farmers' bulletins nos. 802-825 with contexts and index

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Page 3 - Cost of practical forms; period effective. Practical forms of the official standards of the United States for American cotton linters will be furnished to any person, subject to the general terms and conditions specified in 28.115 with respect to the practical forms of the official cotton standards of the United States, and upon prepayment of the costs thereof, which shall be at the rate of $5 each, fob Washington, DC, for shipments within the continental United States, and $6.25 each, delivered...
Page 7 - In a very largo building with numerous doors and windows it is often advisable to build one or two partitions from floor to ceiling to prevent drafts. Fresh air can be admitted through muslin-screened windows opened on the side opposite to that from which the wind is blowing without causing drafts if all other sides of the building are tightly closed.
Page 27 - ... composed of good cotton upon the exterior and decidedly inferior cotton in the interior, in such manner as not to be detected by customary examination, or (4) containing pickings or linters worked into the bale.
Page 26 - Studies on Bread and Bread Making at the University of Minnesota in 1899 and 1900. By Harry Snyder, BS, Professor of Chemistry. College of Agriculture, University of Minnesota, and Chemist. Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 65, pis.
Page 35 - Certain newly discovered substances in very small amounts, which are believed to play an important part in keeping people well and in promoting the growth of children. Without milk in the diet some of these substances, particularly those necessary for children, would be lacking, and without meat, milk, eggs, fruits, and vegetables others needed by persons of all ages might not be present in sufficient amounts.
Page 28 - RADISH. The radish is quite hardy and may be grown throughout the winter in hotbeds at the North, in cold frames in the latitude of Washington, and in the open ground in the South. For the home garden the seed should be sown in the open ground as soon as the soil is moderately warm. Plant in drills 12 to 18 inches apart, and as soon as the plants are up thin them slightly to prevent crowding. Radishes require to be grown on a quick, rich soil, and some of the earlier sorts can be matured in two to...
Page 35 - Protein.- — Protein serves as fuel for the body and also provides a certain important element, nitrogen, which is needed in the case of children for growth and in the case of both children and grown people to keep the body in repair. Without the meat or meat substitutes (including milk) the meals would be lacking in this body-building material.
Page 22 - One pinch under the head, one on the neck, two on the back, one on the breast, one below the vent, one on the tail, one on each thigh, and one on the underside of each wing. The feathers should be ruffled to allow the powder to get next to the skin.
Page 26 - Immature staple, or cotton that is "gin cut" or reginned, or cotton that is "repacked" or "false packed" or "mixed packed" or "water packed,' shall not be delivered on, under, or in settlement of such contract.
Page 3 - When cut for hay, the stubble and roots remain in the soil, and when pastured, the uneaten parts of the plants, as well as the manure made while animals are on pasture, are added to the soil and benefit the succeeding crops.

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