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Bur-clover cultivation and utilization.
Describes the different methods of cultivating bur-clover for use as a fertilizer and for other purposes, including use as a cover and green-manure crop or for use in pastures. Also describes the varieties of bur-clover and the insects that prey upon them.
Diseases of cabbage and related plants.
Describes the characteristics of various parasitic and non-parasitic diseases of the cabbage and similar plants.
Drying Seed Cotton.
Describes various methods of cotton-drying and the effectiveness of each.
Farm housing loans.
This brochure answers frequently-asked questions about farm housing loans.
Farm poultry raising.
Describes how to efficiently and successfully produce profitable poultry on the farm.
Mule production.
Describes the benefits of work mules, methods for breeding them, and characteristics of high-quality mules.
Reducing damage to trees from construction work.
Describes the damage often inflicted upon trees during construction projects, and explains how to plan projects accordingly to avoid these problems.
Report of the Chief of the Forest Service: 1949
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, 1948
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.
Tick fever.
Discusses issues concerning tick fever and the eradication of the cattle tick that causes it. Describes the differences between disease-carrying ticks and harmless ticks.
Improving poultry through the National Poultry Improvement Plan.
Describes a national plan to improve poultry standards and production in the United States.
Lettuce growing in greenhouses.
Describes different types of greenhouses for lettuce-growing; provides instructions for growing lettuce in greenhouses.
8 steps in grading soybeans : under revised standards, effective September 1, 1949.
An explanation of the process used by U.S. federal grain inspectors to grade soybeans. Factors include odor, weevil or garlic infestation, moisture, weight per bushel, foreign material, mixed colors, splits, and damage.
Our Remaining Land: We Can Use It and Save It.
Discusses the condition of the remaining productive land in the United States and the risk of losing it to soil erosion. Describes conservation efforts including the use of land standards in conservation planning.
General Index to Experiment Station Record, Volumes 71 to 80, 1934-1939
A topical, alphabetically arranged index to volumes 71-80 including experiment station records, publications reviewed, and foreign publications. In has a list of all editorial notes from the referenced volumes.
Logging farm forest crops in the Northeast.
A step-by-step guide to logging the forests of the northeastern United States. Includes information about the tools and equipment used, including axes, saws, and tractors, as well as the use of horses.
Pork on the farm : killing, curing, and canning.
Describes methods for slaughtering, curing, and canning pork for later use.
Tomorrow's food.
Describes the Agricultural Conservation Program and its role in safeguarding the food supply through soil conservation assistance.
Adobe or sun-dried brick for farm buildings.
Describes an efficient method of making and using adobe in the form of sun-dried bricks; describes how adobe bricks can be used in different parts of a building, such as: the roof, the boundary walls, the foundation, etc.
Dresses Designed for Little Girls.
Provides suggestions for the design, construction, and evaluation of dresses made for girls aged 2 to 6. Includes advice about design features, fabric selection, and quality of workmanship.
Grow disease-resistant oats.
Describes different types of oats that are resistant to disease, and additional steps to take to prevent disease.
Mixing fertilizers on the farm.
Describes how to plan and mix fertilizers for use on the farm.
Soybeans: Culture and Varieties.
Describes soybean varieties and how to grow them.
Turkey on the table, the year round.
Provides methods for preparing turkey.
Using Tall Fescue in Soil Conservation.
Describes the characteristics of tall fescue and how it can contribute to soil conservation.
Dust Storms Come From the Poorer Lands.
Describes the different classifications of land and the effect soil erosion has on the quality of land and its future for crop production. Contains the results of an extensive study.
How to Build a Farm Pond.
Describes the steps necessary to build a pond on farmland, including surveying land, testing the soil, building a spillway, and maintaining the pond.
Storage of ear corn on the farm.
Describes how to build corn cribs to dry and store ear corn on the farm.
Storage of small grains and shelled corn on the farm.
Explains how to build storage facilities on the farm for small grains and shelled corn.
Use the land and save the soil.
This bulletin briefly answers the questions: "What is soil and water conservation?" and "How does the Soil Conservation Service help farmers and landowners?"
How to Use Whole and Nonfat Dry Milk.
Discusses the nutritional benefits of milk for adults and children. Pages 6-31 contain recipes using whole and nonfat dry milk.
Taming runaway waters
Describes the damage caused and the economic impact of floods and fast-moving water. Discusses the role of soil and water management programs in flood control.
Streambank Plantings for Erosion Control in the Northeast.
Describes the process of planting along streambanks as a method of erosion prevention.
Truly yours: the dress that fits.
This document is a brochure describing a film about garment selection and alteration, with instructions on how to buy or borrow the film (at the time that it was issued).