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Our scientists publish results of their research as articles in refereed journals and as books or book chapters in the agency's own publication series or with academic and commercial publishers. We also produce less technical newsletters and reports for nonspecialists. Here we provide links to actual documents and to library and other resources to help you find publications on agriculture and related sciences.