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Anonymous 1973: Can soybeans be disregarded in the feeding of livestock?. Revista 122 (9) 140-143
Locke, T.K.omen, I. 1999: Can spore trapping be of help in black currant mildew control?. Acta Horticulturae 505: 333-336
Clanet, V.S.lette, J. 1981: Can sprouting of grass be foreseen?. Levage bovin ovin caprin: (109,Suppl) 23-27
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Hoggan, D.H. 1972: Can state and local governments assume more of the costs of water development?. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 8(3): 625-630
Haener, M.; Dosman, D.A.amowicz, W.; Boxall, P. 2001: Can stated preference methods be used to value attributes of subsistence hunting by aboriginal peoples? A case study in northern Saskatchewan. American journal of agricultural economics 3(5): 1334-1340
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Anonymous 1972: Can storage solve fruit and vegetable marketing difficulties?. International Fruit World 1(1): 279-280
Hansen, C. 1980: Can strawberry cultivation be partially mechanized and survive?. Frugtavleren 9(8): 347-350
Chaplin, C.E. 1979: Can strip-mined land grow grapes?. Wines and vines 60(8): 38-39
Westrom, L. 1990: Can students learn in your school environment?. Agricultural education magazine 62(12): 7
Marialaki, C. 1976: Can students obtain a balanced diet with self service food service?. Alimentation et Travail International Symposium: ub 1976), 2d 201-214
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Waran, N.K. 1997: Can studies of feral horse behaviour be used for assessing domestic horse welfare?. Equine Veterinary Journal 29(4): 249-251
Carroll, J.A. 2003: Can subtherapeutic levels of antibiotics be eliminated from swine diets?. Advances in pork production: proceedings of the Banff Pork Seminar 4(14): 151-157
Devillers, P.D.tavernier, R.G.ry, P.L.ilier, M.R.ger, J. 1976: Can sugar molasses be foreseen from simple doses on sugarbeets?. Sucrerie francaise 117(12): 437-448
Mckean, Jr; Johnson, Dm; Johnson, Rl; Taylor, Rg 2005: Can superior natural amenities create high-quality employment opportunities? The case of nonconsumptive river recreation in central Idaho. Society and natural resources 18(8): 749-758
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Atanasiu, M. 1978: Can swarming be avoided?. Apicultura (Bucaresti) 53(6): 8-9
Concordet, M. 1977: Can swarming be completely stopped in the apiary?. Revue francaise d'apiculture: 354 283-284
Prokopy, R.M.son, J. 1994: Can synthetic scent of predators repel deer in orchards?. Fruit notes 59(4): 17-18
Pantis, J.M.rgaris, N. 1988: Can systems dominated by asphodels be considered as semi-deserts?. International journal of biometeorology 2(2): 87-91
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Doolittle, M.; Welch, G. 1973: Can teaching fire prevention to children in woods-burning communities be effective?. Spring 34 (2) 3-4
Macreynolds, J.P. 1970: Can teaching good nutrition be bad?. Journal of nutrition education: er 2 (1) 13-15
Allaby, M. 1972: Can technology reverse the trends? agriculture. I. Can technology feed mankind. Teach In for Survival: 8-28
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Anonymous 1990: Can the Forest Service make prevention of vegetation management problems a priority?. Journal of pesticide reform: a ication of the Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides 10(3): 23
Philipsson, J. 1975: Can the Lowland cattle breed tolerate different regions?. Husdjur 3 23-26
Royer, K.R. 1986: Can the MacDonalds approach work in the flower business?. Canadian florist greenhouse and nursery 81(1): 8
Wanat, L. 1976: Can the Notec river valley be better utilized for agricultural production?. Wiadomosci melioracyjne i lakarskie 19(4): 90-91
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Johnson, I.T. 1989: Can the composition and properties of carbohydrates in manufactured foods be modified to obtain nutritional benefits?. Bibliotheca Nutritio et Dieta 43: 156-164
Anonymous 1982: Can the computer help to cut chemical costs? Predicts need for fungicide applications to winter wheat, United Kingdom. Arable farming 9(11): 28-29
Geerts-Van-Der-Weij, Acw 1978: Can the consumer find the way yet?. Voeding 39 (3) 76-81
Anonymous 1975: Can the cost of meat production be lowered? The point of view of the National Consumer Institute. RTVA 14 (116) 27-29
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Anonymous 1979: Can the dairy industry save 25 million kroner annually?. Maelkeritidende 92(23): 667
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