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Corn, milo, and kafir in the southern Great Plains area : relation of cultural methods to production.
Presents the results of agricultural experiments studying production methods for corn, milo, and kafir. The studies were conducted at field stations in Garden City, Kansas; Dalhart, Texas; and Amarillo, Texas.
Describes fleas, their hosts and biting habits, their lifespans and breeding habits, the spreading of diseases, and the methods for combating the pest.
The liming of soils.
Discusses the agricultural value of certain types of lime. Describes the physical effects of liming and makes recommendations for the application of lime.
Meat on the farm : butchering, curing, and keeping.
A guide to slaughtering, butchering, dressing, curing, smoking, and safe storage of meats on the farm. Livestock discussed include cattle, sheep, hogs, and poultry.
Describes the different varieties of millets and how to grow them. Discusses the value of millets as livestock feed.
Notes on frost.
Discusses the seasons of frost and how frost is formed, protection from frosts in various circumstances, and general observations.
Rice culture in the United States.
Discusses varieties of rice, rice growing, and use of rice as food.
Weeds used in medicine.
Lists and describes plants that are useful in "crude medicine" (or botanical medicine) to help the reader identify and use them.
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