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


United


States


Department


Agriculture,


WASHINGTON, D. C., May 31, 1915.


MONTHLY


LIST


PUBLICATIONS.


[MAY, 1915.]
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No pul
not sent
Copies
cultural
Weather
Chief of


blications are sold by
I money to this office
of any-of the publicat
Research, Experimen
Bureau, may be obta,
the Division of Publica


ture, Washington, D. C.,
When this department's
from the Superintendent
aigton, D. C., by purcha
Send all remittances ti
office is not a part of th


the Department of Agriculture; therefore do

ions listed herein, except the Journal of Agri-
t Station Record, and publications of the
ined free upon application to the Editor and
itions, United States Department of Agricul-


as long as the department's supply lasts.
5 supply is exhausted, publications can be obtained
of Documents, Government Printing Office, Wash-
se only, and at the prices noted herein.
o the Superintendent of Documents direct. His
e Department of Agriculture.


REPORTS.


Y rnbook of the IT. S. Department of Agriculture, 1914. Pp. 715, pls. 53, figs. 45. Price, 75 cents.
This Yearbook contains the annual report of the Secretary, 64 pages; 22 miscellaneous articles, 439
ages; an appendix, 183 pages; an index, 26 pages. Only 6 out of each 100 copies are allotted to this
lpatment, which number is insufficient to supply even its regular correspondents. Other applicants
ae theefore respectfully referred to their Representative or Delegate in Congress, as the other 94 per
cent is allotted to that body. The Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Wash-
gton, D. C., has it for sale at 75 cents per copy.


SERIALS.


Journal of Agricultural Research.


Vol. 4,


No. 2.


May, 1915.


Contets: Wilt of Gipsy-Moth Caterpillars. By R. W. Glaser.-Effect of Temperature on Germina-
tin and Growth of the Common Potato-Scab Organism. By Michael Shapovalov.-Seedling Diseases
of Sugar Beets and Their Relation to Root-Rot and Crown-Rot. By H. A. Edson.-Phoma Betae on
the Leaves of the Sugar Beet. By Venus W. Pooland M. B. McKay.-Notes on the Hydrocyanic-Acid
Cosent of Sorghum. By J. J. Willaman and R. M. West.-Effect on Soil Moisture of Changes in the
surface Tension o ithe Soil Solution Brought About by the Addition of Soluble Salts. By P. E. Kar-
raker. Pp. 101-192, pls. XI-XXVII, figs. 22. Price, 25 cents.
OT.-TnHE JOULWAL or AGrICoLruL RESEARCH will be distributed free only to the libraries of
agrimiltural colleges and experiment stations, to large universities, technical schools, and such insti-
tutions as make suitable exchanges with the department. It will not be sent free to individuals. The
intent of Doments will receive subscriptions for this publication, the price being $2.50 per
yar, 12sbs


ria iet Station Record, VoL XXXI, Index Number.
i. -1I400. Price, 15 cents.


May 4, 1915.


E. W. Allen, Ph. D.;


Editor.


Bsmw, Vol. XXXII, No. 5,
s TsO XX II, No. 6.


April, 1915.


Pp. 401-500.


Abstract Number.


Price, 15 cents.


Pp. 501-600.


Price, 15 cents.


MSu Vol XXXII, No. 7, May, 1915.


Pp eel1-mo


Price, 15 cents.


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render it necessary for them to have such information, to journals especially concerned, and to manu-
facturers and firms whose business is affected by same. Others desiring copies are respectfully referred
to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, who has them for sale only, at 5 cents
per copy.


Bureau of Animal Industry.


April, 1915.


No. 96.


Pp. 41-52.


May 22, 1915.


Price, 5 cents.


Bureau of Chemistry.
Bureau of Chemistry.


No. 13.


Pp. 1-8.


Supplement No. 2.


May 3, 1915.
Pp. 61-123.


Price, 5 cents.
May 14, 1915.


Price, 5 cents.


Federal Horticultural Board.
Federal Horticultural Board.


May 14, 1915.


April, 1915.


No. 15.


Pp. 17-34.


May 29, 1915.


Price, 5 cents.


Index to Service and Regulatory Announcements issued in 1914.


Price, 5 cents.


Pp. 91-


Rules and Regulations Governing the Importation of Cotton Lint into the United States.
HIorticultural Board. May 14, 1915.
SOIL SURVEYS.


Pp. 10.


Federal


Soil Survey of Cleburne County, Alabama. By H. G. Lewis and C. S. Waldrop, of the U. S. Department
of Agriculture and F. W. Rolb, of the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries. Pp. 38,
fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Russell County, Alabama. By N. Eric Bell, of the Alabama Department of Agriculture
and Industries and Lewis A. Hurst and J. M. Snyder, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Pp. 50,
fig. 1, map. (Prom F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Stewart County, Georgia. By David D. Long, of the Georgia State College of Agriculture,
and M. W. Beck, E. C. Hall, and W. W. Burdette, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Pp. 66,
pis. 2, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.)
Soil Survey of Delaware County, Indiana. By Lewis A. Hurst, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture,
and E. J. (rimes of the Indiana Department of Geology. Pp. 31, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.)
Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Hendricks County Indiana. By W. E. Tharp, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture,
and E. J. Quinn of the Indiana Department of Geology. Pp. 38, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.)
Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Nodaway County, Missouri. By E. S. Vanatta, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture,
and E. W. Knobel and W. L. Watkins, of the University of Missouri. Pp. 31, fg. 1, map. (From F. O.
Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.


)il Survey of Oneida County, New York. By E. T. Maxon and M. Earl Carr, of the U.
of Agriculture and E. H. Stevens, of the New York State College of Agriculture. Pp. 59
(From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.


S. Department
, fig. 1, maps, 2.


Soil Survey of Logan and Mingo Counties, West Virginia.
F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.


By W. J. Latimer.


Pp. 30, fig. 1, map.


(From


BULLETINS.


Zygadenus, or Death Camas.
Veterinary Inspector. Pp.
Bureau of Animal Industry.
15 cents.


By C. Dwight Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Physiologists, and Hadleigh Marsh,
46, pls. 6, figs. 4. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry and
(Professional Paper.) May 13, 1915. (Department Bulletin 125.) Price,


This paper is intended to supply general information on the relation of Zygadenus to the losses of live
stock on the western stock ranges; it is suitable for distribution throughout the western third of the
United States.


The Flow of Water in Irrigation Channels. By Fred. C. Scobey, Irrigation Engineer.
figs. 9. Contribution from the Office of Experiment Stations. (Professional Paper.)
(Department Bulletin 194.) Price, 25 cents.
This bulletin treats of the subject of flowing water in irrigation channels. It is base
made for the purpose of determining the retardation factor in Kutter's formula under thi
tions found in practice. The data secured are intended to aid in the design and construct
and similar channels. This publication is offered for use of engineers designing and measi
drainage, and power channels, and for courts and attorneys at law interested in cases invo
ing capacities of open channels.


Pp. 68, pls. 20,
May 10, 1915.

4d on field tests
e various condi-
;ion of irrigation
lying irrigation
living the carry-


Potato Breeding and Selection. By William Stuart, Horticulturist Office of Horticultural and Porno-
logical Investigations. Pp. 35, pls. 16, figs. 2. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Pro-
fceihIa l r 1 Mt. 9 1014 rTifrnaErtriltr. Iiniiatitn 10S 1 Prito. 1! o ontef


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active Pasture Grasses of the United States. By David Griffiths, of the Bureau of Plant Industry, and
George I. Bidwell and Charles E. Goodrich, of the Bureau of Chemistry. Pp. 52, pls. 9. Contribution
from the Bureau of Plant Industry and Bureau of Chemistry. (Professional Paper.) May 26, 1915
(Department Bulletin 201.) Price, 15 cents.
This bulletin contains the results of investigations and compilations, mainly of experiment station
literature, that will be of value to chemists, agricultural writers, and ranchmea.


The Alcohol Test in Relation to Milk.
Scientific Assistant, Dairy Division.
(Professional Paper.) May 12, 1915.


By S. Henry Ayers, Bacteriologist and William T. Johnson, Jr.,
Pp. 35, figs. 4. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry.
(Department Bulletin 202.) Price, 5 cents.


Of interest to creameries and manufacturers of dairy by-products.


Report on the Gipsy Moth Work in New England.
Tail Moth Work. Pp. 32, pls. 11, figs. 3. Cont
(Department Bulletin 204.) Price, 30 cents.


By A. F. Burgess, In Charge of Gipsy Moth and Brown-
ribution from the Bureau of Entomology. May 21, 1915.


This publication is prepared to show the different lines of work which are being taken up and the
results that have been secured.


Eleven Important Wild-Duck Foods. By W. L. McAtee, Assistant Biologist. Pp. 25, figs. 23
bution from the Bureau of Biological Survey. May 20, 1915. (Department Bulletin 205.)
cents.


Contri-
Price, 5


This bulletin is for general distribution, and shows how 11 groups of plants may be successfully used
food for wild ducks in localities where now unknown.


The Woolgrower a


Pp. 32, pis. 11.
tin 206.) Pri?


nd the Wool Trade. By F. R. Marshall and L. L. Heller, Animal Husbandry Division.
Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. May 25, 1915. (Department Bulle-


'e, 15 cents.


This bulletin discusses the preparation of wools for market and explains the effect upon the value of
wool of the factors under the control of the grower. It is of interest to all sheep owners.


Yields of Native Prickly Pear in Southern Texas.
Management. Pp. 11,pls. 2. Contribution from ti
ment Bulletin 208.) Price, 5 cents.


By David Griffiths, Agriculturist, Office of Farm


ie Bureau of Plant Industry.


May 13, 1915.


(Depart-


Of interest to stock raisers in the semiarid districts.


Factors Affecting Range Management in New Mexico. By E. O. Wooton, Agriculturist, Office of Farm
Management. Pp. 39, pls. 9, figs. 3. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. May 26, 1915.
(Department Bulletin 211.) Price, 15 cents.


The various factors influencing the live-stock industry in New Mexico, especially
management, are presented and discussed in this bulletin.


Observations on the Pathology of the Jack Pine. By James R
figs. 4. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (


apartment Bulletin 212.)


Price, 5 cents.


as affecting range


. Weir, Forest Pathologist. Pp. 10, p. 1,
Professional Paper.) May 26, 1915. (De-


A discussion of the various fungi and diseases affecting jack pine.


Spring Wheat in the Great Plains Area. Relation (
Agriculturist in Charge, and J. S. Cole and W.
Pp. 43. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant
Price, 10 cents.


of Cultural Methods to Production. By E. C. Chilcott,
W. Burr, Assistants, Office of Dry-Land Agriculture.
Industry. May 1, 1915. (Department Bulletin 214.)


This bulletin is intended for all who are interested in the agricultural possibilities of the Great Plains
area.
Composition of Corn (Maize) Meal Manufactured by Different Processes and the Influence of Composition
on the Keeping Qualities. By A. L. Winton, W. C. Burnet, and J. H. Bornmann. Pp. 31. Contribu-
tion from the Bureau of Chemistry. (Professional Paper.) May 21, 1915. (Department Bulletin 215.)
Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin is of interest to corn millers and dealers in corn and corn products and is suitable for dis-
tribution in all parts of the country.


Mortality Among the Waterfowl Around Great Salt Lake
more, Assistant Biologist. Pp. 10, pis. 3. Contribution
1915. (Department Bulletin 217.) Price, 5 cents.


, Utah. (Preliminary Report.) By 1
from the Bureau of Biological Survey.


Ulex Wet-
May 26,


This bulletin is a report of progress in investigating the causes of mortality among ducks and other
waterfowl in marshes about Great Salt Lake, Utah.
ats in the Great Plains Area. Relation of Cultural Methods to Production. By E. C. Chilcott, Agricul-
turist in Charge, and J. S. Cole and W. W. Burr Assistants, Office of Dry-Land Agriculture. Pp. 42,
fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. May 28, 1915. (Department Bulletin 218.)
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Effect of Frequent Cutting on the Water Requirement of Alfalfa and Its Bearing on Pastrage; By Li a
J. Briggs, Biophysicist in Charge of Biophysical Investigations, and H. L. hat, Physiologist, O13iot
Alkali and Drought Resistant Plant Investigations. Pp. 6, figs. 2. Contribution from the Bureas of
Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) May 22, 1915. (Department Bulletin 228.) Pri~ e cents
This bulletin is of interest to growers of alfalfa in the semiarid regions.
Relation of the Arizona Wild Cotton Weevil to Cotton Planting in the Arid West. By B.. Cad, Ento-
mological Assistant, Southern Field Crop Insect Investigations. Pp. 12, pls. 4. Contributiu a rem
Bureau of Entomology. May 27, 1915. (Department Bulletin 233.) Price, 5 cents.
Of interest to all cotton growers in the Southwest.


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System of Accounts for Farmers' Cooperative Elevators. By John R. Humphrey, Assistant in Coop-
erative Grain Elevator Accounting, and W. H. Kerr, Investigator in Market Busness Praettk. P.
30. Contribution from the Office of Markets and Rural Organization. May 1, 1915. (Department


Bulletin 236.)


Price, 10 cents.


This bulletin is intended for all farmers' cooperative and other elevators throughout the United States.
It contains copies of forms and a description of their uses for a system of accounts which is being
ommended by the Office of Markets and Rural Organization, United States Department of Agriculture,
as a uniform system for farmers' cooperative elevators.
Citrus Fertilization Experiments in Porto Rico. By C. F. Kinman, Horticulturist. Pp. 33, pls. 2. May
14, 1915. (Bulletin 18, Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station.) Price, 10 cents.


Cooperative Agricultural Extension Work.
tons. May 3, 1915. (Circular 47, Office o


Pp. 12.
f the Secret


Contribution from the Office of Experiment a-
ary.) Price, 5 cents.


FARMERS' BULLETINS.


The Chinch Bug. By F. M. Webster, In Charge of Cereal and Forage nsect Investigations.
figs. 9. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. May 6, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 657.)


ep. 28~


This bulletin describes the forms and stages of the chinch bug, its habits and natural enemies, a
suggests methods of preventing its ravages.
Weeds: How to Control Them. By H. R. Cox, Agriculturist, Office of Farm Management. Pp. 29,
figs. 27. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. May 12, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin m .)
For general distribution.
The Apple-Tree Tent Caterpillar. By A. L. Quaintance, In Charge of Deciduous Fruit Insect Invti-
gations. Pp. 10, figs. 7. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. May 11, 1915. (Farmert
Bulletin 662.)


Of interest to all fruit growers.


Breaking and Training Colts. By V. 0. Stambauj
Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry.
This bulletin is intended for general distribution.


gh, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 16, igs. 11
May 22, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 667.)


The Squash-Vine Borer. By F. H. Chittenden, In Charge of Truck Crop and Stored Product 3tBe
Investigations. Pp.6, figs. 2. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. May 26, 1915. (Farm-
ers' Bulletin 668.)


This bulletin is a revision of Circular No. 38 of the Bureau of Entomology, U
culture.


S. Department of Agrt-


Fiber Flax. By Frank C. Miles, Scientific Assistant, Fiber-Plant Investigations. Pp. 19, figs. 10.
tribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. May 25, 1915. (Farmnrs' Bulletin 669.)


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This bulletin is intended for distribution throughout those Northern and Pacific Coast Sta whore
the conditions of climate are favorable for the growth of fiber flax.


Harvest Mites, or "Chiggers."
Investigations. Pp. 7, figs. 3.
ers' Bulletin 671.)


By F. H. Chittenden, In Charge of Truck Crop and Stored Product Insect
Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. May26,1915. (Farm-


This bulletin, which is a reprint, with revision, of Circular No. 77 of the Bureau of Entomologyltrm
of the harvest mite and means for the protection and relief of human beings subject to i attack together
with methods of eradication.
PUBLICATIONS OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only from the Chief of the Weathe Burau or te
Superintendent of Douments, Government Printing Office, at the prices noted herein.


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