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||Bread and meat versus cotton
|Stevens, Frank Lincoln, 1871-1934
||The Granville tobacco wilt : a preliminary bulletin
|Giles, George Wallace
||The sweet potato vine-row harvester
|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
|McCarthy, Gerald, 1858-1915
||Some leguminous crops and their economic value
|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
|Jacobs, H. W.
||Norfolk Southern Farms, a land reclamation project: Report, 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
||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.