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no. 1-35 (1895-1909) Circular of information MERLIN record
no. 36-360 (1909-1951) Circular MERLIN record

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  • Picking, packing, and shipping apples 

    Talbert, T. J.; Merrill, F. S. (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1926)
  • The post-war agricultural experiment station 

    Mumford, Frederick B. (1943)
    "This is the age of science. We are repeatedly reminded over the radio and in our daily newspapers of t he enormous contributions of science to industry, to medicine, to war and to almost every phase of human life today. ...
  • Insects destructive to food in the home 

    Haseman, Leonard (1943)
    "The continued loss of foods in the home due to the work of various household insects amounts to willful waste. When there is a food shortage it is just as important to protect available supplies from loss by insects as ...
  • Screwworm menace to livestock 

    Haseman, Leonard (1948)
    "The screwworm fly is a native of the tropics and breeds abundantly in the southern states. In recent years, it has also been found doing a great deal of damage to livestock in Missouri. While it does not survive our ...
  • Nutrition for breeding herds and flocks 

    Hogan, A. G. (1947)
    "Good pasture is the natural feed for livestock. When good both as to quality and quantity it makes a most acceptable ration for breeding animals. Under ordinary circumstances, its cost is relatively low; its supply of ...
  • Growing sorghum and making sorghum sirup 

    Helm, C. A.; Beasley, Robert (1942)
    "Orange, Sumac, Honey, and Black Amber are the four best varieties of sweet sorghum to use in Missouri. Orange is most commonly used and is generally well adapted throughout the entire State. In extreme northern Missouri, ...
  • Control of moles 

    Haseman, Leonard (1947)
    "Most gardens and lawns suffer some damage by moles tunneling under crops, injuring sod and causing unsightly washes. The common moles found in Missouri feed largely on earthworms, grubs, cutworms, beetles, and other ...
  • Plow adjustment and operation 

    Jones, Mack M.; Hightower, Lloyd E. (1942)
    "A properly adjusted plow will give real satisfaction to the operator through better work, lighter draft, and less wear on shares and other parts. Different plowing conditions are often encountered even on a single farm. ...
  • Buying fertilizers wisely 

    Haigh, L. D.; Albrecht, William A. (1947)
    Commercial fertilizers are carriers of nutrients for plants. They are designed to be applied to the soil for improvement in crop growth. They do not contain a ll the chemical elements required by plants, but only those ...
  • Controlling plant diseases in the home garden 

    University of Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1948)
  • Farming as an occupation : a youth publication 

    University of Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1951)
  • Some social aspects of forest conservation 

    University of Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1951)
  • Grass silage 

    Herman, Harry August, 1905- (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1951)
  • Soil improvement and soil conservation in Missouri 

    University of Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1951)
  • Formulating rations for swine 

    Anderson, G. C. (Gerald Clifton), 1920- (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1951)
  • Weed control in corn through use of chemicals 

    University of Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950)
  • New weed control practices in strawberries 

    University of Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1951)
  • The care of light horses 

    University of Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950)
  • Home floriculture 

    University of Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950)

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