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- Bread and meat versus cotton 1876
Stevens, Frank Lincoln, 1871-1934 The Granville tobacco wilt : a preliminary bulletin Sep-1903
Giles, George Wallace The sweet potato vine-row harvester May-1947
Battle, H. B. 1862-1929 Home-made fertilizers and composts, and the ingredients used in them, inclusing analyses of chemicals, and fertilizing ingredients such as can be saved on every farm May-1888
McCarthy, Gerald, 1858-1915 Some leguminous crops and their economic value 1-Mar-1894
Williams, C. B., 1871-1947 History and achievements of research in agronomy in North Carolina during fifty years (1876 - 1927)
Clement, Sheldon Leroy Variations in flue-cured tobacco prices May-1942
Jacobs, H. W. Norfolk Southern Farms, a land reclamation project: Report, 1918 Jan-1918
Thompson, Azariah Graves Typed transcript of the letters written by Azariah Graves Thompson while he was a student at North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
Popenoe, Judson Tobacco culture. Practical details from the selection and preparation of the seed and the soil, to harvesting, curing and marketing the crop, Rev. and enl. ed. 1884

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