List of publications available for distribution by members of Congress

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Title:
List of publications available for distribution by members of Congress
Series Title:
Congressional list ;
Physical Description:
v. : ; 23 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Office of Communication
Publisher:
Office of Information, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture :
Office of Communication
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Creation Date:
July 1953
Frequency:
semi-annual
semiannual
regular

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Government publications -- Bibliography -- Catalogs -- United States   ( lcsh )
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catalog   ( marcgt )
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Description based on: 7/1/53; title from caption.

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Buildings...............-------
Canning-freezing-stori
Cooking........-.,--...-.....
Dairying and dairy cattle
Electrical equipment anc
Farm management......
Fertilizers ............
Fiber and oil crops .....
Flowers, see ornamental
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Forestry .................
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Poultry ................... ...... .
Range management....................
Sew ing....................... ....
Soil and water conservation..........
Sugar crops............... ...... .
Tobacco........................
Vegetable, herb, and truck gardening...
W ater.................. ......... .
W eeds.........................


BUILDINGS


12 Your farmhouse planning the k
and workroom
14 A step-saving U kitchen.
18 Easy-to-build kitchen cabinets for the r
eled farmhouse.
19 Your farmhouse planning the bath
56 Preventing cracks in new wood floors.
24 Sash greenhouses.
85 Four farmhouses for the South.
87 Farmhouse plans for minimum budgets.
01 Expansible farmhouses
03 Southern farmhouses.
11 Farmhouses for the North.
20 Two-temperature walk-in reTrigerator f
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24 Soil treatment an aid in termite control.
19 Your farmhouse How to plan remo4
33 Your Farmhouse. Insulation and W(


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F 1460
F 1512
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proofing.
Farmhouse plans for Northeastern States.
Your farmhouse heating.
Greenhouse construction and heating.
Simple plumbing repairs in the home.
Protection of buildings and farm property from
lightning.
Poultry houses and fixtures.
Making cellars dry.
Protection of log cabins, rustic work, and un-


CANNING-FREEZING-STORING


Home canning
Home canning
Home freezing
Freezing meat
use.


Pickle
Chick
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of meat.
of fruits and vegetables.
of fruits and vegetables.
and poultry products for home


Sand relish recipes.
en in the freezer.
utilization of muscadine grapes.
-made jellies, jams. and preserves.
nation of vegetables by salting or bringing.


Home storage of fruits and vegetables.


COOKING


27 Meat for thrifty meals.
33 Root vegetables in everyday meals.
34 Trichinosis: a disease caused by eating raw
pork.
74 Boning lamb cuts.


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Sour cream
Egg dishes
Cheese in y
Recipes for


some of its uses.
: how to prepare and use it at home.
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DAIRYING AND DAIRY CATTLE FIBER AND OIL CROPS
L 177 Pasteurization of milk. (Diseases, Insects, Marketing)
L 283 Fly control on dairy cattle and in dairy barns. L 151 Effects of feeds and saw speeds on cotton-turn.
F 920. 9 Mikgoats. : out and quality.
F 1412 Care and management of dairy bulls. L 167 Facts about cotton. .
S1422 Udder diseases of dairy cows. I 169 Preventing gin damage to cotton.
F 1443 Dairy cattle breeds. t l 181 Drying seed cotton.
F 1470 Care and management of dairy cows. L 211 Cotton from boll to bale.
F 1610 Dairy farming for beginners. L 216 Cotton-gin maintenance.
F 1626 Feeding dairy cows. L 217 Cotton ginning for pure-seed preservation.
r 1675 Care of milk utensils on the farm. L 241 Preventing cotton-press damage.
F 1723 Feeding and care of young dairy stock. L 246 Safeguarding identm ification of cotton bales.
F 1734 Making American cheese on the farm for home I 8330 Futures markets: Commodity Exchange Act
use. and Commodity Exchange Authority.
F 1769,Dairy cattle judging. L 339 The pink bollworm ... How we fight it.
F 1818 Mechanical milk cooling on farms. F 1661 Farm study of the cotton plant.
P 1974 The Dairy Herd Improvement Association W 1728 Flax-fiber production.
program. F 1935 Hemp.
F 1979 Making and storing farm butter for home use. F 2031 Tung production.
F 1998 Selecting dairy cattle on the basis of type and F 2041 Castor-bean production.
production records.
F 2017 Clean milk production. FORAGE CROPS
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENr T AND L (Diseases, Insects, Marketing)
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND weeivr
L 123 Sweetelover.
PRACTICES L 72 Measuring hay in stacks.
L 119 White clover.
G 10 Home freezing of fruits and vegetables. L 160 Crimson clover.


A step-saving U kitchen.
Freezing meat and poultry
use.
Chicken in the freezer.
Two-temperature walk-in


farm.
331 Drying shelled
heated air.
332 Drying shelled
unheated air.
333 Drying ear corn
334 Drying ear corn
838 Electric light for
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with unheated air.
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MANAGEMENT


Plowing terraced land.
Questions and answers on where and how to
get a farm.
Wood chips for the land.
Managing farm finances.
Laying out fields for tractor plowing.
Planning the farmstead.
Clearing land of brush and stumps.
Safe use and storage of gasoline and kerosene on
the farm.
Getting started in farming.
Useful records for family farms.
Planning the farm for profit and stability.
Part-time farming,.


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Strawberry dover.
The potato leafhopper, a peSt of alfalfa in the
Eastern States.
Kobe, a superior lespedeza.
Control of the garden webwormx in alfalfa.
Control of the ifalfa caterpillar.
The making and feeding of silage.
The control of the clover-flower midge.
Cowpeas: culture and varieties.
The velvet bean.
The clover leaf weevil and its control.
Soybeans: culture and varieties.
High-grade alfalfa hay. Methods of producing,
baling, and loading for market.
The sorghum midge, with suggestion for con-
trol.
Chalcid control in alfalfa-seed product ion.
Vetch culture and uses.
Bur-clover cultivation and utilization.
High-grade timothy and clover hay: methods
of producing, whaling, and loading for market.
Control of common white grubs in cereal and
forage crops.
The culture and use of sorghums for forage.
Lespedeza'culture and utilization.
Ladino white clover for the Northeastern States
Kudzu as a farm crop.
Persian clover.
Lupines, new legumes for the South.
Sorghum diseases and their control.
Irrigated pastures for forage production and
Soil conservation.
Crotalarm culture and utulitation.
Habits and control of the fall armyworm.
Lemnmne inonlation .- What it is .


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Planting southern pines.
Community forests for rural people.
Control of white pine blister rust.
Windbreaks and shelterbelts for the Plains
States.
Does farm timber growing pay in the South?
Prevent tanbark deterioration.
The redheaded pine sawfly. -"
Measuring and marketing farm timber.
Slash pine.
The windbreak as a farm asset.
Selling black walnut timber.
Shortleaf pine.
The Black Hills beetle, a serious enemy of
Rocky Mountain pines.
Reducing losses from tree diseases in eastern
forests and farm woodlands.
Pruning southern pines.
Equipment and methods for harvesting farm
woodland products.
Modern turpentining practices.
Managing the small forest.
Tree planting in the Central, Piedmont, and
Southern Appalachian regions.
Logging farm forest crops in the Northeast.
Cutting for profit in southern pine woodlands.


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Quince growing.
Why fruit trees fail to bear.
Dwarf fruits.
Cankerworms.
Blight of pears, apples, and quinces.
The home fruit garden in the East Central and
Middle Atlantic States.
The home fruit garden in the Southeastern and
Central Southern States.
The home fruit garden in the Central South-
western States.
The home fruit garden in the Pacific Coast
States and Arizona.
The home fruit garden in the Northeastern and
North Central States.
Control of apple tree borers.
The native persimmon.
Growing cherries cast of the Rocky Mountains.
Raspberry culture.
Growing fruit for home use.
Strawberry culture: South Atlantic and Gulf
Coast regions.
Strawberry culture: Western United States.
Strawberry culture: Eastern United States.
Strawberry varieties in the United States.
The peach borer.
Olive growing in the Southwestern United
States.
Bridge grafting.
Plum and prune growing in the Pacific States.
Apple scald and its control.
Currants and gooseberries: their culture and
relation to white pine blister rust.
Diseases of raspberries and blackberries.
Nut-tree propagation.
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Grapes for different regions.
Blueberry growing.
Conserving soil and moisture in orchards and
vineyards.
Growing erect and trailing blackberries.
Control of the citrus rust mite.
Peach growing east of the Rocky Mountains.


GRAINS (Diseases, Insects, Marketing)


298 Grading soft red
points.
314 Inclined-column g
315 Barberry bushes
oats, barley, rye
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330 Futures
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F 1990
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with unheated air.
their control in corn and other


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The corn root aphid and methods of controlling
it.
The southern corn rootworm and farm practices
to control it.
Proso, or hog millet.
Stored grain pests.


The wheat strawworm and its control.
Emmer and spelt.
The European corn borer-its present
and methods of control.
Scab of wheat and barley and its control.
The nematode disease of wheat and rye.
The Hessian fly and how losses from it c


avoided.
Broomcorn growing and handling.
Corn Earworm as an Enemy o Field (
the Eas ern States.
Popcorn. ,
Wheat smuts and their control.
Growing barley for malt and feed.
The what and how of hybrid corn.
Control of common white grubs in cer
forage crops.
Seed corn.
Diseases of rice.
Control of insect pests of grain in e
storage.
Varieties of spring wheat for the North (
States.
Insect pests of stored rice and their cont
Mormon crickets and their control.
Grow disease-resistant oats.
Handling and storing soft corn on the fa
Habits and control of the fall armyworm
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L 300 Grass Aed production on irrigatedlant
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Pots and paMs for your kitchen. .
Tools for food preparation and dishwashing.
Buying sweaters for the family.
A fruit and vegetable buying guide for con-
sinners.
Preservation of leather bookbindings.
Know your butter grades.
What to do when your home freezer stops.
Preventing and removing mildew: Home
methods.
Home freezers: Their selection and use.
Buying men's suits.
Stain removal from fabrics: Home methods.
Leather shoes: Selection and care.
Fireproofing fabrics.
Cotton shirts for men and boys.
Rural library service.
Women's dresses and slips: A buying guide.
Buying boys' suits.


INSECTS (See a/so under crops or
animal attacked)


24 Cloths moths and carpet beetles. Hc
combat them.
88 Ants in the home garden. How to ci
them.
44 Cockroaches and their control.
49 Silverfish.
52 How to control fleas.
61 The eastern tent caterpillar.
82 Housefly control.
86 Domestic mosquitoes.
89 Psocids, annoying house pests.
12 The sand wireworm.
36 Preventing damage to commercial dried
by the raisin moth.
37 Control of Mole Crickets.
02 Chigger control.
09 Preventing greenbug outbreaks.
24 Soil treatment, an aid min termite control.
37 Bedbugs. How to control them.


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The periodical cicada (the 17-year Jocust).
Transferring bees to modern hives.
The Mexican bean beetle in jthe East, and
control.


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F 1668 The Red Harvester ant and how to subdue it.
F 1713 The treatment of American foulbrood.
F 1780 How to fight the ehmch bug.
F 1850 The armyworm and its control.
F 1911 Preventing damage to buildings by subterra-
nean termites and their control.
F 1993 Decay and termite damage in houses.
1 2004 Controlling the Japanese beetle.


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Controlling kidney worms in sWine.
Controlling lungworms of swile.
Nodular worm disease of sheep.
Palpating domestic rabbits to determine
pregnancy.
Hamister raise "
The guinea pig.
Raising laboratory mice and rats.
Chinchilla raising.
Fur-farming possibilities.
Curing pork country style.
Horn-fly control on beef cattle.
Control of lice and sheep ticks on sheep and
goats.
U. S. grades of beef.
Control of hog lice.
Control of lice on cattle.
Stable flies. How to control them.
Breeds of sheep for the farm.
Breeds of draft horses.
Foot-and-mouth disease.
Sheep scab.
How to select a sound horse. .
Horse-breeding suggestions for farmers.
Equipment for farm sheep raising.
Hog cholera.
Cattle lice and how to eradicate them.
Breeds of light horses.
The spinose ear tick and methods of treating
infested animals. IN
Cattle scab and methods of control and eradi-
cation.
Hemorrhagic septicenmina,.
Feeding horses.
Judging beef cattle.
Hog lice and hog mange. Methods of control
and eradication.
Castrating and docking lambs. 1
The beef calf; its growth and development.
Dourine in horses.
Feeding cottonseed products to livestock.
Raising sheep on temporary pastures.
Pork on the farm: killing, curing and canning.
Judging sheep. -
The angora goat.
Breeds of swine.
Sheep-killing dogs.
Home tanning of leather and small fur skins.
Mule production.
Blackleg: Its nature, cause and prevention.
Castration of hogs.
Breaking and training colts.
Beef on the farm-slaughtering, cutting, and
curing.
Care and management of farm work horses.
Swine production.
Fitting, showing, and judging hogs.
Hog-lot equipment.
The horse bots and their control.
Self-feeding vs. hand-feeding sows and litters.
Farm horseshoeing.
Feeding cattle for beef.
Beef production on the farm.
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Beef cattle for breeding purposes.
Diseases of sheep and goats.
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Diseases and parasites of mink.
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The sheep tick and its eradication.


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Feed-lot and ranch equipment for beef cattle.
Fire safeguards for the farm.
Storage of gasoline and kerosene on the farm.
Plowing with moldboard plows.


Care and repair of mowers and binders.
Harvesting with combines.
Care and use of rope on the farm.
Disk plows and their operation.
Electric brooding-saves pigs, saves
saves feed.


lambs,


NUTRITION


8 1 Nutrition up-to-date, up to you.
5 Food for the family with young children.
13 Food for families with school children.
17 Food guide for older folks.
268 Eat a good breakfast ... to start a good
day.
288, National food guide.
306 Food for two.

ORNAMENTAL PLANTS AND
TREES (Diseases, Insects)


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25 Roses for the home.
90 Rockeries.
183 Cankerwormns.
184 The elm leaf beetle.
185 Elm bark beetles.
199 Gardenia culture.
206 Culture of orMbids.
290 Protection of turf from damage by Japanese
beetle grubs.
329 Control of dutch elm disease and elm phloem
necrosis.
171 Growing annual flowering plants.
855 Culture,,diseases, and pests of the box tree.
872 House plants.
896 Care of damaged shade trees.
967 Reducing damage to trees from construction


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work.
ommon diseases of
rnamental woody
Great Plains.
rnamental hedges
Plains.
ornamental shrubs
Plains.
rnamental hedges
Plains.


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RANGE


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MANAGEMENT


180 How to keep and increase black grama on
southwestern ranges.
215 How to graze blue grama on southwestern
ranges.
239 Moderate grazing pays on California annual-
type ranges.
782 Indicators of southwestern range conditions.
924 Recseeding to increase the yield of Montana
range lands.
948 Sagebrush burning-good and bad.
949 Judging conditions and utilizationofshortgrass
ranges on the central Great Plains.
056 Reseeding southwestern rang lands with
crested wheatgrass.


SEWING


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251
255
482
1873
1894
1925
1944
1954
1960
1963
1964
1968


Fitting coats and suits.
Row to tailor a woman's suit.
Child's self-help overall.
Dresses designed for little girls.
Mending men's suits.
Slipcovers for furniture.
Coat making at home.
ABC's of mending.
Sewing machines, cleaning and adjusting.
Making a dress at home.
Carpet and rug repair.
Dresses and aprons for work in the home.
Firt ing dresses.
Pattern alteration.


SOIL AND WATER CONSERVA-
TION


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247 Soil moisture and wheat yields on t
Plains.
248 Bicolor lespedeza for quail and soil ci
tion in the Southeast.
249 What is a conservation farm plan?
254 Using tall fescue in soil conservation.
256 Muiiflora roses for living fences and
cover.
257 Grass waterways.
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F 1409 Turkey raising.
F 1506 Standard breeds and varieties of chickens.
1. American, Asiati CL, English, and Medite-
ranean classes.
F 1507 Standard breeds and varieties of chiakens.
2. Continental European, Oriental, game,
ornamental, and misellaneous classes.
F 1508 Poultry keeping in backyards.
F 1524 Farm poultry raising.
F 1538 Incubation and brooding of chickens.
F 1614 Business records for poultry keepers.
F 1652 Diseases and parasites of poultry.
F 1727 Selecting hens for egg production.
F 1815 Grading dressed turkeys.
F 2030 Marke'.ing farm poultry.


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F 2033
1 2035
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F 2047


SUGAR


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F 1791
F 1903
F 2029

F 2054


CROPS


Sorgo for siamp production: Culture, harvest-
ing, and handling. .
Sugar-beet culture in the humid area of the
TJUmted States.
Farm production of sorgo sirup.
Sugar-beet culture min the mtermountam area.
Sugar-beet culture inm the northern Great Plains
area.
Control of the sugar beet nematode.


(Diseases, Insects)


Control of hornworms on tobacco.
Tobacco curing.
Tobacco culture.
Tobacco cutworms and their control.
The tobacco budworm and its control.
Steam sterilization of soil for tobacco and other
crops.
Producing cigar tobacco in Pennsylvania.
Tobacco diseases and their control.


VEGETABLE, HERB, AN
GARDENING (Diseases,
Marketing)


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Insects,


7 Growing vegetables in town and city.
9 Suburban and farm vegetable gardens.
23 A vegetable gardener's handbook on
and disease.
29 Cutworms min the garden How to
them.
63 Late blight of tomatoes. .
16 Growing the Jerusalem-artichoke.
25 Production of carrots.
26 Rhubarb production.


insects


control


The culture of table beets.
Production of spinach.
Production and preparation of horseradish.
Production of eggplant.
Production of water cress.
Production of salsify or vegetable-oyster.
Production of parsley.
Rhubarb forcing.
Production of garlic.
Production of pumpkins and squashes.
Production of turnips and rutabagas.


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Conserving soiU and moisture in orchards and
vineyards.
When drought returns to the Great Plains. .
Farm fishponds for food and good land use.
Stubble-mulch farming to hold soil and water.
For insurance against drought soil and
water conservation.
Sericea in conservation farming.
Making land produce useful wildlife.
Farm drainage.
Maintaining drainage systems.


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F 1390

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F 1396

F 1418
F 1428
F 1439
F 1442
F 1468
F 1503
F 1646
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7 1735
F 1743
F1863
F 1881
F 1981
F 1915

F 1934
F 1945

F 195&
F 1955
F 1956
F 1957
F 1948
F 1971
F 1977
F1986
F 1988
F 1996
F 1999
F 2000
Fr 2013
F 2020

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F 2040
F 8045
F 8048
F 2051


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Goldens
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Onion diseases and their control.
Ginseng culture.
Utilization of flue-heated tobao .barns fmr
sweetpotato storage.
Preparation of fresh tomatoes for market.
Vegetable seeds for the home and market gar-
den,
Watermelons.
The dasheen: a Southern root crop for home.
use and market.
Lettuce growing in greenhouses.
Preparation of cabbage for market.
Diseases of cabbage and related plants.
Storage of sweetpotatoes.
Musk melons..
Cucumber growing.
Asparagus culture.
Bean diseases and their control.
Pea diseases and their control.
Hotbeds and coldframes.
The turnip aphid in the Southern States and
methods for its control.
Potato diseases and their control.
Snap beans for marketing, canning, and freez-
ing.
Tomato diseases.
The pea aphid on peas and methods for its
controL
JLettuce varieties and culture.
Onion-set production.
Growing the transplant onion crop.
Cauliflower and broccoli varieties and culture.
Potato production min the Northeastern and
North Central States.
The pea weevil and methods for its control.
Savory herbs: culture and use.
Potato storage,
Mint farming.
Growing dry beans in the Western States.
Production of drug and condiment plants.
Home vegetable gardening in the Central and
High Plains and Mountain Valleys.
Containers in common use for fresh fruits and
vegetables.
SCommercial growing and harvesting of sweet-
potatoes.
Potato growing in the Western States.
SControl of potato insects.
Commercial production of tomatoes.
SControlling nematodes in the home garden.
Pepper production, disease, and insect control.


WATER


L 259 How to build a farm pond.
L 882 Know your watersheds.
L 297 Border irrigation.
E 1978 Safe water for the farm.


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