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4 States Departaent of Agriculture
AUGUST, 1929

9. rejittances to the U. S. Department of Agriculture
lsted'lierei, those otherwise noted, may be obtained free upon
flWited States Departfent qf Agricuture. Washington, D. C., as long as the depart-
,tmali Is exhausted, publiFations may still be obtained from the Superintendent
int ti~ng Office, Washington, D. C, but by purchase only, and at the prices
*0I jjtucus to the Sugerintendent of Documents direct. His office is not a part of the

In neatechnical language a wide variety of subjects pertaining to the farm and

A' eabse. By C. DWight Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Bureau of
., 'nd W W., Eggleston, Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 26,
Bulletin 1054 F., Revised.) Price, 5..
Ilistaties lth co weed and various related plants, and gives symptoms of loco
iih:. iBndation for treating looked animals and for destroying the weeds.
: t "fatd, grasses. By C. V. Piper, Bureau of Plant Industry.
:it (Fanner.' Bulletin 1254 F., Revised.) Price, 50.
alit"regions of adapatitlon, and gives botanical descriptions for 21 important
S Peiasgl t, ninbO of seed per pound, and rate ofseeding are also included.
ii try. By George M. Warren, Bureau of Public Roads. Pp. 29,
.. .~e. .lti 1572 F.) Price, 5.
'.oneerning the location and construction of water-tight cellars and the best
i ApfhrPflag methods... Good materials and thorough workmanship are em-
State. By T. R. Stanton and F. A. Coffman, Bureau
IF .28, figs. 20. (Farmers' Bulletin 1581 F.) Price, 54.
...i iot't t~n en oat culture and varieties, and on obemidal seed treatments to pre-
,MrS^l^^distributih. of 1919 acreage of the qgven leading varieties.
i. b eti s, carrots, and; turnips for market. By William E.
E r o~ .A. i. tural Economics. Pp. 22, figs. 19. (Farmers'
ti gading, packing, loading, and refrigerating bunched beets, carrots,
sful ers. Of interest to growers, packers, jobbers, and retailers.
eaJe;iuiuon grass for hay and pasturage. By H. N. Vinall,
I u' n try, and aI. A. Crosby, Bureau of Agricultural Eco-
i4gtr' e(Farmers' Bulletin 1597 F.) Price, 54.
distriPtibton of Johnkon grass, with recommendations covering the various
tit from it.
mateoRl of the same general character as that carried by the Farmers' Bul-
I staafi apd-to.specific practical directions, recommendations, remedies,
ii gl4 conte, written in informal, popular style, and are limited to eight
A : sThos. E. Snyder, Bureau of Entomology. Pp. 5,
it Piriteei, 50.,
*ItWS~lence of termites, how to build so they can't get in, and how to get them
Sth are already in.
*'i lei 52 F)Pie

b, ng. 1. (Lealet 40 t.) rnce, p. ............
Describes the plant and the cultural method of killing it on enltibated, langivr lg
chemical eradication, and tells how to eliminate the garlic fla in in milk. ..
Farm grain storage. By E. G. Boerner, Bureau of Agr"i ltur al'dIco i
Betts and T. A. H. Miller, Bureau of Public Roads. Pp. 8, iAgs.
46 L.) Price, 5.
Bets forth the many advantages derived from farm grain storage and.s getMi4tougeso 0f
capacities and construction, with Illustrations.
. Cotton-louse control. By B. R. Coad, J. W. Folsom, and R. C. Gaines,
Sof Entomology. Pp. 4, fig. 1. (Leaflet 53 L.) Price, 5.
Intended primarily for the use of cotton planters who wish to control the cotton louse. The-
tells what insecticide to use, how to prepare it, and how to use it.
The Department Bulletins are technical or scientific in nature and apply to a I]icial crop, idu
locality. This series ends with No. 1500, and is succeeded by the Technical Bulletin series. The
are limited.
The gluing of wood. By T. R. Truax, Forest Service. Pp. 78, figs 18. (
apartment Bulletin 1500 D.) Price, 25t.
Brings together essential information about glues and gluing, sets forth importanE
control in the gluing operation, and outlines metlibd that have been found to give saiat y.
The Technical Bulletins contain the results of scientific and research work applying tb
industry, or locality. The editions are limited, as they are intended primarily for scientif'cfl
subject-matter specialists. .
Tobacco cutworms. By S. E. Crumb, Bureau of Entomology. Pp. 80,
19, pls. 9. (Technical Bulletin 88 T.) Price, 35t. :
Describes the cutworms at the various stages of their existence, records observations made oew
important groups, and discusses natural and, artificial methods of control. i
This series carries the less technical and more informal material of the same general natiur as 'td'
the Technical Bulletin series. .
Varietal standardization of sorgo and the selection of seed. By H. B.
Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 23, figs. 16. (Circular 52 C.) Price, 10*.
Intended primarily for growers of sorgo for sirup-making purposes and for seedsmen whoBi. .i po
seed to encourage uniformity in trade practice with reference to the nomenclature of sorge varieties.,i '
Cyanamidits uses as a fertilizer material. By F. E. Allison, Bureau of Chenti
try and Soils. Pp. 12, figs. 8. (Circular 64 C.) Price, 5. .
Explains the manufacture of cyanamid, describes its properties and uses, both alone and in attin
fertilizers, and compares fertilizer practices in Europe with thpse of the United States. .. : J
Azaleas and rhododendrons from seed. By B.: Y. Morrison, Bureau ~~ itof Pl
Industry. Pp. 8, figs. 3. (Circular 68 C.) Price, 50. .k.
Intended to provide simple directions for both amateur gardeners and nurserymen who might iish
to raise azaleas and rhododendrons from seed, without the ise of a heated greenhouse.
Heat and time of exposure necessary to kill larvae of the European a tco b
in ear corn. By George W. Barber, Bureau of Entomology. Pp. 141 figs.
(Circular 71 C.) Price; 50. ..i .
Discusses heating apparatus used. factors influencing the results of thft heatig tS, and tie efeN w
heating on the germination of the kernels and subsequent growth of the plant.: : .
Financial settlements of defaulting irrigation enterprises. By Wells A.. H
china, Bureau of Public Roads. 'Pp. 46. (Circular 72 C.) Price., I :
Discisses the character of settlements that have been aiffeted and presents in detail a nuzldmob
typical settlements that have been made or that are now in process of adjustment. ,
Chemical injury to watermelons in transit. By W. W. Gilbert, Bureau of ~Pl
Industry, and F. C. Meier, Office of Cooperative Extensidn Work; .P
figs. 8. (Circular 74 C.) Price, 50. :
Aw investigation of reports received from various railroad companies and shippers., Ofintebsi~nti
Middle Atlantic, Southern, Middle Western States, and Iow.a Kansas, Colorado, and Califofni ."a ::i
The true criAket-A serious cotton pest in California. By E. A. McG4ri
Bureau of Entomology. Pp. 8. (Circular 75 C.) Price, 5F. '
Primarily for cotton farmers in California. The discussion covers the life history, habits, andd.aBms
caused by the insect, together with suggestions for control... ,..
Farmers' cooperative associations in the United States, 1029. By Ci::i
Chistensen, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Pp. 66, figs. 8. ((Circ
94U .) Price, 15. .
SDiscusses in detail the cooperative marketing of variouss giricfsltural apodtets TBh anseIl
marketing the latter are mentioned with a brief outline of the history s .rganisatid a :

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S.'.bi.b." u u i ftpbidations of a miscellaneous nature which do not fall within any of the other
=l 1aF'i Hjialrtii eat, particularly those of a size other than octavo. Such publications were
le~~seeh eope as Circulars.
~5i strgth of North American woods. By H. S. Betts, Forest Service. Pp. 18.
:' e:'F i*-Publieation 46 M.) Price, 50.
ri........ t vSf i tabtir tnma the various properties, including weight, shrinkage, bending and compression
atStfili'W; hsdness, shock resisting ability, etc., of 129 different woods grown in the U. S.
l', i%:R tstaek 'review for '1928. By H. M. Conway, Bureau of Agricultural
ull'^;. omics. Pp. 36, figs. 7. (Miscellaneous Publication 54 M.) Price, 10.
iieii";..'" 6 tin addition to a general summary, detailed information concerning market supplies, prices,
i.den. .4and outlook for each branch of th. livestock industry.
; :t ioeS of ju.lgm ent, decisions, and instructions as are necessary in the enforcement of regulatory
etainei these announcements. They are issued monthly or as necessary by certain bureaus.
: dlflM o is limited to persons in the employ of the department, to public officials whose duties render
,;.ft :iCssary for them to have such information, to journals especially concerned, and to manufacturers
Am.nd'firms whose business is affected by the announcements.
JlT f% ekttion, instructions, rulings, etc., concerning the work of the Bureau of
A al Industry. B. A. I. S. R. A. No. 266, June. Pp. 53-60. August, 1929.
A:. I. S. R. A. No. 267, July. Pp 61-68. August, 1929.
:. fces of Judgment under the food and drugs act. Compiled by the Food,
rug, and Insecticide Administration. Pp. 107-119. August, 1929. (N. J.,
I. 16176-16200.)
, ilt: esa of Judgment under the insecticide act. Compiled by the Food, Drug,
a id I'nsecticide Administration. Pp. 43-53. August, 1929. (N. J., I. F.
M itEliqation of nursery stock, plant, and seed quarantine regulations. Amend-
i ment No. 1 of revised rules and regulations supplemental to Notice of Quaran-
tiie -No.-37. P. 1. August 1, 1929. (Plant Quarantine and Control Ad-
;:' ministration, Quarantine No. 37.)
S",Itended primarily for plant importers. Investigation has shown that satisfactory stocks of the
f ruits specified can be produced in this country.
i.:otqe: of permit requirement for entry of chestnuts and acorns from foreign
cr!.4oI tries. Compiled by Plant Quarantine and Control Administration.
,'. ';.'.: August, 1929. (Service and Regulatory Announcement, Plant Quaran-
SiI,:'''eand Control Administration.)
Srepots .onsist of two parts: (1) A soil map in colors showing the extent and distribution of the
Atilitp the area covered by the survey; and (2) a printed report containing brief descriptions of the
1 cljp3tesand agriculture, and detailed descriptions of the soils. They are of interest and value
ly to'residents of the area surveyed and to soil specialists.
.Si Survey of Monroe County, Wisconsin. By W. J. Geib, A. C. Anderson,
ItM.'i:,iJ. Edwards, and E. H. Bailey, U. S. Department of Agriculture; and
,p 'iIeer Chapman, Robert Bartholomew, and O. L. Stockstad, Wisconsin Geo-
iiand'Natural'History Survey. Pp. 1315-1373, fig. 1, map. Series, 1923,
| ,'40. 1929. Price, 250.
Survey of Muskegon County, Michigan. By L. C. Wheeting and A. E.
thews, Michigian Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 25, fig. 1, map.
ies 1924, No. 22. 1929. Price, 15g.
'survey of Pierce County, Wisconsin. By W. J. Geib, in charge, M. J.
airds and E,. H. Templin, U. S. Department of Agriculture, and H. R.
~hop, Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey. Pp. 1471-1504,
t041lap.... Series, 1923, No. 43. 1929. Price, 200.
b0v19'of Summers County, West Virginia. By J. A. Kerr. Pp. 31, fig. 1,
p& ies, 1924, No. 21. 1929. Price, 150.

| TURAL SITUATION. Vol. 13, No. 8, Pp. 24. August 1, 1929. Price St.
padge 'publication issued monthly by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics contains a brief
ma of current conditions, including pertinent statistics relating to production, movement,
gind prices of the.important farm products. Free distribution is limited to department
Hte.pllege workers, cooperators libraries, and the press. The subscription price is 255 a year,
.. e. .reign; payable to the tuperimtendent of Documents, Government Printing Ofice,

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CLIP SHEET. Nos. 579-587. Ajbgitf4, iLt2;ft, i ~ ." : !,.::, "
.The Clip Sheet is made up of short.interesting etoies, ompntaim g the _e a"Is
new ideas and discoveries in the field of agroulturea j4de isebire Jol l. a
papers and other interested publications and to writers. There isno bsoEWtmiB i
CROPS. AND MARKETS. VoL 6, No...7. july; 1929. .: ,, .., ..
Statistics concerning crops and livestock estimates and mat fiormatinr
publication. It contains reports on supplies, stocks, com er move
cultural products covered in the work of marketing and' rapiestimatgng,
both foreign and domestic. Free distribution is restricted to those who oollab h i
The subscription price is 606 a year, domestic; 85$ a year, foreign; payoblA.o *e
nents; Gdvernment Printing Office, Wahington, D. C.:
Edition I contains forecasts for all States east of the Missisllipi River exidpthilnoti,
and Michigan. Editions issued at Washington, D. C., are 25 a month, $2.50 yar i
forecasts for the entire United States. The subsciption prie i 30a i a month, year N.
furnished in quantities unless the order is placed with the Superintendent of Docummnts ln
Maps DD, E, and CM, showing the weather condition and forecasts, are'iae
throughout the United States; 200 a month. $2 a year; payable to the SuperintendedIo
eminent Printing Office, Washington, D. C. "
EXPERIMENT STATION RECORD. Vol. 61, No. 1.' July, 1929. P ..Tie: i0.. j;.: .
The Experiment Station Record,is a technical review of the world's scientificlitae
siriculture, each volume containing about 3,500 Abstracts of current reseacira;h. '
stricted mainly to workers in agricultural colleges and experiment stationsand similar mi
and exchanges. It is issued in two volumes a year, of 1~ numbers, each. TheBnu)ari&d
volume, domestic; $1.25 a volume, foreign; payable to the Snpeintndent' of )Do6m .2
Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 1 :. .. .,
FOREST WORKER. Vol. 5, No. 4. July, 1929. ... .;:
The Forest Worker contains news of State forestry, forestry education and .tisanmif "'c
and the work of the Forest Service. DistributioA is free to certain Government oflfi a nl4(
nations. The subscription price is 25' a year, domestic; 3'5 a year, foreign, payMilWth. u
of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. : *.
JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH. Vol. 39, No. 3. August 1, 1929. 4 ...
CONTENTs: A study of decay -in citrus fruits produced by inoculations with ko
different constant temperatures.-(Calif.-51). Giulio Savatanmo and Howard, .'sTa
Cotton root-rot investigations in Arizona.-(G-678). C. J. King and H. F.'Lo is. '
Grain losses in feeding corn silage to dairy cows.-(Okla.-14). R. B Beckek and WHili*f:
Vol. 39, No. 4. August 15, 1929. 20$. ',
CowENTq: Influence of atmospheric and soil moisture upon seed setting in red clover.-
Aerial crown gall of the apple.-(G-685). E. A. Siegler and R. B. Pip. : : *... ..
Some factors involved in the winterkilling of alfalfa.-(G0-686). J.L .Weimer."
Relation of temperature of fermentation to quality of sauerkraut.-(Wis.-M)., 'E.. .
Peterson, E. B. Fred, and W. E. Vaughn. *,
Comparative value of the size of PhytophA ora sporangq obtained under *ta.da:rda..
Va.-6). Leon H. Leonian and Herbert L. Geer.
The Journal of Agricultural Research is of primary interest to agricultural scientists
students only. Free distribution is limited to certain libraries institutions or
research work. The Superintendent of Documents will receive subscripti6is fr: tlit -
year, domestic; $5.25 a year, foreign. It is issued in 2 voliumesl year, hr 12 number each
the Journal is reprinted as a "separate." The number of reprints or separate ifsliti1ted'
tribute free to those desiring them as long as the supply lasts. .
MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW. Vol. 6, 1928, Index. Pp. xi. .Pice, l, 5 ': *.
This publication contains (1) meteorological contributions and bibliography, (2) na In
mary and charts of the weather of the month in the United States, 'ad on adj"ageut
matological tables dealing with the weather of the month. The subscription ri
$2.25 a year, foreign; payable to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Pr g
ington, D. C. -
PUBLIC ROADS.. Vol. 10, No. 5. Pp. 85-100. Ju1i 9SB. Pri;e,106. .0.. '
The results of investigations relating to the physical and,. e i problems of ro
dueted by the Bureau of Public Roads and contributors outside a.e bureau pre m
builders through this medium. Free distribution is restricted to State and'r coitt
engaged in planning or constructing public highways, instructorsn .highway t'
calls upon an exchange basis. The subscription price is $1 year, domestic; $1l
able to the Superintendent of Documents, Government PrintingOffice, W.sbu i ,
THE OFFICIAL RECORD. Vol. 8, Nos. 31-35. August 1, 8, 15, 2229, 1929. :: .'
This 8-page weekly publication contains official orders and Biscellaneous in
activities of the department, and such other matter as should be to n
and others who have to do with the department's work The free list 's :eod
ployees, official cooperators, and the press. It may be purchased from the- Si
Government Printng Office, for 500 a year.
A weekly outlook for the various zones, prepared at and distributed from.the folowing
of the Weather Bureau: Washington D. C., New Orleans, La,, Chicago. It*, 3Pt
Francisco, Calif. Limited edition. Not for general distribution., .. .:, '
Thisaublication gives detailed weather conditions of preceding weeks and thei bt
of crops and farm operations. In addition, it shows the varition of em rtili
mal week, total rainfall for the season in comparison *with normal, aind d' qe'saiu
cloudiness. The price is 650 a year,-payable to the Superintendent of Donaumite.
Office, Washington, D. O.