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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.
The dairy herd: its formation and management.
A guide to the care and feeding of dairy cattle, and management of the dairy herd.
Carpet beetles and their control.
Describes the characteristics of carpet beetles 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.
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.
Permanent fruit and vegetable gardens.
Provides instructions for planning a permanent garden that yields both annual and perennial vegetables, as well as small fruits; lists the best plants to use.
Rammed Earth Walls for Buildings.
Describes how to construct a building that uses rammed earth for walls.
Small Concrete Construction on the Farm.
Describes how to plan and build small concrete structures on the farm.
Cleaning Grain on Farms and in Country Elevators.
Describes methods for separating weeds from grain in order to improve value and quality.
Foreign Material in Spring Wheat: How to Remove It on the Farm and at the Country Elevator.
Describes the foreign material that may be found in harvested wheat. Suggests methods for cleaning the wheat and describes a variety of cleaning machines.
Fattening Steers in the Corn Belt.
Describes feeder cattle and the varieties of feed used to fatten steers in the Corn Belt.
Beef on the farm : slaughtering, cutting, curing.
Describes the methods for slaughtering fresh beef on the farm; provides instructions outlining procedures for cutting and curing beef.
Dehorning, Castrating, Branding, and Marking Beef Cattle.
Describes procedures and equipment used for dehorning, castrating, branding, and marking beef cattle. Explains the use of these procedures as means for loss prevention in the beef industry.
Control of the Common Mealybug on Citrus in California.
Describes the mealybug, the damage it causes to citrus fruits in California, and methods of control.
A guide to judging and testing the quality of alfalfa seed.
Controlling the gipsy moth and the brown-tail moth.
Describes the characteristics of the gypsy moth and browntail moth, the damage they cause, and methods of control.
The European corn borer and its control.
Describes the characteristics of the European corn borer and the damage it can cause to plants in the United States.
Farm Manufacture of Unfermented Apple Juice.
A guide to making cider. Intended for fruit growers wishing to produce a sanitary product of good quality.
Nicotine dust for control of truck-crop insects.
Describes the damages that insects can cause to farm crops, and how nicotine dust can control the insects.
The common cabbage worm and its control.
Describes the characteristics and life history of the common cabbage worm, the damage it can cause, and methods of control.
The Striped Cucumber Beetle and How to Control It.
Describes the characteristics of the striped cucumber beetle, the damage it can cause to plants, and methods for controlling it.
The hard red spring wheats.
Describes the characteristics and varieties of hard red wheats that are sown in the spring in the north-central United States.
The common white wheats.
Describes winter and spring varieties of white wheats and their production in the United States.
Beef Cattle for Breeding Purposes.
Describes how to select and manage beef cattle that will be used for breeding.
Protection of mesquite cordwood and posts from borers.
Describes the value of the mesquite tree, and the threat of the borer to it. Also describes the life cycle of the borer.
Chimneys and fireplaces : they contribute to the health, comfort and happiness of the farm family : how to build them.
A concise explanation of the principles to be observed when building chimneys and fireplaces.
Establishing Cranberry Fields.
Describes the requirements for growing cranberries and provides instructions for establishing cranberry fields.
Managing Cranberry Fields.
Describes the management of established cranberry fields, including insect and disease control and seasonal maintenance.
Standard containers for fruits and vegetables.
Discusses the necessity for the standardization and regulation of containers for marketing fruits and vegetables.
Control of Brown-Rot of Prunes and Cherries in the Pacific Northwest.
Describes brown-rot and its occurrence in prune and cherry orchards in the Pacific Northwest, the damage it causes, and methods of control.
Marketing the Early-Potato Crop.
A guide to selling in the early-potato market, with an emphasis on proper shipping methods to prevent loss.
Diseases of poultry.
Describes symptoms, treatments, and prevention methods for numerous diseases and parasites afflicting poultry.
Some Destructive Potato Diseases: What They Are and How to Prevent Them.
Describes methods of identification and control of three fungous diseases affecting the Irish potato: blight (downy mildew), Macrosporium disease, and potato scab.
Spraying for fruit diseases.
Describes fungous diseases of grapes, apples, pears, quince, cherries, and plums. Includes recipes for fungicides and descriptions of spraying equipment used for treatment.
Important Pecan Insects and Their Control.
Describes the characteristics of varieties of pecan insects, the damage they cause, and methods of control.
Apple Growing East of the Mississippi River.
Describes the various factors that should be taken into consideration when developing and maintaining apple orchards, including: types of soil, climate conditions, the selecting and handling of young trees, the use of fertilizers, methods of pruning and spraying, and methods of repelling pests.
Poison Ivy and Poison Sumac and Their Eradication.
Describes the characteristics of poison ivy and poison sumac, the damage they cause, and methods of control and eradication; also provides remedies for ivy poisoning.
Apple scald and its control.
Describes apple scald, the damage and losses it causes, and methods for control.
Better seed corn.
Describes how to grow and store quality seed corn.
Describes the varieties, characteristics, and uses of Sudan grass. Includes instructions for control of diseases and pests.
Buying a Farm in an Undeveloped Region.
Provides information on buying farmland in undeveloped regions throughout the United States; also suggests the amount of capital needed for purchasing farmland and sources of credit to consider.
The Yellow-Fever Mosquito.
Describes the yellow-fever mosquito, its geographical distribution, the origins and history of yellow fever, and methods of mosquito control.
Bean Growing in Northern Idaho, Eastern Washington, and Eastern Oregon.
Describes best practices for profitable bean-growing in the northwestern United States.
The Boll-Weevil Problem.
Describes the characteristics of the boll weevil, the damage it causes to cotton crops of the southeastern United States, and methods of control.
The boll-weevil problem.
Describes the characteristics of the boll weevil, the damage that it causes to crops, and methods for its control.
Insects Injurious to the Rice Crop.
Describes several different pests which attack rice crops in the United States, including: stinkbugs, water weevils, borers, and several other minor pests; also describes the methods of controlling these pests.
Standard varieties of chickens. [Part] 4 The ornamental breeds and varieties.
Provides descriptions and photographs of ornamental breeds and varieties of chickens in the Polish, Hamburg, Game, Oriental, and Miscellaneous classes.
Farm Bulk Storage for Small Grains.
Describes the types of structures used for storing bulk grains on the farm.
Describes the benefits of the egg market, the process for producing quality eggs, and the steps for grading, packaging, transporting, and selling eggs.
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