Storing vegetables and fruits in basements, cellars, outbuildings, and pits

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Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service , [Washington]
Fruit -- Storage -- United States., Vegetables -- Storage -- United St
Statementprepared by Agricultural Research Service
SeriesHome and garden bulletin ; no. 119, Home and garden bulletin -- no. 119
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