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Zh .R 1 921., ::Department Bulletia 93.) Price, 5 cents.
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Investigations. Pp. 12, pIs. 2. Cottibuio A ma th i udm n siw Aglus Z.>
(Professional Paper). Jan. 26, 1921. (Department Bulletin 994.) Pri, L ci5tm.
This bulletin describes the disease and gives the results arrived at byP# Mig .F 4 xin'n~a tiri
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(Professional Paper). Feb. 18, 1921. (Department Bulletin 925.) Price, 20 cenl.
This bulletin discusses the agricultural advantages of brachysm in maize which seems admi ntri.
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Division. Pp. 10. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal ladutzy Dlc. T17i
1920. .(DepartmDent Buteai 9g.) Price, 5 cents. I
The test reported In this bulletin was conducted to determine to what extent cottonseed meal may t:
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Corn-Belt Farmers' Experience with Motor Trucks. By H. R. Tolley, Agricultural "
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931.) Price, 10 cents.
This bulletin summarizes the experience w th motor trads of 831 grain and live-stock farmersin the ;:
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Comparative Spinning Tests of Seade ad Sea Ilad Cotton. By Wm. R. Mea#bws, :i
Cotton Technologist, and W. G. Blair, Assistant in Cotton Testing. Pp. 5. (Pro;-:
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Discusses the results of spinning tests on representative bales of Meade and Sea Island cotton growth ~:4
during the seasons of 1916-17, SIs-49, a- a 19 W -S, in order to detenmise tie practal spieoatg avwall
of the Meade cotton in eomjaArson with Oaat f Sa island ot. :toln.
Report of the Guam Agricultual xpeimaent Station, 1918. Pp. 52, phl. 7. Feb. 17,
1921. Price, 10 cents. .
Poultry Keeping In Porte ties. By H. U. Henrickeen., Specialist in Faru Maw-'i
ment. Pp. 22, figs. 14. February, 1921. Circular 19, Parto iRu E!. .ai
Station.) Price, 5 cents.
Contents and Index to Technical Series No. 16, Papers on Coccidae or Scale Insects.;.:
Pp. iv, 117-132. Bureau of Entoaalogy. Feb. 19, 1921. Price, 5 etts.
Contents and Index to Technical Series No. 17, Contributions toward a sii
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Contents and Index to Technical Slers No. 2S, Technical Papar on Xriuaanwuin.
Forest Insects. Pp. x, 165-15. Bureau of Entanoingy. Feb. 12, I 21, Pasi,;!
Australia and New Zealand as Makets for Amerisar VWri. By SawS S S.W,
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The Work e the H tley Reclamation Pjecat Eretr aent Ia s ia MaS. OByr iBIi
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Industry. January, 192L (Departmeat Cbrlsar 141.) fPrie 5 : :
Nicotine Sulphate in a Dast Carrer alaspi .TrnTk-Cap I s By Roy E. ..qp-il
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How Teachers May Use Farmers' BulletiMn 1175. Better BeeA m..as-
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How Teachers May Use Farmers' BuiJtia 1118, Copseas: Cs0~i 01
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CoMton Culture in the San JaquiValley in California. By Wofford B. Camp, Aesist
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Paiqe Nadmioal Game Preserve. Regulations and Information for the Public. Pp.
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' i''::..ournal of Agricultural Research. (For sale only.) Vol. 20, No. 7, Jan. 3, 1921.
Iontents: Fusarium-Wilt of Tobacco (we. G-214.) By James Johnson. Sugar
Beet Top Silage. (wi. Idaho-4.) By Ray E. Neidig. Nodule Bacteria of Legu-
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ii:::: CUaation. (wh. A-55.) By Sewall Wright. Measurement of the Amount of
Water that Seeds Cause to Become Unfree and Their Water-Soluble Material. (wi.
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Same. Vol. 20, No. 8, Jan. 15, 1921. Contents: Inheritance of Syndactylism,
Black, and Dilution in Swine. (wj. Ill.-10.) By J. A. Detlefsen and W. J. Car-
S mchael. Four Rhynchophora Attacking Corn in Storage. (wk. K-90.) By
RJ ichard T. Cotton. Concentration of Potassium in Orthoclase Solutions Not a
i Meausre of Its Availability to Wheat Seedlings. (wm. G-216.) By J. F. Breazealo
and Lyman J. Briggs. Composition of Tubers, Skins, and Sprouts of Three Vari-
eties of Potatoes. )wu. E-15.) By F. C. Cook. Further Studies in the Deteri-
oration of Sugars in Storage. (wo. La. 3.) By Nicholas Kopeloff H. Z. E.'Perkins,
;: and .. J. Welcome. Freezing of Fruit Buds. (wp. Utah-12.) By Frank L. West
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.. Same. Contents and Index to Volume 18. Pp. xx, 607-618. February, 1921.
: E rice, 5 cents.
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Special Articles: Flying weather in the Southern Plains States. ByJ.A..Reible. .Scwta
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An Agricultural Almanac for 1921. Compiled by Bristow A.p .s.
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