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  • Fruit -- Canning
Filed under: Fruit -- Preservation Filed under: Fruit -- Drying

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Filed under: Fruit Filed under: Fruit -- Germplasm resources -- Bibliography Filed under: Fruit -- Germplasm resources -- Directories Filed under: Fruit -- Heirloom varieties -- BibliographyFiled under: Fruit -- Heirloom varieties -- Directories Filed under: Fruit -- History -- Bibliography Filed under: Fruit -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- CatalogsFiled under: Fruit -- Pictorial worksFiled under: Fruit -- VarietiesFiled under: Berries Filed under: Blueberries -- Nova ScotiaFiled under: Cooking (Fruit) Filed under: Cooking (Raisins)Filed under: Dried fruitFiled under: Fruit in artFiled under: Tropical fruit Filed under: Food -- Preservation Filed under: Food -- Preservation -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.Filed under: Canning and preserving Filed under: Canning and preserving -- Early works to 1800 Filed under: Salmon canning industry -- Northwest Coast of North America Filed under: Salmon canning industry -- Washington (State) -- SeattleFiled under: Food spoilage Filed under: Motion picture film -- Preservation -- United States Filed under: Paper -- Preservation -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Books -- Deacidification Filed under: Wood -- Preservation -- Environmental aspects -- United StatesFiled under: Lumber -- Drying Filed under: Pesticides -- Law and legislation -- United States
  • [Info] Regulating Pesticides, by National Research Council Committee on Prototype Explicit Analyses for Pesticides (page images at NAP)

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