORC00000538)

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7. The sorghum midge : with suggestions for control (id:ORC00000494)

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

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9. Homes for birds (id:ORC00000362)

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10. Control of the codling moth in the Pacific Northwest (id:ORC00000354)

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

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12. Mouse control in field and orchard (id:ORC00000417)

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13. The boll-weevil problem (id:35023)

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14. The corn earworm : its ravages on field corn and suggestions for control (id:ORC00000429)

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15. The wheat strawworm and its control (id:ORC00000416)

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16. American moles as agricultural pests and as fur producers (id:ORC00000370)

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

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18. The red-necked raspberry cane-borer (id:34089)

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19. Corn earworm as an enemy of vetch (id:ORC00000297)

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20. Insects injurious to deciduous shade trees and their control (id:ORC00000330)

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21. The beet leaf-beetle and its control (id:33491)

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22. The green-bug or spring grain-aphis : how to prevent its periodical outbreaks (id:33485)

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23. The potato leafhopper and its control (id:ORC00000311)

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24. California oak worm (id:ORC00000356)

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25. Control of aphids injurious to orchard fruits, currant, gooseberry and grape (id:ORC00000332)

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26. The aspen borer and how to control it (id:ORC00000326)

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27. How to control billbugs destructive to cereal and forage crops (id:ORC00000274)

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28. The flat-headed apple-tree borer (id:33829)

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29. The striped cucumber beetle and its control (id:ORC00000343)

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30. The sweet-potato weevil and its control (id:33094)

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31. Control of the melon aphis : attacks cucumbers, melons, other cucurbits, cotton, oranges, etc (id:ORC00000231)

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32. Spraying for the control of insects and mites attacking citrus trees in Florida (id:ORC00000373)

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33. The southern corn rootworm and farm practices to control it (id:ORC00000241)

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34. The wheat jointworm and its control (id:ORC00000275)

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35. How insects affect the cotton plant and means of combating them (id:ORC00000371)

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36. The asparagus beetles and their control (id:ORC00000268)

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37. The common mealy bug and its control in California (id:ORC00000272)

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38. The rough-headed corn stalk-beetle in the southern states and its control (id:ORC00000270)

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39. Cutworms and their control in corn and other cereal crops (id:ORC00000287)

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

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41. Wireworms destructive to cereal and forage crops (id:ORC00000208)

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42. The common cabbage worm (id:ORC00000200)

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43. The fall army worm, or "grass worm", and its control (id:ORC00000196)

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44. The true army worm and its control (id:ORC00000337)

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45. Grasshoppers and their control on sugar beets and truck crops (id:5420755)

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46. The San Jose scale and its control (id:ORC00000225)

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47. The apple-tree tent caterpillar (id:32954)

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48. The roundheaded apple-tree borer (id:32951)

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

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50. The larger corn stalk-borer (id:ORC00000256)

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51. Common white grubs (id:ORC00000295)

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52. Experiment station work, LXXVI : compiled from the publications of the agricultural experiment stations : the farm water supply, sprouting oats for poultry, storage of potatoes, carbolic acid for contagious abortion, the meadow lark, egg production, cooling cream without ice (id:ORC00000380)

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53. Remedies and preventives against mosquitoes (id:ORC00000584)

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54. The San Jose scale: its native home and natural enemy (id:IND43637835)

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55. The grasshopper problem and alfalfa culture (id:ORC00000004)

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