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7:516, 1903, Flour.
9:138, 1903, Harvest and Harvesting.
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Bui. 7. 1902, Algerian durum wheats. C. S. Scofield.
20, 1902, Manufacture of semolina and macaroni. R. P. Skinnor.
25. 1903, Saragolla wheat. D. G. Fairchild.
40, 1903, Injurious insects of the year in Canada. J. Fletcher.
41, 1903. The commercial grading of corn. C. S. Scofield.
47, 1903. The description of wheat varieties. C. S. Scofield.
63, 1904, Investigations of rusts. M. A. Carleton.
70, 1904, The commercial status of durum wheat. M. A. Carleton.
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71, 1905, Soil inocculations for legumes. G. T. Moore.
72, 1905, Cultivation of wheat in permanent alfalfa fields. David
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13, 1900, Food of the bobolink, blackbirds and grackles. F. E. L. Beal. Division of Botany:
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Cir. 6, 1896, Standards of the purity and vitality of agricultural seeds.
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tilizers. G. H. Hicks. Division of Entomology: Bul. 17. 1888. The chinch bug. L. 0. Howard.
25, 1891, Destructive locusts. C. V. Rilev. $ 28, 1893, The more destructive locusts of America north of Mexico.
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agriculture, 13, 1898, The fertilizer industry. J. Hyde. 18, 1901, The course of prices of farm implements and machinery
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Bul. 27. 1904. Wheat production and farm life in Argentina. F. W. Bicknell.
38, 1905, Crop export movement and port facilities on the Atlantic and
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42, 1906, Russia's wheat surplus. I. M. Rubinow. Division of Vegetable Physiology and Pathology:
Bul. 10, 1899, Cereal rust of the United States. M. A. Carleton.
24, 1900, The basis of the improvement of American wheats. M. A.
29, 1901, Plant breeding. W. M. Hays.
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46, 1896, Irrigation in humid climates. F. H. King.
56, 1897, Experiment station work, I.
75, 1898, The grain smuts. W. T. Swingle.
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105, 1899, Experiment station work, XII.
112, 1900, Bread and the principles of bread-making. Helen W. Atwater.
132, 1901, The principal insect enemies of growing wheat. C. L. Marlatt.
186, 1904, Experiment station work, XXIII.
219, 1905, Losses from the grain rust epidemic of 1904. M. A. Carleton.
233, 1905, Experiment station work, XXXI.
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250, 1906, The prevention of stinking smut of wheat and loose smut of
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United States. 11, 1892. 67, 1899, Studies on bread and bread making. H. Snyder and L. A.
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of Wyoming. J. S. Dennis, Fred Bond, etc. 101, 1900, Studies on bread and bread making. H. Snyder. Report, 1901, including “The scope and purpose of irrigation investigations
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112, 1902, Agricultural Experiment Stations in foreign countries. A.C.
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1894, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. J. S. Morton, p. 9.
Education and research in argiculture in the United States. A. C.
True, p. 81.
Soils in their relation to crop production. M. Whitney, p. 129.
Water as a factor in the growth of plants. B. T. Galloway, A. F.
Woods, p. 165.
Mineral phosphates as fertilizers. H. W. Wiley, p. 177.
The most important insects injurious to stored grain. F. H. Chitten-
den, p. 277.
The grain smuts: Their causes and prevention. W. T. Swingle, p. 409,
1895. Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. J. S. Morton, p. 9.
Soil ferments important in agriculture. H. W. Wiley, p. 69.
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Humus in its relation to soil fertility. H. Snyder, p. 131. 1896, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. J. S. Morton, p. 9.
Potash and its function in agriculture. H. W. Wiley, p. 107.
Irrigation on the Great Plains. F. H. Newell, p. 167.
Migration of weeds. L. H. Dewey, p. 263.
The superior value of large, heavy seed. G. H. Hicks, J. C. Dabney,
Agricultural education and research in Belgium. A. C. True, p. 361.
Improvement in wheat culture. M. A. Carleton, p. 489.
An ideal department of agriculture and industries. E. Tisserand,
1897, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. J. Wilson, p. 9.
Division of Chemistry. H. W. Wiley, p. 76.
Division of Botany. F. G. Coville, p. 90.
Division of Vegetable Physiology and Pathology. B. T. Galloway,
Division of Soils. M. Whitney, p, 122.
Division of Statistics. J. Hyde, p. 258.
Popular education for the farmer in the United States. A. C. True,
Every farm an experiment station. E. E. Ewell, p. 291.
Birds that injure grain. F. E. L. Beal, p. 345.
Hybrids and their utilization in plant breeding. W. T. Swingle,
H. J. Webber, p. 383.
Danger of importing insect pests. L. 0. Howard, p. 529. 1898, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. J. Wilson, p. 9.
Birds as weed destroyers. S. D. Judd, p. 221.
Work in Vegetable Physiology and Pathology. A. F. Woods, p. 261.
Improvement of plants by selection. H. J. Webber, p. 355.
The movement and retention of water in the soils. L. J. Briggs, p. 399.
The soluble mineral matter of soils. T. H. Means, p. 495. 1899, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. J. Wilson, p. 9.
Work of the meteorologist for the benefit of agricultural commerce
and navigation. F. H. Bigelow, p. 71
Progress in economic entomology in the United States. L. 0. How-
ard, p. 135.
Agricultural education in the United States. A. C. True, p. 157.
Progress in the treatment of plant diseases in the United States. B.T.
Galloway, p. 191.
The relation of chemistry to the progress of agriculture. H. W. Wiley,
Progress of agriculture in the United States. G. K. Holmes, p. 307.
Soil investigations in the United States. M. Whitney. p. 335.
Progress of plant breeding in the United States. H. J. Webber, E. A
Bessey, p. 465.
Development of agricultural libraries. C. H. Greathouse, p. 491.
Agricultural experiment stations in the United States. A. C. True,
Seed selling, seed growing and seed testing. A. J. Pieters, p. 549.
Rise and future of irrigation in the United States. E. Mead, p. 591.
Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. J. Wilson, p. 9.
Agricultural education in France. C. B. Smith, p. 115.
Commercial plant introduction. J. G. Smith, p. 131.
Influence of rye on the price of wheat. E. T. Peters. p. 167.
Hot waves: Conditions which produce them and their effect on agri-
culture. A. T. Burrows, p. 325.
Objects and methods of investigation of certain physical properties of
soils. L. J. Briggs, p. 397.
Practical irrigation. "c. T. Johnston, etc., p. 491.
Successful wheat growing in semi-arid districts. M. A. Carleton, p.529. 1901, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. J. Wilson, p. 9.
Progress in plant and animal breeding. W. M. Hays. p. 217.
Agricultural seeds--where grown and how handled. A. J. Pieters,
Influence of environment on the chemical composition of plants.
H. W. Wiley, p. 299.
Some typical reservoirs in the Rocky Mountain states. E. Mead,
Experimental work with fungous diseases of grasshoppers. L. O
Howard, p. 459.
Wheat ports on the Pacific coast. E. S. Holmes, Jr., p. 567.
1902, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. J. Wilson, p. 9.
Industrial progress in plant work. B. T. Galloway, p. 219
Some engineering features of drainage. C. G. Elliott, p. 231.
Analysis of waters and interpretation of results. J. K. Haywood,
Bacteria and the nitrogen problem. G. T. Moore, p. 333.
Systems of farm management in the United States. W. J. Spillman,
Progress in secondary education in agriculture. A. C. True, p. 481.
Practices in crop rotation. G. K. Holmes, p. 519.
Crops used in the reclamation of alkali lands in Egypt. T. H. Kear-
ney, T. H. Means, p. 573.
Some practical results of experiment station work. W. H. Beal. D.589.
Rainfall and irrigation. E. A. Beals, p. 627.
1903, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, J. Wlson, p. 9.
The farmers' institutes. John Hamilton, p. 109.
Some results of investigations in soil management. F.H. King, p. 159.
Preparing land for irrigation. R. P. Teele, p. 239.
Macaroni wheat J. H. Shepard, p. 329.
Wheat for bre... Harry Snyder, C. D. Wood, p. 347.
Some soil problems for practical farmers. E. C. Chilcott, p. 441. 1904, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, p. 9.
The relation of plant physiology to the development of agriculture.
A. F. Woods, p. 119.
Agricultural development in Argentina. F. W. Bicknell, p. 271.
The annual loss occasioned by destructive insects in the United States.
C. L. Marlatt, p. 461.
State publications on agriculture. C. H. Greathouse, p. 521.
1905, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, p. 9.
Some ways in which the Department of Agriculture and the Experi-
ment Station supplement each other. E. W. Allen, p. 167.
The use of illustrative material in teaching agriculture in rural schools.
D. J. Crosby, p. 257.
The business of seed and plant introduction. A. J. Pieters, p. 291
The effect of inbreeding in plants. A. D. Shamel, p. 377.
Illustrations of the influence of experiment station work on culture of
field crops. J. I. Schulte, p. 407.
The relation of irrigation to dry farming. Elwood Mead, p. 423.
Farm practice in the control of field-crop insects. F. M. Webster,
Formaldehyde: Its composition and uses. B. H. Smith, p. 477.
1906, Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, p. 9.
The present status of the nitrogen problem, p. 125.
The use of soil surveys, p. 181.
The effect of climatic conditions on the composition of durum wheat,
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8th, 1860, Agriculture.
9th, 1870, Vol. 3.
10th, 1880, 2, Statistics of manufacturers.
Manufactures in interchangeable mechanism; VII, Agricultural
implements. C. H. Fitch.
3, Remarks on the statistics of agriculture. F. A. Walker.
General statistics-tabular statements.
Cereal production. W. H. Brewer.
Flour milling. K. Neftel.
11th, 1890, Part 1, Fire insurance. T. A. Jenny.
Manufacturing industries in the United States.
Statistics of agriculture. J. Hvde.
Agriculture by irrigation. F. H. Newell.