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This. circular will be sent regularly to all who apply for it.

Eited States Department of Agriculture,

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iWlSeuBd no remittances to the U. S. -Department of Agriculture.

S:ianly of the publications listed herein, except those otherwise
obtained free upon application to the Chief of the Division of
United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.,
Department's supply lasts.
dIepa!rtment's supply is exhausted, publications can still be ob-
P te aSuperintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office,
i:: by purchase only, and at the prices noted herein.
Semittances to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His
Clt part of the Department of Agriculture.

I, dattment's supply of the current numbers of Farmers' Bulletins is
I;ct tto make it possible to send them free to all applicants. They are
Sat'5 cents: per copy unless otherwise noted.
iader Cultivation. By W. W. Stockberger, Physiologist in Charge. Drug,
aind l Plant Investigations. Pp. 50, figs. 8. Contribution from the Bu-
I, Industry. Revised, August, 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 663.) Price. 10
ireak of Insects and Save the Grain Crops. By W. R. Walton, Entomolo-
of Cereal and Forage Insect Investigations. Pp. 24, figs. 14. ContribL.-
,| lreau of Entomology. Revised, August, 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 835).
-.g..e.. ..... i l distribution.
A .i[..tte. By H. P. Davis, Dairy Husbandman. Dairy Division. Pp. 35,
al4n from the Bureau of Animal Industry. Revised, September, 1920.
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%ir general distribution.
id lplia ces. By D. M. Green, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 8. figs. 5.
~e:p the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 1107.)
.pbily for use of members of boys' and girls' poultry clubs.
itJ* Miurket. By Rob R. Slocum, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 8,
iutlon rom the Bureau of Animal Industry. 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin
ril ~ 'ase of members of boys' and girls' poultry club.
m~iito By Wilbar R. Mattoon, Extension Specialist in Forestry. Pp.
~~ i .lt -ftiBsimm the Forest Service, 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 1117.)
S eile-. the farm Income resulting from scientific management of farm
.i.. the Gulf States. By E. D. Voaburg, Scientific Assistant, Office of
S logical Investigations. Pp. 45, figs. 12. Contribution from
-hIndustt. September, 1920. (Farmers' Bulltin 1122.)
AiVl ttaia information on the chief problems encountered by newcomers
aW Io sItarting and maintaining a citrus grove in the Gulf States.
: i t'ad Mite, choice, of varieties, cultural methods, and the business
growingig awe among the more important problems considered.

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Planning the Farmstead. By M. C. Bette and W. R, Humphries, Divisaln of aiAual 1Eni
neering. Pp. 24, figs. 8. Contribution from the Bureau of Public Boads,
(Farmers' Bulletin 1132.)
The object of this bulletin is to set forth general principles involved in piannlig the
arrangement of the buildings of the farmstead in their relation to one another.
Feeding Garbage to Hogs. By F. G. Ashbrook, Animal Husbandry Division, and A. Wl.du
formerly of Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 26, igs. 16. Contribution ftrooi-H
Bureau of Animal Industry, 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 11l3.)
This bulletin sets forth the general principles necessary for success in feeding gazba i
The Beef Calf: Its Growth and Development. By B. W. Sheets Animal Husbandry Dlift
sion. Pp. 32, figs. 34. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry, li 9h
(Farmers' Bulletin 1135.)
Issued as a guide in developing beef calves and is intended primarily for the use"r
boys' and girls' clubs.
Growing Crimson Clover. By L. W. Kephart, Scientific Assistant, Office of FosagsC iir i
Investigations. Pp. 20, figs. 8. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Intduet!l
1920. (Farmers' Blletin 1142.)
A revision of Farmers' Bulletin 550. Suitable for distribution in the Middle Atl ar nl
tic and Southeastern States.
Cowpeas: Culture and Varieties. By W. J. Morse, Agronomist, Qflce of Forage-Crop Invi:veiil
tigations. Pp. 26, figs. 10. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. Septeni-
ber 1920. (Farmers Bulletin 1148.)
Supersedes Farmers' Bulletin 318 and is suitable for distribution in the Southeri :!
Waterproofing and Mildewproofing of Cotton Duck. By H. P. Holman, Assistant Chen list,.
B. S. Levine, Mycologist, and T. D. Jarrell, Junior Chemist, Leather and Paper Labora'kk.
tory. Pp. 13, figs. 15. Contribution from the Bureau of Chemistry. October, 19Ii20
(Farmers' Bulletin 1157.)
Suitable for general distribution.
Poison Ivy and Poison Sumac and Their Eradication. By C. V. Grant, formerly of the OfiJie
of Drug, Poisonous, and Oil Plant Investigations, and A. A. Hansen, Office of EoragiSA
Crop Investigations. .Pp. 16, figs. 6. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry.
October, 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 1166.)
Suitable for general distribution.
trThe publications listed below are technical or scientific treatises or bulletins a .:''
ing to a special industry or locality. The edition Is limited, but they will be furnm0ib ::ii
free to persons who can use such specialized information as long as the supply lais.i
However, to insure prompt receipt, remit price to the Superintendent of Documents,
Forestry Lessons on Home Woodlands. By Wilbur R. Mattoon, Extension Specialist ill
Forestry, Forest Service, and Alvin Dille, Specialist in Agricultural Education, Stas
Relations Service. Pp. 46, figs. 19. Contribution from the States Relations Servi
iProfessional Paper.) September 30, 1920. (Department Bulletin 863.) Price, 1$S
Prepared for teachers in elementary agriculture. .I
The Inherilance of the Length of Internode in the Raehis of the Barley Spike. By H. K.l
Hayes. College of Agriculture, University of Minnesota, and Henry V. Harlan, Agra:i0,
mist in Charge of Barley Investigations, Office of Cereal Investigations. Pp. 26, pIs, .'iil
figs. 2. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) i
tember 80, 1920. (Department Bulletin 869.) Price, 5 cents.
Effect of Winter Rations on Pasture Gains of Yearling Steers. By E. W. Sheets and R. i
Tuckwiller, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 20, figs. 8. Contribution from the S'ii- t
reau of Animal Industry. October .20, 1920. (Department Bulletin 870.) Price '
A report on results of experiments made in West Virginia tO ascertain the eMiee 'i
of different wintering rations upon subsequent pasture gains and to determine the bes t'!
method and the cost of raising beef cattle in West Virginia. These results apply also
to adjoining States.
Manufacturing and Laboratory Tests to Produce an Improved Cotton Airplane Fabelrie .
Fred Taylor formerly Cotton Technologist, and D. E. Earle Specialist in Cotton Ciafl'u
ing. Pp. 4, figs. 23. Contribution from the Bureau of Markets. (Professiona lP i
per.) October 9, 1920. (Department Bulletin 882.) Price, 10 cents.
Gives results of experiments with different varieties of cotton in the manutcture i
cloth for airplane wing coverings.
Utilization of Sycamore. By W. D. Brush, Scientifie Assistant. Pp. 24, ple. 4, giiP.,
Contributon from the Forest Service. October 12, 1920. (Department Bulletin 64,,i1
Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin gives information on the supply of sycamore, on the conditions attaiBlds
ant on its manufacture, and on how It may be used most advantageously.::
Spotted Apple-Tree Borer. By Fred E. Brooks, Entomologist, Deciduous-Fruit laae* I
vestigations. Pp. 12 pls. 5, fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Bntadlo
October 21, 1920. (Department Bulletin 886.) Price, 5 cents.
Describes the life history and habits of this insect and suggests methods Of eaO
Pear Borer. By .,Jred 1. Brooks, Entomologist, Deciduous-Fruit Insect Investlga4
Pp. 8, pls. 3. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. September 9 1
(Department Bulletdn 887.) Price, 5 cents.
Describes an insect which also attacks the apple, and suggests methods of contei
Sebalts of Experiments with Miscellaneous Substances Against Chicken I .e uid ::.
Flea. By W. S. Abbott, Entomologist, Enforcement Insecticide Act. Pp. 15.
button from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) October 13, *I .
(Department Bulletin 888.) Price, 5 cents. .
Describes results of tests of certain proprietary insecticides against chicken I'setl
and the dog flea.


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iiii; Stem-Borer as an Alfalfa Pot. By V. L. Wildermuth, Entomological Assistant, and
t: H. -Gates Scientifc Assistant, Cereal and Forage Insect Investigations. Pp. 25.
il. 1, Ogs. d. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.)
: ODtober 25, 1920. (Department Bulletin 889.) Price, 5 cents.
I An account of the life history and habits of this insect and a discussion of methods
Of control.
I/i;iki-PlInt Equipment. By Ernest Kelly, in Charge of Market-Milk Investigations. and
Vlii .Clarence H. Clement, Market-Milk Specialist, Dairy Division. Pp. 42, figs. 23. Con-
|,1:tribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. October 7, 1920. (Department Bulletin
l 89.) Price, 15 cents.
r-. This bulletin points out some of the more important economic and sanitary problems
In the handling and distribution of milk.
Il::llw Beet Leaf-Beetle. By F. H. Chittenden, Entomologist, and E. O. Marsh, Scientific
i"'. Assistant, Truck-Crop Insect Investigations. Pp. 24, pie. 9. Contribution from the
SI::::.Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) October 25. 1920. (Department Bul-
latin 892.) Price, 15 cents.
S Gives life history of this Insect and suggests methods of control.
IIhlUi al o Design and Installation of Forest Service Water Spray Dry Kiln. By L. V. Tees-
-;I :: dale, Engineer in Forest Products. Pp. 47, figs. 13. Contribution from the Forest
ervice.. (Professional Paper.) October 18, 1920. (Department Bulletin 894.) Price,
[1^pi.*:0 cents.
S Describes a kiln in which the temperature, humidity, and circulation can be regu-
Slated independently of the others.
4H! ".eto Western Cabbage Flea-Beetle. By F. H. Chittenden and H. O. Marsh. Truck-Crop In-
srect Investigations. Pp. 21, pl. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology.
.i.: (Professional Paper.) October 22, 1920. (Department Bulletin 902.) Price. 5' cents.
S Deperibes the life history and habits of this insect and suggests methods of control.
ii::iert .of the Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stltions, 1918. Pp. 104, pls. 10. September
S38, 1920. Price, 15 cents.
: part of the Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1919. Pp. 73, pls. 10. September
10, 1920. Price, 15 cents.
iiR.':port of the Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station, 1918. Pp. 24, pls. 2. Septemh"r
S.17, 1920. Price, 5 cents.
i; me, 1919. Pp. 37, pis. 4. October 15, 1919. Price, 5 cents.
f : t. Trails and Highways of the Mount Hood Region, Oregon National Forest, Oregon.
Pp. 32, i. Contribution from the Forest Service. 1920. (Department Circular 105.)
Price, 10 cents.
SA System of Field and Office Records for County Extension Workers. By M. C. Wilson, Agri-
Seelturist, County Agent Work, Office of Extension Work North and West. Pp. 13, figs.
6. Contribution from the States Relations Service. October, 1920. (Department Cir-
uslar 107.) Price, 5 cents.
Chiegry, Control and Eradication. By Albert A. Hansen, Agronomist. Weed Investigations.
0Iftee of Forage-Crop Investigations. Pp. 4, figs. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of
Plant Industry. 1920. (Department Circular 108.)
i:;::biing and Blanching Dasheen Shoots. By Robert A. Young. Plant Introducer. Pp. 6,
Aigs. 5. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. 1920. (Department Circu-
lar 12L) Price, 5 cents.
"ilisMte Manufacture and Use of Peanut Butter. By H. C. Thompson, formerly Horticulturist.
: Horticultural and Pomological Investigations. Pp. 16. igs. 6. Contribution from the
: Bureau of Plant Industry. 1920. (Department Circular 128.) Price, 5 cents.
N itf for the Family. Pp. 4, ii. Contribution from the Dairy Division and the Office of
Home Economics. 1920. (Department Circular 129.)
Mi sb Hawkweeds, or Paintbrushes. By Albert A. Hansen. Agronomist in Weed Investiga-
S ioas. Pp. 7, figs. 2. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. October.
.... 1920. (Department Circular 130.) Price, 5 cents.
AiA Mountain Vacation Land: The Washington National Forest. Pp. 10, il. Contribution
From the Forest Service. (Department Circular 132.) Price, 5 cents.
Joinal of Agricultural Research. (For sale only.) Vol. 16, No. 13. Contents and Index
a. Volume 16 Pp. xi-351-357. March 31. 1920.
!"i':.i Ntlors.--Volumes 1 to 4 of the Journal of Agricultural Research were published
lMolnli: thly, volumes 5 to 16 weekly, volume 17 monthly, and volumes 18 Is being issued
Ilimi-IuonthIly. The Journal is distributed free only to the libraries of agricultural col-
sand experiment stations, to large universities, technical schools, and such institu-
L make suitable exchanges with the department. It will not be sent free to indi-
11 l.. The.Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication.
0i'aprlee being $1.50 per year for domestic circulation and $2 for foreign circulation.
i91im t Statism Reeord. Vol. 43, No. 4. September, 1920. I. W. Allen, Ph. D.,
::. itor. Pp. 301-400. Price, 15 cents.
jI o a l 48, No. 5. October, 1920. Pp. 401-500. Price, 15 cents.
B ia'Niru--The Record Is a technical review of the world's scientific literature per-
t g to agriculture. It is not intended for general distribution and its free distri-
ii, reas*i:ted to persons connected with the agricultural colleges, experiment sta-
lJad similar institutions, and to libraries and exchanges. It can not be sent free
tvldals having no official connection with public institutions. The Superintendent
.ewiaEaents will receive subscriptions for this publication, which Is issued in two
a is a year, 10 numbers each, at $1 a volume.


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Survey of St. Clair County, Alabama. By R. T. Avon Burk% ofte
S.uent of Agriculture, and N. Eric Bell, of the Alabama Departi~ int
..Industries. Pp. 46, fig. 1, map.. (From F. O. Soils,-1917.)4 Pricea: I
Survey of Cheyenne County, Nebraska.' By H. C. Mortlock, Louis 4
wiG:George W. Hearn, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture,.. and L EB.i
tV'itl 'aska Soil Survey. Pp. 39, fig. 1, map. (From.F. 0. Sedb 19 i .)
.:. : rThese contain only information,.instructions, and notices govef.h~.g
f t.~ he food and drugs act, meat inspection, 28-hour, and quarantine la ~ a
; l.;j nations of the department. Issued monthly by certain bureausL
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';,"tVederal Horticultural Board. No. 68. May, June, and July, 1920.
i.: ,22, 1920. Price, 10 cents.
u resa of Chemistry. Supplement No. 82. IN. J. 7551-7600.] j
1920. V"rice, 10 cents.
,ue, Supplement No. 83. [N. J. .7601-7650.] Pp. 81-118. Odt.
;zBoame, Supplement No. 84. [N. J. 7651-7700.] Pp. 119-159, Ot
.1 0 cents. -
rW:' Publieations of the Weather Bureau are obtainable, o1nl
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:IKlrices noted herein.
tMpnthly Weather Review. Vol. 48, No 7. July, 1920. Oct'."
2..::2, charts 11. Price, 25 cents a copy, $2.50 a year, Ale..
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special Articles: The Aurora of March 22--25 190 a9li
Brooks and H. Lyman.-Note on the Hetlga anle.
..and belt of March 24, 1920, By 0. -F, Brooks .an o.P E
:i' 1919 in the United States. By H. Lyman.-- sEfIape.:
ok:.."tor the normal temperature in terms of the time of day
2:'': L. West.-Hailitorms in Nebraika. B H. .G. C0yt1
UrKansas City, Mo., May 14, 1920. By P. 'Coinor. A une.
June 21, 1920. By A. H. Ward.-A smoke afh muhg 4
.Ward.-Some flying experiences in %b
i rk--Southerly winds at high altitudes o:ver 0,t
A." 4 6uary, 1920. By C. GO Audrus.-Rxpoa -
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