Monthly list of publications


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Monthly list of publications
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United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Publications.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-Oct. 1944.
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Description based on: Jan. 1897; title from caption.

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University of Florida
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r u::ie otherwise noted.-
ward H. Thomson, formerly Assistant Chief, Office .
bed by James S. Ball, Assistant in Farm Account-::
i.:.fromi the Office of Farm Management. Revisedi. :
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.CP. Hartley, Physiologist in Charge of Corn-
P'tl Bcientific Assistant in Corn luvestigationMs,
ik.,. .Pp. 12, figs. 10. Cbntribution from thew'.
Vised .April, 1020. (Farmers' Bulletin 554.).
iir Physiologist in Charge of Tobacco and.:
34, figs. 5. Contriubtion from the Bureaun .
1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 571.) ::,
kth i:uar Beets. and .Truck Crops. By F. B.;.
figs. 13. Contribution from the Bureawi.i
S (Fanrmers' Bulletin 691.)

Le Rl-.Hunt, Sbecialist in Food Prepara-
iies. Pp. 26, figs. 4. Contribution friom
S.June, 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 71T7i
:and Other Cereal Croph. By .W.s i-
real aLd. Forage Insect PInvestigationa i
" Bureau of Entomology. Revised MaW
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WgS The publications listed below are technical or scientific treatises or bulled
ing to a special industry or locality. The edition is limited, but they will be
free to persons who can use such specialized information as long as the Umpi
However, to insure prompt receipt, remit price to the Superintendent of Documei
An Economic Study of Small Farms near Washington, D. C. By W.
Assistant Agriculturist. Pp. 190 figs. 7. Contribution from the Offl*d:
Management. June 22, 1920. (Department Bulletin 848.) Price, W'
City Milk Plants: Construction and Arrangement. By Ernest Kelly i
ence E. Clement, Dairy Division. Pp. 35, figs. 14. Contribution .
Bureau of Animal Industry. July 16, 1920. (Department Bulle
Price, 10 cents. '
This bulletin is of interest and value to market milk distributors, and Oeami
tieal suggestions and information useful to persons intending to engage..J.i,::
ness. .... i
Cost of Producing Apples in Five Counties in Western New York,
By G. H. Miller, Assistant Agriculturist. Pp. 47, figs. t6. k.
from the Office of Farm Management. July 30, 1920. (Departteal
851.) Prile, 10 cents.
This study was made in the counties o Monroe, Niagara, Otat.i':.:
Wayne. ... .
The Organizatip and Management of Farms in Northweit
.:An Analysis 'of the Business of 422 Fapms in the Vietlttyfi
By Earl D. Stiait, Scientific Assistant, and H. M. Dixoan
S tdist. Pp. 32, figs. 9. Contribution from the OfRice at Fa
uly 20, 1920. (Department Bulletin 853.) Price, 10 c10

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Forage for the Cotton Belt. By S. 3. Tracy, Agronomist, Office of.:
SCrop Investigations. Pp. 63, figs. 9. Contribution from the Bureau -
Industry. 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 1125.)
A revision of Farmers' Bulletin 509 and intended for distribution in .the:-
Sudan Grass. By H. N. Vinal, Agronomist, Office of Forage-Crop Inpl
tions. Pp. 30, figs. 11. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant I=
1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 1126.) c
Contains detailed information on the culture, utilization, and feeding val&e.
Control of Aphids Injurious to Orchard Fruitn, Currant, Gooseberty
Grape. By A. L. Quaintance, Entomologist in Charge, and A. 0. :ti
Entomologist, Deciduous Fruit Insect Investigations. Pp. 48, figs. St,.
tribution front the Bureau of Entomology. June, 1920. (Farmers' Bll
Suitable for general distribution.
Tile-Trenching Machinery. By D. L. Yarnell, Senior Drainage EBagi
Division of Drninage Investigations. Pp. 27, figs. 22. Contribution fro
Bureau of Public Roads. 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 1131.)
Describes the various types and discusses the advantages and disadvantage:
use of machines in ditching operations.
Castrating and Docking Lambs. By G. H. Bedell, Animal Husbandry
sion, Bureau of Animal Industry, and E. W. Baker, Investigator in *M
ing Live Stock and Meats. Bureau of Markets. Pp. 14, figs. 9. Contrlbi
from the Bureau of Animal Industry lind the Bureau of Markets.:':
(Farmers' Bulletin 1134.)
Suitable for general distribution.
Game Laws for 1920. A Summary of the Provisions of Federal, State,
Provincial Statutes. By Geo. A. Lawyer, Chief United States Game 'WI
and Frauk L. Earnshaw, Assistant, Interstate Commerce in Game., P
Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Survey. August, 1920. (
Bulletin 1138.) ;
For general distribution. -: ;,
A Method of Analyzing the Farm Business. By H. M. Dixon, Assistani
culturist, and H. W. Hawthorne, Scientific Assistant. Pp. 40, fig.-"
blanks. Contribution from the Office of Farm Management. 1920...
ers' Bulletin 1139.)
A revision of Farmers' Bulletin 661, and suitable for general distribution;.

iS .-B. BBain, .Dairy Husbandman, and R. J. Posson, Market Milk Specialist,
V 0y Division. Pp. 31, figs. 8. Contribution 'from the Bureau of Animal '
try. July 16, 1920. (Department Bulletin 858.) Price. 5 cents. : -.
SIl'Fb copies for free distribution." ;
A .i-Sizing Machine. By Manley Stockton, Investigator in Marketing, "'.
.T- J. F. Barghausen, Investigator in Agricultural Technology. Pp. 6,
U .j 6. Contribution from the Bureau of Markets. (Professional Paper.)
Il1j 28, 1920. (Department Bulletin 864. Price, 5 cents.
SOiini.iterest to growers and shippers of peaches.
Wton BoIl Weevil Control by the Use of Poison. By B. R. Coad, En-
it0nological Assistant, and T. P. Cassidy, Cotton Entomologist, Southern
tied Orop Insect Investigations. Pp. 31. Contribution from the Bureau of.
intomology. July 20, 1920. (Department Bulletin 875.) Price, 5 cents. ':
description of materials needed and methods used im controlling the weevil by the
of-poison. '
tioa s of the Secretary of Agriculture under the United States Ware- : .
bs Act of August 11, 1916, as amended July 24, 1919. Regulations for
arw6d Warehouses. Pp. 31. July, 1920. (Circular 150, Office of the Secre- |
s) Price, 5 cents.
. :Development of the Peruvian Alfalfa Industry in the United States. '.
y H. Westover, Agronomist. Office of Fornge-Crop Investigations. Pp. 8,
ifgs i2. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. June, 1920. (De-
:i:ilrtment Circular 93.) Price, 5 cents.
ition Pictures of the United States Department of Agriculture. A List of
JBilBm and Their Uses. By Fred W. Perkins, Assistant in Charge of Motion
4*itnres, and George R. Goergens, Chief Cinematographer. Pp. 22, il. Con-
rbi.ution from the Division of Publications July, 1920. (Department Cir-
tuia!r 114.)
Swsintory of Seeds and Plants Imported by the Office of Foreign Seed and
LJ' t Introduction, during the period from April 1 to June 30, 1916. Pp. 96,.
p~. ., July 12, 1920. (Inventory No. 47: Nos. 42384-43012. Bureau of
p!intt Industry.) Price, 15 cents.
eriiment Station Record. Vol. 42, No. 7. May, 1920. E. W. Allen, Ph. D.,
.itera. Pp. 601-700. Price, 15 cents. .
i Vol. 42, No. 8. June, 1920. Pp. 701-800. Price. 15 cents.
SVl. 42, No. 9. Abstract Number. June 24, 1920. Pp. 801-900. Price,
&Si NOTE.-The Record is a technical review of the world's scientific literature per- :,
tBlga to agriculture. It is not intended for general distribution and its free distri-
n is restricted to persons connected with the agricultural colleges, experiment : .
ons, and similar institutions, and to libraries and exchanges. It can not be sent
o individuals having no official connection with public institutions. The Superin-
I of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, which is issued in
plumess year, 10 numbers each, at $1 a volume.
!y Crop Reporter. Vol. 6, No. 7, July, 1920. Pp. 61-76. (Bureau
trp.:Estimates.) Price, 25 cents a year. .i:i
twins data relating to agriculture, including estimates of acreage, conditions, .
p:i.esh' and value of crops and live stock. '
qlluNIT.-Because of the small fund available for printing. It has been found neeas- '
,i'drep *slO the: maillng Ist of the Konthly Crop Beporter all names of persons who
l'uItlv*el' cooperattng with the United States Department of Agriculture. Persona .
u::.lwise ave dropped may nubtlribe for this publication through the Superintendent of. ;..
"tWhi:ieaS, D.. C., at the domestic rate of 25 cents per year, and 40 cents peo.. "
ig.ft. n addresses, payable only by postal money order or cash. So checks accepted. ", '
,Itepwter olE l,. Nos. 27 to 31, inclusive, July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31,
..i of Markets.) "For free distribution to applicants who show, i; s
It't i.t .telbia marketing publication of the United S(ates..De- :.,.
SI;*::? 'ot ~o~tains general, current, and statistical marketing in-: ,...::
cb.i..As at agricultural products, both staple and perisbahle. ..
Mf U .I~Fwan~ qf permanent value alike to producers, dealers ana ;i""
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