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This circular will be sent regularly to all who apply for it.
ow, D. C., April SO,
No publications are eold by the Department of Agriculture; therefore do not send
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Copies of publications listed herein will be sent free upon application to the Editor
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Journal of Agricultural ]
of Roquefort Cheese.
mients with Apple Lea
spores of the Chestnut-
1-75, pls. 7, figs. 6. Pi
search. Vol. 2. No. 1. April, 1914. Contents: Flavor
y James N. Currie.-Corn-Leaf Blotch Miner. By W. J.
tihe Seed Coat of Cowpeas. By Albert Mann.--Experi-
>pot Fungi. By John W. Roberts.--Longevity of Pycno-
ight Fungus. By F. D. Heald and M. W. Gardner. Pp.
e, 25 cents.
NOTE.-TBE JOURNAL OF AGRP!CULTLi.RAL R sEAr Cn will be distributed free only to the libraries
of agricultural colleges and experiment stations, to large umversities, techuicaIl school, apd such insti-
tutions as make suitable exchange; with the department. It will not be sent free to individuals. The
Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for this putblicstion, the price being $2.50 per
year, 12 numbers.
t Station Record, Vol. XXX, No.
Pp. 101-200. Price, 15 cents.
XXX, No. 3, Abstract Number.
XXX, No. 4. March, 1914. Pp.
XXX, No. 5, April, 1914. Pp.
Pp. 201-300. Price, 15 cents.
301-400. Price, 15 cents.
401-500. Price, 15 cents.
The record contains numerous abstracts of the pubiicatious of the agricultural experiment stations
and kindred institutions in this and other countries, articles and editorials on topics of special interest
in agricultural science by American and foreign experts, and notes on the experiment stations. The
Superintendent o[ Documents has fixed the price of this serial, which is now issued in two volumes a
year, 10 numbers each, at $1 a volume.
Bureau of Chemistry. February,
Insecticide and Fungicide Board.
1914. Pp. 21-108.
March, 1914. Pp.
of Mesilla Valley,
Pp. 39, fig. 1. Map.
New Mexico-Texas. By ,
(From F. O. Soils, 1912.)
W. Nelson and
Price, 15 cents.
The Action of Manganese in Soils. By J. J. Skinner and M. X. Sullivan. Assisted
by J. H. Beattie, F. R. Reid, and H. Winckelmann, Scientists in Soil Fertility In-
vestigations. Pp. 32. Contribution from the Bureau of Soils. (Professional Pa-
per.) Apr. 3, 1914. (Department Bulletin 42.) Price, 5 cents.
The results given in this bulletin throw considerable light on the effect of this catalytic fertility in
various soils. Manganese as a fertilizer is comparatively unlmown and untried in this country, so that
discussion of its action is necessarily scientific, yet of great interest to those growers whose technical
training induces them to experiment with new substances to increase or control crop production.
Immunization Tests With Glanders Vaccine. By John R. Mohler and Adolph Eich-
horn, Pathological Division. Pp. 13. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal
Industry. (Professional Paper.) Apr. 15, 1914. (Department Bulletin 70.)
Price, 5 cents.
A technical discussion of the use of mallein
a diagnostic agent for glanders; of interest to veteri-
Wet Lands of Southern Louisiana and Their Drainage. B
ainage Engineer. Pp. 82, pIs. 4, figs. 18. Contribution
:periment Stations. (Professional Paper.) Apr. 30, 1914.
letin 71.) Price, 15 ce
Sy Charles W. Okey,
from the Office of
Ifalfa Seed Production; Pollination Studies. By C. V. Piper, Agrostologist in
Charge, and Morgan W. Evans, Roland McKee, and W. J. Morse, Scientific Assist-
ants, Forage-Crop Investigations. Pp. 32, fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of
Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) Apr. 8, 1914. (Department Bulletin 75.)
Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin deals with the biological problems concerned in the pollination and fecundation of the
alfalfa flower. It is intended primarily for technical agronomists and botanists.
Laboratory and Field Assay of Arsenical Dipping Fluids. By Robert M. Chapin;
Senior Biochemist, Biochemic Division. Pp. 17, fig. 1. Contribution from the
Bureau of Animal Industry. (Professional Paper.) Apr. 29, 1914; (Department
Price, 5 cents.
A popular account of laboratory tests for actual grsenious oxid and for total arsenic, together with
methods of field assay for dips used in tick eradication. Of special interest to officials and others
concerned with the analysis and control of these preparations.
Studies o.n the Curing of Leaf Tobacco. By W. W. Garner, Physiologist in
C. W. Bacon, Assistant Physiologist, and C. L. Foubert, Assistant in To-
)hemistry, Tobacco and Plant-Nutrition Investigations. Pp. 40. Contri-
from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) Apr. 23, 1914.
ment Bulletin 79.)
Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin gives the results of a study of the physiological changes occurring in curing tobacco in
the barn and is of special interest to those concerned with the improvement of tobacco curing.
Powdery Scab (Spongospora subterranea) of Potatoes. By I. E. Melhus, Patholo-
gist, Cotton and Truck Disease and Sugar-Plant Investigations. Pp. 16, pls. 3.
Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) Apr. 6.
Experiments with Udo, the New Japanese Vegetable. By David Fairchild, Agri-
cultural Explorer in Charge of the Office of Foreign Seed and Plant Introduction.
Pp. 15., figs. 12. Contribution from the Bureau of Plar t Industry. Apr. 16, 1914.
(Department Bulletin 84. ) Price, 5 cents.
Results ofexperiments in Maryland. Gives methods of cultivation. preparing, and cooking. Adaptod
to New England, the Atlantic States as far south as the Carolinas, the rainy region of Puget Sound, and
the truck sections of California about Sacramen to.
The Cost. of Pasteurizi
Division. Pp. 12,
(Professional paper. ;
ng Milk and Cream.
fig. 1. Contribution
By John T. Bowen,
from the Bureau c
,f Animal Industry.
This bulletin deals with the cost of pasteurization from an engineering, point of view. It contains
desirable information for proprietors of creameries and milk plants and for designers and manufacturers
of pasteurizing apparatus.
The Temperature of the Honey Bee Cluster in Winter.
in Charge of Bee Culture Investigations, and Georj
Assistant. Pp. 16, figs. 2. Contribution from the B
30, 1914. (Department Bulletin 93.) Price, 5 cents.
By E. F. Phillips, Ph. D.,
S. Demuth. Agricultural
reau of Entomology. Apr.
This bulletin presents studies of bees as affected by temperature conditions during winter and is of
special interest to beekeepers in the North.
Alum in foods. Pp. 7. Contribution from the Referee Board of Consulting Scientific
Experts. (Professional Paper.) Apr. 29, 1914. (Department Bulletin 103.)
Price, 5 cents.
Findings of the Referee Board of Consulting Experts on the effects of the use of alum in food.
American Black Flies or Buffalo Gnats. By J. K. Malloch,
Pp. 72, pls. 6. Apr. 6, 1914. (Technical series, No. 26,
Price, 15 cents.
Bureau of Entomology.)
The Organic Nitrogen of Hawaiian Scils. By W. P. Kelley, Chemist, and
Thompson, Assistant. Chemist. Pp. 22. Apr. 25, 191-4. (Bulletin 33,
Agricultural Experiment Station.) Price, 5 cents.
Texas or Tick Fever.
24, figs. 5. Contribt
(Farmers' Bulletin 56
By John R. Mohler, Chie
of the Pathological Division.
This bullet in is a revision of and supersedes Farmers' Bullet in 258.
out the South.
It is of interest to farmers throunh-
The Angora Goat. i
By L. L.
Heller, Animal Husbandry
eau of Animal Industry.
16, figs. 6.
Th is is a popular paper suitable for present and prospective Angora goat raisers; it is especially adapted
to the Southwest and the recently cleared portions of the North, and Northwest.
Poultry House Construction. By Alfred R.
Poultry Investigations, Animal Husbandry
tion from the Bureau of Animal Industry.
Lee, Junior Animal
Division. Pp. 20, figs
Apr. 7, 1914. (Farmer
. 13. Contribu-
s' Bulletin 574.)
This bulletin gives practical instruction for locating and constructing poultry houses.
for general circulat ion.
Crimson Clover: Utilization. By J. M.
Investigations, Office of Forage-Crop
tion from the Bureau of Plant Industry.
It is adapted
Westgate, Agronomist in Charge of Clover
Investigations. Pp. 10, figs. 7. Contribu-
Apr. 17, 1914. (Farmers' Bulletin 579.)
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The Agricultural Outlook.
Contribution from the Bureau of Statistics.
Pp. 20. (Farmers' Bulletin 590.)
Contents.--Losses of live stock-Winter wheat forecast-Florida and California crop report-Louisiana
sugar crop of 1913-Trend of prices of farm products-H0w to use anti-hog-cholera serum.
PUBLICATIONS OF THE
Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only from the Chief of the W'eat her Bureau or the
Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, at the pries noted herein.
National Weekly Weather Bulletin Nos. 4, 5, 6, for April, 1914, reporting temperature
and rainfall, with a summary of weather conditions throughout the United States.
(Weekly April-September, Monthly remainder of year.) Price 25 cents a year.
Jos. A. ARNOLD,
Editor and Chief Division of Publications.
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