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


United


States


Department


Agriculture,


WASHINGTON, D. C., June 30,


1915.


MONTHLY


LIST


PUBLICATIONS.


[JUNE, 1915.]


No publications are sold by the Department of Ag
not send money to this office.
Copies of any of the publications listed herein, excel
cultural Research, Experiment Station Record, an
Weather Bureau, may be obtained free upon applica
Chief of the Division of Publications, United States I
ture, Washington, D. C., as long as the department's
When this department's supply is exhausted, public
from the Superintendent of Documents, Government
ington, D. C., by purchase only, and at the prices not<
Send all remittances to the Superintendent of D
office is not a Dart of the Department of Arriculture.


a


a


riculture


therefore do


pt the Journal of Agri-
d publications of the
tion to the Editor and
departmentt of Agricul-
supply lasts.
nations can be obtained
Printing Office, Wash-
ed herein.
documents direct. His


REPORTS.
Control utions Toward a Classification and Biology of the North American Cerambycidse: Larve of the
Prioninam. By F. C. Craighead, Entomological Assistant, Forest Insect Investigations. Pp. 24, pls. 8.
Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. June 25, 1915. (Report No. 107, Office of the Secretary.)
Price, 10 cents.
Tehnical in character and of interest to Entomologists.
SERIALS.
Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. 4, No. 3. June, 1915.
tens: Relation Between Puccinia Graminis and Plants Highly Resistant to Its Attack. By E. C.
Stakman.-Antagonism Between Anions as Affecting Barley Yields on a Clay-Adobe Soil. By Charles
B. Lipman and W. F. Gericke.-A New Wheat Thrips. By E. O. G. Kelly.--Cytological Studies of
Azotobacter Chroococeum, By Augusto Bonazzi.-Influence of Soil Moisture upon the Rate of Increase
ia Sugar-Beet RootrLouse Colonies. By J. R. Parker.-A New Leaf and Twig Disease of Picea Engel-
manm. By James R. Weir.-Some Sugar-Cane Root-Boring Weevils of the West Indies. By W. Dwight
Pier--A Contribution to the Life History of Spongospora Subterranea. By L. 0. Kunkel. Pp.
1 278, pls. 16. Price, 25 cents.
Nost.-THE JouR iAL OFr AGBeICULTU AL RESEARCH will be distributed free only to the libraries of
a1piultural colleges and experiment stations, to large universities, technical schools, and such institu-
tions as make suitable exchanges with the department. It will not be sent free to individuals. The
Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, the price being $2.50 per




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SERVICE AND


REGULATORY


ANNOUNCEMENTS.


These contain only information, instructions, and notices governing the enforcement of the pure food
and quarantine laws, and the various regulations of the department. Issued monthly by certain bureaus.
Free distribution is limited to persons in the employ of the department, to public officials whose duties
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 Chemistry.


Supplement No.


Bureau of Chemistry. Supplement No. 4.
Insecticide and Fungicide Board. Marcl
cents.


. Pp. 125-184.
Pp. 185-239.
and April, 191


June 5, 1915.
June 15, 1915.
5. Pp. 15-30.


Price, 5 cents.
Price, 5 cents.


No. 9.


June 11, 1915.


Price, 5


Bureau of Plant Industry.


No. 2.


Pp. 9-14.


June 17, 1915.


Price, 5 cents.


SOIL SURVEYS.
Soil Survey of Escambia County, Alabama. By R. T. Avon Burke and J. M. Snyder, of the U. S. De-
partment of Agriculture, and A. M. O'Neal, jr., and F. W. Kolb, of the Alabama Department of Agri-
culture and Industries. Pp. 51, fig. 1. map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.


Soil Survey of Pope County, Arkansas. By Clarence Lounsbury and E. B. Deeter.
(From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.


oil Survey of Greene County, Missouri. By H. H.
Hutton, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
15 cents.


Pp. 51, fig. 1, map.


Krusekopf, of the University of Missouri, and F. Z.
Pp. 38, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price,


Soil Survey of Perry County, Missouri. By B. W. Tillman, of the U.
C. E. Deardorff, of the University of Missouri. Pp. 34, fig. 1, map.
15 cents.


S. Department of Agriculture, and
(From F. 0. Soils, 1913.) Price,


Soil Survey of Douglas County, Nebraska. By A. H. Meyer, E. H. Smies, and T. M. Bushnell, of the
U. S. Department of Agriculture, and R. R. Spafford, R. R. Burn, and C. W. Smith, of the Nebraska
Soil Survey. Pp. 48, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Saunders County, Nebraska. By A. H. Meyer, E. H. Smies, and T. M. Bushnell, of the
U. S. Department of Agriculture, and R. R. Spafford, R. R. Burn, and R. J. Scarborough, of the Ne-
braska Soil Survey. Pp. 52, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
Reconnoissance Soil Survey of South-Central Texas. By A. E. Kocher and Party. Pp. 117, pis. 5, figs. 4,
map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.


Soil Survey of the Cache Valley Area, Utah. By J. W. Nelson and E. C. Eckmann.
map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.


Pp. 70,'pls. 4, fig. 1,


BULLETINS.

Corn in the Great Plains Area. Relation of Cultural Methods to Production. By E. C. Chilcott, Agri-
culturist in Charge, and J. S. Cole and IW. W. Burr, Assistants, Office of Dry-Land Agriculture. Pp.
31, figs. 6. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. June 2, 1915. (Department Bulletin
219.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin is intended for all who are interested in the agricultural possibilities of the Great Plains
area.


Road Models. Pp. 24, pls. 13, figs. 2. Col
apartment Bulletin 220.) Price, 15 cents.


atribution from the Office of Public Roads.


June 7, 1915.


This bulletin contains illustrations and descriptions of the models in miniature of roads, bridges, and
culverts and of road machinery exhibited by the Office of Public Roads at expositions and fairs and on
railroads. Methods of construction are discussed.
The Southern Corn Leaf-Beetle. By E. O. G. Kelly, Entomological Assistant, Cereal and Forage Insect
Investigations. Pp. 11, pls. 2, figs. 6. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional
Paper.) June 16, 1915. (Department Bulletin 221.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin is of especial interest to entomologists in the southern half of the United States.
Botanical Characters of the Leaves of the Date Palm Used in Distinguishing Cultivated Varieties. By
Silas C. Mason, Arboriculturist, Crop Physiology and Breeding Investigations. Pp. 28, pls. 5, figs. 15.
Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) June 23, 1915. (Department
Bulletin 223.) Price, 10 cents.
This bulletin is of interest to date growers, especially in the Southwestern States.
The Production of Lumber in 1913. By the Office of Industrial Investigations. Pp. 32, figs. 2. Contribu-
tion from the Forest Service. (Professional Paper.) June 26, 1915. (Department Bulletin 232.) Price,
5 cents.









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Corn, Mile and Kafir, in the Southern Great Plains Area: Relation of Cultural Methods to Production.
By E. F. Chilcott, W. D. Griggs, and C. A. Burmeister, Assistants, Office of Dry-Land Agriculture.
Pp. 20. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. June 19, 1915. (Department Bulletin 242.)
Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin is intended for all who are interested in the agricultural possibilities of the southern Great
Plains area.


The Effect of Different Times of Plowing Small-Grain Stubble in Eastern Colorado
Assistant, Dry-Land Agriculture Investigations. Pp. 15 fig. 1. Contribution from t
Industry. June 29, 1915. (Department Bulletin 253.) Price, 5 cents.


. By O. J. Grace
,he Bureau of Plant


Of interest to all farmers in the Great Plains area.
The Sharp-Headed Grain Leafhopper. By Edmund H. Gibson, Entomological Assistant, Cereal and
Forage Insect Investigations. Pp. 16, fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. (Profes-
sional Paper.) June 29, 1915. (Department Bulletin 254.) Price, 5 cents.
This paper is of interest to entomologists throughout the United States.
The Violet Rove-Beetle. By F. H. Chittenden, Sc. D., In Charge of Truck Crop and Stored Product
Insect Investigations. Pp. 4, fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. June 15, 1915.
(Department Bulletin 264.) Price, 5 cents.
Of especial interest to florists.


Contents and Index to Technical
Price, 5 cents.


Series


No. 23, Bureau of Entomology.


Pp. i-vi,


53-57.,


June


A Report on the Work and Expenditures of the Agricultural Experiment Stations, during the Fiscal
Year Ended June 30, 1913. Pp. 110, pls. 6. (Office of Experiment Stations.) Price, 10 cents.


The Work of the TJmatilla Reclamation Project Experiment Farm in 1914. By R. W
rator. Pp. 18, figs. 3. June 18, 1915. (Bureau of Plant Industry.) Price, 5 cents.


. Allen, Collabo-


FARMERS' BULLETINS.


Drug Plants under Cultivation. By W. W. S
Poisonous-Plant Investigations. Pp. 39, figs.
June 5, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 663.)
Suitable for general distribution.


Stockberger Physiologist in Charge of Drug-Plant and
8. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry.


Field Mice as Farm and Orchard Pests. By D
bution from the Bureau of Biological Survey.


. E. Lantz, Assistant Biologist. Pp. 10, figs. 10.
June 3, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 670.)


Contri-


This bulletin describes the habits, geographic distribution, and methods of destroying meadow mice
and pine mice, and discusses the value of protecting their natural enemies among mammals, birds, and
reptiles. It is for general distribution.


Irrigation Practice in Rice Growing. By C. G. Haskell, Irrigation Engineer. Pp. 12, fig. 1.
tion from the Office of Experiment Stations. June 23, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 673.)
This bulletin will be of interest to farmers growing rice under irrigation.


Hard Clover Seed and Its Treatment in Hulling.


Laboratory.
letin 676.)


Contribution from the Bure


Contribu-


By George T. Harrigton, Scientific Assistant, Seed
au of Plant Industry. June 24, 1915. (Farmers' Bul-


The facts brought on t in this bulletin are of special interest to farmers who grow clover for the seed,
to farmers who sow clover seed, to seedsmen, and to the manufacturers and operators of clover-hulling
machinery.
Growing Hay in the South for Market. By C.V. Piper, Agrostologist in Charge of Forage-Crop Investi-
gartions, H. B. McClure, Scientific Assistant, Farm-Management Investigations, and Lyman Carrier,
Agronomist. For,,e-('rop Investigations. Pp. 22, figs. 10. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant
Industry. June lii, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 677.)
This bulletin is declined to furnish information on the subject of hay growing to those farmers in
the South who are Co templating changing from cotton growing to some other money crop.
Growing Hard Spring Wheat. By Carleton R. Ball, Agronomist in charge, and J. Allen Clark, Scientific
A s ist ant, Western W heat Investigations, OfficeoftCereal Investigations. Pp. 16, figs. 4. Contribution
from the Bureau of Plant Industry. June 10, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 678.)
This bullet in diLcu ses the topographic, soil, and climatic features of the northern Great Plains, with
special refre nce to the production of hard spring wheat in that area. Cultural methods for growing the


crop are given.


SEPARATES.


The National Forests and The Farmer.


Yearbook 1914.)


Price, 5 cents.


By Henry


S. Graves, Forester.


Pp. 65-88, pls. 6.


(Separate 633,


Clean Water and Bow to Get ito3
ririr-p nf Ernrirrnpnt SMtt~inna


a the Farm.
Pn. 1lQ-1


By Robert W. Trullinger, Specialistin Rural Engineering,
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Hard Wheats Winning Their Way. By Mark Alfred Carleton, Cerealstin Charge of 4Cerel nvtigations,
Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 39120. pls.7, figs. 4. (Separate649, earbook,1914.) Prcs 0enia.


The Farm Woodlot Problem.


rate 051


, Yearbook, 1914.)


By Herbert A. Smith, Editor, Forest Service.
Price, 10 cents.


Pp. 43-456.


pl. 8.


(Sep.


Nematodes and Their Relationships. By N. A. Cobb, Technologst in Charge ofAgriltural TecSology,
Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 457-40. figs. 20. (Separate652, Yearbook,1914.) Price, 5cets.
PUBLICATIONS OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only from the Chief of the Weather Bureau or the
Superintendent of D)ocuments, Government Printing Office, at the prices noted herein.
National Weather and Crop Bulletin, Nos. 11 12, 13, 14, 15, June, 1915, reporting temperature, rainfall, and
crop conditions throughout the United States. (Issued weekly on Wednesday, April to Otober;


monthly remainder of year.)


Price, 25 cents a year.
Jos. A. AaNOLD,
Editor and Chief Division of Publicatios.