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Experiment Station Record, Volume 57, July-December, 1927
Volume provides abstracts of agricultural experiments conducted during the year. Also includes statistics, convention reports, bulletins, and bibliographies. Name and subject indexes start on page 901.
Experiment Station Record, Volume 58, January-June, 1928
Volume provides abstracts of agricultural experiments conducted during the year. Also includes statistics, convention reports, bulletins, bibliographies and listings for Spanish edition publications from the Porto Rico Station. Name and subject indexes start on page 901.
Farm practices under corn-borer conditions.
Describes the problems caused by the corn borer in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan, and methods of control.
The house fly and how to suppress it.
Describes the different types of flies found in the home, the diseases they carry, and various ways to control them.
Rat Control.
Discusses the damage that rats can cause, and provides methods for effective exclusion and destruction of the pest.
The Porto Rican mole cricket.
Describes the characteristics of the mole cricket, the damage it causes, and methods of control.
Rural libraries.
Describes how libraries are created in rural areas; describes the types of services offered by rural libraries.
Insects attacking the peach in the South and how to control them.
Describes various species of insects that target peach crops in the southern United States, and methods of control.
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.
Harvesting grain sorghums.
Describes methods and equipment used for harvesting, threshing, and storing grain sorghums in the Great Plains of the United States.
Legume hays for milk production.
Argues the case for using legume hays on the farm. Describes the advantages of legume hays for profitability and increased nutrients per acre.
Report on the Agricultural Experiment Stations, 1927
Volume provides a summary of the progress of each agricultural experiment station. Also includes statistics, a bibliography of experiment station publications, and selected studies.
Preparing Johnson hay for market in the Black Prairie belt of Alabama and Mississippi.
Presents the case for raising the demand for Johnson Hay for the market and stresses the need for raising and maintaining a higher level of quality in order to achieve this end. Includes examples of hay making practices.
The European starling in the United States.
Describes the life cycle of the European starling, its beneficial and harmful qualities, and methods for its control.
The husker-shredder on eastern Corn Belt farms.
Describes the uses and benefits of the corn husker-shredder. Includes a discussion of the costs involved in renting or buying a shredder.