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Webworms Injurious to Cereal and Forage Crops and Their Control.
Discusses the life cycle of the webworm, the damage it can cause to cereal and forage crops, and methods to control it.
Lamb as You Like It.
Describes uses for lamb meat in meals; provides recipes and methods for its preparation in various dishes.
Pork in Preferred Ways.
Describes various ways to prepare pork and includes recipes.
Cooking Cured Pork.
Provides recipes for cooking cured pork.
Cooking beef according to the cut.
Discusses the nutritional value and versatility of beef; provides recipes and methods for its preparation in various dishes.
Eggs at Any Meal.
Discusses the nutritional value and versatility of the egg; provides recipes and suggests ways to use eggs in a variety dishes and sauces.
What Peace Can Mean to American Farmers: Expansion of Foreign Trade.
Describes the changes the agricultural market faces post-World War II, and how the growth of foreign trade will affect farmers.
The dairy herd: its formation and management.
A guide to the care and feeding of dairy cattle, and management of the dairy herd.
Making land produce useful wildlife.
Discusses the benefits of biological balance on ranches and farms. Describes ways to allow wildlife to flourish for the purposes of hunting, trapping, fishing and other recreation.
Using electricity to water your garden.
Describes the installation and use of equipment for watering a home garden.
Laws relating to fur animals for the season 1925-26.
Describes the federal laws and regulations regarding fur animals and the fur trade in North America.
Farmhouse plans.
This bulletin presents 40 house plans including: 1-story growing houses; 1-story houses originally built with two or more separate bedrooms; houses of 1-1/2 or 2 stories; and very small houses.
Modernizing farmhouses.
Describes methods for updating farmhouses with modern conveniences.
Farm horseshoeing.
Describes the need for shoeing horses, and the steps that should be taken to successfully shoe horses on the farm.
Grass Waterways in Soil Conservation.
Describes how to establish grass-protected waterways on farm fields to prevent soil erosion.
How to Build a Farm Pond.
Describes the steps necessary to build a pond on farmland, including surveying land, testing the soil, building a spillway, and maintaining the pond.
Hard red spring and durum wheats : culture and varieties.
Describes the location, importance, and varieties of durum and hard red spring wheat; also lists the different diseases, insects, and weeds that adversely affect wheat.
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.
Carpet Beetles.
Describes the common types of carpet beetles, their life cycles, and methods of control.
Carpet beetles and their control.
Describes the characteristics of carpet beetles and methods for their control.
Centipedes and Millipedes in the House.
Describes the different types of centipedes and millipedes found in the home, and methods for control.
Clothes moths.
Describes the life cycle and characteristics of clothes moths, and methods for their control.
Clothes Moths and Their Control.
Describes different types of clothes moths, the damage they can cause to textiles in the home, and methods for control.
Control of insect pests in stored grain.
Discusses the causes of insect infestation in grain crops and acquaints the farmer or grain dealer with the characteristics of several fumigants so that he can choose the best one for particular conditions.
House Ants.
Describes different types of house ants and methods of control.
Psocids, Annoying House Pests.
Describes the characteristics of psocids, their habits, and steps that can be taken to control psocids in the home.
Sericea in conservation farming.
Describes the use of sericea as a means of ground cover and as a way to prevent soil erosion.
Using Tall Fescue in Soil Conservation.
Describes the characteristics of tall fescue and how it can contribute to soil conservation.
The home fruit garden on the northern Great Plains.
A guide to establishing and maintaining a home fruit garden in the Northern Great Plains region.
A Graphic Summary of Farm Animals and Animal Products: (Based Largely on the Census of 1930 and 1935)
Describes the use, value, and production of farm animals.
The European corn borer : its present status and methods of control.
Describes the life cycle and characteristics of the European corn borer, and methods for controlling it.
Farm inventories.
Describes the various uses of farm inventories; provides instructions for making, using, and caring for a farm property book.
Insect pests of stored rice and their control.
Describes the threat of insects when storing rice, and the necessary steps to control insect infestation.
Hibernation of the corn earworm in southeastern Georgia.
Discusses the results of a study of the hibernation of the corn earworm in Chatham County, Georgia from 1930 to 1933. The study was conducted in an effort to understand seasonal occurences of earworm infestation.
The red harvester ant and how to subdue it.
Describes the life cycle of the red harvester ant, the damage it causes, and methods of control.
Marketing the cowpea seed crop.
Describes ways to maximize the value of the cowpea crop, how to best market it, and how to analyze price trends.
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.
The Bulk Handling of Grain: With Special Reference to the Pacific Coast States.
Describes the process and equipment necessary for handling grain in bulk, and the advantages of doing so.
Wheat production in the eastern United States.
Describes different types of winter and spring wheat, discusses methods and practices that contribute to success, and diseases and insects that threaten the wheat crop.
Greenhouse construction and heating.
Describes how to build and properly heat greenhouses for growing flowers and vegetables year-round.
Greenhouse tomatoes.
Describes the benefits of growing tomatoes in greenhouses for improved quality and marketability. Discusses requirements and methods for successfully growing greenhouse tomatoes.
Growing cucumbers for pickling.
Discusses growing cucumbers for the purpose of pickling, and identifies threats from insects and disease.
Growing sweet corn for the cannery.
A guide to planting and growing sweet corn for commercial canning. Includes descriptions of sweet corn varieties and provides suggestions for the practical use of factory wastes.
The production of cucumbers in greenhouses.
Lists the best ways to grow cucumbers in a greenhouse environment, and discusses insect and disease enemies of the cucumber.
Production of Roselle.
A brief guide to growing, harvesting, and using roselle. Includes recipes for making jelly, jam, or drinks from the plant.
Rhubarb Production.
Describes the history of rhubarb, and the steps for planting and cultivating rhubarb in the United States.
Sash Greenhouses.
Describes sash greenhouses. Provides plans for constructing and heating greenhouses.
Tomatoes for canning and manufacturing.
Describes the steps necessary for successfully producing tomatoes for canning.
Production of Garlic.
Discusses garlic as a crop in terms of its different varieties, the steps for preparing land, cultivating, harvesting, cleaning, and shipping garlic for the market.
Production of Parsnips.
A guide to growing, harvesting, and storing parsnips.