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  Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
 Decade: 1940-1949
 Year: 1941
 Collection: Government Documents A to Z Digitization Project
Tobacco cutworms and their control.

Tobacco cutworms and their control.

Date: 1941
Creator: Crumb, S. E. (Samuel Ebb)
Description: Describes the life cycle of the cutworm, the damage it causes to tobacco crops, and methods for control.
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The treatment of American foulbrood.

The treatment of American foulbrood.

Date: 1941
Creator: Hambleton, James I. (James Isaac), 1895-
Description: Describes the threat that American foulbrood can cause to bee colonies, and the steps beekeepers can take to treat the disease.
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Treatment of white pines infected with blister rust.

Treatment of white pines infected with blister rust.

Date: 1941
Creator: Martin, J. F.
Description: Describes the symptoms and treatment of blister rust disease on white pine trees.
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Trichinosis: a disease caused by eating raw pork.

Trichinosis: a disease caused by eating raw pork.

Date: February 1941
Creator: Schwartz, Benjamin, 1889-
Description: Describes the life cycle and treatment for trichnosis, a parasitic worm that humans ingest when eating pork that has not been properly cooked.
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The what and how of hybrid corn.

The what and how of hybrid corn.

Date: 1941
Creator: Richey, Frederick D. (Frederick David), b. 1884.
Description: Describes the process of creating hybrid corn on the farm; provides reasons for the hybridization of corn.
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The yellow chapote, a native host of the Mexican fruitfly.

The yellow chapote, a native host of the Mexican fruitfly.

Date: July 1941
Creator: Plummer, C. C.
Description: Describes the yellow chapote tree that grows in southern Texas and Mexico, its uses and benefits, and the damage that the Mexican fruitfly causes to the tree.
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