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1. Lupines : new legumes for the South (id:ORC00000466)

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2. Ladino white clover for the northeastern states (id:ORC00000391)

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3. Pastures to hold and enrich the soil (id:ORC00000402)

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

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5. The ryegrasses (id:ORC00000598)

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6. Strawberry clover (id:ORC00000595)

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7. Growing and feeding grain sorghums (id:ORC00000514)

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8. Groups of plants valuable for wildlife utilization and erosion control (id:ORC00000575)

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9. Lespedeza (id:ORC00000589)

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10. Anthracnose as a cause of red-clover failure in the southern part of the clover belt (id:ORC00000430)

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

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12. Important cultivated grasses (id:ORC00000415)

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13. Alsike clover (id:ORC00000325)

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14. Rhodes grass (id:ORC00000282)

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15. Sweet clover on corn belt farms (id:ORC00000322)

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16. Purple vetch (id:ORC00000236)

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17. The control of the clover-flower midge (id:33432)

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18. The soy bean : its culture and uses (id:ORC00000240)

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

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20. Eradication of Bermuda Grass (id:ORC00000222)