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Planting and care of lawns.

Description: Describes methods for establishing, maintaining, and protecting lawns; describes varieties of grasses recommended for planting in different regions of the United States.
Date: 1937
Creator: Westover, H. L. (Harvey Leroy) & Enlow, C. R. (Charles Ranger), b. 1893.

Crested wheatgrass.

Description: Discusses crested wheatgrass in the United States: its adaptation, its planting, its harvesting, and its use.
Date: January 1941
Creator: Westover, H. L. (Harvey Leroy) & Rogler, George A. (George Albert), 1913-

Growing root crops for livestock.

Description: Describes varieties of root crops to grow for livestock feed, and provides methods for efficient cultivation and production.
Date: 1939
Creator: Westover, H. L. (Harvey Leroy); Schoth, H. A. (Harry August), b. 1891. & Semple, Arthur T. (Arthur Truman), 1895-

Pulp-wood crops in the Northeast.

Description: Describes the process of cutting pulpwood for paper-making in the northeastern United States; summarizes results and conclusions about crop management, derived from intensive studies of pulpwood stands.
Date: April 1933
Creator: Westveld, Marinus, 1889-

Cutworms in the garden.

Description: A guide to identifying cutworm interference and controlling cutworms in the garden. Provides information on obtaining and handling arsenic poison.
Date: March 1927
Creator: White, W. H. (William Henry), 1892-1951.

The Angora goat.

Description: Describes the characteristics, benefits, and uses of the Angora goat. Discusses methods of managing goats on the range.
Date: 1941
Creator: Williams, G. P. & Spencer, D. A. (Damon Alvin), 1887-

Mule production.

Description: Describes the benefits of work mules, methods for breeding them, and characteristics of high-quality mules.
Date: 1949
Creator: Williams, J. O. (John Oscar), 1885- & Speelman, S. R. (Sanford Reed), 1894-

Farm buildings from home-grown timber in the South.

Description: Discusses the use of timber from farm-owned woodlands for lumber manufacture. Suggests the use of home-grown timber to solve the problem of poor rural housing by using it and other native materials to improve farm buildings, and as a means to create cash income. Describes successful community programs in various southern states including Texas.
Date: September 1945
Creator: Williams, W. K.