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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


Author:
United States Office of Experiment Stations.
Source:
Farmers' bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ; no. 374 1909
Year:
1909
Subject:
Agriculture -- United States, soil inoculation, mycorrhizal fungi, liming, plant cultural practices, citrus fruits, pruning, nutritive value, feed quality, arid zones, forage grasses, cattle feeding, abortion (animals), lambing, animal feeding, poultry housing, flour, biscuits, and food research
Format:
32 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Collection:
Organic Roots Collection