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1. Management of bean root rots by cultural practices (id:IND23299642)

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

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3. Agronomic work on the Big Spring, Tex., Field Station--1915-1929 (id:ORC00000570)

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

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5. Muskmelons (id:ORC00000361)

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6. Preventing damage by termites or white ants (id:ORC00000304)

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7. Soil productivity as affected by crop rotation (id:ORC00000509)

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8. Quackgrass (id:ORC00000413)

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9. Cotton diseases and their control (id:ORC00000292)

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

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

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

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13. Crop systems for Arkansas (id:ORC00000533)

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14. Farm practices that increase crop yields in Kentucky and Tennessee (id:ORC00000539)

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15. Farm practices that increase crop yields: the Gulf Coast region (id:ORC00000540)

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

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17. The boll weevil problem : with special reference to means of reducing damage (id:ORC00000138)

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18. Oats : growing the crop (id:ORC00000155)