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S..... : ... Re L% tlon to. Cereal and Forage Crops. By W. R.
ca..: Asalspat, Core]n and Forage Insect Investigations. Pp. 20,
Ra fron tee Bureasu:of Entomology. (Farmers' Bulletin 747.)
..i.outken Idlate'Dry Farms. By L. C. Aicher. Assistant
: reall Investiwgttons. Pp. 23, fils. 9. Contribution from the
t]. (Faqrm.er' Bulletin 769.)
IDi o those'engaged'lnr dry-land farming in hbis State.
.eaS Cookera and -W'eir Use. Prepared in the Office of the
'tL.18, flig- 5. Cbatribution from the States Relations Service.
*'awumefI Bulletu' 5771.)
huee*t Nlematode. 'By Harry B. Shaw, Pathological luspector,
i1Bidard; formerly Assistant Pathologist, Office of Sugar Plane
,* P.. figs. 6. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry.
I stflers' BulTetth 772.)
Sh. lty Coat ltlons. By C. P. Hartley, Physiologist in
biologist ilice of Corn Investigations. Pp. 24. figs. 15.
the B u of Plit Industry. December, 1910. (Farmers'
thle .B~LPek Wountains. By H. P. Gould. IomolQgist
dieto Int~ stations. Pp. 37, figs. 29. Contribution from
t In .'. ]Deemner, 1916. (Farmers' Bulletin'776.) "j.
1 Wmiw B.y faik G. Ashbrook, Junior Animal nusbna n aan,
,. Pi 6,'f 6. Contribution from the Bureau of Aiimid
.y. .. tOrtn,. Pathologist in Charge of Cotton and Truck Dis-
Pp. fBig. .. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant In-
G9r (*'Pmesa ta6 Bulletin 787.)
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Oranges. By S. C. Hood, Scientific Asistant, and G. A. RusseII, Expert ea
Drug-Plant and Poisonous-Plant Investigations. Pp. 19, figs. 10. Contrilt
the Bureau of Plant Industry. Dec. 16, 1916. (Department Bullet
Price, 5 cents.
Lupines as Poisonous Plants. By C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson Phy
Drug-Plant and Poisonous-Plant Investigations, Bureau of Plant Industry -
leigh Marsh, Veterinary Inspector Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 45, pis. 4
Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Ihdustry and the Bureau of Animal
(Professional Paper.) Dec. 5, 1916. (Department Bulletin 405.) P
Convict Labor for Road Work. By J. E. Pennyacker, Chief, Division i -3
Economics, and H. S. Fairbank, Highway Engineer office of Public Hoads ani
Engineering, and Dr. W. F. Draper, Passed Assisiant Surgeon, U. 8. Public
Service. Pp. 218, pls. 14, figs. 10. Contribution from the Oice of Public Boadsa
Rural Engineering. (Professional Paper.) Dec. 15, 1916. (Department B. N
414.) Price, 40 cents.
Intended for use of State officials in charge of road work. No copies avallabii
Sugar Pine'. By Louis T. Larsen, Forest Examiner, and T. D. Woodbury, Asl
District Forester. Pp. 40, ple. 10. Contribution from the Forest Service. -(f
fessional Paper.) Dec. 30, 1916. (Department Bulletin 426.) Price, 15 ei
The Spike-Horned Leaf Miner, An Enemy of Grains and Grasses. By f?1
Luginbill and T. D. Urbahns, Entomological Assistants, Cereal and Forage Isl
Investigations. Pp. 20, pls. 2, fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomthq
(Professional Paper.) Dec. 13, 1916. (Department Bulletin 432.) PrIV
The Pear Leaf-Worm. By R. L. Nongaret, Entomological Assistant, and W.i
Davidson and E. J. Newcomer, Scientific Assistants, Deciduous Fruit Insectll
nations. Pp. 24, pis. 2, figs. 4. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomm
(Professional Paper.) Dec. 11, 1910. (Department Bulletin 438.) P T
The Soy Bean, With Special Reference to Its Utilization for Oil, Cakce, f.i
Other Products. By C. V. Piper, Agrostologist in Charge, and W. J. Morse,
tific Assistant, Forage
Improvement of Ghirka Spring Wheat in Yield and Quality. By J. A
Clark, Scientific Assistant in Western Wheat Investigations, Office of Cereal Inl-
gations. Pp. 20, figs. 17. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (
fessional Paper.) Dec. 4, 1916. (Department Bulletin 450.) Price, bScCM.
The Chemical Composition of Lime-Sulphur Animal Dips. By RobertI
Chapin, Senior Biochemist, Biochemic Division. Pp. 16. Contribution fron~i
Bureau of Animal Industry. (Professional Paper.) Dec. 14, 1916. (Departsq
Bulletin 451.) Price, 5 cents.
The Chemical Composition of American Grapes Grown in the Oe&ira.,.
Eastern States. EBy William B. Alwood, Enological Chemist, in collaborate
B. G. Hartmann, J. R. Eoff, S. F. Sherwood, J. 0. Carrero, and T. S. HardtLmsp.
Contribution from the Bureau of Chemistry. (Professional Paper.) De'."l 19
(Department Bulletin 452.) Price, 5 cents.
The Effect of Cultural and Climatic Conditions on the Yield and Q 1
Peppermint Oil. By Frank Rabak, Chemical Biologist, Drug-Plant anff ...iS..
Plane Investigations. Pp. 16. Contribution from the Bureau of Plantf
(Professional Paper.) Dec. 9, 1916. (Department Bulletin 454.) N
The Drying for Milling Purposes of Damp and Garlicky Wheat. "lA.
Cox, Assistant in Charge of the United States Grain-Standardization Labor
Baltimore, Md. Pp. 11, figs. 3. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant
(Professional Paper.) Dec. 2, 1916. (Department Bulletin 455.)
The Use of Energy Values in the Computation of Rations for FraIm-:.
mals. (A Revision of Farmers' Bulletin 346.) By Henry Prentiss Armaby.DiS
of the Institute of Animal Nutrition of the Pennsylvania State College; ei
Animal Nutrition, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 31. Contributionutno
Bureau of Animal Industry. Dec. 15, 1916. (Department Bulleti~
Price, 5 cents.
Lessons on Poultry for Rural Schools. By F. E. Heald, Specialist in
Education. Pp. 34 figs. 13. Contribution from the States Relations Bervi e.
fessional Paper.) bec. 30, 1916. (Department Bulletin 464.) Price, 19.
The Food Value and Uses of Poultry. By Helen W. Atwater, SclentiXc i
Office of Home Economics. Pp. 29 figs. 2. Contribution from the Statesg
Service. (Professional Paper.) Dec. 29, 1916. (Department Bullettia,
Price, 5 cents.
Fats and Their Economical Use in the Home. B A. D. Holmes an H. 1I
Scientific Assistants, Office of Home Economics. P. 27. Contribution .
States Relations Service. (Professional Paper.) ec. 15, 1916. (Dep.a
Bulletin 469.) Price, 5 cents. .i:
Studies on the Digestibility of the Grain Sorghum. By C. F.
Chief, and A. D. Holmes, Scientific Assistant Office of Home Economics.:
Contribution from the States Relations Service. (Professional Pater.)
1916. (Department Bulletin 470.) Price, 5 cents. .
The'Origin, Characteristics, and Quality of Humpback Wheat.
,homas, Assistant in Charge of the United States Grain-8tandardiatklte -
at Fargo, N. Dal. Pp. 4, pl. 1, fg.1., Contribution from the.Btl
Industry and the Office of Markets and Riaral Orgaalaim. 1e
(Department Bulletin 478.) Price, 5 cents.
-am n-erm -uarsuua. 5Isy 1o U. carr, Specialist in Bee-
nt tion tfroma the Bureau of Entomology. Dec. 2, 1910.
t: t Wll tin 480.) Price, 5 cents.
S~avertlaf Welfhts of MeflLanieal Separations into Pereenta er
i 5: 6_ mile Aasilyed. By 0. 3. Boerner, Assistant in Grain Standardization.
figs. 2. Contribution from t e Bureau of Plant Industry and the Office of
sa,, Rural Organiation. Dic. 28, 1916. (Department Bulletin 516.)
pt:" ]L.eqi, 1 cents.
of. the Alaska arieultural Experiment Stations, 1915. Pp. 100, pls.
1- *. Price, 16 Cents.-
ri oqsato Fertliserm je r HawaUia Sols, and Their Availability. By
Wai. T. McGeorge Former Chemist. Pp. 45, pis. 4. Dec. 2, 1916. (Bulletin 41,
:r.' awa'll Agrcil o tural Experiment Station.) Price, 10 cents.
li _antwaWg Hay in Ricks or Stacks. By H. B. McClure Agriculturist and W. J.
I llmaes, Chief. Pp. 10, figs '4. Contribution from the Ohce of Farm Management,
i.i.. e of the Secretary. Dec. 9, 19106 (Circular G7, Office of the Secretary.)
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N Adpparatus for Use in Making Acidity Determinations of Corn.
H J. Besley and G. H. Baston, Assistants, Ofice of Grain Standardization. Pp.
I 4 A, 1. Dec. 380 1916. (Circular 68, Ofice of the Secretary.) Price, 5
of Agricultural Research. (For sale only.) Vol. 7. No. 10, Dec. 4, 1910.
., tents : Nitrification in Semiarid Soil. (gi Cal.-7.) By W. P. Kelley.-Factors
Af.eqtng the Eivaporatlon of Moisture from the Soll. (gi Utah-4.) By F. S. Harris
... 3i:::...*.. a J. 8. Robinson. Pp. 417-461, figs. 17. Price, 10 cents.
i.Mae Vol. 7, No. 11. Dec. 11 1916. Contents: Macrostphum granarlum, the English
...r" ~Ga Aphis. (gk K-47.) By W J. Phillips.-A Secific Mosaic Disease in Nicoti-
ani: viscosum Distinct from the Mosaic Disease of Tobacco. (gl G-101.) By H. A.
ll: Allard.--Byntomaspls druparum, the Apple-Seed Chalcld. (go K-47.) By R. A.
;t G Cushman. Pp. 463-502, pis. 9, figs. *. Price, 20 cents.
i:iae, iVol. 7, No. 12. Dee. 18 1916.. Contents: Assimilation of Iron by Rice from
li sita;: i Nutrient Solutions. (gm B-12.) By P. L. Gile and J. O. Carrero.-Influ-
i n f Bordeaux Mixture on the Rates of Transpiration from Abseised Leaves and
m fq Potted Plants. (gn N. J.-4.) By William H. Martin. Pp. 503-548. Price,
: N m--Number 13 of this volume will be the index to the volume (the volumes
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a:; Mb.,.191. Pp. xxvi-1047-1060. Price, 10 cents.
Niuia t Station Record. Vol. XXXV, No. 6. Abstract Number. Dec. 8, 101G.
at l., Allen, Ph. D., Editor. Pp. 501,-600. Price, 15 cents.
aitmer Vol. XXXV, No. 7. November, 1916. Pp. 601-700. Price, 15 cents.
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iat Atmal Industry. No. 115. November, 1910. Pp. 97-104. Dec. 20, 1916.
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.t Snkretl and Rural OrganizatO n. No. 10. Dec. 16, 1016. Pp. 15.
i l rkets and Rural Organlzation. No. '17. Pp. 33. Dec. 21, 1016.
ti :rlilI surveys are referred to the Bureau of Soils for attention, the
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CM? thu t-Alabanai. By Arthur E. Taylor and E. S. Vanatta,
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Ai' t.A icultur& and Industries. Pp. 41, fig. 1, map. (From
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Soil Survey of Washltnton Conumtr, werri.a.- ,.a ~S.Ar
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Soil Survey of Wilkes County, GeargiSai 'ByrDafl,.. 'Longei
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Monthly Weather Review. (For sale only.) Vol. 44,. No., .. f
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Special Articles: Solar aid sky radiatia n easurements darl'
By H. H. Kimball.-Shading effect of wife insect cages. By H R.
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tions at sunset and sunrise. By 0. H. Nichols.-Ionization of the Up e
By W. F. G. SWann.-Ground Iranbows. By A. E. Hetth.-Tempera
tion of the sun.. By F. Biscoe.-Solar corpuscular rays. ByK. Biftl
of September 30, 1916.-Probable growing season. By W. G. Reed.
teristics of the winds at Mount -Tsgpakpais. By H. .Wright.-N--ri
of gravitation as affected by temptature. By P. E. Shaw.-Kata' hiS
measure of the effects of atmosphere conditions on -bodily :cofort,;
Wt'inslow.-Ball lightning dn Py de DOme. By E. Mafthias.
Monthly Weather Review. (For sale only.) Supplement No. 3. Api
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Special Articles: founding Balloon Ascensions at Fort Omah.
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National Weather and Crop Bulletin, No. 31, November, 1916,
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