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:i GENERAL, PUBLICATIONS
S 'PARIMERS' BULLETINS
udb a.s in. nontechnical language a wide variety of subjects pertaining.
i ,,Ir 6 h i e in the Great Plains area. H. P. Gould, Office of
j '~rve tigditiois, and Oliver J. Grace, superintendent, United
Fd Pield Station, Akron, Colo. 34 p., figs. 25. (Farmers'
t/Rmev. Pricef .5i.
l 't king iambs. G. H. Bedell, Bureau of Animal Industry, and
.Thweau of Agricultural Economics. 12 p., figs. 9. (Farmers'
..,itEer.) Price, 50.
r.V. L "SimmonS;BurBau of Animal Industry. 33 p. (Farm-
'1'.,: Rev.) Pride, 150:f
als. Fura ti Lloyd Mulford,' Bureau of Plant Industry.
.PrAFrmers'-'Bulletin 1381 F., Rev.) Price, 150.
S iit of the Ujnited Siates. T. R. Stanton and F. A. Coffman,
lnduidty. j22 p., fiks. 11. (Farmers' Bulletin 1611 F.)
Sirt game birds, W. L. McAtee, Bureau of Biological Survey.
p farmers' Bulletin 1612 F.) Price, 100.
fil4 gme birds. : W ,L.. MeAtee, Bureau of Biological Survey.
(P. rmer Bulletii,1613 ,.) Price, 10.
for: it.lt. eer E,,rn. LR. Johnson, Bureau of Agricultural
A!e& A, i iR, Lee, Bureau, of Animal Industry. 20 p. (Parmers'
1 'rce, 50.
o .W j. ose Bureau of Plant industry. 28 p., figs. 11.
i 1617 F.) Price, 50t.
.I'-": P.,. ARTMET BULLETINS
tlha ate technical -or scientific in nature and apply to a special
r."c lty.. This series eidi with No. 1500, and is succeeded by the
Ael& WNW. A i te ieiteddi,
t:'of .'olhfs1 range. O.'D. Marsh, Bureau of Animal Industry.
: si' Mi (Depaotniti Bulletin 1245D., Rev.) Price, 35t.
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l- etin4 eoittar* the result_ tf scdentifi, and research work applying to
ty, or locality. The dltlons art limited, as they are intended
.,paworers~aR .~i.fblet-mtatter Specialiste.
*sm & gzea i~e s; i results. .of experenta to determine
.efficient n in iaep form ia l., L. .amsaer,I. preau of
: ,:::i.. 0, (Technical Buibetin' 12 T.) Priae,
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Quaking aspen: A study in applied forest pathology. E. P. Meinecke, Bureai
Plant Industry. 34 p., figs. 5, pls. 2. (Technical Bulletin 155 T.) Pri%:,.
Investigations in weed control by zinc sulphate and other chemicals at the SPi
forest nursery. W. G. Wahlenberg, Forest Service. 36 p., fI 8. 'S
(Technical Bulletin 156 T.) Price, 150.
The western grass-stem sawfly a pest of small grains. AG N. Ainsle, Bur m
SEntomology. 24 p., figs. 16. (Technical Bulletin 157 T.) Price, 5
Life history, habits, and control of the Mormon cricket. Frank T. CQW4n1 ~u
of Entomology. 28 p., figs. 24. (Technical Bulletin 161 T.) Price, 1
The wearing quality and other properties of vegetable-tanned: and of, 9.
retanned sole leather. R. W. Frey and I. D. Clarke, Bureau o.f Cha.
and Soils. 18 p., figs. 2. (Technical Bulletin 169 T.) Price, 50. :
A pipette method of mechanical analysis of soils based on improved :dil
procedure. L. B. Olmstead, Lyle T. Alexander, and H. R Middleton
of Chemistry and Soils. 23 p., figs. 2. (Technical Bulletin 170 T.). J
This series carries the less technical and more informal material of the manse :~
nature as that in the Technical Bulletin series.
A business analysis of the Producers Live Stock Commission Assc
National Stock Yards, Ill. Kelsey B. Gardner, Bureau of
Economics. 45 p., figs. 10. (Circular 86 0.) Price, 10*.
Forest nursery and planting practice in the California pine region. S.;:'
Forest Service. 75 p., figs. 17. (Circular 92 C.) Price, i5f. .'
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Subsoil an important factor in the growth of apple trees in the '0sat :'4q.1
Sweet, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 12 p., ig. 1, ple. 5. (Citiat
Price, 100. .. -.i i
Equipment for city milk plants. 0. E. Clement and F. M. Grant, Rut4i
Dairy Industry. 36 p., figs. 18. (Circular 90 C.) Price, 101 .
This serldh includes those publications of a misceellaneons nature w~idtha I:
within any of the other series issued. by the depar~d tme, prtinlarl
other than octavo. Such publications were formedy insued as MisgeHaneoeui
Pocket guide to Alaska trees. Raymond F. Taylor, Forest ServiMce 39i
1 map. (Miscellaneous Publication 55 M.) Price, 15.i
Bibliography on the relation of clothing to health. Buti O'M rda, n
Peterson, and Ruby K. Worner, Bureau of Bome Boonmies. 1*0
cellaneous Publication 62 M.) Price, 25 -
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Wi1:rm UsMeI r pw s arzu-syplu ura utua gastvar. a L I Jt LvS, uJDE uflUU UK rKlUI
9. f.L O 10 p., figs. 23 (Miscellaneous Publication 69 M.) Price, 69.
: 'flbes g sattibi relating to one or more closely related agricultural comm tegt
Sfo erons engaged In maretiug or any business affected by agricultural
.te eirinidpmentt of fruits and vegetables from stations ia the United States for
t. maten4r gears 1946 ant',S27. Prepared by the Bureau of Agricultural
I. comics 1L pI (atistical Bulletin 27 S.) Price, 250.
hi .',"d.. ,. ...O. "SIL SURVETB
Tl reports consist of two etP : (1 A soil map n colors showing the extent and
itribnlim of fte different soils in the area covered by the survey; and (2) a printed
e cotaintag brlef descriptions of the area, its elinlate and agriculture, and detaled
iai of bhe sells. They are et Interest and value primarily to residents of the
and to soil speclasta. AlI requests for Soil Surveys are referred to the
o Chemistry and So9i which controls their distribution.
TR e Salinas Area. Price, 359. Texas, Hidalgo County. Price, 254.
l itmCa!oln a, Wilson County. Price, Texas, Willacy County. Price, 20f.
20,,r West Virginia, Monroe County. Price,
Ui* Dakota, Moody County. Price, 20o.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS
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4"ut or regulatory acts are contained in these announcements. They are issued monthly
' as necessary by certain bureaus. Pree dtritution is limited to persons in the employ
iA':the department, to public officials whose duties render it necessary for them to have
;iueh information, to journals especially concerned, and to manufacturers and firms whose
uiumsina is affected by the announcements.
t~u- ciedings of International Universal Cotton Standards Conference of 1929 and
i ims relating to the administration of the United States cotton futures and cotton
h"niwatai ards acts. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Service and Regulatory
i:."L ounceements No. 117. 23 p. (8. R. A., B. A. E., No. 117.)
rYlevent the spread of scabies in sheep.-Releasing from quarantine Sonoma and
i*ad&o ino Counties, Calif. B.A. I. Order 303, Amdt. 2. 1 p.
oieA and Regulatory Announcements, Bureau of Animal Industry, December,
SNo. 272. pp. 107-114. (S. R. A.-B. A. I. 272.) Price, 50.
u to Notices of Judgment 15001 to 16000. [Compiled by the Food, Drug, and
nAeTicidel Administration.] pp. 583-i42. Price, 51.
n Cgrn-borer quarantine. Quarantine No. 43. Revision of regulations.
Gint Quarantine and Control Administration. 8 p. (P. Q. C. A.--Q. 43.)
l worm quarantine No. 52. Revision of Regulations. 6 p. (P. Q A.-
i and Regulatory Announcements, Plant Quarantine and Control Administra-
li .April-June, 1929. pp. 49-130. (S. R. A.-P. Q. C. A. No. 99.) Price, 151.,
Sand Regulatory Anonuncements, Plant Quarantine and Control Administra-
July-September, 1929.' Service and Regulatory Announcements No 100.
l-i79. (S. 1. A.-P. Q. 0. A. 100.) Price, 100.
4r* of the Chief of the Weather Bureau, 1928-29. C. F. Marvin. 250 p.
of the Porto Rica Agricultural Experiment Station, 1928. 38 fp, ige.. 9.
bior and composition of Oriental vegetables in Hawaii. H. L. Chung 11a
iBprton. 64 p., figs. 52. (Hawaii Bulletin 60.) Price, 350.
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rr 'locality. This series ends with No. 1500, and t succeeded by the
f lu mnionlt Tke editions are limited.
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Agricultural situation. Vol. .14 No. 1., ,,anT.ar 1, 1930. ife, ,i
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Climatological data. Vo1. 16, No. 9, September; No. 10, Otbe,
In 42 sections, containing weather statistics for 42 separate sectio d.
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Crops and markets. Vol. 6, No. 12. December 1929; Vol. TI No. ,.
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Statistics concerning crops and livestoM k estimates and market informatifU
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Experiment Station Record. Vol. 61, Nor 8: December, 1929; o.4,p,
Abstract Number; VoL 62, No. 1. January, 1930. Single numbers E:
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A technical review of the world's scientific literature pertaining tO agri
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Journal of Agricultural Research. Vol, 40, No. 1. January, 1930.
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Snow and Ice Bulletin. Nos. -7. January 2; 8, 2 ,
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