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Describes dual-purpose pines, which yield both naval stores and wood; provides suggestions for managing dual-purpose pines.
Dust storms come from the poorer lands.
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.
Describes methods for propagating dwarf fruit trees, and the steps necessary to maintain them.
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.
Eliminating bats from buildings.
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.
English sparrow control.
Describes the damage caused by English sparrows and different methods of controlling them.
Eradicating tuberculosis from poultry and swine.
Describes tuberculosis and provides steps for preventing and combating the disease in poultry and swine.
Eradication of the cultivated black currant in white pine regions.
Describes how black currant plants help spread blister rust and the steps that can be taken to prevent blister rust among white pines by eradicating black currant.
Excluding birds from reservoirs and fishponds.
Describes methods of removing birds from sources of drinking water, such as fishponds and reservoirs.
Expansible farmhouse : frame.
Provides a floor plan and description of an expansible frame farmhouse.
Expansible farmhouse : masonry.
Provides the floor plan and description of an expansible masonry farmhouse.
Leaflet showing a floor plan, an illustration, and examples of drawings to be used in constructing an expansible farmhouse. Complete plans were distributed through agricultural extension services.
Facts about wind erosion and dust storms on the Great Plains.
Describes the history and conditions of drought, wind erosion, and dust storms in the Great Plains; discusses long-range conservation programs and emergency measures.
The farm woods : a savings bank paying interest.
Describes best practices for cutting, using, and selling farm timber to ensure continuous growth and larger farm income.
The farmer's share of the consumer's food dollar.
Describes the retail cost of food compared to the amount of money a farmer receives for it, including the cost of transportation.
Farmhouse : split-level expansible.
Summarizes a design and floor plan for a split-level farmhouse. Includes illustrations and photographs of the exterior and interior of the house.
Fats and oils for cooking and table use.
Provides information about different kinds of fats and oils, their cost, and uses in cooking.
Fertilizers for pecan soils.
Describes the natural soils where pecan trees grow and the different types of fertilizers used to improve the soils.
Filters and screens for irrigation wells.
Describes the purpose of having filters and screens as part of an irrigation system, and how to properly select and install them.
Fire departments for rural communities : how to organize and operate them.
Provides steps to take for organizing, adopting, and maintaining fire departments in rural communities.
Fireproofing Christmas trees.
Describes the use of fire-resisting chemicals as a way to reduce the fire hazard of Christmas trees.
Fires on farms.
Describes what can cause fires on the farm, steps to reduce fire hazards, and equipment needed to fight home fires.
Fur farming possibilities.
Describes a variety of animals used for fur farming.
Gas treatment for the control of blue mold disease of tobacco.
Recommends the use paradichlorbenzene gas for treatment of blue mold disease of tobacco, and provides instructions for using it.
Gas treatment for the control of blue mold disease of tobacco.
Describes different gas treatments for blue mold disease and gives advice about set-up, application, and cost.
Good food habits for children.
Describes how to assist young children in transitioning from milk to solid food. Suggests ways to establish regular eating times, encourage self-feeding, and help the child develop a positive attitude toward eating.
Good naval-stores practice.
Describes best practices for tapping trees for naval stores, in order to yield the most gum and prevent damage to trees.
Discusses the grafting of horticultural plants to protect wounds. Describes methods and equipment for grafting wax.
Grass seed production on irrigated land.
Provides recommendations for producing grass seed as a cash crop, using conservation-farming methods.
Grass waterways in soil conservation.
Describes how to establish grass-protected waterways on farm fields to prevent soil erosion.
Growing nursery stock of southern pines.
Describes the steps for growing southern pine seedlings from nursery stock; discusses the proper methods for sowing, watering, and weeding.
Growing the Jerusalem artichoke.
Describes the growth of Jerusalem artichokes in different areas of the United States. Provides suggestions for planting and harvesting.
Harvesting and selling seed of southern pines.
A guide to harvesting, storing, selling, and shipping seed of the southern pine tree.
Hints on coyote and wolf trapping.
Describes the steps taken to build and set traps for coyotes and wolves in the United States.
The horn fly and its control.
Describes the life cycle and of the horn fly, the damage it causes to livestock, and steps for controlling it.
Describes different types of house ants and methods of control.
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.
How to keep and increase black grama on southwestern ranges.
Describes the benefits of having black grama on ranges in the Southwestern United States, as well as how to use and manage it.
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.
Describes the Huron variety of timothy-grass, where and how it grows, and provides recommendations for cultivation.
Hygiene in fox farming.
Discusses fox raising in terms of housing, feeding, cleaning, disease prevention and hygiene.
Ice creams frozen without stirring.
Provides recipes for mousse and other desserts.
The imported fire ant : how to control it.
Describes the characteristics of fire ants, the damage they cause, and methods for control.
Improved sanitation in milk production.
Provides instructions for sanitary milk production. Discusses the importance of sanitary methods to protect milk during transportation from the farm to the city, thus improving the milk supply for growing urban populations.
Intensive projects under the Cooperative farm forestry act.
Describes the Farm Forestry Program and how it can be used to help farmers begin farm-woodland management projects.
Interseeding legumes in corn.
Explains the practice and procedures for interseeding legumes and grasses in wide-row corn.
Irrigation of field corn in the West.
Describes recommended methods for irrigating corn in arid and semiarid regions.
Is the public market a good civic investment?
Discusses how to determine the likelihood of establishing a successful public market in towns without one. Considers the type of market desired, population size, consumer habits, location, and most importantly the support of farmers.
Keep your tile drains working.
Discusses tile drain maintenance, including remedies for common problems; describes the risks associated with poor maintenance.
Know your butter grades.
Describes the U.S. federal grades given to determine product quality, and how these grades are used for butter.
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