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ied States Depirtment of Agriculture,
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S MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS,
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, July 31, 1916.
r:;. .OW TO SECURE PUBLICATIONS.
l 'nylthe ptpubifcation liUsted herein, including those with price
,*apt the Journal of Ag cultural Research, Experiment Station
i5jie and Regulatory A nouncements, and publications of the
fri, may be obtained free upon application to the Editor and
f1i4r on1 :of Publicatiqns, United States Department or Agrl-
ii to DI. 0., as long!as the department's supply lasts.
|iMepartment's supply of the publications listed below is exhausted,
u tions of which the price is Indicated can still be obtained from
SLteendnt of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington,
rra-rehase only, and at the prices noted herein.
2ite ttanced to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office
iotf ti Department-of Agriculture.
:a. M BULLETINS-FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
arme' Bulletins for the reason that the department's supply of the curran.
enletet to make it possible to send them free to all applicants.
'the Southeastern States. By C. H. Kyle, Assistant physiolo-
a. et COr Investigations. Pp. 19, figs. 11. Contribution from the
ladduMtry. July 19, 1916. (Farmers' Bulletin 739.)
SipW Nort ..Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama.
aF d:Tbelr ControL By H. H. Whetzel, Collaborator, J. Rosen-
4,; JIW. Brann, formerly Agent, and J. A. McClintock, Col-
Office of Cotton and Trdck Disease Investigations. Pp. 23, figs. 26.
ii from the Bureau of Plant Industry. July 17, 1916. (Farmers'
the results f cooperative work between the Bureau of Plant Industry, the New York
trul kpeinent Station, the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station, and
.lEiAgrtitial e periment Station.
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1 methodss of Control. By C. L. Marlatt. Entomologist
.Pp. 12gfigs. 5. Contribution from the Bureau of Ento-
.: Farmers'Bulletin 740.)
h i q'Controling It. By George I. Reeves and
u Uh'gl Aistants, and Thomas R. Chamberlin, Sterling
yInwur Scientific Assistants Cereal and Forage Insect
'fe, b ,tiContribution from the Bureau of Entomology.
dreaded pest of alfalfa ia the Unitel Statea. It iih
river, particularly Utah and the adjacent States.
.ild H. P, Davis, and W. K. Brainerd,
om the Bureau of Animal Indus-
iaformation concerning blancal
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A uA Kr mnun as au xamc. Ay .AJ. fl. LiuLunflWUsDL, obajIADIILLulUa. X p. 01 JUg. A.. na-r
tribution from the Office of Farm Management, Office of the Secretary.
1916. (Farmers' Bullethi T74.)
Is based on a circular on this subject by W. J. Spillman issued July 1 1913, on B
titled What the Farm Contributes Directly to the ei a'ai Living" b, G.. 1t a nt.::
ticscallected by the Office of Farm Msaagemeot and the flho t aDemairon tievi uIA
by the Bureau of the Census, the Bureau of Labor, and the Immigration Commssion.
A Simple Steam Sterilizer for Farm Dairy Utensils. By B. Henry Ayerrms; !
teriologist, and George B. Taylor, Market Milk Specialist Dairy Division. 'p.i
11, figs. 8. Contribution from the BUteaU if Animil iAdustry. July 22, 1i
(Farmers' Bulletin 748.)
For general distribution.
DEPARTMENTAL BULLETINS-TECHNICAL. "l J
The publ icat ions listed below aretechnidildrscitentiftreaWbs o billetiniApplying to aspecialinduest
or locality. The edition is limited, but they will be furnished free to persons who can use such speeaialb I
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tendent of Documents. m
The Results of Physleal Tests of Roada*Badtildtg Leok. By Prevoet HA -r. i
Chemical Engineet, and Frank H. Jacksoh Jr., Assistant Testing EandlA|i|
Pp. 100, chart, 1. Contributibn from the office of Public Roads and
Engineering. (Professional Paper.) July. 0, 1916. (Department idtbtlft,:i
370.) Price, 15 cents. "
Of interest to Rooad Engineers and Contractors.
Cotton Boll-Weevil Control in the Missisl ppi Delta, With Special keretusif i
to Square Picking and Weevil Picking By B. R. Coad, Entomonlopia
Assistant, Southern Field Crop insect Investigations. Pp. 12. Oontrib tia l:;
from the Bureau of Entomology. July 8, 1916. (Department Bulletin :8,).!.
Price, 5 cents.
Is intended to give practical advice to the cotton raisers of the Mississippi Delta on the subject 4:.l
controlling the bolleil e .
School Credit for Home Practice in Agriculture. By F. E. Heald, Specialist iI:::
Agricultural Education. Pp. 27. Contribution from the States RelatiaWb::!'
Service. (Professiopal Paper.) July .25, 1916.. (Departqmenxt ppl.ptlp,!M. A
Price, 5 cents.
Is intended to assist superintendents and teachers of rural schools wto desire to use home practiis;!
in agriculture as an educational teatue, giving proper rank and credit on the school records.
Costs and Sources of Farm-Mortgage Loans in the United States. By O. W:I:
Thompson, Specialist in Rural Organization. Pp. 16, pin. 5. Centributitt ::
the Office of Markets and Rural Organization. July 31, 1916. (DeprtiNe:'t
Bulletin 384.) Price, 10 cents.
The aim of this bulletin is to indicate briefly home of the results obtained from a study bedigt :':!
interest rates and commissions on farm-mortgage loans and the sources of such loans in the Aiitd:. ..N
Automobile Registrations, Licenses, and Revenues in the United States, i :
(Prepared by the Division of Road Economics, Office of Public Rooai- d ted::II
Engineering.) Pp.*15. July 6, 1916. (Circular No. A, Offeie of-the t~tw
tary.) Price, 5 cents.
Amortization Methods for Farm Mortgage Loans. By Leon..E. Trnesdj i
Field Assistant in Rural Organisation, and 0. W. Thompson, gin i hi r i i|
Organisation. Pp. 12. July 14, 1916. (Citrulear .. .
retary.) Price, 5 cents.
Should be of Interest to all farmers who are wtitplatng the botroww.of ilmsL Ei ~ ;;ia
the amortization plan, as well as to others Who are eomnbeed wi t i tP9tobie fl Wt!o;b a
Factors of Apportionment to States 't~der Federal Aid R4ta Act
tton for the Fiscal Yeat 111$. Pp. 2. July 21, libW (abi ut
the Seei tasry,) Prieit, 5 ce.ts.
Irrigated Pastures for Northern Rc l a P By.h 4 fyi ,
Agriculturist in Charge. Pp. 16, figs. p. auy2fSg1 t t U
Plant Industry.) Price, 5 cents.. '
taet suited to conditions in California, Nevada, *riAla, o iw Me ai and Texas.
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bpitt Of the Guan AgVleutatal *kperlmhent Station, 1915. Pp. 43, pb. 7,
S fgs. 4. July 8, 1916. Price, 10 cents.
Ma:: eat Situation 2n the tYhiel tal Pt. 1. Statistics of Live Stock, Meat
#rotdiuion and Consuamption, P~ihs, and International Trade for Many
Countries. By George K.olmes, Bureau of Crop Estimates. Pp. 307, figs. 32.
July 3, 1916. (Repors 10, Offce of the Secretary.) Price, 35 cents.
: Meat Situation in the United States. Pt. 2. Lire Stock Production in the
: even ar Western aage States. Based on Reports from Stockmen and
County Correspondents. By Will C. Barnes and James T. Jardine, Forest Service.
Pp. 10f0 pie. 4, mlap 2. July 1;' 910. '(Beport 110, Office of the Secretary.)
Price, 15 cents.
mi:eat Situation in the United States., Pt. 3. Methods and Cost of Growing
mi: ..:1:::. Cattle in the Corn Belt Stats.; By J. S. Cotton and Morton C. Cooper,
O i" ce of Farm Man ement,'and W. F. Ward, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp.
:si':5 s.: i. 5, figs. 2. July 1, 1916. (Report 111, Office of the Secretary.) Price,
i .:.;i .- t'hse reports show the rests of various independent inquiries dealing with several phases or
nti idt-luastry Uidertakenby specialists of the Department. at the suggest on of a committee appointed
t*an. 4 by the Secretary to consider the economics of the meat situation.
: Department's supply is exhausted; therefore send remittances to the Superintendent or Documents
; 0. ..l.otaa e n this Orace.
Piiuanal of Agriculttral Research. (Issued weekly. For sale only.)
I- IVol. 6 No. 14. July 3, 1916. Contents: California Lacewing Fly. By V. L.
" ildenitl.-Rape as Material for Silage. By A. R. Lamb and John M. Ev-
H vard.-Effect of Autolysis upon Muscle Creatin. By Ralph Hoagland and
l N. McBryde. Pp. 515-547, figs. 7. ,Price, 10 cents.
itNo. 1 ; July 0, 1916. contents: Storage-Rits of Economic Aroids. By
L.- L. Harter.-Experiments with Clean Seed Potatoes on New Land in Southern
:::; .,, )o. By O..'A Pratt. Pp. 549-575, pls. LXXXI-LXXXIII, fig. 1. Price,
riy^.: I :..;t": '.": *'
ii..: tNo. 16. July 17, 1916. Contents: Digestibility of Very Young Veal. By
Q. iLangworthy and A. D. Holmes.-Influenco of Calcium and Magnesium
ampand:. : C lfidf on Plant Growth. By F. A. Wyatt.-Larval Characters and Dis-
... ,:tribution of Two Species of Diatraea. By T. E. Holloway. Pp 577-626, ple.
',,,,iXXIV-LXXXIX, fig. 1. Price, 15 cents.
I mi.. ie No. 17. July 24, 1916. Contents: The Disease of Potatoes Known as
""Leak." By Lon A. Hawkins.-Digestibility of Hard Palates of Cattle. By
S F. Langworthy and A. D. Holmes.-Some Properties of the Virus of the Mosaic
:.."s aeof Tobacco. By H. A. Allard. Pp. 627-674, pls. XC-XCI, fig. 1. Price,
| IV cents.
oi':'':: .. 'o.--'Bennlng with Vblume 5, The Journal of Agricultural Research wilkbe issued weekly and
ii:..... .. distributedfree only to the libraries of agricultural colleges and experiment stations, to large univer-
tiek, tohal schools, and such institutions as make suitable exchanges with the department. BI
.'. v it be Milf/r to individuals. The Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for
SI pubHeatiod, the price behig $3 per year, 52 number.;.
Iti: r~it Station Record. Vol. XXXIV, No. 8, June, 1916. E. W. Allen,
.. Ph. t1, Editor. Pp. 701-800. Price, 15 cents.
S ane, V,, No. Abstract Number. Pp. 801-900. Price, 15 cents.
NOT.-ras tettdl nieal review of the world's scientific literature pertaining to agriculture.
Itis not Utia lded ftotl ribution, and.its free distribution is restricted to persons connected
Nl":: with the aglrctitral W epaireiment stations, and similar institutions, and to libraries and
i:... exh It cannot e seiftee q individuals having no official connect ion with public institu-
MO tin. Stpeintendt of ets will receive subscriptions for this publication, which is
: sued in two volumes a y~r, tin ers each, at V1 a volume.
The Monthly Crop ~ report. Vol. 2. N 7, July, 1916. Pp. 61-72. (Bureau of
:Crop Estimates.) ,
...*..... ~tatsi 4tarelating to arilta a estimates of acreage, condition, yield, prices, and
.;:. Ya oropst nd ve stock. i1f reii i i on.
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Sol Survey of Walker County, Alabama. By .. O.Veatc
ment of Agriculture, in Charge, and A. KM. 0NeaId f, t.. &V&
Alabama Department of Agriculture and Indtritiit Fp .; .SA
F. O. Soils, 1915.) Price, 15 cents.
Soi Survey of Polk County, Georgia. By David D. Lo td
College of Agriculture, and Mark Baldwin, of the J. 8
ture. Pp. 46, fig. 1, map. (From F. 0. Soils, 1914.) -ri-, It
Soil Survey of Pennington County, Minnesota. 'By W'iiian a .C dl
Kirk, and Freeman Ward. Pp. 28, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Sols i
Soil Survey of Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. By J..b As er W.tr
E. C. Hall. p. 32, fig. 1, map. (From F. 0. Sboie, 1914.). P rie*;I
Soil Survey of Lancaster County, Pen n slvanla y B. D. Gibe
Cobb, of the U. S. Department of Agrici.tureand Eal ,L. Mi dit
of the Pennsylvania State College. Pp,. 70, fig.-1, map. (roi:
1914.) Price, 15 cents. .. '
Soil Survey of Brazos County, Texas. By J. O. Veatch and C. S. Waol
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Monthly Weather Review. (For sale only.) Vol. 44; No. A -A ;fl.i
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Payable to the Superintendent of Documents. :
Special articles: Solar and sky radiation measurements during April, 1916. By ., ,
Total radiation received on a horizontal surface from the sun and sky at Iadiseun,,.i
to March, 1916. By H. H. Kimball and E. R. Miller.-Local circulation of'the ati
W. H. Dines.-The planetary system of convection. By W. R. Blair.-The aveg
and its application to meteorological phenomena. By W. J. Spillman, H..R. TI
Reed.-A correlation between the rainfall of North and South America. By H. Relm
port of the meteorological station at Berkeley, Cal., 1914. By W. G. Beed.-A centTi
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Daily River Stages at River Gage Stations on the Prinepaii S
United States. By Alfred J. Henry, Professor of Meteofol*gy.. ;
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