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The Agricultural Outlook: October 16, 1914

The Agricultural Outlook: October 16, 1914

Date: 1914
Creator: United States. Dept. of Agriculture.
Description: Bulletin issued by the U. S. Department of Agriculture discussing the status of agricultural production in the United States during the autumn (September-November) of 1914, including forecasts for crop yields and livestock reports.
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The Agricultural Outlook: September 11, 1913.

The Agricultural Outlook: September 11, 1913.

Date: 1913
Creator: United States. Dept. of Agriculture.
Description: Bulletin issued by the U. S. Department of Agriculture discussing the status of agricultural production in the United States during late summer (July-September) in 1913, including forecasts for crop yields and livestock reports.
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The Agricultural Outlook: September 16, 1914

The Agricultural Outlook: September 16, 1914

Date: 1914
Creator: United States. Dept. of Agriculture.
Description: Bulletin issued by the U. S. Department of Agriculture discussing the status of agricultural production in the United States during August and September 1914, including forecasts for crop yields and livestock reports.
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Alfalfa.

Alfalfa.

Date: 1921
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture.
Description: A guide to growing and using alfalfa on the farm. Includes recommendations for different regions of the United States.
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Alfalfa Attacked by the Clover-Root Curculio

Alfalfa Attacked by the Clover-Root Curculio

Date: 1915
Creator: Webster, F. M. (Francis Marion), 1849-1916
Description: Report discussing curculio, an insect that destroys alfalfa crops. The insect's life cycle and food habits are discussed as well as methods for controlling it.
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The Alfalfa Caterpillar

The Alfalfa Caterpillar

Date: 1920
Creator: Wildermuth, V. L.
Description: "The alfalfa caterpillar is one of the most destructive insect pests of alfalfa in the southwestern United States. In 1914 a complete report of the life history of this caterpillar, together with the methods of control, was published. The present paper contains additional information relating to methods of controlling the pest by the management of irrigation water as well as a brief account of its natural history, and is intended to meet the ever-increasing demands of ranchers and others for assistance in protecting their alfalfa against these "green worms." -- p. 3
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Alfalfa Growing

Alfalfa Growing

Date: 1905
Creator: Hitchcock, A. S. (Albert Spear), 1865-1935
Description: Report discussing the cultivation of alfalfa and its potential as a crop for hay and pastures. Also includes a discussion of the various weeds, pests, and fungi which affect alfalfa.
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Alfalfa on Corn-Belt Farms

Alfalfa on Corn-Belt Farms

Date: 1919
Creator: Drake, J. A.; Rundles, J. C. & Jennings, R. D. (Ralph Dickieson), 1892-
Description: "Alfalfa, on Corn Belt farms, if introduced in any considerable acreage, requires a great amount of labor at the most critical stage of the cultivation of corn. This bulletin tells how the more successful Corn Belt growers fit alfalfa into their cropping systems without interfering seriously with labor schedules. This is done in the main by speeding up the haying operations and corn cultivation by the use of labor-saving implements and more efficient methods. To some extent, the use of alfalfa for pasture serves to reduce the labor difficulties. The methods of handling the alfalfa crop that have been worked out by some of the more experienced Corn Belt growers are illustrated by several concrete examples of good management. The material for this bulletin was obtained on 235 Corn Belt farms on which alfalfa is grown successfully." -- p. 2
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Alfalfa, or Lucern

Alfalfa, or Lucern

Date: 1899
Creator: Smith, Jared G. (Jared Gage), 1866-1957
Description: Report discussing and promoting alfalfa for use as hay and as a soiling crop. Discussion includes instructions for planting, weed and pest control, and valuable uses of an alfalfa crop.
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Alfalfa seed.

Alfalfa seed.

Date: 1904
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture
Description: A guide to judging and testing the quality of alfalfa seed.
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Alfalfa Seed Production

Alfalfa Seed Production

Date: 1912
Creator: Westgate, J. M.; McKee, Roland & Evans, M. W.
Description: Report discussing the best-known methods of successful production of alfalfa seed. Topics discussed include seed production, cultivation of fields, harvesting, crop yields, and insect control.
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Alfalfa varieties in the United States.

Alfalfa varieties in the United States.

Date: 1940
Creator: Westover, H. L. (Harvey Leroy)
Description: Describes the different types of alfalfa grown in the United States.
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The Alfalfa Weevil and Methods of Controlling It

The Alfalfa Weevil and Methods of Controlling It

Date: 1916
Creator: Reeves, Geo. I. (George I.), b. 1879; Miles, Philip B.; Chamberlin, Thomas R.; Snow, Sterling J. & Bower, Luther J.
Description: "The alfalfa weevil destroys a great deal of alfalfa in northern Utah and southern Idaho. It also inhabits southwestern Wyoming and is spreading slowly to new territory in all directions. It may in time infest most of the United States. The adult, a small brown snout-beetle, and the larva, a green, worm-like creature, usually escape notice during the first two or three years that they are present in a locality, but as soon as they become numerous enough to do harm they are readily found, and their effect upon the appearance of the fields is conspicuous. Vigorous treatment is then necessary to prevent partial or total destruction of the first and second crops. The purpose of this bulletin is to show how serious the attack is to the farmer, how much territory it embraces and how it spreads, and to describe the insect, its work, and the methods which are effective in dealing with it." -- title page
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Alkali lands.

Alkali lands.

Date: 1909
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture.
Description: Summarizes an 1898 study of the problem of alkaline soil conditions as the result of irrigation in Montana.
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Alsike Clover

Alsike Clover

Date: 1920
Creator: Pieters, A. J.
Description: Report discussing the distribution and cultivation of the leguminous crop alsike clover, which grows primarily in the northeastern United States. Topics discussed include soil requirements, seeding, uses, and insect enemies and diseases.
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American foulbrood of honey bees : how to control it.

American foulbrood of honey bees : how to control it.

Date: September 1954
Creator: Michael, A. S. (Albert Sylvester), 1910-
Description: Discusses American foul brood, a disease caused by a spore that infects bee larvae. Describes how to diagnose and control the disease. Lists the types of bees resistant to the disease.
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American moles as agricultural pests and as fur producers.

American moles as agricultural pests and as fur producers.

Date: March 1922
Creator: Scheffer, Theo. H.
Description: Describes the habits of moles, the damage they can cause to lawns and gardens, and methods for their control. Provides instructions for trapping and skinning moles and tanning and selling their pelts.
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An American-type cheese : how to make it for home use.

An American-type cheese : how to make it for home use.

Date: October 1954
Creator: Walter, H. E.
Description: Steps for making cheese at home.
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The Angora goat.

The Angora goat.

Date: 1901
Creator: United States. Dept. of Agriculture.
Description: A guide to the care and housing of Angora goat herds. Includes a description of the goat and its uses.
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The Angora Goat

The Angora Goat

Date: 1914
Creator: Heller, L. L. (Lewis Lincoln), 1887-
Description: Report discussing the importance and various uses for the angora goat and ways of building and managing a flock. There are special discussions of the value of mohair, care of fleeces, and shearing practices.
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The Angora goat.

The Angora goat.

Date: 1941
Creator: Williams, G. P. & Spencer, D. A. (Damon Alvin), 1887-
Description: Describes the characteristics, benefits, and uses of the Angora goat. Discusses methods of managing goats on the range.
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Angoumois Grain Moth

Angoumois Grain Moth

Date: 1920
Creator: Back, E. A. (Ernest Adna), 1886-
Description: Report discussing the Angoumois grain moth, a pest now common in the United States which is destructive to corn, wheat, and other grains. Topics include the moth's life cycle, infestations, and methods of controlling it, including prompt thrashing and fumigation.
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Annual flowering plants.

Annual flowering plants.

Date: 1908
Creator: United States. Dept. of Agriculture.
Description: 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.
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Anthracnose as a cause of red-clover failure in the southern part of the Clover Belt.

Anthracnose as a cause of red-clover failure in the southern part of the Clover Belt.

Date: November 1926
Creator: Pieters, A. J. & Monteith, John, 1893-
Description: 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.
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