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S MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS1
i end no remittances to the U. S. Department of Agriculture
e lut of the publications listed herein, except those otherwise noted, may be obtained
a ea tion to the United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., as
S*epmrtments supply lasts.
dideFrtiefns supply is exhausted, publications may still be obtained from the Super-
fl::i Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., but by purchase only,
lshes stated herein.
ill n iltandes to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office is not a part
: rtmeat of Arkiculture.
qi. 4 .preservation of plant material for use in the study of agriculture.
Bureau of Plant Industry, and C. H. Lane, Office of Experiment
24 p., figs. 13. (Farmers' Bulletin 586 F., Revised.) Price, 50.
t' disease. John R. Mohler, Bureau of Animal Industry. 14 p.,
(:ft!rmerts' Balltin 666 F., Revised.) Price, 50.
i.uletins 1001-1500. Index. Compiled by Mabel G. Hunt, Office of
tl .o. 371 p. Price, 50W.
ant moth. E. A. Back, Bureau of Entolomogy. 18 p., figs. 16.
a tf letin 1156 F., Revised.) Price, 50.
i. a poison sumac and their eradication. C. V. Grant and A. A. Hansen,
t lfOE in^ t Industry. 14 p., figs. 16. (Farmers' Bulletin 1116 F., Re-
and, parasitic diseases of sheep. Maurice C. Hall, Bureau of Animal In-
a:' I. p. fIgs. 0. (Farmers' Bulletin 1330 F., Revised.) Price, 100.
dt cits fruits in the Gulf States. E. D. Vosbury and T. Ralph Robinson,
0'* Pllait Industry. 45 p., figs. 14. (Farmers' Bulletin 1343 F., Re-
id goaisebories: Their culture and relation to white-pine blister rust.
D jrrow and S. B. Detwiler, Bureau of Plant Industry. With con-
byiethmirs. 48 p., figs. 27. (Farmers' Bulletin 1398 F., Revised.)
t L.' tsph and stamps. George R. Boyd, Bureau of Public Roads.
lk. (Famers' Balletin 1526 F., Revised.) Price, 10t.
con production in Pennsylvania. Otto Olson, Bureau of Plant Industry.
g!M| 10. (Farmers' Bulletin 1580 F. Price, 50.
idoitfrtctio'n on the farm. Prepared by the Bureaus of Chemistry
Pblio Roads, and Agricultural Economics, in cooperation with the
i.fltt Protection Association. 22 p., figs. 12. (Farmers' Bulletin
.trees and shrubs. Furman Lloyd Mulford, Bureau of Plant Indus-
lft.i,'. 31 (farmers' Bulletin 1591 F.) Price, 100.
Wlu'arli. eyand its control. By James G. Dickson, Bureau of Plant
ad Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment. Station, and E. B. Mains,
.I..t.l .:ldusty and Purdue University Agricultural Experiment
.l .ii .-..10. ( Parmers' Bul'etin 1599 F.) Price, 54.
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statuCes. ranK I. Narnsnaw ana xrranx u. crimes, bureau or miotog~i
Survey. 46 p. (Farmers' Bulletin 1616 F.) Price, 50.
This series carries popular material of the same general character as that carried 1
the Farmers' Bulletins, except that the leaflets are confined to specific practical direetiea
recommendations, remedies, and methods. They are brief and concise, written Ia i
formal, popular style, and are limited to eight pages.
Trichinosis: A disease caused by eating pork. By Benjamin Schwartz, Buree
of Animal Industry. 8 p., figs. 4. (Leaflet 34 L., Revised.) Price, 50.
Woods burning in the South. Prepared by the Forest Service. 4 p. (Lea"
40 LL) Price, 50.
Reindeer recipes. Louise Stanley and Fanny Walker Yeatman, Bureau of Hon
Economics. 8 p., illus. (Leaflet 48 L.) Price, 50.
Ice creams frozen without stirring. Louise Stanley and Jessie Alice Cline, Bure
of Home Economics. 8 p., illus. (Leaflet 49 L.) Price, 50.
Suits for the small boy. Clarice Louisba Scott, Bureau of.Home Economic
8 p., figs. 9. (Leaflet 52 L.) Price, 50.
The Technical Bulletins contain the results of scientific and research work applying"
a special crop, industry, or locality. The editions are limited, as they are inte
primarily for scientific workers and subject-matter specialists.
Methods of harvesting grain sorghums. John H. Martin, Bureau of Plant Infld
try; L. A. Reynoldson and B. E. Rothgeb, Bureau of Agricultural Econoza
and W. M. Hurst, Bureau of Public Roads. 35 p., figs. 18. (Technical Bl
tin 121 T.) Price, 100.
An economic study of livestock possibilities in the southeastern coastal plain. B
Jennings and M. A. Crosby, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 96 p., figs.
(Technical Bulletin 127 T.) Price, 200. i
Alteration of muscovite and biotite in the soil. I. A. Denison, William H. fl
and P. L. Gile, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 32 p. (Technical Bul1
128 T.) Price, 100.
The chestnut curculios. Fred E. Brooks and Richard T. Cotton, Bureau of
tomology. 24 p., pls. 6. (Technical Bulletin 130 T.) Price, 100.
The pandora moth, a periodic pest of western pine forests. J. E. Patterson, Bug
of Entomology. 20 p., figs. 8. (Technical Bulletin 137 T.) Price, 0. :...
Studies on the fall army worm in the Gulf coast district of Texas. R. A. VAl!"
Bureau of Entomology. 64 p. (Technical Bulletin 138 T.) Price, O10.1r *: ,i.
The spontaneous combustion of bay. Charles A. Browne, Bureau of OheQIH
and Soils. 39 p., figs. 8. (Technical Bulletin 141 T.) Price, 100.
Irrigated crop rotations in southern Montana. By Stephen H. Hastings an4i
Hansen, Bureau of Plant Industry. 32 p., figs. 2. (Technical Bulletli
T.) Price, 100. .
This series carries the less technical and more informal material of the same.:
nature as that In the Technical Bulletin series. -
Conservation of wastes from the small-scale slaughter of meat animals. (i-
Walton and R. F. Gardiner, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 20 .Afg
(Circular 63 C.) Price, 50.
CactiL David Griffiths, Bureau of Plant Industry, and Charles Henry
Missouri Botanical Garden. 26 p., figs. 2 pis. 19. (Circular 6. 0.) i
Condition of farmers in a white-farmer area of the cotton. piedmont,...|
Howard A. Turner and L. D. Howell, Bureau of Agricultural ::Ei i
48 p., fig. 2. (Circular .78 C.) Price, 100. ....':
The application of statistical methods to seed testing. N.M o..il:,i
Plant Industry. 18 p., figs. 2. (Circular 79 0.) Price, t
ihtftieve value and cost of food served to college students. Edith Hawley, Bureau
i ro:Eome EconemJIas. 20 p. (Circular 89 C.) Price, 50.
iillpting-fresh fruiit in Europe. Edwin Smith, Bureau of Agricultural Eco-
:.n.ies. 120 p., figs. 23. (Circular 90 C.) Price, 250.
.'I Bi~kesMore strawberry. George- M. Darrow and George F. Waldo, Bureau
.'*Plant Industry. 10 p., figs. 6, pls. 2. (Circular 93 C.) Price, 10W.
.bj' series includes those publications of a miscellaneous nature which do not fall
'fhin many of the other series Issued by the department, particularly those of a size
i.. ... thea octavo. Such publications were formerly issued as Miscellaneous Circulars.
htsital wild-life reservations. Compiled by Division of Game and Bird Con-
nationn, Bureau of Biological Survey. 10 p., figs. 2. (Miscellaneous Pub-
Itation 51 M.) Price, 50.
4I tfecting seed potatoes. Freeman Weiss. 3 p. (Miscellaneous Publication
i M.j. Price, 54.
lw-ctutting devices for harvesting corn. Frank Irons and W. J. Parvis, Bureau
'Public Roads. 36 p., figs. 81. (Miscellaneous Publication 56 M.) Price,
:.,, .. SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS
ie::.tch.notices of Judgment, decisions, and instructions as are necessary in the enforce-
teit of regulatory acts are contained in these announcements. They are issued monthly
lai: necessary by certain bureaus. Free distribution is limited to persons in the employ
Sitlbdepartment, to public officials whose duties render it necessary for them to have
bSn information, to journals especially concerned, and to manufacturers and firms whose
b gse Is affected by the announcements.
l',tpation, instructions, rulings, etc., concerning the work of the Bureau of Ani-
ai, ''n Industry. pp. 77-85. September, 1929. (S. R. A., B. A. I., No. 269.)
| 4dMcation of pink-bollworm quarantine. Amendment No. 4 to rules and regu-
Mtions supplemental to Notice of Quarantine No. 52 (Revised.) 2 p. (P. Q.
I:. A.-Q. 52, Amdt. 4.) Price, 50.
fis* of Judgment under the food and drugs act. Compiled by the Food, Drug,
I:d, Insecticide Administration. N. J., F. D. 16226-16250; pp. 137-147. Sep-
:tiber, 1929; N. 3., F. D. 16251-16275; pp. 149-168. October, 1929; N. J.,
I'I D. 16276-16300; pp. 169-180. October, 1929; N. J., F. D. 16301-16325; pp.
18=-192. October, 1929; N. J., F. D. 16326-16350; pp. 193-203. October,
fat. Quarantine and Control Administration. Service and Regulatory Announce-
ts Index, 1928. 3 p. Price, 50.
PiO Quarantine and Control Administration. Record of current work, January
tO March 31, 1929. 48 p. (S. R. A., P. Q. C. A. No. 98.) Price, 50.
tionsgoverning the recognition of breeds and purebred animals. 6 p. (B. A.
Order 819.) Price, 50.
fse reports consist of two parts: (1) A soil map in colors showing the extent and
button of the different soils in the area covered by the survey; and (2) a printed
-containing brief descriptions of the area, its climate and agriculture, and detailed
ption of the soils. They are of interest and value primarily to 'residents of the
uNt-Veyed and to soil specialists. All requests for Soil Surveys are referred to the
1 of Chemistry and Soils which controls their distribution.
Bradley County. Price, 204 Michigan, Alpena County. Price. 200.
SNevada County. Price 204. Michigan, Roscommon County. Price 204.
Auburn area. Price, 254. Nebraska Webster County. Price, 250.
King City area. Price, 26.. New York Columbia County. Price, 250
,iahttahoochee County. Price, 15#. New York, Herkimer County area. Price,
County. Price, 15. 250.
: eg-B anroft area. Price, 20. Oregon. Linn County. Price, 504.
sur at Coty.. Pare 1 Pennylvia, Lyooming County. Price, 200.
St s County. P 200. Texas, Henderson County. Price 200.
ettaj Berkshire County. Price, 806 Texas, Wichita County. Price, 204.
tt Middlesex County. Prie, 1 Wisconsin, Sheboygan County. Price, 200.
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OTHER PUBLICATIONS. : t.* j :rm!..
Cooperative extension work, 1927. Prepared by the Office of *CopeSit
sion Work. 122 p., figs. 29, map. Price,.250. ... MA r
Plant material introduced by the Office of Foreign Plant ..Introduoti d~
Plant Industry, January 1 to March 31, 1927 (Nos. 70868 to '08049).':
(Inventory No. 90.) Price, 100. : :ib
Plant material introduced by the Office of Foreign Plant Introduction,:
Plant Industry, April 1 to June 80, 1927 (Nos. 73050 to 74213). 5f. 4 :
tory 91.) Price, 100. ..
Report of the Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations, 1928.. *39- p6,p-
Price, 100. F Yll
Report on the agricultural experiment stations, 1928. B. W. Allen, W Ail
and H. M. Steece. 104 p. Price, 200. .. ...
Agricultural Situation. Vol. 18, No. 10. October 1, 1929. Price, 50 djl
a year, domestic; 404 a year, foreign.1
A brief general summary of current conditions, including pertinent statla
to production, movement, consumption, and prices of the important. 1tit
Climatological Data. Vol. 16, No. 6. June, 1929.
In 42 sections, containing weather statistics for 42 separate section
spending, as a rule, to a State. Monthly information for 1 section :ies 0W
data regarding all 42 sections, 350 a month, or $4 a year.1 Not for ge
Crops and Markets. Vol. 6, No. 10. October, 1929. Price, 50 a copy; j
domestic; 850 a year, foreign.' Free distribution limited to cooperate'
Statistics concerning crops and livestock estimates and market information
on supplies, stocks, commercial movement, condition and prices of agricultural.
and studies of prices and demand, both foreign and domestic. "I
Daily Weather Maps. Limited editions. Not for general distribtit
Edition 1 contains forecasts for all States east of the MWsissip .
Illinois, Wisconsin. Indiana, and Michigan. Editions issued at Wasl ,
25c a month, $t.50 a year. Edition 2 contains forecasts for the entire
300 a month. $3 a year. Neither edition furnished in quantities Tilems H
placed with the Superintendent of Documents, in advance of issue. Mapl PK.i
CM, showing the weather conditions and forecasts, are issued at numnerop,
throughout the United States; 200 a month, $2 a year.1
Experiment Station Record. Vol. 61, No. 4. September, 1929. Prii
A technical review of the world's scientific literature pertaining to
volume containing about 3,500 abstracts of current research. Two siive f|f
10 numbers each; 750 a volume, domestic; $1.25 a volume, foreign..:
Forest Worker. Vol. 5, No. 5. September, 1929. Price, 50 a .copy'
domestic; 350 a year, foreign.
News of State forestry, forestry education, private forestry, and 'the:. l
Forest Service. .".:"
Journal of Agricultural Research. Vol. 89. No. 6, September 15.; Nti.. 't
1929. Illus. Price, 200 a copy; $4 a year, domestic; $5.25 a yie
Of primary interest to agricultural scientists and advanced students ol 'i I
in 2 volumes a year, of 12 numbers each. :..
Monthly Weather Review. Vol. 57, No. 6, June; No. 7, Jply, 4'9w. M
150 a copy; $1.50 a year, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreign.1
Contains (1) meteorological contributions and bibliography, (2: e t
the month with an interpretive summary, and (3) climatological tablea."j
The Official Record. Vol. 8, Nos. 40-44. October 3, 10, 17,, 24, ~Si; l
5f a copy; 500 a year, domestic; $1.10 a year, foreign.1 r 41
Contains official orders and miscellaneous information concerning the
activities and such other matter as should be brought to employees' ate
Public Roads. Vol. 10, No. 8. October, 1929. Price, 10 ar.. copy if
domestic; $1.50 a year, foreign.1
Makes available to road builders the results of investigations relatlri H
and economic problems of road building.
Weather Outlook. Limited edition. Not for general distribut|4i
Prepared at and distributed from the following forecast ceein t.
Bureau: Washington, D. C., New Orleans, La., Chicago, Ill., Dewi~
Francisco, Calif. P :
Weekly Weather and Crop Bulletin. Not for general dstfibfu
Gives detailed weather conditions of preceding weeks and thel
of crops and farm operations. IAmited edition.: :
S Payable to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Pd~tf
D. C. :."