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1. Eliminating fruit and vegetable planting restrictions : how would markets be affected? (id:19376)

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2. Transplanting increases intra- and inter-specific bean survivorship in field plantings (id:IND20519386)

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3. American the beautiful: a tree planting program (id:IND20394082)

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4. Planting trees around your home and in your community (id:IND20394179)

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

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6. Soybeans : culture and varieties (id:ORC00000480)

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7. Orchard irrigation (id:ORC00000484)

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8. The dasheen : a southern root crop for home use and market (id:ORC00000441)

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9. Olive growing in the southwestern United States (id:ORC00000425)

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10. Fig growing in the South Atlantic and Gulf states (id:ORC00000280)

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

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

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

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14. Velvet beans (id:ORC00000235)

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15. The windbreak as a farm asset (id:ORC00000215)

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16. Advice to forest planters in the plains region (id:ORC00000246)

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17. Sugar-beet sirup (id:33346)

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18. The small vegetable garden : suggestions for utilizing limited areas (id:ORC00000267)

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19. Growing peaches : sites, propagation, planting, tillage, and maintenance of soil fertility (id:ORC00000259)

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20. Peanuts (id:ORC00000192)