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i States Department of Agriculture
`02 -MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
.. .'.:;|i;|.iFEBRUARY, 1931
Amigag~es to the. United States Department of Agriculture
eftberalr publications listed herein, except those otherwise noted, may be
ligation to the United States Department of Agriculture, Washington,
e apartments' supply lasts. As many as five additional publications may
applicant gives sufficient proof that they are urgently needed. Free distrn-
at's supply is exhausted, publications may still be obtained from the Super-
n ovyeroment Printing Office, Washington, D. C., but by purchase only,
nmittaces to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office is not a part
BE- FARMERS' BULLETINS
4iMSHess iih nontechnical language a wide variety of subjects pertaining to
ii a inery. D. L. Yarnell, Bureau of Public Roads. 17 p., illus.
B, lletin 1131F., rev.) Price, 50.
rw...e. as an enemy of field corn in the Eastern States. W. J. Phillips
Barber, Bureau of Entomology. 18 p., illus. (Farmers'
) Price, 5f.
Bh eRept.a stages of the insect: shows how it damages corn, how it is
latie its airown habits and its natural enemies, and how a knowledge
wlt:aid the corn grower in protecting his crop. Of special interest
rotbothE -in upholstered furniture. E. A. Back and R. T. Cotton,
.q.Ng Ly. 33 p., illus. (Farmers' Bulletin 1655F.) Price, 100.
t' t 'ax. qeaaer with essential facts concerning the development
S if'tis of i'*his6teread furniture,' *so that he may guard against
Vi I' Battle and .J. H. Beattie, Bureau of Plant Industry.
.ta. farmers Aulletin 1658F.) Price, 5t.
i l~~ st oadltions peanuts should be grown, rotation of the crop,
i frbl iBatW to be used, and the effet of the latter on quality and
Sip~enll'iait in -the Pacific Northwest. M. C. Lane, Bureau of
.p' Lp t APt farmers' Bulletin 1657F.) Price, 50.
ai ; an thgivtSe rieas of the Pacific Northwest receiving less than
ih se atedT 'There the wireworm damage amounts to millions
l lb:n3t7oi vl e n u recommends various control measures, of which
1iI T*CW E IECAL BULLETINS
i ilh dto le results of scientific and research work applying
:110 l E t.1- The editions are limited, as they are inte deq
ind aylesoiedt-matter specialists.
b iga e Bueuo noolg. 11s Fres
JOCCK pJJUUcrLIun iu C luaay u a asclja S u uS UM U a wA WA W*& A m rsiu a~s m::ai
ment on grass. W. H. Black and K. F. Warner, Bureau of Animal 1 ..
and C. V. Wilson, West Virginia Agricultural Experiment Stafti .:i
illus. (Technical Bulletin 217T.) Price, 18. -
Intended for experiment-station workers and livestock producer
effects of grade of steers and their feeding on the quality of, ei i
detail the methods used in testing and comparing the quality of meat. ....a
Genetic growth differentiation in guinea pigs. Hugh C. MePhee sM l
Eaton, Bureau of Animal Industry. 36 p., illus. (Technical Bulletli
Intended for scientists and others who are interested In genetics. The inwi4tt
tions include the development by systematic inbreeding of five distinct faiBik,
guinea pigs. Possible applications of the results to livestock breeding ari diWU
Habits and economic status of the pocket gophers. Theo. H. ceheffer,
of Biological Survey. 27 p., illus. (Technical Bulletin 224T.) Price,
In addition to data on habits of pocket gophers and their damage to crops.Pi
bulletin recommends several measures of control and discusses the compulso
mination and county laws on them.
Results of fertilizer experiments on Norfolk fine sandy loam and on Norfolt 'lk
loam. J. J. Skinner, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 23 p., illus 4Tqiqq
Bulletin 225T.) Price, 50.
Results are given of a 10-year fertilizer experiment with cotton and eaorh
in rotation on Norfolk fine sandy loam in South Carolina. The largest eotto.
were obtained with mixtures containing 3 to 6 per cent ammonia. The high slt
fertilizer mixtures gave the largest yields of corn.
A revision of the American species of Empoasca known to occur north of
Dwight M. DeLong, Bureau of Entomology. 60 p., illus. (Technile
letin 231T.) Price, 15f. ":
Detailed technical descriptions are given of 51 species and 10 varieties. M'fKi
presented showing the distribution of the four more prevalent species. Of
all workers with leaf hoppers and to entomologists interested in improved methwe
technic in the examination of specimens and the delineation of delicate parts.
A, laboratory study of the field percolation rates of soils. C. S. Slater and fI
Byers, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 24 p., illus. (Technical BRll
232T.) Price, 50. ::
As permeability is one of the most important soil properties, this invetiegi
was conducted to develop and standardize a procedure for the measurement o9.f;
colation rates of soil samples.
This series carries the less technical and more informal material of the sam.e
nature as that in the Technical Bulletin series. ".::
Development and use of baking powder and baking chemicals L. H..% 1
Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 16 p. (Circular 1380., rev.) Prioer i
Crotalaria, a new legume for the South. Roland McKee and C. R. Enlow, Bui
of Plant Industry. 31 p., illus. (Circular 137C.) Price, 10. "
The forage and green-manure yields of crotalaria on poor sandy lands In th
have been heavy, indicating that this crop has a real place .under such Q
The principal use of crotalaria is. f6r green-manure. Some 'species canl;be 'a1
hay while others are probably poisonous.
The ice well for the dairy farm. J. R. Dawson and A. L. Watt, Bureau of-J
Industry. 12 p., illus. (Circular 1550.) Price, 50. i
Describes with detailed illustrations, the plans for constructing an ice..
Makes suggestions concerning the form of construction, material to use. an 'i:
of operation. p
Transplanting sugar beets in Utah and Idaho. S. B. Nuckols, Bureait a fi
Industry. 15 p., Illus. (Circular 156C.) Price, 50.
Intended for managers and field superintendents of sugar-beet eomparie: ~
as for growers.interested in testing new developments in sugar-beet e1i i
of four years of experiments show that advantages are derived from r
sugar beets, and suggest that the method has some possibilities.
This series includes those publications of a miscellaneous nature wtchi 4s
within any of the other series issued by the department particularly th d:f
other than octavo. Such publications were formerly issued as Miscelaneous CW
Reliability of the tuberculin test. John R. Mohler, Bureau of A. lti
14 p., illus. (Miscellaneous Publication 59MP., rev. Price, Sf .
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of;, rigation-district statutes of .western States. Wells A. Hutchins,
Sof Puble Roads. 127 p. (Miscellaneous Publication 103MP.)
i ::x topical limmary of the laws of 17 western States relating to irrigation districts.
: 4tmestcn eley to. legislators and State administrative oi cers of these western
IGd' bls of irrigation districts.
..wgri ltnaral outlook for 1931. Prepared by the Staff of the Bureau of Agri-
-l.toIe l omiocs, assisted by representatives of the Agricultural Colleges
4 b tension Services and the Federal Farm Board. 91 p. (Miscellane-
S:Publication 108MP.) Price, -150.
-i..noutlook. for 1931: Facts for farmers. From the National Agricultural
n-tlk, 1931, Issued by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics, United States
"tartment of Agriculture. 16 p. (Miscellaneous Publication 112MP.)
AAl ierprts consist of two parts: (1)A soil map in colors showing the extent and
itol .of the different soils in the area covered by the survey; and (2) a printed
t 4ntilinin brief descriptions of the area, its climate and agriculture, and detailed
teons: of the soils. They are of interest and value primarily to residents of the
tar.rvyed and to soil specialists. All requests for Soil Surveys are referred to the
at Chemistry and Soils, which controls their distribution.
j $'Clarke County. (1927, No. 7.) Price, 10f.
l as, Clay County. (1926, No. 26.) Price, 150.
:i ersey, The Bergen Area. (1925, No. 23.) Price, 200.
i" j Thti Eugene Area. (1925, No. 33.) Price, 350.
La, Orange County. (1927, No. 6.) Price, 150.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS
iqh notices of judgment, decisions, and instructions as are necessary in the enforce-
regnlatory acts are contained in these announcements. They are issued monthly
ti iesary by certain bureaus. Free distribution is limited to persons in the employ
iWi i department, to public officials whose duties render it necessary for them to have
$VS! Information, to journals especially concerned, and to manufacturers and firms whose
: r'afected by the announcements.
i. ttiadniment 2 to B. A. I. Order 301 (Regulations governing the importation of
iiiie Stic livestock and other animals into the United States), and Amendment 1
$ii :iB. AL I. Order 322 (Regulations governing the inspection of live poultry and
li;' inke section, humane treatment, and safe transport of animals for exportation
Z.'Si ut e United States). Effective March 1, 1931. 1 p. (B. A. I. Order 301,
t 2; R A. I. Order 322, Amdt. 1.)
i.ent 3 to B. A. I. Order 301 (Regulations governing the importation of
Mutic livestock and other animals into the United States). Bureau of Animal
!~ ltstry. Effective February 1, 1931. 1 p. (B. A. I. Order 301, Amdt. 3.)
nerint to rules and regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture for carrying
"r4fC VeisuloU -.of the perishable agricultural commodities act, 1930. Bureau
l r cultural Econom'cs. 1 p. (S. R. A., B. A. E. 121, Amdt. 1.)
i eln corn-borer quarantine. Revision of Regulations. Plant Quarantine
04ii ::Control Administration. 8 p. (P. Q. O. A.-Q. 43.)
MrIwation, instructions, rulings, etc., concerning the work of the Bureau of Ani-
Na: Industry, January-December, 1930, Index. pp. 113-115; January, 1931.
i *I3 I. (S. A.--B. A. I. 285.) Price, 50 each.
k )fucem oa judgment under the food and drugs act. Food and Drug Administra-
ti'"qt :B. p 18-209 (N. J., F. D. 17301-17325); pp. 211-222 (N. J., F. D.
-0ii6- S 50); PD. 233-236 (N..J,, F. D. 17351-17375). Price 50, each.
I eglations under the Federal seed act. Bureau of Plant Industry. 11 p. (S.
:;: *~' ^.P. 1.~ 17.) Price, 6 t
S"flutes a"d regulation of the Secretary of Agriculture governing the inspection and
. 4iM':'Ai ti4, ot rits. vegeta..es, and other products. (Revised January, 1931.)
.: ,- (.i AZ. A.-B A. 'l aS, rev.) Price, 5f.
i a*gwlsuio governing the movement of livestock between the United States
*,1i;'it.dh Utnited Mexican States. Bureau of Animal Industry. 6 pi
S rdar at.) Price, 5#.
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Free distribution of periodicals is definitely restricted. They Saew ie
purchase or subscription from the Superintendent of Doewameaft. .:, i;
Agricultural situation. Vol. 15, No. 2, February 1, N191 P i
a year, domestic; 400 a year, foreign.
A brief general summary of current conditions, including pirt it'
Ing to production, movement, consumption, and priets of the m o..ii
Climatological data. Vol. 17, No. 10, Octbber; No. U1, No1ven bei?
In 42 sections, containing weather statistics for 42 separate eti i
spending, as a rule, to a State. Monthly information for 1 ati
for data regarding all 42 sections, 35* a month, or $4 a ysar.
Daily weather maps. Limited editions. Not for general distlribniuti:.
Shows weather conditions for United States and forecast for all States
Mississippi River except Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Upper M
gan, Alabama, Mississipi, and the extreme western portion of
except Sundays and holidays,1 25 a month, $3.00 a year; daily, In
holidays, 800 a month, $8.60 a year. Sunday and holiday ap
Foreign subscriptions, $7.25 a year. Maps DD, and
conditions and forecasts, are issued at numerous stations throughout
200 a month, $2.40 a year.'
Experiment station record. Vo. 64, No. 1. January, 1931. Single :
sale only. Price, 100.'
A technical review of the world's scientific literature pertaining to agrise
volumes a year, of 10 numbers each; 750 a volume, domestic; $1.25 4a m'i
Extension service review. Vol. 2, No. 2, February, 1931. Ilgli.
copy; 50f a year, domestic; 75f a year, foreign.'
Issued monthly by the Extension Service, of which it is the official. e'
distribution of administrative information.
Forest worker. Vol. 7, No. 1, January, 1931. Price, 50 a copy;. i
domestic; 350 a year, foreign.'
News of State forestry, forestry education, private forestry, and tf*li
Forest Service. '*e
Journal of agricultural research. Vol. 42, Nos. 1-3, January 1, ;. ; BIi
1931. Price, 20t a copy; $4 a year, domestic; $5.25 a year, : SI
distributed free to individuals.
Of primary interest to agricultural scientists and advaAeed 8. tl
in 2 volumes a year, of 12 numbers each. Free distributloa i._4
libraries and to institutions or departments doing research work. :
are distributed free to those desiring them, as long as the limited
Monthly weather review. Vol. 58, No. 11, November, 1930. Iua:,
copy; $1.50 a year, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreit .' ot
Contains (1) meteorological contributions and bibliography, ( ..w t
the month with an interpretative summary, and (3) clmatological tt.
Public roads. Vol. 11, No. 11, January, 1991. IIInst Prient
year, domestic; $1.50 a year, foreign.' ...
Snow and ice bulletin. Nos. 8-11, February 4, 11, 18, 25, 1...
Free distribution limited to cooperators with the WeatherF.
Issued on Tuesdays during the winter. Based on data from regular
and cooperative stations. As far as practicable all reports of sa g:ri*&
The official record. Vol. 9, 1930, Index. Vol. 10, Nos. 6-9, 1M
1931. Price,f* a copy; 500 a year, domestic; $1.10 a yd~ir,
Contains olfal orders and miscellaneous information: caeerntfg b1|1;
activities and such other matter as should be brought to- e-miplyee ..
Weekly weather and crop bulletin. Nos. 5-8, February 8, 10, I; i24
50* a year, domestic; $1 a year, foreign? .-k ,,n:
Gives detailed weather conditions of preceding weeks an the ir"eq 4
of cfps and farm operations. Limited edition.
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