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Pacific Rural Press, Volume 62, Number 11, 14 September 1901
What Silage Will Do.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
QUERIES AND REPLIES.
Sandy, Leachy Soil.
Red Top or Rye Grass.
Winter Forage Plants for the San Joaquin.
Macaroni Wheat in California.
Handling Young Trees From New Zealand.
Ridding a House of Fleas.
Chicken Ticks Again.
WEATHER AND CROPS.
Report of the U. S. Weather Service for Week Ending Sept. 11, 1901.
Rainfall and Temperature.
California Fruits at the Pan-American.
Strawberry Growing in Southern California.
Blight-Resisting Apples in New Zealand.
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THE HOME CIRCLE.
Three Summer Sonnets.
Mate of the " Lingering Breeze."
Variety in Bread.
Hints to Housekeepers.
S. F. Market Report.
The Fruit Market.
California Dried Fruit at New York.
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THE POULTRY YARD.
The Cactus in California.
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Treatment for Roundworms in Sheep, Goats and Cattle.
The Honey Output.
French Prune Prices.
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Deafness Cannot Be Cured
The Fruit Crop in Germany.
Hints to Advertisers.
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