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1. Pruning and its effect on yield of climbing snap beans (id:IND92036940)

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2. Muskmelons (id:ORC00000361)

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3. Control of brown-rot of prunes and cherries in the Pacific Northwest (id:33555)

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

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5. Apple-orchard renovation (id:34649)

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

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7. Control of apple powdery mildew (id:ORC00000534)

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

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9. Strawberry culture : South Atlantic and Gulf Coast regions (id:ORC00000559)

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10. Currants and gooseberries (id:ORC00000386)

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11. Strawberry culture : eastern United States (id:ORC00000604)

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12. Strawberry culture : western United States (id:ORC00000316)

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13. Culture of the Logan blackberry and related varieties (id:ORC00000536)

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14. Muscadine grapes (id:ORC00000213)

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15. Orchard barkbeetles and pinhole borers, and how to control them (id:ORC00000197)

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16. Pecan culture : with special reference to propagation and varieties (id:ORC00000323)

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17. Growing peaches : pruning, renewal of tops, thinning, interplanted crops, and special practices (id:ORC00000258)

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18. Experiment station work, LVI : incompatibles in fertilizer mixtures, destruction of ellworms in soil, pruning, principles of dry farming, bean anthracnose (id:ORC00000602)

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19. Experiment station work, LIII : inoculation and lime for alfalfa, preventing losses at lambing time, citrus culture in southern Texas, winter lambs for the Pacific Coast market, pruning rotundifolia grapes, feeding work horses, native hays of arid region, colony houses for poultry, bermuda grass, food of the crow blackbird, short v. long feeding of beef cattle, flour for baking powder biscuits, contagious abortion of cattle (id:ORC00000127)

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20. Home-grown tea (id:ORC00000106)