This circular will be sent regularly to all who apply for it.
D. C., July 31, 1915.
No publications are sold by the Department of Agriculture; therefore do
not send money to this office.
Copies of any of the publications listed. herein, except the Journal of
Agricultural Research, Experiment Station Record, and publications of the
Weather Bureau, may be obtained free upon application to the Editor and
Chief of the Division of Publications, United States Department of Agricul-
ture, Washington, D. C., as long as the department's supply lasts.
' When this department's supply is exhausted, publications can be obtained
from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Wash-
ington, D. C., by purchase only, and at the prices noted herein.
Send all remittances to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His
not a part of thi
e Department of Agriculture.
Report of the Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations.
1915. Price, 20 cents.
Pp. 96, pls. 12.
Report of the Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station, 1914.
1915. Price, 10 cents.
Pp. 35, pls.
Journal of Agricultural Research. Vol. 4, No. 4. July, 1915.
Contents: Rheosporangium Aphanidermatus, a New Genus and Species of Fungus
Parasitic on Sugar-Beets and Radishes. By H. A. Edson.-Heredity of Color in Phlox
Drummondii. By Arthur W. Gilbert.-Asparagus-Beetle Egg Parasite. By F. A.
Johnston.-Inheritance of Certain Characters of Grapes. By U. P. Hedrick and R. D.
Anthony.-Ascochyta Clematidina, the Cause of Stem-Rot and Leaf-Spot of Clematis.
By W. O. Gloyer.-Methods of Bacterial Analysis of Air. By G. L. A. Ruehle.-
Wallrothiella Arceuthobii. By James R. Weir. Pp. 279-378, pls. 16, figs. 2. Price,
NOT.-T--HE JOURNAL OP AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH will be distributed free only to
Sthe libraries of agricultural colleges and experiment stations, to large universities,
technical schools, and such institutions as make suitable exchanges with the depart-
ment. It will not be sent free to individuals. The Superintendent of Documents will
receive subscriptions for this publication, the price being $2.50 per year, 12 numbers.
Soil Survey of Bullock County, Alabama. By Howard C. Smith, of the U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture and W. E. Wilkinson, of the Alabama Department of Agriculture
and Industries. Pp. 50, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
S. S it..- rN I............. Is
Soil Survey of the Fort Lauderdale Area, Florida. By Mark Baldwin, H.
Carl F. Miller. Pp. 52, pis. 9, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1915.)
W. Hawker, and.
Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of the Indian River Area, Florida. By Charles G. Mooney and Mark Baldwin.
Pp. 47, pi. 1, fig. 1, map. (From F. 0. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Wilkinson County, Mississippi. By W. E. Tharp, of the IT. S. Department
of Agriculture, and W. M. Spann, of the Mississippi Geological Survey. Pp. 52, pl. 1,
fig. 1, map. (From F. 0. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Jackson County, Tennessee. By R. F. Rogers, of the U.
Agriculture, and J. H. Derden of the Tennessee Geological Survey.
map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
S. Department of
Pp. 29, fig. 1,
Grades for Commercial Corn. By J.
Bureau of Plant Industry. July 15
W. T. Duvel, Crop Technologist in Charge of
Pp. 11, pi. 1, figs. 8. Contribution from the
, 1915. (Department Bulletin 168.) Price, 5
Of especial interest to shippers, elevator men, and brokers.
The Cypress and Juniper Trees of the Rocky Mountain Region. By George B. Sudworth,
Dendrologist. Pp. 36, pls. 26, map. 11. Contribution from the Forest Service. (Pro-
fessional Paper.) July 17, 1915. (Department Bulletin 207.) Price, 25 cents.
This bulletin describes the distinguishing characters, geographic distribution, and
forest habits of all known species of cypress and juniper growing within the Rocky
The Naval Stores Industry. By A. W. Schorger, Chemist, and H. S. Betts, Engineer,
Forest Products Laboratory. Pp. 58, pls. 11, figs. 9. Contribution from the Forest
Service. July 28, 1915. (Department Bulletin 229.) Price, 15 cents.
This bulletin is of interest to producers and users of naval stores.
Oil-Mixed Portland Cement Concrete. By Logan Waller Page, Director, Office of Public
Roads. Pp. 26, pis. 6, figs. 7. Contribution from the Office of Public Roads. July 14,
1915. (Department Bulletin 230.) Price, 10 cents.
This bulletin is a revision of Bulletin 46, Office
to those using moisture-proof cement concrete.
Utilization and Management of Lodgepole Pine
Mason, Assistant District Forester, District 1.
from the Forest Service. (Professional Paper.)
234.) Price, 15 cents.
of Public Roads, and is of interest
in the Rocky Mountains. By D. T.
Pp. 54, pls. 7, fig. 1. Contribution
July 12, 1915. (Department Bulletin
Contains information regarding the ownership and supply, character and
the wood, methods of lumbering and management of lodgepole stands.
Sugar Beets: Preventable Losses in Culture. By Harry B. Shaw, Assistant Pathologist,
Cotton and Truck Disease and Sugar-plant Investigations. Pp. 21, pis. 8, figs. 5.
Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. July 14, 1915. (Department Bulle-
tin 238.) Price, 10 cents.
Of interest to sugar-beet growers generally.
Pasteurizing Milk in Bottles and Bottling Hot Milk Pasteurized in Bulk. By S. Henry
Ayers, Bacteriologist, and W. T. Johnson, jr., Scientific Assistant, Dairy Division.
Pp. 27, figs. 10. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. (Professional
Paper.) July 13, 1915. (Department Bulletin 240.) Price, 5 cents.
This paper is of interest to milk dealers, health officials, and all who have to do
with the milk supply of cities; it is suitable for distribution in all parts of the country.
Cone Beetles: Injury to Sugar Pine and Western Yellow Pine. By John M. Mi
Entomological Assistant, Forest Insect Investigations. Pp. 12, pls. 5, fig. 1.
Vitrified Brick Pavements for Country Roads. By Vernon 31. Peirce, Chief of Con-
struction, and Charles II. Moorefield, Senior Highway Engineer. Pp. 38, pls. 10, figs.
3. Contribution from the Office of Public Roads. July 24, 1915. (Department Bulle-
tin 246.) Price, 10 cents.
This bulletin describes methods of building and estimates the cost and maintenance
of brick paving.
of Pine Caused by Cronartium Pyriforme.
and William H. Long, Forest Pathologist, In
pls. 2, fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau
July 20, 1915. (Department Bulletin 247.)
bulletin discusses an important disease of I
ly described. It is intended for circulation a'
By George G. Hedgcock, Path-
vestigations in Forest Pathology.
of Plant Industry. (Professional
Price, 5 cents.
pines which is now for the first
nong botanists, foresters, nursery-
men, State inspectors, and horticulturists.
Portland Cement Concrete Pavements for Country Roads. By Charles H. Moorefield and
James T. Voshell, Senior Highway Engineers. Pp. 34, pls. 11. Contribution from
the Office of Public Roads. July 26, 1915. (Department Bulletin 249.) Price, 15
This bulletin contains reliable information on
concrete pavements for country roads. Practice
and all others interested in road making are gi
iod Plants of the Gipsy Moth in America. By F
Gipsy Moth and Brown-Tail Moth Investigation
the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.
tin 250.) Price, 10 cents.
This bulletin reports a series of investigations
determine the favored food plants of the gipsy
entomologists and to State authorities engaged
the northeastern States.
al instructions for
of Portland cement
*. H. Mosher, Entomological Assistant,
s. Pp. 39, pis. 6. Contribution from
) July 24, 1915. (Department Bulle-
conducted in 1912, 1913, and-1914 to
moth. The subject is of interest to
in the fight against the gipsy moth in
The Calosoma Beetle (Calasoma Sycophanta) in New England. By A. F. Burgess, In
Charge of Gipsy Moth and Brown-tail Moth Investigations, and C. W. Collins, En-
tomological Assistant. Pp. 40, pls. 7, map. Contribution from the Bureau of Ento-
mology. (Professional Paper.) July 27, 1915. (Department Bulletin 251.) Price,
A technical description of an enemy of the gipsy moth and a report on the results
of its introduction into the district ravaged by this insect.
Douglas Fir Pitch
Moth. By Josef Brunner, Entomological Assistant, Forest
Pp. 23, figs. 9. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology.
July 22, 1915. (Department Bulletin 255.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin is of interest to entomologists as a contribution to their specialty and
to owners and manufacturers as a business proposition.
Katydids Injurious to Oranges in California. By J. R. Horton and C. E. Pemberton,
Scientific Assistants, Tropical and Subtropical Fruit Insect Investigations. Pp. 24,
pls. 5, figs. 16. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.)
July 27, 1915. (Department Bulletin 256.) Price, 10 cents.
Technical descriptions of two katydids causing serious damage to oranges in Cali-
fornia are contained in this bulletin. Remedies and methods of control are discussed.
Progress Reports of Experiments in Dust Prevention and Road Prese
44. Contribution from the Office of Public Roads. (Professional
1915. (Department Bulletin 257.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin reports the results from a number of experiments
and road preservation conducted by the Office of Public Roads in 11
used and methods employed in the experiments, the several kinds
ing conditions of traffic, and analyses of materials and cost data
rvation, 1914. Pp.
Paper.) July 12,
in dust prevention
914. The materials
of roads and vary-
Lessons in Elementary Agriculture for Alabama Schools Outlined by Months. By E. A.
Miller, Specialist in Agricultural Education. Pp. 36. Contribution from the Office of
Experiment Stations. July 13, 1915. (Department Bulletin 258.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin is prepared especially for the use of rural school-teach
Studies on Changes in the Degree of Oxidation of Arsenic in Arsenical
By Robert M. Chapin, Senior Biochemist, Biochemic Division. Pp. 1
tribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. (Professional Paper.)
(Department Bulletin 259.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin will be of interest to cattle raisers who employ a
baths in eradicatinei the Texas-fever ticks.
ters in Alabama.
2, figs. 2. Con-
July 13, 1915.
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Crop Production n the Great Plains Area. Relation of Cultural Methods to Yields. By
E. C. Chilcett, Agriculturist in Charge, and J. S. Cole and W. W. Burr, Assistants,
Office of IDry-Land Agriculture. Pp. 28, fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of
Plant Industry. July 20, 1915. (Department Bulletin 268.) Price, 5 cents,
This bulletin is intended for all who are interested in the agricultural possibilities
of the Great Plains area.
Cereal Experiments it the Williston Station. By F. Ray Babcock, Scientific Assistant
Office of Cereal Investigations. Pp. 36, figs. 11, Contribution from the Burea of
Plant Industry. July 29, 1915. (Department Bulletin 270.) Price, 10 cents.
This bulletin presents the results of varietal tests with cereals which have been
conducted at Williston, N. Dak., Agricultural Experiment Station. The subject is of
interest to experimenters throughout the Great Plains area, and especially in western
North Dakota and eastern Montana.
Factors Governing the Successful Shipment of Red Raspberries from the Payallup Val-
ley. By H. J. Ramsey, Pomologist in Charge of Fruit-Handling and Storage Investi-
gations, Office of Horticultural and Pomological Investigations. Pp. 37, figs. 26.
Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. July 8, 1915. (Department Bulletin
274.) Price, 10 cents.
This bulletin is of interest to growers and shippers of berries generally, and espe-
cially to shippers of red raspberries, who are required to meet special problems.
In Charge of F
Pp. 15. July 2,
The Hessian Fly Situation
Insect Investigations, an
mology. Pp. 10, figs. 5.
the Relation of the Banker to the Farmer. By Bradford
farmers' Cooperative Demonstration Work in the Southern
1915. (Circular 50, Office of the Secretary.) Price, 5 cents.
in 1915. By F. M. Webster, In Charge of Cereal and Forage
SE. 0. G. Kelly, Entomological Assistant, Bureau of iEnto-
July 2, 1915. (Circular 51, Office of the Secretary.) Price,
The Work of the IHuntley Reclamation Project Experiment Farm in 1914. By Dan
Hansen, Farm Superintendent. Pp. 23, figs. 8. (Bureau of Plant Industry.) July 10,
1915. Price, 5 cents.
The .Work of the Truckee-Carson Reclamation Project Experiment Farm in 1914. By
F. B. Headley, Farm Superintendent. Pp. 12, fig. 1. Bureau of Plant Industry.
July 28, 1915. Price, 5 cents.
This publication is intended for distribution among settlers on and others interested
in this project.
Control of the Citrus Thrips in California and Arizona. By J. R. Horton, Scientific
Assistant, Tropical and Subtropical Fruit Insect Investigations. Pp. 15, figs. 7.
Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. July 8, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 674.)
This bulletin is of interest to the citrus growers of the Pacific coast and the South-
The Roundheaded Apple-Tree Borer. By Fred E. Brooks, Entomological Assistant,
Deciduous Fruit Insect Investigations. Pp. 20, figs. 19. Contribution from the Bureau
of Entomology. July 6, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 675.)
This bulletin describes an insect which in the larval or grub stage is most de-
structive to apple orchards in the eastern half of the United States. Methods for its
control are given.
house Flies. By L. 0. Howard, Chief of the Bur
ison, Scientific Assistant. Pp. 22, figs. 15. Co
mology. July 14, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 671
This bulletin supersedes Farmers' Bulletin No.
breeding places for flies are found.
The Silverfish: An Injurious Household Insect.
figs. 2. Contribution from the Bureau of
eau of Entomology, and R. H. Hutch-
ntribution from the Bureau of Ento-
459. It will be of interest wherever
By C. L. Marlatt, Entomologist. Pp. 4,
Entomology. July 14, 1915. (Farmers'
This bulletin is of special interest to housekeepers throughout the United States.
It is a revision of Circular No. 49 of the Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of
A Simple Trap Nest for Poultry. By Alfred R. Lee, Animal H
[usbandman in Poultry