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  • Picking, packing, and shipping apples 

    Talbert, T. J.; Merrill, F. S. (University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1926)
  • Missouri crop performance, 2015 : soybean 

    Wiebold, William J.; Mason, Howard; Knerr, Delbert R.; Schwab, David; Schelp, William; Caldwell, Ben (University of Missouri. Agriculture Experiment Station, 2015)
    "Each year, the best seed companies and organizations select several of their best varieties for evaluation by the MU Variety Testing Program. We use the latest scientific principles and procedures to provide farmers and ...
  • Missouri crop performance, 2015 : corn 

    Wiebold, William J.; Mason, Howard; Knerr, Delbert R.; Schwab, David; Caldwell, Ben; Schelp, William (University of Missouri. Agriculture Experiment Station, 2015)
    "Each year, the best seed companies and organizations select several of their best hybrids for evaluation by the MU Variety Testing Program. We use the latest scientific principles and procedures to provide farmers and ...
  • Missouri crop performance, 2011 : corn 

    Wiebold, William J.; Mason, Howard L.; Knerr, Delbert R.; Hasty, Richard W.; Schwab, David M.; Angotti, Jeremy; Schelp, William (University of Missouri. Agriculture Experiment Station, 2011)
    "The large number of commercial hybrids available makes selection of a superior hybrid difficult. To select intelligently, producers need a reliable, unbiased, up-to-date source of information that will permit valid ...
  • Missouri crop performance, 2010 : soybean 

    Wiebold, William J.; Mason, Howard L.; Knerr, Delbert R.; Hasty, Richard W.; Schwab, David M.; Angotti, Jeremy; Schelp, William (University of Missouri. Agriculture Experiment Station, 2010)
    "The large number of varieties available makes selection of a superior variety difficult. To select intelligently, producers need a reliable, unbiased, up-to-date source of information that will permit valid comparisons ...
  • Missouri crop performance, 2009 : soybean 

    Wiebold, William J.; Mason, Howard L.; Knerr, Delbert R.; Hasty, Richard W.; Schwab, David M.; Angotti, Jeremy; Schelp, William (University of Missouri. Agriculture Experiment Station, 2009)
    "The large number of varieties available makes selection of a superior variety difficult. To select intelligently, producers need a reliable, unbiased, up-to-date source of information that will permit valid comparisons ...
  • 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, 1884-1969 (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, 1884-1969 (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, Albert Garland, 1884- (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. (Charles Alton), 1889-1955; Beasley, R. P. (Robert Patrick), -1974 (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, 1884-1969 (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. (Mack Marquis), 1896-; Hightower, Lloyd E. (Lloyd Eldrid) (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. (William Albert), 1888-1974 (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 external pests of livestock 

    Wingo, C. W.; Burk, V. F. (1951)
  • The law of Congress establishing agricultural experiment stations 

    (1887)
    "An act to establish agricultural experiment stations in connection with the colleges established in several states under the provisions of an act approved July second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, and of the acts ...
  • Research : the key to the development of Missouri's forest resources and wood-using industries 

    Berry, F. H.; Brinkman, Kenneth A.; Bretz, T. W.; Buchanan, W. D.; Cox, G. S.; Crosby, J. S.; Ehrenreich, J. H.; Farrell, J. H.; McGinnis, E. A. Jr.; Nash, A. J.; Paulsell, L. K.; Polk, R. B.; Ralston, R. A.; Smith, R. C.; Westveld, R. H. (University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1963)
    "The progress we make depends on research and education. Evidence of the importance of research is available in every field of endeavor. An increase in corn yields in Missouri of approximately 100 percent in the last 30 ...
  • General-purpose spray mixtures for home fruit plantings 

    Swartwout, H. G.; Jenkins, Lee, 1901-1993 (University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1953)
    "Using the more recently introduced organic insecticides and fungicides, combination sprays have been developed which are reasonably safe on all the major fruit crops of Missouri and which are reasonably effective against ...
  • Fertilizer inspection, analysis and use; 1943 

    Miller, M. F.; Haigh, L. D.; Cowan, E. W.; Long, J. H.; Albrecht, William A. (William Albert), 1888-1974 (University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1944)
  • Prevention and eradication of infectious abortion in cattle 

    (University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1930)
    The purpose of this bulletin is a purely practical one; namely, to give cattle breeders, herdsmen, and veterinary practitioners the-fundamental facts which are now known relating to the nature of infectious abortion in ...