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1. "No-till" farming is a growing practice (id:45280)

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2. Seedling System, Fertilization, and Tillage Effects on Grain Yield of Dry Beans Under Rainfed Conditions in Aguascalientes, Mexico (id:IND44207388)

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3. Effects of indentation, tide ridging and tillage systems on seed yield of dry bean in the semiarid highland of Mexico (id:IND43940917)

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4. Tillage requirements for vegetables following winter annual grazing (id:30196)

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5. Tillage, humidity and fertilization effects on bean yield, charcoal rot incidence and pathogenicity of Macrophomina phaseolina (id:IND43940898)

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6. Tillage, pesticide and resistance management of white mold in dry bean (id:IND43805345)

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7. Biotic and edaphic factors affecting bean root rot (id:IND43757770)

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8. Chemigation with fungicide on beans using three water rates on conventional and no-till systems (id:IND23299747)

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

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10. Tillage and seed inoculation effects on bean and soybean root rot in two soils in Minnesota (id:IND23299693)

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11. A comparison of no till and conventional tillage systems on twelve white bean varieties (id:IND22077205)

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12. Developing bean foliage beetle management strategies with small scale bean growers in Tanzania (id:IND21814119)

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13. Tillage and cover crop management for snap bean production (id:IND93044605)

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14. A comparison of slit tillage and subsoiling in a subsurface hardpan soil (id:32010)

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15. Effect of tillage practices on root rot severity and yield of snap beans (id:IND91054074)

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16. Influence of soil preparation on N2 fixation of six bean lines (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) in Brazil (id:IND89038217)

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17. Growers report on problems and practices of dry bean production in North Dakota and Minnesota (id:IND89038240)

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18. Results of a survey of bean genotypes and production practices in Rwanda (id:IND88014175)

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19. Research and extension's role in the future of dry bean production (id:IND88014143)

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20. Rhizoctonia root rot in snap bean following corn with conservation tillage (id:IND88014198)

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21. Arid lands--questionable policies (id:IND88053422)

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22. Technology improves tillage and soil treatment (id:IND88053458)

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23. Why do landowners conserve soil? (id:IND88053437)

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24. Conservation tillage--a hot, new idea from the distant past (id:IND88053429)

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25. Effects of tillage and spacing on snap bean production (id:IND87043955)

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26. How to slow a 175-tons-a-second landslide (id:IND88053433)

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27. Some of the world's best farmland is here (id:IND88053414)

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28. You make a difference (id:IND88053457)

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29. The land is shaped by weather and climate (id:IND88053444)

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30. Double-cropping wheat and soybeans in the Southeast: input use and patterns of adoption (id:AGE86928278)

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31. The prospects for dry Phaseolus bean production in Britain (id:IND85067701)

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32. Interaction of genetic resistance to fusarium root rot with cultural practices in a white-seeded bush snap bean (id:IND85067663)

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33. 1983 corn and soybean production input and cropping practices in Illinois, Iowa and Missouri (id:22157)

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34. Making the most of soil and water; sound practices for the garden (id:IND79000686)

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35. Strip cropping for war production (id:ORC00000394)

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36. Grasshoppers and their control (id:ORC00000482)

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

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

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

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40. Plowing with moldboard plows (id:ORC00000454)

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41. Dry-farming methods and practices in wheat growing in the Columbia and Snake River Basins (id:33031)

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

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

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44. Muskmelons (id:ORC00000361)

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

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

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47. Quackgrass (id:ORC00000413)

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48. What tractors and horses do on corn-belt farms (id:ORC00000478)

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

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

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51. Green manuring (id:ORC00000367)

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52. Webworms injurious to cereal and forage crops and their control (id:ORC00000403)

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

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54. Pineapple culture in Florida (id:ORC00000424)

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55. Dry farming in western South Dakota (id:ORC00000461)

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

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

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

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59. Rhodes grass (id:ORC00000282)

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

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

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

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

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64. Crop systems for Arkansas (id:ORC00000533)

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

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

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67. Horse beans (id:ORC00000237)

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68. Velvet beans (id:ORC00000235)

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69. The bollworm or corn earworm (id:ORC00000273)

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

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

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

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

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

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75. Corn growing under droughty conditions (id:ORC00000198)

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

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77. The alfalfa weevil and methods of controlling it (id:ORC00000340)

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

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79. Basket willow culture (id:ORC00000263)

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80. Controlling Canada thistles (id:ORC00000381)

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

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

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83. Experiment station work, LIX : tillage v. sod mulch in orchards, blackleg of the Irish potato, ear characters of seed corn, progress in horse breeding, seed disinfection, sweet potatoes (id:ORC00000153)

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84. 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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85. The control of blowing soils (id:ORC00000154)

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86. Experiment station work, XLIX : conservation of soil resources, fig culture in the South, potato breeding, mushroom growing, disk-harrowing alfalfa, preserving wild mushrooms, the Montreal muskmelon, cooking beans and other vegetables, storage of hubbard squash, a model kitchen (id:ORC00000121)

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87. The eradication of bindweed, or wild morning-glory (id:ORC00000202)

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88. A method of eradicating Johnson grass (id:ORC00000094)

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89. Management of soils to conserve moisture : with special reference to semiarid conditions (id:ORC00000089)

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90. Soil fertility : an address delivered before the Rich Neck Farmers' Club, of Queen Anne County, Maryland (id:ORC00000436)

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91. Reasons for cultivating the soil (id:IND23311168)