Monthly list of publications

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Monthly list of publications
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United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Publications
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United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Publications.
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This circular will be sent regularly to all


United


States


Department


WA~sH I NGTO N


who apply


Agriculture,


'., Neptzember 30, 1915.


MONTHLY


LIST


PUBLICATIONS.


[SEPTEMBER,


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'I.-
WSA Si;;~
.4IX.


": 'Copies of.any of the publications listed herein, ex
eitural' Research, Experiment Station Record,


Weather


Bureau,


may


be obtained


Chief of the Division of Publications,


-Ltu


re, Washington, D. C., a
When this department's


from


Superintendent of


ington, D. C., by purchase only,
Send all remittances to the


ee upon applies
United States


is long as the department
supply is exhausted, pub


Documents,


Govern mei


cept the Journ


al of


Id publications


nation to the E
Department of


's supply


ditoi


Agri-
f the
r and


Agricul-


lasts.


ulicat ions can
nt Printing (


and at the prices noted herein.


Superintendent


Documents


office is not a part of the Department of Agriculture.


be obtained


)fflce,


Wash-


direct.


SERI. LS.


Jouruni


to Birth


of Agriculture


Degree of


as Twins


Elmer Roberts.


Cause


-Soi


of a Root Di


IResea rch.


Vol. 4.


Resembla ncee


for Registered
1 Protozoa. B:


Seas e


and Contents of Volume IV.


NOTE.-THE JOURNAL. OF


of agricultural


and such


the libraries


technical school


meant.


It will


septelnhler. i,


of P:I rents
Sh rojlshi re


y George


r C(a:ue anim
479-579 +


AGRICULTURAL
colleges a ndl


institutions


not be sent free to individuals.


' receive subscriptions for this publication, the price


with Respe

Sheep.


LI. L.


P. Koch.-Tyvlech. us
rlullinal. Iv N. A. (


RESEARCH
exnpriment


will be di


I'r'ie, 125
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stribute: t
to lari.Tu


as 1make suitalile e'.(hbanges


with


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cents.


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free oll/


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The Superintndh-ent of DorlImnliFejts


being


.S*2.50 per year, 12 number'.


ndI i *lr


Experiment
Allen, Ph.


Station


Record


D., Editor.


Vol. XXXI


201-300.


. Nio.


A.!str:;1 t


Num I ser


Price. 15 cents.


NoTrE.-The Record iA a technical review of the worlhl'


Ing to agriculture.


srien it iv-*


It is not intended for general distribution, aud it


is restricted to persons connected with
and similar institutions, and to librarki
individuals having no official connection
of Documents will receive subscription


.times a year, ten numbers each,


The Monthly Crop Report.
reau of Crop Estimates.)
The Monthly Crop Report
of acreage, condition, yield, p


ra


Vol. 1.


thr n;iric.'ultural
?s and exchange".


with publi,-


collegt*g-,


insritutiionw.


for this publication,
volu mle.


Rep'teinll~er


contains daLt relating tio a.ri.ul


riches, and


value hi


uf l'(crop


atnd I i


litiera tui- pLrt i
s free i .li.strilluti


ex perinlent


can not be ?%ent


stations.


The Sul-.rintr n .lrn t


whi

1915.


41-.2.


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SoIl SURVEYS.


Soil Reconnoissance in Alaska, With an Estimate of the
cities. By Hugh I. Bennett and Thomas D. Rice. Pp.
(From F. O. Soils, 1914.) Price, 85 cents.


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202, pls mps 2.


Soil Survey of Hernando County, Florida. By Grove B. Jones and T. Mor-
rison. Pp. 30, ps. 4, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1914.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Terrell County, Georgia. By David D. Long, of the Georgia
State College of Agriculture, and Mark Baldwin, of the T. S. Department of
Agriculture. Pp. 62, fig.,1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1914.) Price, 15 cents.


Survey


Iowan


County,


North


U. S. Department of Agriculture,
Department of Agriculture. Pp.
Price, 15 cents.


Carolina.


BR B, Hardison,


of the


,and R. C. Jurney, of the North Carolina
47, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1914.)


Soil Survey of Paulding County, Ohio. By H. G. Lewis, of the U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture, and Carl W. Shiffler, of the Ohio Agricultural Experi-
ment Station. Pp. 29, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1914.) Price, 15 cents.

BULLETINS.


Dates of Egypt and the Sudan. By S. C. Mason, Arboriculturist, Crop Physt-
ology and Breeding Investigations. Pp. 40, pis. 16, figs. 9. Contribution
from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) Sept. 28, 1915.
(Department Bulletin 271.) Price, 20 cents.
A description of date culture and varieties grown in Egypt.
The Southern Cypress. By Wilbur I. Mattoon, Forest Examiner. Pp. 74, pls.
11, figs. 7. Contribution from the Forest Service. Sept. 27, 1915. (Depart-
ment Bulletin 272.) Price, 20 cents.
Describes range, supply, methods of lumbering, and markets and prices of cypress.


The Pea Aphis
Assistant, Ce
bution from
1915. (Depa
A technical
dietrbution.


With Relatioi
real and Fora
the Bureau c
rtment Bulleti
publication of


a to Forage Crops. By J.. JI
ge Insect Investigations. Pp.
>f Entomology. (Professional
in 276.) Price, 15 cents.
interest to entomologists, and no


)avis, Entomological
67, figs. 16. Contri-
Paper.) Sept. 29,


,t euikable


Food Habits of the Thrushes of the United States. By F. E. L. Beal, Assistant
Biologist. Pp. 23, figs. 2. Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Survey.
(Professional Paper.) Sept. 27, 1915. (Department Bulletin 280.) Price,
5 cents.
Treats of the economic relations and value to agriculture of the thrushes of the
United States other than robins and bluebirds.
The Production of Sulphuric Acid and a Proposed New Method of Manufacture.
By William H. Waggaman, Scientist in Fertilizer Investigations. Pp. 9,
fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Soils. (Professional Paper.) Sept.
28, 1915. (Department Bulletin 283.) Price, 10 cents.
Technical in character and not for msceelaneous distribution.


Construction
31, 1914.
Engineer
.(T!l~Pr


n and Maintenance of Roads and Bridges from July 1, 1918, to Dec.
Pp. 64. Contribution from the Office of Inblic Roads and Rural
ng. Sept. 17, 1915. (Department Bulletin 284.) Price, 10 cents.


general










Custom Ginning as a Factor in Cotton-Seed Deterioration.


Plant Breeder, and P


Cardon,


Assistant Agronomist,


By D. A. Saunders,


Office


of Crop


climatization.


Sept. 7,


figs. 5.


1915.


Contribution from the


(Department Bulletin


288. )


Bureau of Plant Indus-


Price, 5 cents.


Should be of service to all who are interested in the production and maintenance of
pure cotton seed.


Red-Clover Seed Production


Pollination Studies.


ByJ


M. Westgate and H.


Coe, Office of Forage Crop Investigations


of the I
Pammel
31, figs.
Paper.)


Indiana
. and J.


Agricultural


A. T. Wiancko and F. E. Robbins,


Experiment Station


and H.


D. Hughes,


N. Martin, of the Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station.


. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry.


Sept. 21, 1915.


(Department Bulletin 289.)


Price,


L. H.
Pp.


(Professional


5 cents.


Of special interest to those engaged in the production of clover
purposes.


seed for commercial


Apple Market Investigations, 1914-15.


By Clarence


Moomaw, Specialist in


Cooperative Organization,


and Standards.


kets and


Rural


M. Stewart,


pl. 1, charts 12.


Organization.


Sept.


Assistant


in Market


Grades


Contribution from the Office of Mar-


1915.


(Department


Bulletin 302.)


Price, 10 cents.


Of general interest to apple growers, shippers, dealers, transportation
consumers, and to all engaged in the trade in apples and fruits.


companies, and


A Review of the American Moles.


gist, Biological Survey.
ican Fauna, No. 38.)


By Hartley


Pp. 100, pls. 6, figs.
Price, 20 cents.


H. T. Jackson, A
. Sept. 30, 1915.


assistant Biolo-
(North Amer-


Technical in character and not for miscellaneous distribution.
Inventory of Seeds and Plants Imported by the Office of Foreign Seed and Plant


Introduction,


Mar. 31,
10 cents.


1913.


Bureau


of Plant


Pp. 51, pls.


Industry,


During


(Inventory No. 34


the Perio(
Nos. 34728


from


Jan.


to 35135.)


Price,


The department's


supply of this publication is exhausted.


FARMERS'


BULLETINS.


Squab Raising.


tions,


Animal


Alfred R. Lee, Animal Husbandman


Husbandry


Bureau of Animal Industry.


Division.


Sept. 13, 1915.


Poultry


Contribution


(Farmers' Bulletin 684.


Investiga-
from the


Discusses the general management of pigeons for the production of squabs, and also
contains a summary of data secured from pigeon breeders throughout the United


States.
market.


It will be of interest to


anyone


considering the


production


of squabs


Uses


of Sorghum Grain.


By Carleton R. Ball,


Agronomist in Charge, and Ben-


ton E. Rothgeb, Scientific Assistant, Grain-Sorghum and Broom-Corn Investi-


gations.
Sept. 22


Pp.
1915.


15, figs. 12.
(Farmers'


Contribution from
Bulletin 686.)


the Bureau


of Plant


Industry


Suitable for distribution in the


southern part of the Great Plains area.


Eradication of


Ferns from


H. R. Cox, Agriculturist,


Pasture


Lands in


the Eastern


Office of Farm Management.


tribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry.


United


Pp. 12,


Sept. 18, 1915.


States.


(Farmers'


Con-
Bul-


letin 687.)


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rr


Game Laws for 1915.


- ~Sr


A Summary of the Provisions IRelating to Seasons, Ex-


port, Sale, Limits, and Licenses, for the United States and Canada.


Palmer,


F. Bancroft, and Frank L. Earnshaw.


tion from the Bureau of Biological Survey. Se:
tin 692.)
For general distribution.
SEPARATES.

Statistics of Crops Other Than Grain Crops, 1914.


Yearbook 1914.)


Pp. 64, figs.


pt. 15, 1915.


Pp. 557-612.


Price, 5 cents.


By T. S.
Contribu-


(Farmers' Bulle-
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(Separate 6W1


. PUBLICATIONS OF THE


WEATHER BUREATr.


Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only from the Chief of the
weather Bureau or the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printin
fice. at the prices noted herein.


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National Weather and Crop Bulletin, Nos. 25, 26, 27, 28, September, 1915. report-


ing temperature, rainfall,
(Issued weekly on Wedne
Price, 25 cents a year.


and crop conditions th
sday, April to October;


Iroughout the United Sfat~s.
monthly remainder of .ven,)


Jos. A. ARNOLD,
Editor and Chief Division of Publicato i
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