Seed Treatment of Thirty Species of Pasture Grasses and Legumes with Certain Du Pont Disinfectants

Seed Treatment of Thirty Species of Pasture Grasses and Legumes with Certain Du Pont Disinfectants

Date: 1950
Creator: Clark, Caleb Perrin
Description: This review has dealt primarily with the efforts of scientists to control certain smut diseases of grains. The principal reason for treating plant seeds is to obtain good stands of vigorous, healthy plants that will produce increased yields of superior seed.
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Red-clover culture.

Red-clover culture.

Date: December 1926
Creator: Pieters, A. J.
Description: Describes the uses of red clover for forage and as a soil-improving crop in the northeastern United States. Includes information about distribution, handling, and pest control.
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Soil-depleting, soil-conserving, and soil-building crops.

Soil-depleting, soil-conserving, and soil-building crops.

Date: September 1938
Creator: United States. Bureau of Plant Industry.
Description: Discusses soil conservation in a clear and concise manner. Discusses soil building, soil conserving, and soil depleting crops as well as the minerals to be found in soil.
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The use of bluegrass sod in the control of soil erosion.

The use of bluegrass sod in the control of soil erosion.

Date: October 1936
Creator: Uhland, R. E. (Russel Edward), 1896-
Description: Describes how to obtain bluegrass and use it to control gullies and soil erosion. Includes plans for constructing a sod cutter.
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Controlling sagebrush on range lands.

Controlling sagebrush on range lands.

Date: October 1954
Creator: Pechanec, Joseph F. (Joseph Frank), 1910-; Stewart, George, b. 1888.; Plummer, A. Perry, 1911-; Robertson, Joseph H. & Hull, A. C.
Description: Discusses various methods of controlling sagebrush; also describes regrassing and details benefits of doing so.
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Producing and harvesting grass seed in the Great Plains.

Producing and harvesting grass seed in the Great Plains.

Date: 1957
Creator: Cooper, Harold W., 1914-; Atkins, Maurice Donald, 1912- & Smith, James E., Jr.
Description: Discusses best practices for selecting, growing, and harvesting grass seed in the Great Plains states: Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, north Dakota, and South Dakota.
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Grass waterways in soil conservation.

Grass waterways in soil conservation.

Date: June 1960
Creator: Atkins, Maurice Donald, 1912- & Coyle, James J.
Description: Describes how to establish grass-protected waterways on farm fields to prevent soil erosion.
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Barley diseases and their control.

Barley diseases and their control.

Date: September 1955
Creator: Leukel, R. W.
Description: Describes the value of barley, diseases that threaten the crop, and methods of control.
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Meadow Fescue: Its Culture and Uses

Meadow Fescue: Its Culture and Uses

Date: 1909
Creator: Vinall, H. N. (Harry Nelson), 1880-1937
Description: "There is at present a great lack in the agricultural literature of this country of concise descriptions of the methods followed in the growing and handling of the different cultivated grasses, especially for seed production. This bulletin not only treats of the value of meadow fescue in meadows and permanent pastures, but also discusses in detail the production of seed and problems in connection with seed growing." -- p. 2
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Forage Crops for the Cotton Region

Forage Crops for the Cotton Region

Date: 1912
Creator: Tracy, S. M. (Samuel Mills), 1847-1920
Description: Report discussing the grasses, legumes, hay crops, pasture crops, and other forage crops which grow in the Gulf Coast region of the United States. Among the more profitable crops discussed are velvet bean, beggarweed, Mexican clover, Japan clover, and Bermuda grass.
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