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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.
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.
Commercial growing and harvesting of sweetpotatoes.
Describes different types of sweet potatoes, and the methods for transplanting, cultivating, and harvesting them. Argues the possibility of increasing the profitability of this crop.
Insurance for farmers : fire, windstorm, crop-hail, liability and life.
Describes risks that farmers face, and the different types of insurance that farmers should consider. Includes a check list of important insurance related questions.
Containers in common use for fresh fruits and vegetables.
Describes the varieties of standard containers for shipping fresh fruits and vegetables, and their costs and uses. Recommends simplification to reduce the burdens caused by the lack of uniformity in containers.
Preventing Black Rot Losses in Sweetpotatoes.
Describes how black rot can damage sweet potato crops, and the steps farmers can take to prevent and treat crops affected by it.
Protection of buildings and farm property from lightning.
Describes the threat of lightning and provides methods for protecting farm buildings and property from lightning damage.
Growing annual flowering plants.
Provides brief descriptions of annual flowering plants and discusses cultural practices for maintaining them.
Opportunity knocks!
A brochure discussing the benefits of Multiple Crop Insurance.
Protection of Turf From Damage by Japanese Beetle Grubs.
Describes the characteristics of the Japanese beetle, the damage it causes, and methods of control.
Prevent Tanbark Deterioration.
Presents methods for obtaining, curing, and marketing tanbark for use in leather tanning. Discusses ways to prevent loss of tannin from deterioration of the bark.
Methods for microbiological and chemical determinations of essential amino acids in proteins and foods.
A compilation of the results of research in the development of microbiological and chemical methods for determining the presence of 10 essential amino acids in foods; also provides data on the content of amino acids in certain proteins and foods.
Rice culture in California.
Describes the proper methods for planting and cultivating a rice crop in California.
Fur Farming Possibilities.
Describes a variety of animals used for fur farming.
Beef production on the farm.
A guide to raising beef cattle and fattening calves. Includes a discussion of breeding stock, feeding, herd management, and disease prevention.
Soybean Production for Hay and Beans.
Describes the production of soybean plants for both soybean-hay and soy beans themselves. Discusses storage and marketing practices.
Conservation farming in the Slope-Hettinger Soil Conservation District, North Dakota.
Reports the results of a soil conservation survey and makes the case for increased conservation efforts. Provides information on identifying land types and suggests simple methods of soil conservation.
Pattern alteration.
A guide to fitting and alteration of commercial dress patterns.
Control of the citrus rust mite.
Describes the characteristics of the citrus rust mite, the damage it causes to citrus fruits, and methods of control.
Order and store fertilizer and insecticides early, for your 1951 cotton crop.
A brochure encouraging farmers to purchase fertilizer and insectides early, due to limited supplies of these products and the need for increased cotton production in 1951.
Control of White Pine Blister Rust : A Cooperative Effort to Prevent Damage to the White-Pine Resources of the United States.
Describes blister rust, the damage it causes to white pines of the United States, and methods for its control.
Kill barberry bushes that spread stem rust to grains.
Describes how to recognize rust-spreading barberry bushes and how to kill them. Explains how doing so can be beneficial both to individual farmers and the national economy.
Improving 4-H clubs : 4-H studies point the way to better organization and functioning.
Suggests ways for county extension agents or 4-H club leaders to strengthen club work in their communities.
Protect Your Garden Corn From Earworms.
Provides simple instructions for preventing earworms from spoiling garden corn.
Windbreaks and Shelterbelts for the Plains States.
Describes the monetary and physical benefits to farms and orchards when windbreaks and shelterbelts are used.
Operating loans for better farming, better living.
Presents 16 frequently asked questions and their answers in relation to procuring operating loans for farms.
Report of the Chief of the Forest Service: 1950
Annual report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service describing activities of the organization, expenditures and receipts, and a discussion of other relevant topics for the fiscal year.
Report on the Agricultural Experiment Stations, 1949
Volume provides a summary of the progress of each agricultural experiment station. Also includes statistics, discussions of foreign investigations, and selected studies. Subject index starts on page 153.
Forest and Flame in the Bible.
A collection of biblical passages supporting the protection of forests, with descriptive text provided by the author.
Does Farm Timber Growing Pay in the South?
Discusses the profitability of timber farming in the south. Provides suggestions for logging trees for their highest value.
Harvesting and handling citrus fruits in the Gulf states.
Describes how to harvest, package, transport, and handle citrus fruits that are grown in the Gulf States, preventing damage and maintaining quality.