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Monthly list of publications
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This circular will be sent regularly to all who apply


for it.


United


States


Department


Agriculture,


WASHINGTON, D. C., September


30, 1913.


MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS.

[SEPTEMBER, 1913.]


NOTE.- Copies of any of the pu


of Agricultural Research
.the. Weather Bureau, may
and Chief of the Division
Agriculture, Washington,
The edition of many of the
is exhausted applicants are
ments, Government Printing
of the joint resolution of Mh
and sell them at the prices


andl
be ob
of f


D. C.
public
rescue


C!1


blications
sel.arates
stained fr(
iublicatio!
as long
-ations is
fully refei


listed herein, except the Journal
therefrom and publications of
e upon application to the Editor


nS,
as
nec
rlre'


Otlice, Washington, D.
nrch 2S. 1904, is empoV
herein give. -Do not


ited States Departme
department's supply
rily limited. and when
the Superintendent of
C., who, under the prov
vered to have reprints


nt of
lasts.
same
Docu-
isions
made


apply to the Superintendent


of Documents for publications without sending the price of same, as he does
not distribute them except by sale. The price of any document, unless other-
wise noted, is 5 cents.
ne Do griculture" does not distribute or control the distribution
of the publications of other departments of the Government, the State boards
of agriculture, or t the State agricultural experiment stations.
o te Sia.e gulra ex


ANNOUNCEMENT.


U ider

series of
divisions,
matter h'
AGRICULT
printed i
of which
The J(
libraries
technical


the nes plan of publication


bulletiI
and oi
eretoforit
URAL R
n a new
will be
)URNAL
of agric
schools,


department.


is and cir
offices have
SIpublishedl
:SEARCH, W
departmer
devoted to
OF AGRICUJ


cultural
and to


coil
Stl(


Miscellaneous


culars
been


work of the department


heretofore iss
discontinued.


them


while
ital
the t
LTURA
eges
.h in


e popul
'ies of
atment
RESEAL
id expe
tutions


applica nts


superintendent of documents, Go
him.
The departmental series of Niul
, j- :*n .-.rl.nI n/1nni '- Ci nfl1 ; m V .-i n't in1 C. n.


lernmeent


'p


nedr
The


sc~ienlt


hereafter appear


ar and
bulletins


semitechni
, begiuuinm


it, the independent
a various bureaus,
:ific and technical
in the JOURNAL OF
cal matter will be
g with No. 1, each


of one subject.


RCH will be distributed free to the
rimruent sta tiions, to large universities,
as mak-e suitable exchanges with the
ay procure it by purchase from the
Printing Office, at a price fixed by


tins will be distributed
.-n m *l / ..*i n Ft1 i- T Ir r. c .


to selected


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Soil Survey of Ben Hill County, Georgia. By Allen L. Higgins, of the TU. S.
Department of Agriculture, and David D. Long, of the Georgia State College
of Agriculture. Pp. 27, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1912.) Price, 15 cents.


Soil Survey of Chattooga County, Georgia.
Department of Agriculture, and David D.
of Agriculture. Pp. 57, pl. 1, fig. 1, map.
cents.


By A. W. Mangum, of the U. S.
Long, of the Georgia State College
(From F. O. Soils, 1912.) Price, 15


Soil Survey of Winston County, Mississippi. By G. A. Crabb, of the U. S. De-
partment of Agriculture, and G. B. Hightower, of the Mississippi Geological
Survey. Pp. 47, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1912.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Johnson County, North Carolina. By W. Edward Hearn, of the
UT. S. Department of Agriculture, and L. L. Brinkley, of the North Carolina
Department of Agriculture. Pp. 52, pls. 2, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils,
1911.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Kewaunee County, Wisconsin. By W. J. Geib and A. H. Meyer,
of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and E. J. Graul, of the Wisconsin
Geological and rNatural History Survey, Pp. 51, fig. 1, map. (From F. O,
Soils, 1911.) Price, 15 cents.
REPORTS.


Annual Report of Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations for 1912. Pp.
pls. 17. (Document 1531, Office of Experiment Stations.) Price, 20 cents.


Annual Report of the Office of Experiment
30, 1912. Pp. 383, pis. 17, figs. 3. Price, -


Stations for the year ended June


BULLETINS.

Medical Milk Commissions and Certified Milk. By Ernest Kelly, In Charge
Market Milk Investigations. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal In-
dustry. Sept. 17, 1913. Pp. 38, pls. 5, fig. 1. (Department Bulletin 1.) Price,
10 cents.
A Normal Day's Work for Various Farm Operations. By H. H. Mowry, Assist-
ant Agriculturist, Office of Farm Management, Bureau of Plant Industry.
Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. Sept. 23, 19138. Pp. 44.
(Department Bulletin 3.) Price, 10 cents.
The Southern Corn Rootworm, or Budworm. By F. M, Webster, In Charge of
Cereal and Forage Insect Investigations. Contribution from the Bureau of
Entomology. Sept. 27, 1913. (Department Bulletin 5.) Price, 5 cents.
The Agricultural Utilization of Acid Lands by Means of Acid-Tolerant Crops.
By Frederick V. Coville, Botanist in Charge of Economic and Systematic
Botany. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. Sept. 19, 1913.
Pp. 13. (Department Bulletin 6.) Price, 10 cents.


The Western Corn Rootworm.
Forage Insect Investigations.
Sept. 27, 1913. Pp. 8, figs. 5.


By F. M. Webster, In charge of 'Cereal and
Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology.
(Department Bulletin 8.) Price, 5 cents.


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Life. Zones and Crop Zones of New Mexico. By Vernon Bailey,
Biological Investigations. Biological Survey. Pp. 100, pls. 16,
(North American Fauna No. 35.) Price, 45 cents.


In Charge of
figs. 6, map


Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the American Association of


Farmers' Institute Workers, held at Atlanta,
Edited by W. H. Beal and John Hamilton. Pp.
Experiment Stations.) Price, 10 cents.


Experiment Station Record, Vol.
Ph. D., Editor. Pp. 201-300.


Nov. 11, 12,
(Bulletin 256,


XXIX, No. 3, Abstract Number, E.
Price, 15 cents.


13, 1912.
Office of


Allen,,


Same,


Vol. XXVIII, Index.


Pp. 901-1003.


Price, 15 cents.


The record conta
experiment station
and editorials on t
and foreign expert
of documents has
volumes a year, ni


ins numerous abstracts of the publications of the agricultural
s and kindred institutions in this and other countries, articles
opics of special interest in agricultural science by American
s. and notes on the experiment stations: The superintendent
fixed the price of this serial, which is now issued in two
ne numbers each, at $1 a volume.


CIRcOULAS.


Measles in .Cattle. By
Pp. iv+1Tl-117. pls.
mal Industry, 1911.]


H. .Ransom. Ph. D., Chief of the Zoological Division.
figs. 2. [Reprint from Annual Report Bureau of Ani-
Circular 214, Bureau of Animal Industry.)


Infectious
I. Introdi
Abortion
tious Abo
183, pls. '
(Circular


Abortion of Cattle and t
uctory Statement. By A.
Found in Milk. By E. C
irtion of Cattle. By John
7. [Reprint from Annual
216, Bureau of Animal


t


he Occurrence of Its Bacterium in Milk.
D. Melvin. II. The Bacillus of Infectious
'. Schroeder and W. E. Cotton. III. Infee-
R. Mohler and Jacob Traum. Pp. iv137-
Report Bureau of Antimal Industry, 1911..}
Industry.) Price, 10 cents.


REBBEITS


The Ox


*n1,V rI le.


(Circular 25,


Bureau of Entomology.)


The Striped Cucumber


Beetle.


(Circular 31, Bureau of Entomology.)


The True Clothes Moth.


Circular 36, Bureau of Entomology.)


The Common Squash


Cockroaches.
The Greenhous


Bug.


(Circular 51,
e White Fly.


(Circular 39, Bureau of Entomology..)
Bureau of Entomology.)
(Circular 57, Bureau of Entomology.)'


The Corn Root-Worms.
The Imported Cabbage


(Circular 59, Bureau of Entomology.)


Worm.


(Circular 60, Bureau of Entomology.)


Root-Maggots and How to Control Them.


(Circular 63, Bureau of Entomology.j


The Colorado


Potato Beetle.


(Circular 87, Bureau of Entomology.)


Mites and Lice on Poultry.


(Circular 92, Bureau of Entomology.)


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The Clover Mite.


(Circular 158, Bureau of Entomology.)


Thhe Manipulation of the Wax Scales of theI i ey Bee.


(Circular 161, Bureau


of Entomology.)
S~cbrood, a Disease of Bees.


(Circular 169, Bureau of Wntomology.)


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FARMERS


BuarzE~rns.


Kafir


as a.


Grain


Crop.


Carleton


KBatl,


Ag


Investigations, and Benton fE. Rothgeb, $Slent
Investigations, Bureau of Pl&nt Industry. -.Px 19,
tin 552.)


ronomist,
Assistant
figs. S.


Office of
Office of
(Farmers'


Cereal
Ceeial
Bulle-


Pop Corn for the Home.
vestigations, and J. G


Ily C. P


Hartley, Physiologist


'Willier, Scientifie Assistant,


tions, Bureau of Plant Industry


Pp. 13, figs. 9.


n Charge of Crop


Office of Corn Investiga-
(Farmers' Bulletin 553.)
.4 i


Pop Corn for the Mark
Investigations, and J.


tions.


Agricultural Oul
Sept. 11, 1913.


16, figs. 12.


look.
Contu


to crops.-Apple


et. By C. P. Hartley, Physiologist In Charge of Corn
G, Willier, Scientific Assistant, Qffice of Corn t t-
(Farmers' Bulletin 54.)
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Contit


ibuti6ns from various bureaus of the department.
Weather conditions during past month t


outlook.-Potato


outlook.-Hog


I forecast and general review of crop conditions.
558.)


Pp. 20(


cholera.-Agriculturai
. (Faruers' Bulletin


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NOTE.-The Agricultural Outlook will be issued three or tour times a year as
:a Jarmers' Bulletin, an4 is designed to supersede the monthly Crop Repo dle?,
Which has been discontinued. No permanent mailing list for same has yet been
p tablished; notice of its issue will appearing the Monthly List, and iC Rwe
ori general distribution.


PUBLICATIONS OF THE


WEATHER BUREAT,.


W


Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only from the dhif th&f
weather Bureau or the superintendent of documents, Government Prnting


Office, at the prices noted herein.


Bulletin of the Mount


direction
figs. 55.


Weather Observatory,


of the Acting Chief United States
(W. B. No. 505.) Price, 25 cents.


, Bulletin of the Mount


Weather Observatory,


vol. 5, pt. 6.


Weather Bu


vol. 6, pt, 1.


direction of the Acting Chief United States Weather Bureau.


B. No. 511.)


Price, 25 cents.


Monthly Weather Review,


tion of Henry E.


maps 2, charts
+ National Weekly


vol. 41; No. 6, June, 1913.


Williams, Acting
(W. B. No. 510.)


Chief U


Prepared undt thei
ean, PD 86y K,


Prepared under


Pp. 1r34, fi


Prepared mnder the dire-


Weather Bureau.


Price, 35 cents


Weather Bulletin Nos. 24, 25,


+ reporting temperature and


throughout


mainder of year.)


United


rainfall,


States.


with a
Weekly,


Price, 25 cents a year.


.4 a year:


-


26, 27, 28,


summary


Pp. 815-966.


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