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A 1.2:G 85 xA Guide to USDA and Other Federal Resources for Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry Enterprises
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A 1.2:H 41Symposium on the Use of Herbicides in Forestry
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A 1.2:H 41/add.Addendum to the Symposium on the Use of Herbicides in Forestry
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A 1.2:N 21/5 xPerformance Report Natural Resources and Environment Policy and Program Area 1981 - 1988
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A 1.2:N 22The Outlook for Naval Stores
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A 1.2:N 42/2New Farm and Forest Products Responses to the Challenges and Opportunities Facing American Agriculture
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A 1.2:N 42/3New Farm and Forest Products Responses to the Challenges and Opportunities FAcing Americna Agriculture Executive Summary
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A 1.2:Ou 8/997Agricultural Outlook Forum '97 Proceedings
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A 1.2:R 31/13/980Report of the Public's Comments on the RCA Draft Documents, January - March 1980
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A 1.2:SO 3/7/989The Second RCA Appraisal Soil, Water, and Related Resources on Nonfederal Land in the United States Analysis of Condition and Trends
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A 1.11/3:P 43/2Apply Pesticides Correctly A Guide for private applicators
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A 1.11/3:R 29Challenges in Renewable Natural Resources
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A 1.14/2:4Vacation Land the National Forests in Oregon
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A 1.14/2:5Out-of-Door Playgrounds of the San Isabel National Forest
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A 1.14/2:6A Summer Vacation in the Sopris National Forest
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A 1.14/2:8Arbor Day
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A 1.14/2:41Mountain Playgrounds of the Pike National Forest
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A 1.14/2:64How Lumber is Graded
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A 1.14/2:91the Land of Beautiful Water
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A 1.14/2:105Forest Trails and Highways of the Mount Hood Region Oregon National Forest Oregon
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A 1.14/2:134Live-Stock Grazing as a Factor in Fire Protection on the National Forests
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A 1.14/2:138In the Open the National Forests of Washington
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A 1.14/2:177Treatment of Ornamental White Pines infected with Blister Rust
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A 1.14/2:211Government Forest Work
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A 1.14/2:243Forest Fires in California 1911-1920 An Analytical Study
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A 1.14/2:292Slash Disposal in Western White Pine Forests in Idaho
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A 1.14/2:295Basic Grading Rules and Working Stresses for Structural Timbers
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A 1.14/2:296Standard Grading Specifications for Yard Lumber
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A 1.14/2:327The French Turpentining System Applied to Longleaf Pine
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A 1.14/2:345Farm Forestry Extension Early Development, and Status in 1923
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A 1.14/2:354Weather Conditions and Forest Fires in California
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A 1.14/2:370Chestnut Blight in the Southern Appalachians
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A 1.14/2:379The Use of Salt in Range Management
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A 1.14/2:382Maple Wilt
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A 1.14/2:393Industrial Outlets for Short-Length Softwood Yard Lumber
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A 1.14/2:411The Relation of Insects to Slash Disposal
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A 1.32:F 73Speical 4th Class Rate Printed Matter
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A 1.38:421Atlas of Climatic Types in the United States 1900 - 1939
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A 1.38:1146Atlas of United States Trees Volume 1. Conifers and Important Hardwoods
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A 1.59:80Wartime Harvests from Farm Woodlands
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A 1.60:7Bibliography of Cork Oak
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A 1.60:18The Forests of Continental Latin America
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A 1.60:20United States Tree Books A Bibliography of Tree Identification
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A 1.60:23guide to popular floras of the united states and alaska
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A 1.60/3:7Wood and Energy in New England A Review and Bibliography
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A 1.60/3:8Reclamation and Revegetation of Land Areas Disturbed by Man
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A 1.60/3:10Rooting Habits of Selected Commercial Tree Species of the Eastern United States - a bibliography
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A 1.60/3:15A Selective Bibliography on Insects Causing Wood Defects in Living Eastern Hardwood Trees
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A 1.60/3:23Relationships of Birds and Spruce Budworms - Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography
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A 1.60/3:59Spruce Budworms Handbook North American Coniferophagous Choristoneura: A Bibliography
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A 1.60/3:103The American Chestnut: A Bibliography...
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A 1.60/3:126Density, Modulus of Elasticity, Creep, and Durability of Hardboard
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A 1.64:2Guide for Cutting Loblolly Pine of the Eastern Shore
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A 1.64:3Guide for Cutting Allegheny Northern Hardwoods
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A 1.64:4Guide for Cutting New England Northern Hardwoods
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A 1.64:5Guide for Cutting Oak Forests
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A 1.64:27Sagebrush to Grass Rebuilding Western Range Lands by Eliminating Sagebrush and Planting Grass
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A 1.64:29Farm Woodland Management in the Western Gulf Region
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A 1.64:35Farmer Jones' timber crop
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A 1.68:806Progress under the Agricultural Conservation Program (Highlights of 1966)
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A 1.68:1329/2007Don't Move Gypsy Moth
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A 1.76:621Guidelines for the Operational Use of Bacillus thuringiensis Against the Spruce Budworm
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A 1.76:622Lepidoptera Associated with Western Spruce Budworm
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A 1.76:623How to Distinguish Between Old and New Egg Masses of the Western Spruce Budworm
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A 1.76:624Ground-Spray Techniques to Reduce Damage from Western Spruce Budworm
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A 1.76:625How to Protect Individual Trees from Western Spruce Budworm by Implants and Injections
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A 1.76:627A Guide to Economic Evaluation of Spruce Budworm Mangement Opportunities in the East
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A 1.76:629Balsam Fir: Its Properties and Utilization
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A 1.77:28/975Ants in the Home and Garden How to Control Them
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A 1.77:64/2006Subterranean Termites - Their Prevention and Control in Buildings
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A 1.77:75/977The European Earwig How To Control It Around the Home
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A 1.77:96/979Controlling Household Pests
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A 1.77:121/976Controlling Fleas
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A 1.77:122/978Controlling Wasps
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A 1.77:159/976controlling the japanese beetle
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A 1.77:200/977Be Safe from Insects in Recreation Areas
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A 1.77:211Control of Insects on Deciduous Fruits and Tree Nuts in the Home Orchard - without insecticides
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A 1.77:214Insects on Trees and Shrubs Around the Home
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A 1.77:223Defoliation by the Gypsy Moth: How it Hurts Your Tree
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A 1.77:224Major Hardwood Defoliators of the Eastern United States
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A 1.77:226Southern Pine Beetles Can Kill Your Ornamental Pine
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A 1.77:227The Homeowner and the Gypsy Moth:Guidelines for Control
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A 1.78:6Management of Ponderosa Pine in the Southwest
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A 1.78:23Red Rot of Ponderosa Pine
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A 1.82:213Evaluation of Methoxychlor for the Protection of Stored Wheat and Shelled Corn from Insect Attack
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A 1.82:222Evaluation of Synergized Pyrethrum for the Control of Indian - Meal Moth in Stored Shelled Corn
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A 1.82:234Evaluation of Lindane for the Protection of Stored Wheat and Shelled Corn from Insect Attack
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A 1.82:245Evaluation of Ryania for the Protection of Stored Wheat and Shelled Corn from Insect Attack
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A 1.82:307Resistance of Drums and Barrels Containing Nonfat Dry Milk to Insect Invasion
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A 1.82:324Laboratory Evaluation of Promising Compounds as Repellents to Flour Beetles, Tribolium Spp.
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A 1.82:324/supp.Supplement I to Laboaratory Evaluation of Promising Compounds as Repellents to Floru Beetles, Tribolium Spp.
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A 1.82:357Tests with Malathion and Methoxychlor Protective Treatments for Shelled Corn Stored in Metal Bins in the Southeast
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A 1.82:363In-Storage Treatments for the Protection of Farmers Stock Peanuts from Insect Damage - Exploratory Tests
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A 1.82:364Insect Infestation as a Factor in Storing Farmers Stock Peanuts Grown in Georgia
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A 1.82:455Effects of High-Frequency Electric Fields on Certain Species of Stored-Grain Insects
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A 1.82:511Concentrations of Methyl Bromide Lethal To Insects in Grain
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A 1.82:531The Effects of Cathode-RAy Irradiation on the Rice Weevil in Wheat
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A 1.82:546Contact, Residue, and Vapor Toxicity of New Insecticides to Stored-Product Insects
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