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:-WkltiaftboyNecad.' By Caroline L. unt and Helen W. Atwater. Pp. 15,
the States Relations Se4ice. Revised Octpber, 1921. (Farmers' Bulletin 808).
pim. May Be Freei from It. By F. C. Bishopp, Entomologist, Investif
Health of Animils. Pp. 16, figs. 9. Contribution from the Bureau of
oi, 1921. (Farmels' Bulletin 1070.)
=1 Pla.pt. -By A. .Daniels, Assistant Mechanical Engineer, Division of
1. Pp. 28; figs. S. Cntibution from. the Bureau of Public Roads. Revised,
O o BVlletin 1194.)
tm'=.amr. By H. R. Toley, Agricultural Engineer, and L. M. Church, Assist-
S geerl. Pp. 23, figs. I Joint contribution from the Office of Farm Manage-
ubli Roads: 1921. ( farmers' Bulletin 1201.)
otn the experienar,,,765 farmers in the Eastern States and is intended to aid
ids t in dete wh other or not the use of motor trucks would be to their
t.r Ttees. P, L Mulford, Horticulturist, Office of Horticultural and
S 245 : tributionfromtheBureau ofPlant Industry. August,
table Pp.50, figs. 14. .Contribution from the States Relations
P: 3u.etul loll.) -
s 39 "Home Canning by the One Period Cold-Pack Method"
S t stand bget.abs," as far as home canning of fruits and vegetables is
ij: Ii J,. E. Dudley, Jr., Scientific Assistant, Truck-Crop
l ion from the Bureau of Entomology, 1921. (Farmers'
St bean, sugar beet, and other crops in the North Central
Humphrey, Pathologist in Charge, Aaron 0. John-
Mnt Pathologist, Cereal-Disease Investigations, Off6e
tion from the Bureau of Plant-Industry. August,
hods of control.
Sge 0. Edler, Specialist in Marketing Seeds. Pp. 31,
f. ts. October, 1921. (Farmers' Bulletin 12L.)
Summary of Lsws in the United States, Canada, and
s Propagatiou,ad Bounties. By GeorgeA. Lawyer,
arnshaw, Assistant, Interstate Commere in Game.-
ISurvey. September, 121. (Farmer' Bulletin 218.)
s Ravages. By A. L. Quzintance, Entomologist in
.12. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology.
t ,re r the peach borer, and is suitable for
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"JiPThe publications listed below are technical or scientific bulletins applying to a special industry :
or locality. The edition is limited, but they will be furnished free to persons who can use such special- i;
ized information as long as the supply lasts.
Western Sneezeweed (Helenium Hoopesii) as a Poisonous Plant. By C. Dwight Marsh, Physiologist
in Charge of Investigations of Stock Poisoning by Plants, A. B. Clawson, Physiologist, James F. Couch:
Pharmacological Chemist, and Hadleigh Marsh, Veterinary Inspector. Pp. 46, pls. 2, figs. 5. Con-
tribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. (Professional Paper.) Oct. 11, 1921. (Department
Bulletin947.) Price, 10cents.
A description of the weed and its effect upon stock when eaten. Of interest to western stockalisers.
Standard and Tentative Methods of Sampling and Testing Highway Materials. Recommended
by the Second Conference of State Highway Testing Engineers and Chemists held at Washington, D. C.,
February 23 to 27, 1920. Pp. 98, figs. 37. Contribution from the Office of Public Roads. Oct. 10,1921.
(Department Bulletin 949.) Price, 25 cents.
A technical publication of interest to Engineers and Chemists'generally.
Experiments and Suggestions for the Control of the Codling Moth in the Grand Valley of Colorado. i
By E. H. Siegler, Entomologist, and H. K. Plank, Scientific Assistant, Fruit Insect Investigations, Iin
cooperation with the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 38, pis. 2. Contribution from
the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) Oct. 8, 1921. (Department Bulletin 959.) Price,
Of interest to fruit growers in the Grand Valley of Colorado. ::
Control of the Argentine Ant in California Citrus Orchards. By R. S. Woglum, Entomologist, and
A. D. Borden, Scientific Assistant, Fruit Insect Investigations. Pp. 43, figs. 21. Contributionfrom .
the Bureau of Entomology. Oct. 18, 1921. (Department Bulletin 965.) Price, 0Ocents.
Of interest to citrus fruit growers generally.
Results of Work on Blister Beetles in Kansas. By F. B. Milliken, Scientific Assistant, Truek-Gropt
Insect Investigations. Pp. 26, figs.22. Contribution from the Bureau ol Entomology. (Professional-
Paper.) Oct. 14, 1921. (Department Bulletin 967.) Price, 10cents. .
Describes this insect, its economic importance, and suggests control measures..
The Mexican Whorled Milkweed (Asclepias Mexicana) as a Poisonous. Plant. By C. Dwight Marsh..
Physiologist in Charge of Investigations of Stock Poisoning by Plants, and A. B. Clawson, Physiologist,
Pathological Division. Pp. 16, pls. 2, fig. L Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. .
(Professional Paper.) Oct. 6, 1921. (Department Bulletin 969.) Price, 5 cents. ..A
Describes a plant poisonous to stock, and the effects produced when eaten... .
Directions for Blueberry Culture, 1921. By Frederick V. Coville, Botanist. Pp. 24, pls. 29. Con-. '
tribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) Oct. 15, 1921. (Department :.
Bulletin 974.) Price, 30 cents. :.
A revision of Department Bulletin 334, and suitable for general distribution.
Marketing Hay at Country Points. By H. B. McClure, Specialist in Marketing Hay, and G. A. Collifr,
Investigator in Marketing Hay. Pp. 27, fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Markets and Cop '
Estimates. Oct. IS, 1921. (Department Bulletin 977). Price, 5 cents.
Of interest to persons engaged in growing and marketing hay and to dealers in feed stuff.
Marketing Hay Through Terminal Markets. By G. A. Collier, Investigator in Hay Marketing, and .
H. B. McClure, Specialist in Hay Marketing. Pp. 52, figs. 6. Contribution from the Bureau of Mrkets'
and Crop Estimates. Oct. 22, 1921. (Department Bulletin 979.) Price, 10 cents.
Of interest to growers of hay and to dealers in feed stuffs.
Pine-Oil and Pine-Distillate Product Emulsions: Method of Production, Chemical Properties ::
and Disinfectant Action. By L. P. Shippen, Bacteriologist, and E. L. Griffin, Assistant Chemist,
Insecticide and Fungicide Laboratory, Miscellaneous Division, Bureau of Chemistry. Pp. 16. Con- .
tribution from the Bureau of Chemistry and the Insecticide and Fungicide Board. Oct. 7, 1921.
(Department Bulletin 989.) Price, 5 cents.
A technical publication of interest to Chemists generally.
Preliminary Manufacturing Tests of the Official Cotton Standards of the United States for Coao- "
for Upland Tinged and Stained Co tton. By W. R. Meadows, Cotton Technologist, and W. G. Blar,' i
Specialist in Cotton Testing. Pp. 12. Contribution from the Bureau of Markets and Crop Estimates. .:
(Professional Paper.) Oct. 20, 1921. (Department Bulletin 990.) Price, 5 cents.
Of interest to manufacturers of cotton goods. .
Crop Rotation and Cultural Methods at Edgeley, North Dakota. By John S. Cole, Agriculturiat,
Office of Dry-Land Agriculture Investigations. Pp. 24, figs. 4. Contribution from the Bureau of PlAnt
Industry. Oct. 17, 1921. (Depattment Bulletin 991.) Price, 5 cents.
Of interest to dry-land farmers near the humid areas.
The Composition of California Lemons. By E. M. Chace,chemist in charge, and C. P. Wilson and C. 0G ..;iI
Church, assistant chemists, Laboratory of Fruit and Vegetable Chemistry. Pp. 18, figs. 2. Contribatiin '..i
from the Bureau of Chemistry. Oct. 15, 1921. (Department Bulletin 993.) Price, 5 cents.. "
Of interest to lemon growers and to manufacturers oi lemon by-products.
The Beet Sugar Industry in the United States in 1920. By C. O. Townsend, Pathologist in ChaCmges
Office of Sugar-Plant Investigations. Pp. 58, pls. 10. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant IBduatty'..
Oct. 14,1921. (DepartmentBulletln995.)
A discussion of the beet-sugar industry in all its phases, together with a list of beet-sugar millasi th..e
UInited States. .
Flushing and Other Means of Increasing Lamb Yields. By F. R. Marshall and C. G. Pott~ Abi:id:....:
Husbandry Division. Pp. 14. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. Oct. MI.
(DepartmentBulletin 996.) Price, Scents.
Of interest to live stock owners generally..
Forest Experiment Stations. By Earle H. Clapp, Assistant Forester, Forest Service. Pp. 34, S.g...
October, 1921. (Circular 183, Office ofthe Secretary.) Price, 10 cents.
Describes the location, work, and need of Forest Experiment Stations. .
The Home Garden for Club Members. By Glen Briggs, Agronomist amd Horticulturist. Pp 15,p ::i
Oct. 15, 1921. (Extension Circular No. 2, Guam Agricultural Experiment Station.)
Prepared 4or distribution among members of boys and girls clubs in the Island of GOatia o ply ii% : .II
available for distribution by the Department. .: ..
Status and Results of Home Demonstration Work, Northern and Western States, 192 By ]Flelai l?,;:.:::
E. Ward, In Charge Extension Work With Women. Pp. 30, figs. 6. Contribution from ti heat i '
Relations Service. 1921. (Department Circular 17&) Price, cents. ..
Statutand Results of County Agent Work, Northern and Western States, 1920. By W. A. Lloyd, Tn
Charge County Agent Work. Pp. 36, figs. 9. Contribution from the States Relations Service. Sept.,
/ 1921. (Department Circular179.) Price, cents.
S Handbook for Campers In the National Forests in California. Pp. 48. Contribution from the Forest
Service. September, 1921. (Department Circular 185.) Price, 5 cents.
Fulghum Oats. By T. R. Stanton, Agronomist in Oat Investigations, Office of Cereal Investigations.
Pp. 11, figs. 2. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. September, 1921. (Department
Circular 93) Price, 5 cents.
luaed Wheat. By J. Allen Clark, Agronomist in Charge of Western Wheat Investigations, Bureau of
Plant Industry, and S. C. almon, in Charge of Farm-Crop Production, Kansas Agricultural Experiment
Station. Pp. 13fgs.3. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. September, 1921. (Depart-
meat Circular 194.) Price, 5 cents.
Describes anew hard red winter wheat recommended for the hard, winter red wheat belt, particularly
Kn. r as and Nebraska.
Directory of Officials and Organizations Concerned with the Protection of Birds and Game, 1921,
S .Pp.20. Contributionfrom the Bureau of Biblogical Survey. Oct. 18, 1921. (Department Circular 196.)
S" Price, 5 cents.
M monthly List of Publications. Announcement of the publications issued by the Department of Agri-
S culture. Sent regularly without charge to all who apply for it.
S Jarnal of Agricultural Research. (Forsale only.) Vol. 22, No. October 1, 1921. Contents: Occur-
rence of Qercetinin Emerson's Brown-Husked Type of Maize. (G-244.) By Charles E. Sando and
H. H. Bartlett.-Biological Analysis of the Seed of the Georgia Velvet Bean, Stilzolobium deeringianum.
(Ark-1.) By Barnett Sure and J. W. Read.-Effect of Soil Temperature upon the Development of
Nodules on the Roots of Certain Legumes. (G-245.) By Fred Reuel Jones and W. B. Tisdale.-Influ-
ence of the Period of Transplanting Western White Pine Seedlings upon Their Behavior in Nursery
abd Plantation. (F-6.) By E. C. Rogers.-A Dryrot Canker of Sugar Beets. (Utah-14.) By B. L.
Richards. Pp. 1-52, pls. 9, fgs. 26. Price, 15 cents.
game. Vol. 22, No. 2, October 8, 1921. Contents: Comparative Vigor of F, Wheat Crosses and Their
:.. oParents. (Minn.-43.) By Fred Griffee.-Temperature and Humidity Studies of some Fusaria Rots
of the Irish Potato. (Nebr.-3.) By R. W. Goss.-Black-leg Potato Tuber-Rot under Irrigation.
S (-246.) By M. Shapovalov and H. A. Edson.- Microscopic Study of Bacteria in Cheese. (N. Y.
Geneva-6.) By G. J. Hucker.-Further Studies on Relation of Sulphates to Plant Growth and Com-
Sposition. (Oreg.-7.) By Harry G. Miller.-Soybean Mosaic. (Ind.-10.) By Max W. Gardner and
iames B. Kendrick. Pp. 53-114, pis. 10. Price, 15 cents.
Same, Vol. 22, No. 3, October 15, 1921. Contents: Influence of the Plane of Nutrition on the Maintenance
Requirement of Cattle. (Mo.-5.) By F. B. Mumford, A. G. Hogan, and W. D. Salmon.-Turnip
Mosaic. (Ind.-ll.) By Max W. Gardner and James B. Kendrick.-Hydrocyanic Acid in Sudan Grass.
(Kans.-27.) By C. O. Swanson.-Nutrient Requirements of Growing Chicks: Nutritive Deficiencies
of Corn. (Nebr.-4.) By F. E. Mussehl, J. W. Calvin, D. L. Halbersieben, and R. M. Sandsucdt.-
Aecial Stage of the Orange Leafrust of Wheat, Puccinia triticina Eriks. iG-247.1 By H. b. Jackson
and E. B Mains.-A Transmissible Mosaic Disease of Chinese Cabbage, Mustard, and Turnip. (G-248.)
S By E. S. Schultz. Pp. 115-178, pls. 4, figs. II. Price, 15 cents.
S NoM .-Volumes I to 4 of the Journal of Agricultural Research were published rronthly, volumes
5 to 16 weekly, volume 17 monthly, volumes 18, 19, 20, and 21 semimonthly. Beginning with volume22,
thisissue is weekly. The Journalis distributed free oMly to the libraries oi agricultural collegesand experi-
ment stations, to large universities, technical schools and such institutions as r.ake suitallt exchanges
with the department. It will not be sent free to individuals. The Superintendent of Documents will
receive subscriptions for this publication, the price being 15 cents a single copy, 13 a year for domestic
circulation, and $4.25 a year for foreign circulation.
Experiment Station Record. Vol. 45, No. 2, August, 1921. E. W. Allen, Ph. D., Editor. Pp. 101-200.
Bame, Vol. 45, No.3. Abstract Number. Pp. 201-300. Oct. 17, 1921. Price, 10cents.
Same, Vol.45, No. 4, September, 1921. Pp. 301-400. Price, 10cents.
gaNoTE.-The Record is a technical review of the world's scientific literature pertaining toagricul-
ture. It is not intended for general distribution and its free distribution is restricted to persons connected
with tlieagriculturl colleges, experiment stations, and similarinstitutions, and to libraries and exchanges.
It can not be sent free to individuals having no official connection with public institutions. The Super-
intendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, which is issued in t wo volumes
a year, 10 numbers each, at 75 cents a volume.
The Monthly Crop Reporter. Vol. 7, No. 10, October, 1921. Pp. 121-132. (Bureau of Markets and
Contains data relating to agriculture, including estimates of acreage, conditions, yields, prices, and
value of crops and live stock.
ANNOUNCEMENT. Because of the small fund available for printing, it has been found necessary
to drop from the mailing list of the Monthly Crop Reporter all names of persons who are not
actively cooperating with the United States Department of Agriculture. Persons whose names
are dropped may subscribe for this publication, through the Superintendent of Documents, Wash-
Ington, D. C., at the domestic rate of 25 cents per year, and 40 cents per year to foreign address,
S payable only by postal money order or cash. No checks accepted.
The Market Reporter. Vol. 4, Nos. 14-18, inclusive, October, 1921. (Bureau of Markets and Crop
Estimates.) For free distribution to applicants who show the need for it and give the general nature
of their businessor occupation in connection with which this publication will be used.
Weekly News Letter.
Contains a weekly summary in popular form of fte more important practical discoveries and recom-
me actions of all bureaus of the department. Ffe list confined to department employees, official
Scooperators, and the press. May be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Praiting Office, for 50 cents a year.
I 4 Al requests for soil surveys are referred to the Btlreau of Soils for attention, the distribution of same
beingeontrolled by that bureau.
sonl Sarwey of Adair County, Iowa. By Clarence Iounsbury, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture,
and T. .Benton, and P. C. Wieehmann, of the o1 a Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 25, fig. 1,
S ap. ('From PF. 0. Soils, 1919.) Price, 15 cents.
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Sol Survey of Marshall County, Iowa. By A.&P.Meyer, of the U: 8.T ilen.to
1. Angell, of the Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 35, fi.rg p. i1j ,
- Price, 15 cents. O 5
Soll Survey of Palo Alto County, Iowa. By A. M. O'Neal, jr., and ; E
Department of Agriculture, and F. M. Russell, C. E. Watts, and G. H. Art1is.
Experiment Station. Pp.36, fig. 1, map. (From F. 0. Soils, 1918) ljPrice, 15aets
SollSurvey of Polk County, Iowa. By E. H Smies, of the U. S. Department of Agrit d i)
E. Corson, and Charles J. Meister, of the Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station. = Pi i ;i
(From F. O. Soils, 1918.) Price, 20cents.
Soil Survey of Chariton County, Missouri. By W. I. Watkins and C. E. Deardorf, ofthe '.i
ment of Agriculture, and H. H. Krusakopf and W.De Young, ofthe'University of Mi1pUni,
map. (From F. O. Soils, 1918) Price, 15cents.
Soil Survey of Banner County, Nebraska. By A. Hayes, of the United states Dept
culture, and H. L. Bedell of the Nebraska Soil Survey. Pp. 62, fig. 1, map. (From O*. ..tB
Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Bowie County, Texas. By L. L. R. Schoenmann, W. I. Watkins, k. LJ.'
liam T. Carter, jr., and M. W. Beck, of the U. .Department of Agriculture, and T. H. 0.
Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 62,fig. 1, map. (From F. 0. Soils,1 91) Pri
Soil Survey of Freestone County, Texs. By H.W. Hawker and F. A. Hayes and .T. F, lto
Gearreald, of the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 58, fig. 1, map. (From F. b.a.1 a
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Bureau of AnimalIndustry. No.173, pp. 87-96. Oct. 20,1921. Price, centss'
Bureau of Chemistry. Supplement 118. (Notices of Judgments, 9351-9400). Pp. 2Ppi- ..
Same. Supplement 119. (Notices of Judgments,9401-9450). Pp.293-330. Oct. 4,3931, .Pricei
Same. Supplement 120. (Notices ofJudgments,9451-9500.) Pp.331-361. Oct. ,1921. e,
Insecticide and Fungicide Board. No. 36. Pp. 85-866. Oct. 19, 1921. Price, 5 cents.
Bureau of Markets and Crop Estimates. No. 70. State bureaus of markets, includingdivioEi
agencies doing marketing work. Pp. 12. October, 1921. Price, 5 cents.
Speaking of the Weather. By J. Warren Smith, Weather Bureau. Pp. 23. I. (Bap"at :
book, 1920.) Price, cents.
Killing Boll Weevils With Poison Dust. By B. R. Coad, Bureau of Entomology. Pp. 12,11. -
842, Yearbook, 1920.) Price, 5 cents.
Getting Our Potash. By William H. Ross, Bureau of Soils. Pp.14,11. (Separate 851, Yoferbo
Price, 5 cents.
Flowering and Fruiting of Plants as Controlled by the Length of Day. By W. W. G "
A. Alard, Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 24, i. (Separate 852, Yearbook, 1920.) Pri"e'
Uses of the Soil Survey. By Charles 1. Beaton, Bureau of Soils. (Separate 854, Y e
Price, 5 cents.
Death to the Rodents. By W. B. Bell, Bureau of Biological Survey. Pp. 18, il. (Separatie
book, 1920.) Price. 5 cents.
Putting Wood Waste to Work. By Samuel T. Dana, Forest Service. Pp. 24,11. (Beparaitel
book, 1920.) Price, 5 cents.
The Farmers' Interest In Foreign Markets. By E. G. Montgomery and C. L. l
Markets. Pp. 8, il. (Separate 860, Yearbook, 1920.) Price, 5 cents.
PUBLICATIONS OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only from the Chieff 'of ti
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Monthly Weather Review. Vol. 49, No. 7. July, 1921. 379-433, figs. 17,ltjs:IO10.
copy, $1.50 a year. Payable to the Superintendent of Documents.
Special Articles: Improved gages for precipitation. By S. P. Fergussahn.-A.t
followed by a warm summer. By A. J. Henry.-The earth's wind-belts as flot6ti'
W. C. Bonacina.-Climate and vegetation of the high Pamir. By O. Olufesn.-Ol-Qbt1 '
By J. C. Alter.--Concerning a graphical device for pressure redaction. By C. L.
smoke fogs. By J. S. Owens.-Remarkable aurora of May 14-15, 1921. By ... LyUg
Same, Vol. 49, No. S. August, 1921. Pp. 435-479, figs. 20, charts 11. Price, 15.ent
Payable to the Superintendent of Documents.. .'.
Special Articles: Excessive Precipitation in Arkansas. By H. S.Cole.-Relation.
intensity of precipitation. By J. W. Alvord.--Soucesoftwo.unusalriinfalrecoz dsB'
Early records of tropical hurricanes on the Texascoastin thevicinityof Galveston:
Systematic corrections to the Calama, Chile, solarconstant values. ByC. G. Abbt
on free-air temperature at Drexel and Ellendale daring the warm summer of 121 p
National Weather and Crop and Snow and Ice Bulletin. Nos. 40, 41, 428,,,
ing weather and crop conditions throughout the United States.. Issued weeikly..
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