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This circular will be sent regularly to all who apply for it.


United


States


Department


Agriculture,


WASHINGTO


N, D. C., AuLg.


31, 1915.


MONTHLY


LIST


PUBLICATIONS.


[AUGUST, 1915.]


No publications are sold by the Department of Agriculture; therefore do not send money to
this olice.
Copes of any of the publications listed herein, except the Journal of Agricultural Research,
SExpelrment 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 Depart-
pent pf Agriculture, Washington, D. C., as long as the department's supply lasts.
Whpn this department's supply is exhausted, publications can be obtained from the Superin-
tende(t of Documents, .Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., by purchase only, and
at th prices noted herein.
Seah all remittances to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office is not a part cf
the rtment of Agriculture.
-* .


SERIALS.


Journal of Agricultural Research.


Vol. 4, No.


August, 191


Contents: Tensile S
hiam D. Tallman.--In
meet of Plants. By
Embryology of Toxop
for Dairy Cows. By
i turtium Wilt Caused
Metabolism of Lambs
I Ross, M. H. Keith, an
Brawn. Pp. 379-478,
3 NOTE.--THE JOTURN
the libraries of agric
technical schools, and
ment. It will not be
receive subscriptions :


strength and Elasticity of Wool. By Robert F. Miller and Wil-
fluence of Hybridization and Cross-Pollination on Water Require-
Lyman J. Briggs and H. L. Shantz.-Further Studies of the
,tera Graminum. By W. J. Phillips.--Prickly-Pears as a Feed
T. E. Woodward, W. F. Turner, and David Griffiths.-A Nas-
by Bacterium Solanacearum. By Mark K. Bryan.-Phosphorus
Fed a Ration of Alfalfa Hay, Corn, and Linseed Meal. By E. L.
d H. S. Grindley.-A Bacterial Disease of Lettuce. By Nellie A.
pls. 5, figs. 5. Price, 25 cents.
AL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH will be distributed free only to
culturall colleges and experiment stations, to large universities,
I such institutions as make suitable exchanges with the depart-
sent free to individuals. The Superintendent of Documents will
for this publication, the price being $2.50 per year, 12 numbers.


Experiment Station Record, Vol. XXXIII,
Editor. Pp. 101-200. Price, 15 cents.


No. 2.


August, 1915.


E. W. Allen, Ph.


iane, Vol. XXXII, Index Number. Pp. 901-1000. Aug. 31, 1915. Price, 15 cents.
NOTE.-The Record is a technical review of the world's scientific literature pertain-
ing to agriculture. It is not intended for general distribution, and its free distribution
is restricted to persons connected with the agricultural colleges, experiment stations,
and similar institutions, and to libraries and exchanges. It can not be sent free to
individuals having no official connection with public institutions. The Superintendent of
Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, which is issued in two volumes
a year, ten numbers each, at $1 a volume.


Lr he Monthly Crop Repo
Estimates.)
The monthly Crop
of acreage, condition,


rt.


VoI. 1,


No. 4, August 17, 1915.


Pp. 29-40.


(Bureau of


Crog


Report contains data relating to agriculture, including estimates
yield, prices and value of crops and live stock.


SERVICE AND REGULATORY


ANNOUNCEMENTS.


These contain only information, instructions, and notices governing the e
of the pure food and quarantine laws, and the various regulations of the 4
Issued monthly by certain bureaus. Free distribution is limited to persons in
Sof the department, to public officials whose duties render it necessary for th
Snn inh" tflnfrmntin +tn nin alr no l annin1lr annn cnarn antI +tn mannufantra riif


enforcement
department.
the employ
em to have
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SOIL


Soil Survey of Muskogee County, Oklahoma
Ewing Scott, and H. W. Hawker. Pp.
1913.) Price, 15 cents.


SURVEYS.


. By Grove B. Jones, Cornelius Van Duyne,
43, pls. 2, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils,


BULLETINS.


Testing G
Husmar


fig. 1.
6, 1915.


ra


pe


Varieties in


the Vinifera


Regions of the


in, Pomologist in Charge of Viticultural Invei
Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry.


(Department Bulletin 209.)


Price,


25 cents.


Un


sti:


ited States. By George C,
nations. Pp. 157, pls. 10,
(Professional Paper.) Aug.


Of interest to grape


growers


throughout the United States.


The Toxicity t
Preservation.
Scientific As
Contribution


1915.


:o Fungi
By C.
sistant,


from


of Various


0


and Salts,


J. Humphrey, Assistan
ifice of Investigations


the Bureau


(Department Bulletin 227.)


of Plant


Indu


Particularly


Those


It Pathologist, and 1
in Forest Pathology.
stry. (Professional


Price, 10 cents.


RUt


Used in Wood
:h TM. Fleming,
Pp. 38, pls. 4.


Paper.)


This bulletin


gives


the results of a series of investigations conducted at the Forest


Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis., as to the preservative value of
salts and their toxic effect on wood-destroying fungi.


various oils and


Cent Studies
Assistant. S(


of the Mexican


uthern


Field


Crop


from the Bureau of Entomology.


Bulletin 231.)


Price, 5 cents.


Cotton


SIt'


Weevil.


Lsect Investigations.
(Professional Paper


By B. R. Coad,
Pp. 34, fig. 1.
.) Aug. 2, 1915.


Entomological
Contribution
(Department


This bulletin is of interest to entomologists in the cotton belt.


Fleas.


By F. C. Bishopp, Entomological


nations. Pp. 31, figs. 9.
(Department Bulletin 248.)


Assistant


, Southern Field Crop


Contribution from Bureau of Entomol
Price, 5 cents.


Insect Investi-


ogy. Aug.


1915.


The activities of fleas as carriers of bubonic plague and other diseases,
upon poultry, and as pests to man and other animals are presented in
Descriptions, life history, breeding places, hosts, and methods of era
control are given.


fe History of the Codling Moth in Maine. 1By E. H. Siegler and
Entomological Assistants, Deciduous Fruit Insect Investigations. P
9. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional I


1915.


(Department Bulletin


252. )


Price, 10 cents.


as parasites
this bulletin.
dication and


F. L. Simanton,


p. 50, pis.
Paper.) 1


, figs.
g. 10,


Of interest to fruit growers in the New England States.
Outlets and Methods of Sale for Shippers of Fruits and Vegetables. By J. W. Fisher,
jr., and J. H. Collins, Assistants in Market Surveys, and Wells A. Sherman, Specialist
in Market Surveys. Pp. 28. Contribution from the Office of Markets and Rural


Organization.


Aug. 16, 1915.


(Department Bulletin 266.)


Price,


cents.


This bulletin should be of interest to shippers, dealers, and consumers of fruits and
vegetables throughout the United States.


Methods of


Wholesale


J. H. Collins


and J.


Distribution


W.


Specialist in Market Servi
and Rural Organization.


of Fruits


Fisher, jr., Sc
ce. Pp. 28, fig.
Aug. 16, 1915.


*ient
2.


and Vegetables
ific Assistants,


on Large
and Wells


Markets. By
A. Sherman,


Contribution from the Office of Markets


(Department Bulletin 267.)


Price,


cents.


This bulletin should be of interest to shippers, dealers, and consumers of fruits and


vegetables throughout the


United States.


Farmers' Institute Work in the United States in 1914, and Notes on Agricultural Exten-
sion Work in Foreign Countries. By J. M. Stedman, Farmers' Institute Specialist.
Pp. 21. (Contribution from the Office of Experiment Stations. July 31, 1915. (De-


apartment Bulletin 209.)


Price,


cents.


This publication is of interest to farmers' institutes and other agricultural
sion workers in the United States and Canada.


exten-


Dispersion of Gipsy-Moth Larvse by the Wind. By C. W. Collins, Entomological Assistant, I
Gipsy Moth and Brown-tail Moth Investigations. Pp. 23, pls. 6, map. Contribution
from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) Aug. 24, 1915. (Department


Bulletin


273.)


Price, 15 cents.


Re









3

Correlatig Agriculture with the Public School Subjects in the Northern States. By
C. H. Lane, Chief Specialist in Agricultural Education, and F. E. Heald. Assistant in
Agricultural Education. Pp. 42, figs. 6. Contribution from the States Relations Serv-
ice. Aug. 12, 1915. (Department Bulletin 281.) Price, 10 cents.
This bulletin is prepared especially for the use of rural-school teachers in the North-
ern States.


Study of the Soft Resins in Sulphured ar
Storage. By G. A. Russell, Expert, Drug
Pp. 19, figs. 10. Contribution from the
Paper.) Aug. 11, 1915. (Department Bull
This bulletin presents the results obtained
the extent and character of the changes in
editions of curing and storage. The soft r
cipal factor in determining the commercial


id Unsulphured Hops in Cold and in Open
:-Plant and Poisonous-Plant Investigations.
Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional
etin 282.) Price, 5 cents.
id from experiments conducted to determine
the soft resins in hops under varying con-
'esins, or so-called bitter acids, are a prin-
value of hops.


Rail Shipments and Distribution of Fresh Tomatoes, 1914. By Wells A. Sherman,
Specialist in Market Surveys, and Paul Froehlich and Houston F. Walker, Scientific
Assistants. Pp. 12. figs. 2. Contribution from the Office of Markets and Rural Organi-
zation. Aug. 30, 1915. (Department Bulletin 290.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin is of general interest to tomato growers, shippers, dealers, trans-
portation companies, and consumers, and to all engaged in the trade in tomatoes and
vegetables.
Peach Supply and Distribution in 1914. By Wells A. Sherman, Specialist in Market Sur-
veys ; Houston F. Walker, Scientific Assistant; L. Herbert Martin, Assistant in Market
Surveys. Pp. 15, fig. 1. Contribution from the Office of Markets and Rural Organiza-
tion. Aug. 31, 1915. (Department Bulletin 298.) Price, 5 cents.


This bulletin is of general interest to peach growers, shippers, dealers,
tion companies, and consumers.


transporta-


Biochemical Decomposition of Nitrogenous Substan
ist. Pp. 25, fig. 1. Aug. 3, 1915. (Bulletin
Station.) Price, 5 cents.


in Soils.
Hawaii


By W. B. Kelley, Chem-
Agricultural Experiment


The Soils of the
Thompson. Pp.
Price, 5 cents.


Hawaiian Islands. By
35. Aug. 26, 1915.


W. P. Kelley,
(Bulletin 40,


Wm. McGeorge, and
Hawaii Experiment


Alice R.
Station.)


The Work of the Belle Fourche Reclamation Project
Beyer Aune, Farm Superintendent. Pp. 15, figs. 2.
Industry.) Price, 5 cents.


Experiment Farm in 1914. By
Aug. 28, 1915. (Bureau of Plant


The Work of the
Superintendent.
5 cents.


San Antonio Experiment Farm in 1914. By S. H. Hastings,
Pp. 15, figs. 6. Aug. 28, 1915. (Bureau of Plant Industry.)


Farm
Price,


Directory of Officials and Organizations concerned with the Protection of Birds and Game,
1915. Pp. 16. Aug. 11, 1915. .(Doc. 101, Biological Survey.) Price, 5 cents.

SEPARATES.


Story of the Thermometer and Its Uses in Agriculture.
Director, Weather Bureau. Pp. 157-166, figs. 3.
Price, 5 cents.


By Alfred H. Thiessen, Section
(Separate 635, Yearbook 1914.)


Cooperative Marketing, and Financing of Marketing Associations. By
and Clarence W. Moomaw, Specialists in Cooperative Marketing, and
Investigator in Market Business Practice, Office of Markets and Rural
Pp. 185-210. (Separate 637, Yearbook 1914.) Price, 5 cents.


State Management of Public Roads: Its Development and
backer, Chief of Road Economics, Office of Public Roads.


(Separate 638, Yearbook 1914.)


Price, 5 cents.


C. E. Bassett
W. II. Kerr,
Organization.


Trend. By J. E. Penny-
Pp. 211-226, pls. 2, figs. 3.
*


Movement f:
Estimates.


rom City and
Pp. 257-274.


Town to Farms. By George K.
(Separate 641, Yearbook 1914.)


Holmes, Bureau
Price, 5 cents.


of Crop


Our Shorebirds and Their
Biological Survey. Pp.
Price, 5 cents.


Future.
275-294,


By
pls.


Wells
3,


Cooke, Assistant Biologist, Bureau of
3. (Separate 642, Yearbook 1914.)


iTh PrTnanrntinn of Torftilirer from


Irfrt~n~n.


7flfl 4rnJ


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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31262 08853 1271


Live Stack, 1914,
Price, 5 cents.


and Census


Data.


612-650.


(Separate


Imports and Exports of Agricultural Products. Bureau of Crop
687. (Separate (i57, Yearbook 1914.) Price, 5 cents.


Estir


Yearbook 3

nates. Pp.


19141)
651-


PUBLICATIONS


OF THE


WEATHER


BUREAU.


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.


National Weat2
temperature,
weekly, on
cents a year.


her and Cr
rainfall,
Wednesday,


*op


Bulletin


and crop
April to


in, Nos.
condition
October


20, 21, 22, 23, 24, August, 1915, reporting
is throughout the United States. (Imued
; monthly remainder of year.) Price, 25j
d9l


Jos. A. ARNOmLD
Editor and Chief Division of Publiatwions.


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