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Experiment station work, XXXV: use of commercial fertilizers, asparagus rust and its control, weight of lime per bushel, alfalfa meal as a feeding stuff, spreading lime, singed cacti as forage, soil sterilization, cattle feeding in the South, weights per bushel of seeds, milk fever, disease resistant crops, nail wounds in horses' feet, corn billbugs and root-louse, use of a cheap canning outfit

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Author(s):
United States Office of Experiment Stations.
Subject(s):
Agriculture United States , fertilizers , liming , soil sterilization , planting seed , weight , metrology , disease resistance , pest resistance , cantaloupes , rust diseases , asparagus spears , alfalfa meal , animal feeding , cacti and succulents , forage , prescribed burning , cattle feeding , milk fever , medical and veterinary equipment , medical treatment , hooves , wound treatment , canning , home food preservation , Curculionidae , Aphidoidea , Aphis maidiradicis
Format:
32 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Year:
1906
Collection:
Organic Roots Collection
Series:
Farmers' bulletin