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110 1  United States.|bCongress.|bHouse. 
245 10 Grass, the Yearbook of Agriculture 1948.|h[electronic 
       resource] 
260    Washington, DC,|c1947 
300    906 p. :|billustrations, tables. 
440  0 United States congressional serial set;|vserial set no. 
       11174 
490 1  House document / 80th Congress, 1st session. House ;|vno. 
       480 
500    Table of contents, p. ix. 
500    Our aim -- an introduction, by P.V. Cardon, p. 1. 
500    In praise of blue grass, by John James Ingalls, p. 6. 
500    The meek that inherit the Earth, by Agnes Chase, p. 8. 
500    The settlement of grasslands, by Everett E. Edwards, p. 
       16. 
500    A billion acres of grasslands, by H.H. Wooten, C.P. Barnes,
       p. 25. 
500    The help the government offers, by Neil W. Johnson and 
       Charles W. Loomer, p. 34. 
500    Environment of natural grassland, by C. P. Barnes, p. 45. 
500    Grass and soil, by Charles E. Kellogg, p. 49. 
500    How soils develop under grass, by James Thorp, p. 55. 
500    The tools of flood control, by Hugh H. Bennett, p. 66. 
500    Grasses that fix sand dunes, by Charles J. Whitfield and 
       Robert L. Brown, p. 70. 
500    Plus and minus: An overall view, by N.R. Ellis, L.A. Moore,
       and M.A. Hein, p. 75. 
500    Soils, crops, minerals, animals, by C.F. Huffman, N.R. 
       Ellis, and L.A. Moore, p. 81. 
500    Grassland crops as feed for horses, by I.P. Earle, p. 86. 
500    The vital 10 percent for poultry, by H.R. Bird, p. 90. 
500    Sheep, goats, and grasslands, by C.E. Holscher and D.A. 
       Spencer, p. 94. 
500    The use of forage in feed hogs, by John H. Zeller, p. 99. 
500    Grass for the production of beef, by W.H. Black and D.A. 
       Savage, p. 103. 
500    Dairy cattle must have good forage, by L.A. Moore, p. 120.
500    Pastures on the dairy farm, by R.E. Wagner and J.B. 
       Shepard, p. 127. 
500    The management of grazing, by E. Marion Brown, p. 135. 
500    Management of irrigated pastures, by D.W. Thorne, p. 141. 
500    Grass in natural forested areas, by Richard Bradfield, p. 
       144. 
500    Soil management on farm pastures, by Horace J. Harper, p. 
       149. 
500    Pasture in a conservation farm plan, by Harry H. Gardner 
       and John P. Jones, p. 152. 
500    Principles of making hay, by R.E. Hodgson, R.E. Davis, 
       W.H. Hosterman, and T.E. Hienton, p. 161. 
500    Equipment for making hay, by R.B. Gray, p. 168. 
500    The costs and ways of making hay, by Albert P. Brodell and
       Martin R. Cooper, p. 173. 
500    Ensiling hay and pasture crops, J.B. Shepherd, R.E. 
       Hodgson, N.R. Ellis, and J.R. McCalmont, p. 178. 
500    Grass and the yields of cash crops, by R.E. Uhland, p. 
       191. 
500    Rotations for problem fields, by R.Y. Bailey and W.M. 
       Nixon, p. 195. 
500    Fertilizers for grass in rotations, by W.V. Bartholomew, 
       p. 199. 
500    How range forage grows, by William G. McGinnies and John 
       L. Retzer, p. 203. 
500    The major range types, by E.J. Woolfolk, D.F. Costello, 
       and B.W. Allred, p. 205. 
500    Grazing on range lands, by W.R. Chapline, p. 212. 
500    Planning range conservation, by W. T. White, W.R. Frandsen,
       and C.V. Jensen, p. 217. 
500    Management that restores the range, by R.S. Campbell, 
       Lincoln Ellison, and F.G. Renner, p. 221. 
500    Restoring the range by reseeding, by C. Kenneth Pearse, A.
       Perry Plummer, and D.A. Savage, p. 227. 
500    Guard first the bottom land, by R.V. Boyle and J.S. 
       McCorkle, p. 233. 
500    Spacing water holes to save grass, by B.W. Allred and 
       Howard Matson, p. 236. 
500    Grass and water and trees, by Charles A. Connaughton, p. 
       239. 
500    Wildlife, a resource of the range, by R.J. Costley, P.F. 
       Allan, Odell Julander, and D.I. Ramussen, p. 243. 
500    Rodents, rabbits, and grasslands, by E.R. Kalmbach, p. 
       248. 
500    How to control noxious plants, by Joseph F. Pechanec, 
       Charles E. Fisher, and Kenneth W. Parker, p. 256. 
500    Some diseases of forage grasses, by J. Lewis Allison, p. 
       261. 
500    Some diseases of forage legumes, by Howard W. Johnson, p. 
       267. 
500    Some of the insects, by C.M. Packard, p. 273. 
500    What makes a nutritious forage, by J.T. Sullivan and H.L. 
       Wilkins, p. 285. 
500    Manure and grass-farming, by Firman E. Bear and Carl B. 
       Bender, p. 289. 
500    Sod is ideal for playing fields, by Fanny-Fern Davis and 
       George E. Harrington, p. 297. 
500    Pointers on making good lawns, by Fred V. Grau and Marvin 
       H. Ferguson, p. 302. 
500    Greenswards in the cooler regions, by H.B. Musser and J.A.
       de France, p. 307. 
500    Greenswards in the warmer regions, by G.W. Burton and D.G.
       Sturkie, p. 311. 
500    Safety and beauty for highways, by Frank H. Brant and 
       Marvin H. Ferguson, p. 315. 
500    Airfields and flight strips, by Ralph H. Morrish, Alton E.
       Rabbitt, and Edward B. Cale, p. 319. 
500    Golf is played on grass, by Fred V. Grau and O.J. Noer, p.
       324. 
500    The breeder's ways and means, by D.C. Smith, p. 331. 
500    The need for seed is urgent, by E.A. Hollowell and H.M. 
       Tysdal, p. 341. 
500    Wanted: A paragon for the range, by Wesley Keller, p. 347.
500    Immigrants to our grasslands, by C.O. Erlanson, p. 351. 
500    Domesticated grasses in conservation, by A.L. Hafenrichter
       and A.D. Stoesz, p. 354. 
500    Improved varieties of alfalfa, by H.M. Tysdal, p. 357. 
500    Clovers that make a crop, by E.A. Hollowell, p. 360. 
500    The other pasture legumes, by Roland McKee, p. 363. 
500    Developing grasses for special uses, by H.B. Musser, G.W. 
       Burton, and H.A. Schoth, p. 367. 
500    The long time outlook, by Reed A. Phillips, p. 371. 
500    Marketing and transportation, by Knute Bjorka and W.F. 
       Finner, p. 376. 
500    Adjustments that seem necessary, by C.W. Crickman, p. 383.
500    Grassland is well suited, by Vance G. Sprague and Merton 
       S. Parson, p. 391. 
500    Permanent pastures, by Vance G. Sprague, p. 395. 
500    Semipermanent pastures, by Vance G. Sprague, p. 397. 
500    Annual or temporary pastures, by Vance G. Sprague, p. 403.
500    For beef cattle and other stock, by Vance G. Sprague, p. 
       404. 
500    Hay lands in the northeast, by Vance G. Sprague, p. 405. 
500    Grass for conservation, by E.B. Coffman, p. 410. 
500    Forage as a part of farming, by Merton S. Parsons and 
       Irving F. Fellows, p. 412. 
500    Principles and problems, by Vance G. Sprague and Merton S.
       Parsons, p. 419. 
500    Corn belt and lake states, by Henry L. Ahlgren, p. 423. 
500    A wide and versatile empire, by Roy L. Lovvorn, p. 455. 
500    Starting and maintaining good pastures, by Hugh W. Bennett
       and Roy L. Lovvorn, p. 458. 
500    Hay and supplemental grazing, by T.H. Rogers and George E.
       Ritchey, p. 463. 
500    Use and importance of pastures, by J.C. Lowery and E.N. 
       Fergus, p. 465. 
500    Grazing on forested lands, John T. Cassady and W.O. 
       Shepherd, p. 468. 
500    This is our unfinished business, by W.W. Woodhouse, Jr. 
       and R.E. Blaser, p. 472. 
500    Where elbowroom is ample, by George A. Rogler and Leon C. 
       Hurtt, p. 477. 
500    The place of grassland farming, by M.M. Kelso, p. 479. 
500    The types of plains vegetation, by Leon C. Hurtt, p. 484. 
500    For a better range management, by Leon C. Hurtt, p. 486. 
500    Cultivated grasses for pastures, by George A. Rogler, p. 
       491. 
500    Management of seeded pastures, by George A. Rogler, p. 
       495. 
500    Hay, fodder, and silage crops, by L.C. Newell, p. 497. 
500    The region and its needs, by D.A. Savage and D.F. Costello,
       p. 503. 
500    Dry-land pastures on the plains, by D.A. Savage, James E. 
       Smith, and D.F. Costello, p. 506. 
500    Range management, by D.A. Savage and D.F. Costello, p. 
       522. 
500    The production of seed, by D.A. Savage and James E. Smith,
       p. 537. 
500    Grass and water keep the keys, by George Stewart, p. 541. 
500    Pastures and natural meadows, by George Stewart, p. 543.  
       Cultivated forage crops, by Wesley Keller and H.R. 
       Hochmuth, p. 548.  The foundation of the range, by Raymond
       Price, Kenneth W. Parker, and A.C. Hull, Jr., p. 553. 
500    Range practices and problems, by Raymond Price, Kenneth W.
       Parker, and A.C. Hull, Jr., p. 557. 
500    Grass as a savings account, by Raymond Price, Kenneth W. 
       Parker, and A.C. Hull, Jr., p. 560. 
500    Improvement through reseeding, by George Stewart and 
       Wesley Keller, p. 564. 
500    Conservation problems and practices, by Raymond Price, p. 
       569. 
500    The range in California, by M.W. Talbot and A.W. Sampson, 
       p. 575.  Forage crops in California, by B.A. Madsen and R.
       Merton Love, p. 582. 
500    Trees, grass, and water, by Joseph F. Pechanec, p. 586. 
500    Grassland in western Washington, by E.J. Kreizinger and 
       Alvin G. Law, p. 589. 
500    The use of logged-off land, by H.B. Howell, p. 594. 
500    Our newest farming country, by H.A. Schoth, p. 600. 
500    Grasslands in Alaska, by O.S. Aamodt and G.W. Gasser, p. 
       607.  Grasslands in Hawaii, by J.C. Ripperton, p. 617. 
500    Grasslands in Puerto Rico, by Ray C. Roberts, p. 629. 
500    The family tree of Gramineae, by William A. Dayton, p. 
       637. 
500    The main grasses for farm and home, by Max M. Hoover, M.A.
       Hein, William A. Dayton, and C.O. Erlanson, p. 639. 
500    The legumes of many uses, by Roland McKee, p. 701. 
500    Weeds are planted out of place, by William A. Dayton, p. 
       727. 
500    Poisonous plants, by William A. Dayton, p. 729. 
500    Grasses can be ornamental, by Roland McKee, p. 734. 
500    Bamboos for farm and home, by F.A. McClure, p. 735. 
500    Index, p. 879. 
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655 07 Agricultural machinery.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Agriculture.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Airports.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Alfalfa.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Cattle.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Clover.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Conservation of natural resources.|2Readex congressional 
       thesaurus 
655 07 Crop rotation.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Crops.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Dairy farming.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Federal aid to agriculture.|2Readex congressional 
       thesaurus 
655 07 Fertilizers.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Flood control.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Forage.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Goats.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Golf courses.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Grasses.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Grazing.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Hay.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Insects.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Legumes.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Livestock.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Pest control.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Poultry.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Prairies.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Rangelands.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Rodents.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Sand dunes.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Sheep.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Soils.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Swine.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Weeds.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655 07 Wildlife.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655  7 Annual Reports.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
655  7 Executive Department Publications.|2Readex congressional 
       thesaurus 
655  7 Monographs.|2Readex congressional thesaurus 
700 1  Aamodt, Olaf Sverre. 
700 1  Ahlgren, Henry L. 
700 1  Allan, P. F. 
700 1  Allison, J. Lewis. 
700 1  Allred, B.W.,|q(Berten Wendall) 
700 1  Bailey, R.Y.,|q(Richmond Young) 
700 1  Barnes, C.P. 
700 1  Bartholomew, W.V.,|q(William) 
700 1  Bear, Firman E. 
700 1  Bender, Carl B. 
700 1  Bennett, Hugh H.,|q(Hugh Hammond) 
700 1  Bird, H.R. 
700 1  Bjorka, Knute. 
700 1  Black, W.H.,|q(William Henry) 
700 1  Blaser, R.E.,|q(Roy Emil) 
700 1  Boyle, R.V. 
700 1  Bradfield, Richard. 
700 1  Brant, Frank H. 
700 1  Brodell, Albert P. 
700 1  Brown, E. Marion. 
700 1  Brown, Robert L. 
700 1  Burton, G.W.,|q(Glenn Willard) 
700 1  Cale, Edward B. 
700 1  Campbell, R.S. 
700 1  Cardon, P.V. 
700 1  Cassady, John T. 
700 1  Chapline, W.R. 
700 1  Chase, Agnes. 
700 1  Coffman, E.B. 
700 1  Connaughton, Charles A. 
700 1  Cooper, Martin R. 
700 1  Costello, D.F. 
700 1  Costley, R.J. 
700 1  Crickman, C.W. 
700 1  Davis, Fanny-Fern. 
700 1  Davis, R.E. 
700 1  Dayton, William A. 
700 1  De France, J.A. 
700 1  Earle, Imogene P. 
700 1  Edwards, Everett Eugene. 
700 1  Ellis, N.R. 
700 1  Ellison, Lincoln. 
700 1  Erlanson, Carl O. 
700 1  Fellows, Irving F. 
700 1  Fergus, E.N.,|q(Ernest Newton) 
700 1  Ferguson, Marvin H. 
700 1  Finner, W.F.,|q(Winn Frederick) 
700 1  Fisher, Charles E. 
700 1  Frandsen, W.R.,|q(Waldo R.) 
700 1  Gardner, Harry H. 
700 1  Gasser, G.W.,|q(George William) 
700 1  Grau, Fred V. 
700 1  Gray, R.B. 
700 1  Hafenrichter, A.L.,|q(Atlee Lawrence) 
700 1  Harper, Horace J. 
700 1  Harrington, George E. 
700 1  Hein, M.A. 
700 1  Hienton, T.E.,|q(Truman E.) 
700 1  Hochmuth, H.R.,|q(Harold Robert) 
700 1  Hodgson, R.E. 
700 1  Hollowell, E.A.,|q(Eugene Amos) 
700 1  Holscher, C.E.,|q(C. Ernst) 
700 1  Hoover, Max. M. 
700 1  Hosterman, W.H. 
700 1  Howell, H.B. 
700 1  Huffman, C.F. 
700 1  Hull, A.C.,|cJr. 
700 1  Hurtt, Leon C. 
700 1  Ingalls, John James. 
700 1  Jensen, C.V. 
700 1  Johnson, Howard W. 
700 1  Johnson, Neil W. 
700 1  Jones, John P. 
700 1  Julander, Odell. 
700 1  Kalmbach, E.R.,|q(Edwin Richard) 
700 1  Keller, Wesley. 
700 1  Kellogg, Charles E.,|q(Charles Edwin) 
700 1  Kelso, M.M.,|q(Maurice M.) 
700 1  Kreizinger, E.J. 
700 1  Law, Alvin G. 
700 1  Loomer, Charles W. 
700 1  Love, R. Merton,|q(Robert Merton) 
700 1  Lovvorn, Roy L. 
700 1  Lowery, J.C. 
700 1  Madsen, B.A. 
700 1  Matson, Howard. 
700 1  McCalmont, J.R.,|q(James Robert) 
700 1  McClure, F.A.,|q(Floyd Alonzo) 
700 1  McCorkle, J.S. 
700 1  McGinnies, William G. 
700 1  McKee, Roland. 
700 1  Moore, L.A. 
700 1  Morrish, Ralph H. 
700 1  Musser, H.B.,|q(Howard Burton) 
700 1  Newell, L.C. 
700 1  Nixon, W.M. 
700 1  Noer, O.J.,|q(Oyvind Juul) 
700 1  Packard, C.M.,|q(Clyde Monroe) 
700 1  Parker, Kenneth W. 
700 1  Parson, Merton S. 
700 1  Pearse, C. Kenneth. 
700 1  Pechanec, Joseph F. 
700 1  Phillips, Reed A. 
700 1  Plummer, A. Perry. 
700 1  Price, Raymond. 
700 1  Rabbitt, Alton E. 
700 1  Ramussen, D.I. 
700 1  Renner, F.G.,|q(Frederic Gordon) 
700 1  Retzer, John L. 
700 1  Ripperton, J.C.,|q(John Carson) 
700 1  Ritchey, George E. 
700 1  Roberts, Ray C. 
700 1  Rogers, T.H. 
700 1  Rogler, George A.,|q(George Albert) 
700 1  Sampson, Arthur W.,|q(Arthur William) 
700 1  Savage, D.A.,|q(David A.) 
700 1  Schoth, H.A.,|q(Harry August) 
700 1  Shepherd, J.B.,|q(Joseph Benjamin) 
700 1  Shepherd, W.O. 
700 1  Smith, D.C. 
700 1  Smith, James E. 
700 1  Spencer, D.A.,|q(Damon Alvin) 
700 1  Sprague, Vance G. 
700 1  Stewart, George. 
700 1  Stoesz, A.D. 
700 1  Sturkie, D.G.,|q(Dana Gibson) 
700 1  Sullivan, J.T. 
700 1  Talbot, M.W.,|q(Murrell Williams) 
700 1  Thorne, D.W.,|q(David Wynne) 
700 1  Thorp, James. 
700 1  Tysdal, H.M. 
700 1  Uhland, R.E.,|q(Russell Edward) 
700 1  Wagner, R.E. 
700 1  White, W.T. 
700 1  Whitefield, Charles J. 
700 1  Wilkins, H.L. 
700 1  Woodhouse, W.W.,|q(William Walton) 
700 1  Woolfolk, E.J. 
700 1  Wooten, H.H.,|q(Hugh Hill) 
700 1  Zeller, J.H.,|q(John Henry) 
710 1  United States.|bDepartment of Agriculture. 
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