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The Resource Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture, 1905., (electronic resource)

Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture, 1905., (electronic resource)

Label
Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture, 1905.
Title
Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture, 1905.
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Readex
Government publication
federal national government publication
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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United States
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  • Allen, E.W
  • Brodie, D.A
  • Crosby, Dick J
  • Crosby, M.A
  • Frankenfield, H.C.,
  • Grinnell, Henry
  • Holmes, George K
  • Hopkins, A.D
  • Howard, L.O.,
  • Langworthy, C.F.,
  • Lantz, David E.,
  • Mathewson, E.H.,
  • McNess, George T
  • Mead, Elwood
  • Palmer, T.S.,
  • Peters, J. Girvin
  • Pickrell, Watson
  • Pieters, A.J
  • Powell, George Harold
  • Quaintance, A.L
  • Ransom, B.H
  • Rolfs, P.H
  • Schulte, J.I
  • Shamel, A.D.,
  • Smith, Bernard H
  • Spillman, W.J.,
  • Sterling, Ernest A
  • Taylor, William A
  • True, Rodney H.,
  • Warburton, C.W
  • Webber, Herbert John
  • Webster, F.M
  • Wells, Levi
  • Wiley, Harvey Washington
  • United States
Series statement
  • United States congressional serial set;
  • House document / 59th Congress, 1st session. House
Series volume
  • serial set no. 5045
  • no. 892
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  • United States
  • United States
  • Agricultural colleges
  • Agricultural diversification
  • Agriculture
  • Agricultural education
  • Agricultural experiment stations
  • Agricultural industries
  • Agricultural pests
  • Agricultural prices
  • Agricultural production
  • Agricultural research
  • Agricultural societies
  • Agricultural transportation
  • Agriculture
  • Animal diseases
  • Animal welfare
  • Art
  • Butter
  • Coasts and coastlines
  • Crops
  • Exotic plants
  • Exports
  • Farms
  • Federal receipts and expenditures
  • Floods
  • Food adulteration
  • Food law and legislation
  • Foreign trade
  • Forest management
  • Forests
  • Formaldehyde
  • Fruit
  • Game and game birds
  • Horticulture
  • Imports
  • Irrigation
  • Livestock
  • Logging
  • Medicinal plants
  • Meteorology and weather forecasting
  • Mice
  • Moths
  • Ostriches
  • Parasites
  • Peach
  • Pine
  • Plants (Botany)
  • Rodents
  • Rural areas
  • Seeds
  • Soils
  • Syrups
  • Telephone
  • Tobacco
  • Transportation fares and rates
  • Transportation
  • Trees
  • Tropical plants
  • Weather
  • Financial statements
  • Valuation
  • Alabama
  • Arizona Territory (1863-1912)
  • Arkansas
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • South (U.S.)
  • Texas
  • Virginia
Label
Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture, 1905., (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. 5
  • List of illustrations, p. 7
  • The gypsy and brown-tail moths and their European parasites, by L.O. Howard, p. 123
  • How parasites are transmitted, by B.H. Ransom, p. 139
  • Some ways in which the Department of Agriculture and the experiment stations supplement each other, by E.W. Allen, p. 167
  • How to grow young trees for forest planting, by E.A. Sterling, p. 183
  • Diversified farming in the Cotton Belt: I. South Atlantic Coast, by W.J. Spillman, p. 193. II. Alabama and Mississippi, by M.A. Crosby, p. 201. III. Louisiana, Arkansas, and northeastern Texas, by D.A. Brodie, p. 207. IV. Texas, by C.W. Warburton, p. 212
  • Dark fire-cured tobacco of Virginia and the possibilities for its improvement, by George T. McNess and E.H. Mathewson, p. 219
  • Extension of the River and Flood Service of the Weather Bureau, by H.C. Frankenfield, p. 231
  • Table sirups, by H.W. Wiley, p. 241
  • Insect enemies of forest reproduction, by A.D. Hopkins, p. 249
  • The use of illustrative material in teaching agriculture in rural schools, by Dick J. Crosby, p. 257
  • New fruit productions of the Department of Agriculture, by Herbert J. Webber, p. 275
  • The business of seed and plant introduction and distribution, by A.J. Pieters, p. 291
  • Fruit and its uses as food, by C.F. Langworthy, p. 307
  • The principal insect enemies of the peach, by A.L. Quaintance, p. 325
  • The handling of fruit for transportation, by G. Harold Powell, p. 349
  • Meadow mice in relation to agriculture and horticulture, by D.E. Lantz, p. 363
  • The effect of inbreeding in plants, by A.D. Shamel, p. 377
  • Renovated butter: Its origin and history, by Levi Wells, p. 393
  • Ostrich farming in Arizona, by Watson Pickrell, p. 399
  • Illustrations of the influence of experiment station work on culture of field crops, by J.I. Schulte, p. 407
  • The relation of irrigation to dry farming, by Elwood Mead, p. 423
  • New opportunities in subtropical fruit growing, by P.H. Rolfs, p. 439
  • Prolonging the life of telephone poles, by Henry Grinnell, p. 455
  • Farm practice in the control of field-crop insects, by F.M. Webster, p. 465
  • Formaldehyde: Its composition and uses, by Bernard H. Smith, p. 477
  • Waste in logging southern yellow pine, by J. Girvin Peters, p. 483
  • Promising new fruits, by William A. Taylor, p. 495
  • Causes affecting farm values, by George K. Holmes, p. 511
  • Progress in drug-plant cultivation, by Rodney H. True, p. 533
  • Federal game protection: A five years' retrospect, by T.S. Palmer, p. 541
  • Appendix, p. 563
  • Index, p. 783
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000144754
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
815 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)115F5B5F623C2518
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture, 1905., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. 5
  • List of illustrations, p. 7
  • The gypsy and brown-tail moths and their European parasites, by L.O. Howard, p. 123
  • How parasites are transmitted, by B.H. Ransom, p. 139
  • Some ways in which the Department of Agriculture and the experiment stations supplement each other, by E.W. Allen, p. 167
  • How to grow young trees for forest planting, by E.A. Sterling, p. 183
  • Diversified farming in the Cotton Belt: I. South Atlantic Coast, by W.J. Spillman, p. 193. II. Alabama and Mississippi, by M.A. Crosby, p. 201. III. Louisiana, Arkansas, and northeastern Texas, by D.A. Brodie, p. 207. IV. Texas, by C.W. Warburton, p. 212
  • Dark fire-cured tobacco of Virginia and the possibilities for its improvement, by George T. McNess and E.H. Mathewson, p. 219
  • Extension of the River and Flood Service of the Weather Bureau, by H.C. Frankenfield, p. 231
  • Table sirups, by H.W. Wiley, p. 241
  • Insect enemies of forest reproduction, by A.D. Hopkins, p. 249
  • The use of illustrative material in teaching agriculture in rural schools, by Dick J. Crosby, p. 257
  • New fruit productions of the Department of Agriculture, by Herbert J. Webber, p. 275
  • The business of seed and plant introduction and distribution, by A.J. Pieters, p. 291
  • Fruit and its uses as food, by C.F. Langworthy, p. 307
  • The principal insect enemies of the peach, by A.L. Quaintance, p. 325
  • The handling of fruit for transportation, by G. Harold Powell, p. 349
  • Meadow mice in relation to agriculture and horticulture, by D.E. Lantz, p. 363
  • The effect of inbreeding in plants, by A.D. Shamel, p. 377
  • Renovated butter: Its origin and history, by Levi Wells, p. 393
  • Ostrich farming in Arizona, by Watson Pickrell, p. 399
  • Illustrations of the influence of experiment station work on culture of field crops, by J.I. Schulte, p. 407
  • The relation of irrigation to dry farming, by Elwood Mead, p. 423
  • New opportunities in subtropical fruit growing, by P.H. Rolfs, p. 439
  • Prolonging the life of telephone poles, by Henry Grinnell, p. 455
  • Farm practice in the control of field-crop insects, by F.M. Webster, p. 465
  • Formaldehyde: Its composition and uses, by Bernard H. Smith, p. 477
  • Waste in logging southern yellow pine, by J. Girvin Peters, p. 483
  • Promising new fruits, by William A. Taylor, p. 495
  • Causes affecting farm values, by George K. Holmes, p. 511
  • Progress in drug-plant cultivation, by Rodney H. True, p. 533
  • Federal game protection: A five years' retrospect, by T.S. Palmer, p. 541
  • Appendix, p. 563
  • Index, p. 783
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000144754
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
815 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)115F5B5F623C2518
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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