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Dec-1899Bulletin: Number 172: The Efficiency of a Continuous Pasteurizer at Different TemperaturesNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Rogers, L. A.
Dec-1900Bulletin: Number 183: Notes on Some Dairy TroublesNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Rogers, L. A.; Smith, G. A.
Dec-1901Bulletin: Number 203: A Study of Enzymes in CheeseNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Van Slyke, L. L.; Harding, H. A.; Hart, E. B.
Dec-1902Bulletin: Number 225: Control of Rusty Spot in Cheese FactoriesNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Smith, G. A.
Apr-1903Bulletin: Number 232: Combating the Black Rot of Cabbage by the Removal of Affected LeavesNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Stewart, F. C.; Harding, H. A.
Jun-1903Bulletin: Number 233: Rennet-Enzyme as a Factor in Cheese-RipeningNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Van Slyke, L. L.; Harding, H. A.; Hart, E. B.
Jul-1903Bulletin: Number 237: The Role of the Lactic-Acid Bacteria in the Manufacture and in the Early Stages of Ripening of Cheddar CheeseNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.
Mar-1904Bulletin: Number 249: A Swelling of Canned Peas Accompanied by a Malodorous DecompositionNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Nicholson, J. F.
Oct-1904Bulletin: Number 251: Vitality of the Cabbage Black Rot Germ on Cabbage SeedNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Stewart, F. C.; Prucha, M. J.
Nov-1905Bulletin: Number 270: The Quality of Commercial Cultures for LegumesNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Prucha, M. J.
Apr-1906Bulletin: Number 277: The Bang Method of Controlling Tuberculosis, with an Illustration of its ApplicationNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Smith, Geo. A.; Moore, V. A.
Dec-1906Bulletin: Number 282: Quality of Commercial Cultures for Legumes in 1906New York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Prucha, M. J.; Harding, H. A.
Mar-1908Bulletin: Number 300: Inoculation as a Factor in Growing AlfalfaNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Wilson, J. K.
Feb-1909Bulletin: Number 313: Inoculation and Lime as Factors in Growing AlfalfaNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Wilson, J. K.
Dec-1910Bulletin: Number 326: The Modern Milk PailNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Wilson, J. K.; Smith, G. A.
Apr-1911Bulletin: Number 337: Publicity and Payment Based on Quality as Factors in Improving a City Milk SupplyNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.
Nov-1912Bulletin: Number 353: Milking Machines: Effect of the Machine Method of Milking upon the Milk FlowNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Smith, G. A.; Harding, H. A.
Apr-1913Bulletin: Number 363: The Financial Stimulus in City Milk ProductionNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Brew, J. D.
Aug-1913Bulletin: Number 365: The Effect of Certain Dairy Operations upon the Germ Content of MilkNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Harding, H. A.; Ruehle, G. L.; Wilson, J. K.; Smith, G. A.
Oct-1917Bulletin: Number 438: What is Meant by "Quality" in MilkNew York State Agricultural Experiment Station.; Breed, R. S.; Harding, H. A.; Stocking, W. A. Jr.; Hastings, E. G.
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