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Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. II, No. 5,
Leaf-Spot, and Stem-Blight of the Eggplant,
L. L. Harter.-Head Smut of Sorghum ai
Oxidases in Healthy and in Curly-Dwarf Pot
404, pl. 26-37, figs. 29. Price, 25 cents.
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August, 1914. Contents:
Caused by Phomopsis Ve
Id Maize. By Alden A.
atoes. By H. H. Bunzel.
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NoTE.--Contain information, instr actions, and notices of a regulatory nature. Issued monthly by
certain b 'rca s. Frea distrib tion limited to individ als, firms, establishments, and journals espe-
ciaUy coneened. Others desiring copies may obtain then fro-n the Saperintendeat of Doejments,
Government Printing Oice, at 5 cents each.
Bureau of Animal Industry.
Bureau of Chemistry.
Bureau of Chemistry.
Aug. 3, 1914.
Federal Horticultural Board.
Aug. 15, 1914.
Insecticide and Fungicide Board.
June and July, 1914.
Aug. 20, 1914.
Soil Survey of Miller County, Georgia. By Risden T. Allen and E. J. Grimes. Pp.
34, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Jewell County, Kansas. By A. E. Kocher, of the U. S. Department
of Agriculture, and J. P. Stack, E. H. Soies, and R. I. Throckmorton, of the Kansas
State Agricultural College. Pp. 44, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1912.) Price,
Soil Survey of Pike County, Missouri. By A. T. Sweet, of the U.
Agriculture, and E. C. Hall, of the University of Missouri. Pp
(From F. O. Soils, 1912.) Price, 15 cents.
S. Department ox
.44, fig. 1, map.
Domestic Breeds of Sheep in America. By E. L. Shaw and L. L. Heller Animal
Husbandry Division. Pp. 59, pls. 28. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal
Industry. Aug. 17, 1914. (Department Bulletin 94.) Price, 25 cents.
This bulletin gives detailed information as to the origin, adaptability, distribution, distinguishing
characteristics, etc., of the various domestic breeds of sheep. It is of especial interest to sheep
breeders and to the sheep grower who is desirous of securing the best breed adapted to his particular
The Application of Refrigeration to the Handling of Milk. By John T. Bowen,
Technologist, Dairy Division. Pp. 88, figs. 37. Contribution from the Bureau of
Animal Industry. (Professional Paper.) Aug. 14, 1914. (Department Bulletin
98.) Price, 10 cents.
Discusses the application of refrigeration in the operation of the modem milk plant and describes the
various forms of mechanical and other systems of cooling. Of interest to producers, shippers, dealers,
and consumers of milk generally, and also to manufacturers of refrigeration machinery and appliances.
Walnut Aphides in California. By W. M. Davidson, Scientific Assistant, Deciduous
Fruit Insect Investigations. Pp. 48, pls. 4, figs. 18. Contribution from the Bureau
of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) Aug. 31, 1914. (Department Bulletin 100.)
Price, 10 cents.
Of interest to growers of English Walnuts in general.
Harmful Effects of Aldehydes in Soils. By Oswald Schreiner and J. J. Skinner,
Scientists in Soil Fertility Investigations. Pp. 26, pls. 8. Contribution from the
Bureau of Soils. (Professional Paper.) Aug. 5, 1914. (Department Bulletin 108.)
The Oat Aphis. By J. J. Davis, Entomological Assistant, Cereal and Forest Insect
Investigations. Pp. 16, figs. 9. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology.
Aug. 21, 1914. (Department Bulletin 112.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin describes an insect found on the small grains, more especially oans. The br:lletin is
of interest to growers of cereals.
The Lesser Bud-Moth. By E. W. Scott and J. H. Paine, Entomological Assistants,
Deciduous Fruit Insect Investigations. Pp. 16, pis. 2, fig. 1. Contribution from
the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) Aug. 22, 1914. (Department
Bulletin 113.) Price, 5 cents.
Describes an imported insect which is very destructive to several kinds of growing fruit and has
attained quite wide distribution throughout the Northeastern and North Central States.
The Inorganic Composition of Some Important American Soils. By W. O. Robinson,
Scientist in Soil Laboratory Investigations. Pp. 27. Contribution from the
Bureau of Soils. (Professional Paper.) Aug. 24, 1914. (Department Bulletin 122.)
Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin gives the results of chemical and mineralogical investigations oI certain important soils.
The inorganic part alone is considered, and special attention is given to the ;o-ealled rare elements.
It is technical and intended for the use of research workers in agricultural chemistry and teachers in
the same field. It will also be found of secondary interest to practical agriculturists.
The Alfalfa Caterpillar. By V. L.
Forage Insect Investigations.
Bureau of Entomology. Aug.
Wildermuth, Entomological Assistant, Cereal and
Pp. 40, pls. 2, figs. 20. Contribution from the
28, 1914. (Department Bulletin 124.) Price, 10
This bulletin is especially applicable to the Southwest, where the alfalfa caterpillar occurs in destruc-
tive numbers in irrigated alfalfa fields.
Operating Costs of a Well-Established New York Apple Orchard. By G. H. Miller,
Assistant, Office of Farm Management. Pp. 10, figs. 3. Contribution from the
Bureau of Plant Industry. Aug. 21, 1914. (Department Bulletin 130.) Price,
This bulletin contains data on the cost of producing apples in a mature orchard operated in connection
with a general farm in western New York. The information is applicable to all similar operations.
Correlation in t
July 31, 1914.
idy of Egg Production in
;he Physical Characters
e Agricultural Experim
.e Agricultural Experin
(Bulletin 110, Part 3, Bu
of the Egg. By Raymond Pearl, Ph. D.,
ent Station, and Frank Surface, Ph. D.,
lent Station. Pp. vi+171-241, figs. 14.
reau of Animal Industry.) Price, 10 cents.
Absorption of Fertilizer Salts
Chemist. Pp. 32. Aug. 24,
Price, 5 cents.
by Hawaiian Soils.
1914. (Bulletin 35,
Directory of Officials and Organizations Concerned with the Protection of Birds and
Game, 1914. Pp. 16. Aug. 22, 1914. (Biological Survey.)
The Pink Bollworm. By W. D. Hunter, In Charge of Southern Field Crop Insect
Investigations, Bureau of Entomology. Pp. 6, figs. 5. Aug. 7, 1914. (Bureau of
Entomology.) Price, 5 cents.
This circular gives information about an insect that damages cotton crops and whose importation into
this country is to be guarded against. It is of especial interest to both cotton growers and manufacturers.
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Production of Clean Milk. Prepared in the Dairy Division. Pp.
bution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. Aug. 21, 1914.
18, figs. 6. Contri-
This bulletin is intended to be of special value to all persons engaged in the production of milk, and
also to consumers who are interested in procuring clean, safe milk.
Arsenical Cattle Dips: Methods of Preparation and Directions for Use. By Robert
M. Chapin, Senior Biochemist, Biochemic Division. Pp. 16, fig. 1. Contribution
from the Bureau of Animal Industry. Aug. 14, 1914. (Farmers' Bulletin 603.)
Applicable only to that part of the United States infected with the Texas fever tick.
Collection and Preservation of Insects and Other Material for Use in the Study of
Agriculture. By C. H. Lane, Chief Specialist in Agricultural Education, and Nathan
Banks, Entomological Assistant. Pp. 18, figs. 15. Contribution from the Office of
Experiment Stations and the Bureau of Entomology. Aug. 20, 1914. (Farmers'
This bulletin is intended for the use of teachers in rural schools throughout the country.
Removal of Garlic Flavor from Milk and Cream. By S. Henry Ayers, Bacteriologist,
and W. T. Johnson, Jr., Scientific Assistant, Dairy Division. Pp. 4, fig. 1. Con-
tribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. Aug. 6, 1914. (Farmers' Bul-
Of interest to dairymen and milk dealers generally.
The Agricultural Outlook.
22, 1914. Pp. 41, figs. 5.
Contribution from the Bureau of Crop Estimates.
(Farmers' Bulletin 615.)
CONTENTS: General review of crop conditions, August 1, 1914-Outlook for 1914 foreign wheat crop-
Cotton condition, July 1, 1914, with comparisons-Apple-crop forecast-Sugar-beet forecast-Durume
wheat exports-Trend of prices of farm products-Acreage, conditions, forecast, and prices of specified
crops (tables)-Prices of farm products (tables).
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Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only from the Chief of the Weather Bureau or
the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, at the prices noted herein.
Bulletin of the Mount Weather Observatory, Vol. 6, Pt.
265, pis. 3, figs. 36. (W. B. No. 532.) Aug. 20, 1914.
5 (Final Number).
Price, 25 cents.
National Weather and Crop Bulletin, August 4, 11, 18, 25, 1914, reporting tempera-
ture, rainfall, and crop conditions throughout the United States. (Issued weekly,
on Tuesday, April to October; monthly remainder of year.)
NOTE.-The publication of the National Weather Bulletin in the single sheet form was discontinued
with the issue of June 29, 1914. Hereafter this bulletin will appear in quarto form of eight or more pages,
and in addition to the usual weather and crop information it will contain diagrams showing for the pre-
ceding weeks, from the beginning of the season, the temperature and precipitation conditions over the
larger crop-growing areas, with departures from the normal values. The diagrams will likewise contain
certain data showing the condition of the principal crops in these areas from month to month. These
latter will be furnished by the Bureau of Crop Estimates, U. S. Department of Agriculture.
Jos. A. ABROLD,
Editor and Chief Division of Publication.