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Sofil Survey of New Loindin 5Outy, Connecticut,
fig. i, map. (From F. 0. Soils, 112.) Price,
By W, E4. McLendon.
r irey of Dougherty County, Georgia. By M. Earl Carr, H. Jennings, and
The Department of
Soil Survey of the Sussex Area, New Jersey. By H. J
Department of Agriculture, and I. L. Owen, I. V. Stone
of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station.
(From F. O. Soils, 1911.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Columbia County, Wisconsin. By W. J.
Taylor, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and
Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey.
(From F. O. Soils, 1911.) Price, 15 cents.
innings, of the U. S.
e, and W. R.' Robbers,
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Geib and Arthur E.
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Soil Survey of Juneau County, Wisconsin. By W. J. Geib and E. B. Watson,
of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and L. R. Schoenmann, C. A. Le Clair,
and O. E. Baker, of the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey.
Pp. 54, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1911.) Price, 15 cents.
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ding of Depleted Grazing Lands to Cultivated Forage Plants. By
W. Sampson, Plant Ecologist, with prefatory note by Frederick V.
Botanist in Charge of Economic and Systematic Botany. Pp. 34,
gs. 4. Contribution from the Forest Service in cooperation with the
of Plant Industry. Oct. 27, 1913. (Department Bulletin 4.) Price,;
Training Courses for Employed 1
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son, Assistant in Agricultural Education.
Experiment Stations. Oct. 18, 1913. Pp.
Price, 5 cents.
teachers with a Suggested Read-
Bulletins. By Edward R. Jack-
Contribution from the Office of
17. (Department Bulletin 7.)
Progress Report of Cooperative Irrigation Experiments at California University
Farm, Davis, California, 1909-1912. By S. H. Beckett, Irrigation Engineer.
Pp. 21, figs. 7. Contribution from Office of Experiment Stations. Oct. 30,
1913. (Department Bulletin 10.) Price, 5 cents.
Uses of Commercial Woods of the United States. Beech, Birches, and Maples.
By Hu Maxwell, Expert. Contribution from the Forest Service. Oct. 11,
1913. Pp. 56. (Department Bulletin 12.) Price, 10 cents.
A Sealed Paper Carton to Protect Cereals from Insect Attack. By Willaim B.
Parker, Entomological Assistant. Contribution from the Bureau of Ento-
mology. Oct. 16, 1913. Pp. 8, figs. 8. (Department Bulletin 15.) Price, 5
The Culture of Flue-Cured Tobacco. By E. H. Mathewson, Crop Technologist,
Tobacco and Plant-Nutrition Investigations. Contribution from the Bureau
of Plant Industry. Oct. 22, 1913. Pp. 36, figs. 12. (Department Bulletin
16.) Price, 10 cents.
A Report on the Phosphate Fields of South Carolina.
Scientist in Investigation of Fertilizer Resources.
Bureau of Soils. Oct. 1, 1913. Pp. 12, pis. 3, fig. 1.
18.) Price, 5 cents.
By Wm. H. Waggaman,
Contribution from the
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The Florida Fern Caterpillar. By F. H: Chittenden, Sc. D., In Charge of Truck
Crop and Stored Product Insect Investigations. Pp. 11, fig. 1. (Bulletin 125,
Bureau of Entomology.) Price, 5 cents.
Studies on Acid Soils of Porto Rico. By Oscar Loew, Ph3
(Bulletin 13, Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station.)
rsiologist. Pp. 2
Price, 5 cents.
Experiment Station Record, Vol.
Ph. D., Editor. Pp. 301-400.
XXIX, No. 4,
Price, 15 cents.
E. W. Allen,
The record contains numerous abstracts of the publications of the agricultural
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rnal of Agricultural Research. Vol. 1,
oreword. By B. T. Galloway.-Citrus I
ew Species from Southwestern China and
ysticercus Ovis, the Cause of Tapeworm
)m.--The Serpentine Leaf-Miner. By F
p. 88, pls. 5, figs. 37. Price, 25 cents.
October, 1913. Contents:
LSis, a Promising, Hardy,
By Walter T. Swingle.-
i Mutton. By B. H. Ran-
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Monthly Bulletin of the Library. June, 1913.. Vol. 4, No. 6; Pp. 162-192.
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The water Requirement of Plants., I. Investigations in the Great Plains in
1910 and. 1911. By Lyman J. Briggs, Biophysicist in Charge of Biophysical
Investigations, and H. L. Shantz Plant Physiologist, Alkali and Drought
Resistant Plant Investigations. Pp. 49, pis. 11, figs. 2. (Bulletin 284, Bureau
of Plant Industry.) Price, 15 cents.
The Water Requirement of Plants. II. A Review of the Literature. By Lyman
.: Briggs, Biophysicist in Charge of Biophysical Investigations, and H. L.
Shantz; Plant Physiologist, Alkali and Drought Resistant Plant Investigations.
Pp. 96, figs. 6. (Bulletin 285, Bureau of Plant Industry.) Price, 10 cents.
The Making and Feeding of Silage. Contents: Making and Feeding of Silage.
By T. E. Woodward.-Silage for Horses. By George M. Rommel.-Silage for
Beef Cattle. By W. F. Ward.-Silage for Sheep. By. E. L. Shaw. Pp. 24,
figs. 6. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. Oct. 25, 1913.
(Farmers' Bulletin 556.)
The Potato-Tuber Moth. By F. H. C0
Stored Product Insect Investigations.
mology. Oct. 2, 1913. Pp. 7, figs. 4.
ttenden, In Charge of Truck Crop and
Contribution from the Bureau of Ento-
(Farmers' Bulletin 557.)
Use of Corn, Kafir, and Cowpeas in the Home. By C. F. Langworthy, Ph. D.,
Sc. D., Chief of Nutrition Investigations, and Caroline B. Hunt, A. B., Expert
in Nutrition, Office of Experiment Stations. Contribution from the Office of
ExDeriment Stations. Oct. 16. 1913. Pu. 12. (Farmers' Bulletin 559.f
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The Chestnut Bark Disease.
ions In Forest Patholo
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Truck Soils of the Atlantic Coast Region. By Jay A. Bonpteje Scentist 1i1S|
Survey, Bureau of Soils. Pp. 417-432, pls. 6, fig. 1, (SeparatQ 608, X3g9vwo
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