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1 a better America through the 4-H Clubs
agriculture Information Bulletin 58
roughout the Nation are helping to build a stronger and better
ion gives the organization and objectives of 4-H Clubs.
tern States. W. C. Edmundson, L. A. Schaal, and
ant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering and
I Plant Quarantine. 58 p., illus. Supersedes F 1843.
d wildlife. Wallace L. Anderson, Soil Conservation
2035.) Price 150.
ier. Leo E. Holman and Frank W. Andrew.
and Agricultural Engineering. Folder, illus.
stem rust. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quaran-
ipersedes M 131. (L 315.) Price 5f.
Margaret M. Maschi.
v to prepare and use them. H. W. Gilbertson. Ex-
ly M 634. 41 p., illus. (AH 32.) Price 250. FOR
F: New processes and products from agricultural
heesman. Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chem-
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opinions about citrus products. Bureau of Agricul-
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consumer education. Irene H. Wolgamot. Bureau
Ld Home Economics. 18 p. (AB 54.) Price 10e. FOR
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ertrude L. Warren.
Men's preferences among wool suits, coats, and jackets. I
tural Economics. 100 p., illus. (AB 64.) Price 30., F.
Reconnaissance soil survey of Liberia. William E. Reed.
Agricultural Relations, United States Department of Agricull
Cooperation Administration, United States Department of S
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Forest resources of Liberia. Karl R. Mayer. Office of F(
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The balance sheet for 1951 and current financial trend
F. L. Garloek, A. S. Tostlebe, R. J. Burroughs, H. T. LiE
and M. E. Wallace. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 41
Price 154. FOR SALE ONLY.'
Handling apples from tree to table. D. F. Fisher and Edw
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Shrub plantings for soil conservation and wildlife cover
Frank C. Edminster and Richard M. May. Soil Conservati
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Peat and muck in agriculture. M. S. Anderson, S. F. Blake,
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Performance of crosses between six inbred lines of swin
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HOME AND GARDEN BULLETINS
A step-saving U kitchen. Bureau of Human Nutrition and
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Freezing meat and poultry products for home use. Bur(
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Market diseases of fruits and vegetables: Apples, pears,
Rose, L. P. McColloch, and D. F. Fisher. Bureau of Pla
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Service and regulatory announcements. Bureau of Animal
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ph R. Botts. Bureau of Agricultural Economics in coopera-
versity of Virginia. 183 p., illus. (T 104.) Price 400.
d bank system .. how it operates. Farm Credit Adminis-
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t news statistics and related data, 1950. Production and
ainistration.  p. (SB 104.) Price 35 FOR SALE ONLY.'
forest resources and industries. Lee M. James.
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