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Rural planning : the social aspects of recreation places.
Describes the trend toward establishing planned recreation areas in rural communities, and the economic and social benefits they provide to farmers.
Weeds; and how to kill them.
Describes methods of eradicating weeds in general, as well as ten specific weeds that require special attention.
Winter forage crops for the South.
Discusses various forage crops grown for use in the South during winter months.
Silos and silage.
Discusses the construction and costs of silos as well as the selection, costs, and usage of silage crops.
Some essentials in beef production.
A guide to the selection of beef cattle for breeding and fattening.
Seed peas for the canner.
Describes the process of growing and selecting peas for canning.
Annual flowering plants.
A guide to growing and using numerous types of annual flowering plants. Includes recommendations for planting school gardens, and the use of hotbeds or cold frames.
Weeds used in medicine.
Lists and describes plants that are useful in "crude medicine" (or botanical medicine) to help the reader identify and use them.
Cabbage diseases.
Describes the sources and characteristics of cabbage diseases, and methods of control.
Alkali lands.
Summarizes an 1898 study of the problem of alkaline soil conditions as the result of irrigation in Montana.
Useful records for family farms.
Describes the different types of records that farmers utilize for proper farm management, including details about property, animals, feed, and income.
Cotton seed and its products.
Discusses cottonseed and its uses. Describes methods of manufacturing cottonseed products.
Using 2,4-D safely.
Describes the chemical broadleaf herbicide 2,4-D, and methods of applying it to prevent damage to farm crops, animals, and humans.
Seven ways to greater egg profit.
Describes seven best practices for managing chicken flocks and for collecting and storing eggs in order to produce Grade A eggs. The recommended practices are based on a study conducted in major egg-producing states in the midwestern United States.
Game laws for the season 1929-1930 : a summary of federal, state and provincial statutes.
Describes the laws and regulations regarding hunting and fishing in North America.
The windbreak as a farm asset.
Describes the benefits of the windbreak as a means to protect farm properties in the Plains region of the United States. Describes the effect of windbreaks on crop yields.
Powdery mildew of ornamental plants.
Describes the powdery mildew fungus and methods for its control.
Irrigation of field corn in the West.
Describes recommended methods for irrigating corn in arid and semiarid regions.
The husker-shredder on eastern Corn Belt farms.
Describes the uses and benefits of the corn husker-shredder. Includes a discussion of the costs involved in renting or buying a shredder.
Control of sugar-beet nematode by crop rotation.
Summarizes the results of several years of field investigations of the sugar-beet nematode. Describes its life cycle, host plants, causes of infestation, and methods of control.
Production of parsnips.
A guide to growing, harvesting, and storing parsnips.
Protect hardwood stands from grazing.
Describes the damage caused to farm woodlands by grazing livestock.
Selecting hens for egg production.
A guide to evaluating the health and maturity of a hen for the purpose of egg production.
Treatment and care of tree wounds.
Describes the causes of tree injuries and provides several methods of treatment for them.
Making vinegar in the home and on the farm.
A guide to making vinegar at home. Includes a description of the materials used and the process, as well as the federal regulations governing the manufacture and sale of vinegar in 1936.
Shortleaf pine.
Describes methods of soil building and intensive soil cultivation that lessen the need for clearing new land for crop production. Discusses ways to use timber as a source for farm income.
Preventing feed flavors and odors in milk.
Describes the causes of abnormal flavors and odors in milk; provides methods for ensuring the palatability of milk by controlling cattle feeds and production practices.
Effective haying equipment and practices for northern Great Plains and inter-mountain regions.
Describes best practices and equipment for handling hay in a cost-effective manner.
Maintaining the health of livestock in transit.
Describes best practices for transporting livestock, in order to ensure their health and safety.
Rabbit parasites and diseases.
Describes the causes, symptoms, and treatments for diseases and parasites affecting rabbits.
Range sheep production.
A guide to raising sheep for wool or meat. Describes various sheep breeds and the types of wool produced. Describes how to select, manage, and sell sheep or lambs, and how to prevent loss from diseases or other hazards.
Fall-sown oat production.
A guide to planting and harvesting fall-sown oats in the southern United States. Includes descriptions of oat varieties.
Algae in water supplies: an illustrated manual on the identification, significance, and control of algae in water supplies.
A manual designed to help "water analysts and others who deal with the many problems and effects associated with the presence of algae in water supplies."
Better feeding of livestock.
Discusses best practices in livestock feeding. Provides instructions for preparing feeds for various types of livestock on the farm.
Date growing in the United States.
Describes the varieties of dates grown in the United States. Provides recommendations for growing dates and controlling the diseases and pests that affect them.
Sheep and goat lice : methods of control and eradication.
Describes common species of sheep and goat lice, and methods for their control.
Harvesting and selling seed of southern pines.
A guide to harvesting, storing, selling, and shipping seed of the southern pine tree.
Vegetable seeds for the home and market garden.
A guide to successful seed-saving for small-scale vegetable gardens.
The timothy crop.
A guide to growing timothy-grass for use as livestock feed on the farm.
Making and storing farm butter for winter use.
Describes methods for making and storing summer butter in ways that will enable its preservation and use throughout the late fall and winter months.
Diseases and parasites of poultry.
Describes various diseases and parasites which affect poultry, and methods of treatment.
French-Indian interaction at an 18th century frontier post : the Roseborough Lake Site, Bowie County, Texas.
A report on archaeological excavations at the Roseborough Lake Site, conducted with the help of Field School students at North Texas State University in 1976. The research explored the life of the villages in the vicinity of the site at the time of early European contact.
Den hunting as a means of coyote control.
Discusses methods of coyote control on sheep ranges. Describes coyote denning habits and recommends the destruction of coyote young before they reach maturity.
U.S. grades for beef.
A consumer guide to U.S. federal meat grades. Includes examples of the stamps used to mark meat, a chart of beef cuts, and a suggested cooking guide for meat cuts and grades.
Farm plumbing.
Provides information regarding plumbing materials, pipes, fixtures, installation procedures, and installation costs.
Fitting dresses.
A guide to fitting and altering ready-made dresses, or home-sewn dresses that that have been cut and basted. Does not include instructions for pattern alterations.
Game laws for the season 1930-31 : a summary of federal, state, and provincial statutes.
Describes laws and regulations for hunting and fishing in North America.
Lupines : new legumes for the South.
A guide to growing the lupine plant for use as a winter cover crop.
Anthracnose as a cause of red-clover failure in the southern part of the Clover Belt.
Describes the characteristics of anthracnose, the damage it causes to red clover in the southern part of the Clover Belt, and methods of control; also discusses the development of strains of red clover resistant to anthracnose.
The production of Johnson grass for hay and pasturage.
Describes the characteristics of Johnson grass and where it should or should not be grown in the United States. Includes a guide to hay production and pasturing using Johnson grass.