The Cereals in America

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O. Judd Company, 1908 - Grain - 421 pages
As the titel of this book suggests, the cereals have been treated principally with reference to their American environment, although valuable foreign data have often been included. This is especially true with reference to varieties, fertilization, culture, harvesting, production, use and marketing of these crops. It is not a monograph of experiment station literature
 

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