Recent Submissions

  • Boxwood in Virginia 

    Smith, A. G. (Archibald Gray), 1890- (V.P.I. Agricultural Extension Service, 1959-06)
    Discusses the care and maintenance of boxwood in Virginia.
  • 100 bushels per acre : why settle for less? 

    Lewis, W. W. (Agronomist) (V.P.I. Agricultural Extension Service, 1961-01)
    Offers suggestions for improving corn yields to 100 bushels per acre.
  • Convenient farm kitchens 

    Alverson, Helen D. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service, 1947-09)
    Offers suggestions for planning and arranging a kitchen to provide ample storage and preparation space.
  • The easiest way to iron a shirt 

    Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1951-06)
    Presents instructions for quickly and easily ironing shirts, including how to dampen shirts before ironing and what type of ironing board to use.
  • Agricultural engineering : environmental quality legal guidelines for Virginia livestock producers 

    Collins, Eldridge, 1940- (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Extension Division, 1976-06)
    This publication should increase the awareness of Virginia livestock producers of the conditions which may lead to involvement in a nuisance lawsuit, and how liability in such cases may be reduced.
  • Farm home planning : planning a new house and remodeling an old one 

    Potter, P. B. (Agricultural engineer) (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1946-06)
    Discusses the importance of careful and complete planning of the farm home before construction or remodeling begins.
  • An electric water system for the farm 

    Swink, Earl Thomas (Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute. Extension Division, 1940-03)
    No improvement can be made on the farm that will pay larger dividends in health, happiness and convenience than the installation of an automatic water system.
  • House care and cleaning 

    Settle, Mary B. (Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute. Extension Division, 1934-06)
    Discusses general housekeeping, cleaning materials and solutions. Provides tips for making house cleaning easy.
  • Refinishing furniture 

    Habel, Katherine L. (Katherine Leona), 1917- (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service, 1964-04)
    There are many ways to refinish furniture. Some techniques are best suited for professional use only. The methods included here are appropriate for beginners.
  • Floor finishing 

    Settle, Mary B. (Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute. Extension Division, 1934-06)
    Describes how to finish wood floors and provides techniques for the care of finished floors.
  • Doors : locate conveniently and safely when you build or remodel 

    Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1964-08)
    Discusses how to safely locate and install doors inside the home to use less space.
  • 1965 feed grain program 

    Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1965-02)
    Discusses new features added to the feed grain program in 1965 that may make it more profitable for farmers to participate.
  • VPI electronic farm account program : 1962 farm business summary : cash grain, tobacco, peanut, general 

    Carr, A. Barry; Reynolds, R. K. (Robert K.) (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1964-02)
    Contains a summary and analysis of the records of tobacco, cash crop and general farms enrolled in the VPI electronic farm account program during 1962.
  • Shopping for rugs and carpets 

    Habel, Katherine L. (Katherine Leona), 1917- (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1964-11)
    Buying a carpet or rug is an exciting decorating adventure. This publication helps you make a satisfactory purchase when shopping for rugs or carpets.
  • 4-H candlelighting ceremony 

    Starling, Evelyn B.; Tyree, Jack M. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1962-05)
    Provides suggestions to use as a guide in developing 4-H candlelighting ceremonies.
  • Black root rot 

    Fenne, S. B. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1961-08)
    Provides information on causes of black root rot in tobacco, and provides suggestions for control.
  • Chemical weed control in non-bearing apple orchards 

    Chappell, William Everett, 1917-; Kates, Allan H.; Rollins, Howard Arthur, 1927-; Williams, G. R. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1963-02)
    Discusses herbicides used to control weeds in apple orchards, when and where to spray, and how to spray.
  • Field crop varieties for northern piedmont and west of the Blue Ridge, fall 1962-spring 1963 

    Potts, Howard C. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1962-09)
    A summary of different varieties of field crops that have been proven to be superior in yielding ability, disease resistance, quality and other factors.
  • Size controlling apple rootstocks 

    Williams, George Robertson, 1919- (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service, 1962-10)
    There is much interest in Virginia in rootstocks that will control ultimate tree size. There are several reasons for this interest, including increased production efficiency and improved fruit quality.
  • How to use Fermate to control blue mold on tobacco 

    Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service; United States. Department of Agriculture (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service., 1950-01)
    Discusses the use of Fermate to control blue mold and describes way to apply Fermate to tobacco.

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