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Drying shelled corn and small grain with heated air.

Drying shelled corn and small grain with heated air.

Date: September 1952
Creator: United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. Division of Farm Buildings and Rural Housing.
Description: Describes how to dry grain and corn with heated air, the equipment needed, and how to construct drying bins.
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Dust storms come from the poorer lands.

Dust storms come from the poorer lands.

Date: September 1949
Creator: Finnell, H. H. (Henry Howard), b. 1894.
Description: Describes the different classifications of land and the effect soil erosion has on the quality of land and its future for crop production. Contains the results of an extensive study.
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Dwarf fruits.

Dwarf fruits.

Date: February 1939
Creator: Gould, H. P.
Description: Describes methods for propagating dwarf fruit trees, and the steps necessary to maintain them.
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Demodectic mange in cattle.

Demodectic mange in cattle.

Date: August 1958
Creator: United States. Agricultural Research Service. Animal Disease and Parasite Research Division.
Description: Describes demodectic mange, its causes, how it is recognized on cattle, and what can be done to control the disease.
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Disease-resistant varieties of vegetables for the home garden.

Disease-resistant varieties of vegetables for the home garden.

Date: 1940
Creator: Haskell, R. J. (Royal Joyslin), 1890- & Boswell, Victor R. (Victor Rickman), 1900-
Description: Discusses a variety of vegetables that are most resistant to disease and can be grown at home.
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Does farm timber growing pay in the South?

Does farm timber growing pay in the South?

Date: 1950
Creator: Williams, W. K. & Bryan, M. M.
Description: Discusses the profitability of timber farming in the south. Provides suggestions for logging trees for their highest value.
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Drying ear corn with heated air.

Drying ear corn with heated air.

Date: September 1952
Creator: United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. Division of Farm Buildings and Rural Housing.
Description: Provides a comparison of drying corn with heated air versus unheated air, the equipment and construction necessary to dry ear corn with heated air, and the benefits of drying corn with this method.
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The ecology of the principal summer weed hosts of the beet leafhopper in the San Joaquin Valley, California.

The ecology of the principal summer weed hosts of the beet leafhopper in the San Joaquin Valley, California.

Date: June 1943
Creator: Lawson, Francis R. (Francis Raymond), 1906- & Piemeisel, R. L.
Description: Describes the results of a scientific study on the effect of summer weeds on crops (mainly sugar beets and tomatoes) and the use of the beet leafhopper to reduce their growth in the San Joaquin Valley in California.
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Effects of feeds and saw speeds on cotton turn-out and quality.

Effects of feeds and saw speeds on cotton turn-out and quality.

Date: November 1937
Creator: Bennett, Charles A. (Charles Abel), b. 1889. & Gerdes, Francis L. (Francis Leo), 1907-
Description: Discusses the effect of seed role density and the speed of the ginning process on cotton quality. Argues for quality rather than quantity in cotton ginning.
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Eliminating bats from buildings.

Eliminating bats from buildings.

Date: September 1935
Creator: Silver, James, b. 1890.
Description: Describes the habits of bats and possible places they choose to live, including houses. Provides various methods for repelling them. Argues against killing bats except as a last resort.
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