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B. Pt I.---8.


United


States


BUREAU


Department


OF PLANT


IND


B. T. GALLOWAY, Chief of Bure


PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU


OF PLANT INDUSTRY


BULLETINS.


The scientific and technical publications of the
istry, which was organized July 1, 1901, are


series o0
follows.1


bulletins


, usually


in very


small


Bureau of Plant In-


issued


editions


Attention is directed to the fact that "the serial


-


in a special


a list


scientific


which


and tech-


nical publications of the United States Department of Agriculture are


not for general distribution. All copies not required for official use are
by law turned over to-the Superintendent of Documents, who is em-
<*/ A -- '- _


powered to sell them at
should therefore be made


cost.


All applications


for these


bulletins


the Superintendent of Documents,


Gov-


ernment Printing Office, Washington, D. C., accompanied by either
a postal money order, an express money order, a draft on New York,
or by cash. Postage stamps, foreign money, uncertified checks, and
defaced or slick coin will not be accepted in payment for publications.
No charge is made for postage on documents forwarded to points in
the United States, Guam, Hawaii, Philippine Islands, and Porto


Rico, or to Canada, Cuba, or Mexico.


rate of postage is charged,


To other countries the regular


and remittances must cover such postage.


The Relation of Lime and Magnesia to Plant Growth.
from a Physiological Standpoint. II. Experimenta
tion of Lime and Magnesia to Plant Growth. 1901.
Spermatogenesis and Fecundation of Zamia. 1901. P
Macaroni Wheats. 1901. Price. 20 cents.


I. Liming of Soils
l Study of the Rela-


'rie, 20 cents.


Range Improvement in Arizona. 1901. Price, 10 cents.
Seeds and Plants Imported through the Section of Seed and Plant Intro-
duction for Distribution in Cooperation with the Aericultural Exneri-


A


ment Stations. Inventory No. 9, Numbers 4351-5500. 1902.
A List of American Varieties of Peppers. 1902.
The Algerian Durum Wheats: A Classified List, with Descriptions.
A Collection of Economic and Other Fungi Prepared for Distri


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1902.
bution.


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PUBLICATION S


OF THE


BUREAU


OF PLANT


INDUSTRY.


No. *+12


*13.


*


*
*

*


tl8.
t19.
20.:
t21.


*22.


*t


Stock Ranges of Northwestern California:
Plants and Range conditionss 1902.
Experiments in Range Improvement i


of Timber and


acture


cents.
A Disease of the
Price, 10 cents.


%tlt(


1


Notes on the Grasses and Forage


.n Central

Preventing


Texas.


1902.


Price,


Price,


t
tug
O


ation of the Spores of Agaricus Campes-
ungi. 1902.
he Wilt Disease of the ('owpea and Its
to Root-Knot (Heterodera Radicicola).


observations s on the Mosaic Disease of Tobacco. 1902.
Kentucky Bluegrass Seed: Harvesting, Curing, and Cleaning. 1902.
Manufacture of Semolina and Macaroni. 1902. Price, 15 cents.
List of American Varieties of Vegetables for the Years 1901 and 1902. 1903.
Injurious Effects of Premature Pollination: with General Notes on Artificial
Pollination and the Setting of Fruit without Pollination. 1902. Price,
10 cents.


Forage and Sc

Preservation


ailingg Crop of the


Unfermented


cents.
us Papers: I. The Seeds of Rescue Grass and Chess. II.
eat. III. Plant Introduction Notes from South Africa.
onal Seed and Plant Distribution Circulars, 1902-1903.


cents.
monds


Their
in the


ico. 1903.
t on Turnips:
latory Text.
902.


'ps


White


America. 1902.
and the Orient.


1902.

1902.

Sara-
IV.
1903.


1902.


A Series of Photomicrographs, Accom-
1903. Price, 15 cents.


Northwestern


Caused


States.


by Polyporus


1902.


Price,


Fraxinophilus.


33. North American Species of Leptochloa.
34. Silkworm Food Plants: Cultivation an<
35. Recent Foreign Explorations, as Bearin
of the Southern States. 1903. Pric(
36. The "Bluin2" and the "Red-Rot" (


Special
30 cents.


Reference


it
Lg
3f


to the Black IIil


I


1903. Price, 15 cents.
Propagation. 1903.
on the Agricultural Development
15 cents.
the Western Yellow Pine, with
s Forest Reserve. 1903. Price,


37. Formation of the Spores in
Phycomyces Nitens. 1903
*38. Forage Conditions and Problh
Northeastern California, ai


the Sporangia of Rhizopus
. Price, 15 cents.
3ms in Eastern Washington,
ad Northwestern Nevada.


Nigricans and of

Eastern Oregon,
1903. Price, 15


cents.


10 cents.
*14. The Decay
cents.


*15. Forage C'onditions
a Report upon
the Region betw


Methods of


1902.


on the Northern Border of the Grea
Investigations Made during July and A
een Winnemucca, Nevada, and Ontario,


Price, 15 cents.
t16. A Preliminary Studv of the Germinm
tris and Other Basidiomycetous F
*17. Some Diseases of the Cowpea: I. T
Control. II. A Cowpea Resistant
1902. Price, 10 cents.


Basin, Being
,ust, 1901, in
region. 1902.


*23. Berseem: The Great I
Price, 15 cents.


24. The Manuft
Price, 10
25. Miscellaneo
golla Wh
Congress
Price, 15
26. Spanish Al


Nile

Grape


Valley.

Must.


27. Letters on Agriculture
Price, 15 cents.
28. The Mango in Porto R
29. The Effect of Black-Ro
panied by an Explar
30. Budding the Pecan. 1
31. Cultivated Forage ('ro


Introduction into
West Indies, Spain,


1903.








PUBLICATIONS


OF THE


BUREAU


OF PIA NT


INDUSTRY.


The Apple in (old Storage.


1903.


The Culture of the Central American
Wild Rice: Its Uses and Propagation
Miscellaneous Papers: I. The Wilt
II.* The Work of the ('Community
III.* Fruit Trees Frozen in 1904.
Wattle. V.*t Legal and ('ustomar5


Golden


Seal.


1905.


Price of


con


Price, 15 cents.


Rubber Tree. 1903. Price, 25 cents.
. 1903. Price, 10 cents.
Disease of Tobacco and Its Control.
Demonstration Farm at Terrell, Tex.
IV. The ('ultivat ion of the Australian
r \Weights per Bushel of Seeds. VI.*t
nplete bulletin, 5 cents; separates, 5


*t53
54


cents each.
. Wither-Tip and Other Diseases of Citrus Trees and Fruits caused d by Colle-
totrichum Gloeosporioides. 1904.
. The Date Palm and Its Utilization in the Southwestern States. 1904.
. Persian Gulf Dates and Their Introduction into America. 1903. Price.


*t55.5
*t56.

t57.
*t58
59.
*60.
61.

62.
t63.
*t64.

t65.
*t66.

*67.
*68.
69.
70.
*71.

72.



73.
*74.
75.
*76.


*t78.
79.

80.
81.
82.
83.


10 cents.
The Dry-Rot of Potatoes Due
Nomenclature of the Apple;
to in American Publication
Methods Used for Controlling
The Vitality and Germination
Pasture, Meadow, and Forage
A Soft Rot of the ('alla Lily.
The Avocado in Florida: Its


.. -


to Fusarium Oxys orum. 19
i Catalogue of the Known Va
s from 1804 to 1904. 1905.
and Reclaiming Sand Dunes.
i of Seeds. 1904.


(rops in Nebraska.
1904. Price, 10 cen
Propagation, Cult


1904. Price, 5 cents.
Notes on Egyptian Agriculture. 1904.
Investigations of Rusts. 1904.
A Method of Destroying or Preventing
Pathogenic Bacteria in Water Supplies.
Reclamation of Cape Cod Sand Dunes.
Seeds and Plants Imported during the


December, 1903.
Range Investigations
North American Spe
American Varieties o


1904.
its.
ovation


104.
ritties Referred

1904.


Price,


10 cents.


and Marketing.


Price, 10 cents.


the Growth


of Algt and


Certain


1904.


1904.
Period


September,


Inventory No. 10; Nos. 5501-9896. 1905
in Arizona. 1904. Price, 15 cents.
!cies of Agrostis. 1905. Price, 10 cents.
f Lettuce. 1904. Price, 15 cents.


The Commercial Status of Durum Wheat. 1904. 1
Soil Inoculation for Legumes; with Reports upon
Artificial Cultures by Practical Farmers. 1905.
Miscellaneous Papers: I.t Cultivation of Wheat


Fields.
of Johns(
teria. 11
The Devel
The Prickl


II. The Salt Water Limits of Wild Rice.
on Grass. IV.* Inoculation of Soil with
905. Price of complete bulletin, 5 cents; s
opment of Single-Germ Beet Seed. 1905.
y Pear and Other Cacti as Food for Stock.


rice, 10 cents.
the Successful
Price, 15 cents.
in Permanent


1900,


Use of

Alfalfa


III.* Extermination
Nitrogen-Fixing Bac-
separates, 5 cents each.
Price, 10 cents.
1905. Price, 5 cents.


Range Management in the State of Washington. 1905. Price, 5 cents.
Copper as an Algicide and Disinfectant in Water Supplies. 1905. Price,
5 cents.


The Avocado: A Salad Fruit from the Tropics.


Improving the Quality of Wheat. 1905
The Variability of Wheat Varieties in
Price, 5 cents.
Agricultural Explorations in Algeria. 1
Evolution of Cellular Structures. 1905.
Grass Lands of the South Alaska Coast.


The Vitality of Buried Seeds. 1905.


Resist


1905.


ance


Price. 5 cents.


to Toxic Salts.


1905.


905. Price, 10 cents.
Price, 5 cents.
1905. Price, 10 cents.


Price, 5 cents.


.


9


.;


I.


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PUBLICATIONS


OF THE


BUREAU


OF PLANT


INDUSTRY.


88.
89.
*90.



91.

*t92.
*f93.
*94.
*95.
*96.
*97.


98.
*99.







101.

*102.






*103.
*104.
*105.

*106.


107.
*108.
*109.
*110.
fil1.


*112


Weevil-Resisting Adaptations of the Cc
Wild Medicinal Plants of the United
Miscellaneous Papers: I.* The Storage
II. The Crown-Gall and Hairy-Root
Peppermint. IV.* The Poisonous


otton Plant. 1906. Price, 10 cents.
States. 1906. Price, 5 cents.
i and Germination of Wild Rice Seed.
; Diseases of the Apple Tree. III.*f
Action of Johnson Grass. 1906.


Price of complete bulletin, 5 cents; separates, 5 cents each.
Varieties of Tobacco Seed Distributed in 1905-6, with Cultural Directions.


1906.


Price, 5 cents.


Date Varieties and D
The Control of Apple
Farm Practice with F
ton. 1906. Price,
A New Type of Red


Tobacco Breeding.
Seeds and Plants
December, 1905.
30 cent<.
Soy Bean Varietie,


A Quick Met hod
5 cents.
Miscellaneous Pa
The Wrapping
III. Garlicky
Cigar Tobacco.


VII. The Eff
meeting L,egum
cept Part VII
Contents of and
15 cents.
Miscellaneous P
of Cacti as Stoc
a Cropping Sy
Leguminous F
tT


VI.* T
VII.*
1907.


ate Culture
Bitter-Rot.
'orage Crops
10 cents.
Clover. 19(


in Tunis. 1906.
1906.
in Western Oregon and Western Washing-


I)6.


Price, 10 cents


1907. Price. 15 cents.
Imported during the Period from December,
Inventory No. 11; Nos. 9897 to 16796. 1907


1907.


Price, 15 cents.


for the Determination of Moisture in Grain.


pers: I.* Cranberry Sp
Wheat. IV. Methods
V.* The Drug Known


ect of Copper upon \Vat
ei Inoculation. 1907.
I, which is 10 cents.
Index to Bulletins Nos.


aplers: 1
ck Food.
:'stem.
orangee P1


1903, to
. Price,


. Price,


raying Experiments in 1905. II.*
Relation to the Crown-Gall Disease.
of Testing the Burning Quality of
i as Pinkroot. VI.* Orchard Grass.
er Bacteria. VIII. Conditions Af-


Price of separates, 5 cents each, ex-


1 to 100, Inclusive.


1907.


Price,


* Summary of Recent Investigations of the Value
II.* A Successful Dairy Farm. 1II.*f Planning
IV. The Application of Vegetative Propagation to
ants. V. The Control of Texas Root-Rot of Cotton.


'he History of the Cowpea and Its Introduction into America.
A New Method for the Determination of Nicotine in Tobacco.
Price of complete bulletin, 15 cents; separates, 5 cents each, except


Part VI. which is 10 cents.
Dry Farmine in the Great Basin. 1907.
The Use of Feldspathic Rocks as Fertiliz
The Relation of the Composition of the
Tobacco. 1907. Price, 10 cents.
Seeds and Plants Imported during the
July, 1906. Inventory No. 12; Nos.
cents.


American Root Drugs. 1907.
The Cold Storage of Small Frui


American Varieties of Garden Beanm
Cranberry Diseases. 1907. Price, 2
Miscellaneous Papers: I. The Lark
Fibers of Long-Staple Upland
Clover and Alfalfa Seed. IV. F
Oklahoma. V. The Culture and


separates, 5 cents eac
The UTse of Sunrarenal


Price, 10 cents.
ers. 1907. Price, 5 cents.
Leaf to the Burning Qualities of


Period from December
16797 to 19057. 1907.


1905, to
Price, 15


Price, 15 cents.
ts. 1907. Price, 15 cents.


3. 1907.
;0 cents.


Price


25 cents.


spurs as Poisonous Plants. II. The
Cottons. III.* Imported Low-Grade
orange Crops for Hogs in Kansas and
Uses of Brome-Grass. 1907. Price of


h.
Glands in the Phvsioloxical Testing of Drun Plants.


5.


(







PUBLICATIONS


OF THE


BUREAU


OF PLANT


INDUSTRY.


116. The Tuna as Food for Man.


*117.
*118.

119.
120.


The Reseeding of
cents.
Peruvian Alfalfa:
Price, 10 cents.
The Mulberry and
The Production of
10 cents.


1907.


Price, 25 cents.


Depleted Range and Native Pastures.


A New


Long-Season


Variety for the


1907.


Southwest


Price, 10

it. 1907.


Other Silkworm Food Plants. 1907. Price, 10 cents.
Easter Lily Bulbs in the United States. 1908. Price,


121. Miscellaneous Papers: I. The Supposed Relationship of White Snakeroot
to Milksickness, or "Trembles." II.* Mountain Laurel: A Poisonous
Plant. III.* Results of Loco-Weed Investigations in the Field and
Laboratory Work on Loco-Weed Investigations. IV. The Sources of
Arsenic in Certain Samples of Dried Hops. V. Apple Leaf-Spot Caused
by Sphaeropsis Malorum. VI. The Immunity of the Japanese Chestnut
to the Bark Disease. 1908. Price of complete bulletin, 15 cents; sepa-
rates, 5 cents each.
122. Curly-Top, a Disease of the Sugar Beet. 1908. Price, 15 cents.
123. The Decay of Oranges while in Transit from California. 1908. Price, 20
cents.
124. The Prickly Pear as a Farm Crop. 1908. Price, 10 cents.
125. Dry-Land Olive Culture in Northern Africa. 1908. Price, 10 cents.
*126. Nomenclature of the Pear; a Catalogue-Index of the Known Varieties
Referred to in American Publications from 1804 to 1907. 1908. Price,
30 cents.
*127. The Improvement of Mountain Meadows. 1908. Price, 10 cents.
128. Egyptian Cotton in the Southwestern United States. 1908. Price, 15
cents.
129. Barium, a Cause of the Loco-Weed Disease. 1908. Price, 10 cents.
130. Dry-Land Agriculture. Papers Read at the Second Annual Meeting of the
Cooperative Experiment Association of the Great Plains Area, Held at
Manhattan, Kans., June 26-27, 1907. 1908. Price, 10 cents.
131. Miscellaneous Papers: I.t The Germination of Vegetable Seeds. II.t The


*t132.


Botanical History and C
tion of Fruit Trees and
of the Olive-Tubercle
Price of complete bullet
Seeds and Plants Imported
31, 1907. Inventory No


classification of Alfalfa.
Shrubs with Crown-Gall


)rganism.
in, 10 cents
during the
.13; Nos. 1


133. Peach, Apricot, and Prune Kernels as
the United States. 1908. Price, 5


*


134. The Infl
upon t
1908.
135. Orchard
the So
136. Methods
137. Seeds an
1908.


*138.

139.
*140.
141.


uence of a Mixture of Sol
;he Leaf Structure and Tr
Price, 5 cents.
Fruits in the Piedmont a
uth Atlantic States. 1908
and Causes of Evolution.
d Plants Imported during
Inventory No. 14; Nos. 2


The Production of Cigar-Wrapper
Valley. 1908. Price, 1I cents.
American Medicinal Barks. 1909
The "Spineless" Prickly Pears.
Miscellaneous Papers: I.* The Re
nf Tnhnnrn TT Thn ar.nnmrll;


ub'
ans

nd

1!


III. The Cross-Inocula-
. IV.* Recent Studies


V. The Nectaries of Cotton. 1908.
; separates, 5 cents each.
Period from July, 1906, to December
9058 to 21730. 1908.
By-Products of the Fruit Industry of
cents.


le Salts, Principally Sodium Chlorid,
spiration of Wheat, Oats, and Barley.


Blu
Pric.
908.


e Ridge Regions of
e, 20 cents.
Price, 10 cents.


[irginia and


the Period from January 1 to March 31,
1732 to 22510. 1909. Price, 10 cents.
Tobacco under Shade in the Connecticut
Price, 15 cents.
1909. Price, 10 cents.

nation of Nicotine to the Burning Quality
Tnhaon r Wilt TIT Th' Fln rica Vnlvnt







PUBLICATIONS


143. Principles


OF THE


and Practical


BUREAU


Methods


cents.
144. Apple Blotch, a Serious Disease of
cents.


OF PLANT


of Curing

Southern


INDUSTRY.


Tobacco.


Orchards.


145. Vegetation Affected by Agriculture in Central America.
cents.
146. The Superiority of Line Breeding over Narrow Breeding.
cents.
147. Suppressed and Intensified Characters in Cotton Hybrids.
cents.


1909.


1909.


1909.

1909.

1909.


Pice,


Price, 15

Price, 15

Price, 10


Price


148. Seeds and Plants Imported during the Period fro
1908. Inventory No. 16; Nos. 23323 to 23744.


*149.
150.


Diseases


of Deciduous Forest Trees.


The Wild Alfalfas and
Alfalfas of the World.


1909. Pri


Clovers of Siberia, with
1909. Price, 10 cents.


'm July 1 to September 30,
1909. Price, 10 cents.


ce, 15 cents.
a Perspective


View of the


151. Fruits Recommended by the American Pomological Society for Cultivation
in the Various Sections of the United States and Canada. 1909. Price,
15 cents.
152. The Loose Smuts of Barley and Wheat. 1909. Price, 15 cents.
153. Seeds and Plants Imported during the Period from October 1 to December
31, 1908. Inventory No. 17; Nos. 23745 to 24429. 1909. Price, 10 cents.
154. Farm Water Supplies of Minnesota. 1909. Price, 15 cents.
155. The Control of Black-Rot of the Grane. 1909. Price. 15 cents.


S. -- -


A Study of Diversity in Egyptian Cotton. 1909. Price, 15 cents.
The Truckee-Carson Experiment Farm. 1909. Price, 10 cents.
The Root-Rot of Tobacco Caused by Thielavia Basicola. 1909. ]


cents.
Local Adjustment of Cotton Varieties.
Italian Lemons and Their By-Products.


1909.
I.


Price, 15


Price, 10 cents.
The Italian Lemon Industry.


II. The By-Products of the Lemon in Italy. 1909. Price, 15 cents.
A New Type of Indian Corn from China. 1909. Price, 10 cents.
Seeds and Plants Imported during the Period from January 1 to March 31,


1909.


Inventory No.


163. Varieties of American
164. Promising Root Crops f
Agricultural History
10 cents.
165. Application of Some of
Price, 10 cents.
166. The Mistletoe Pest in t
167. New Methods of Plant


18; Nos.


24430 to


25191.


1909.


Price, 10 cents.


Upland Cotton. [In press.]
or the South. I. Yautias, Taros, and Dasheens. II.
and Utility of the Cultivated Aroids. 1910. Price,


the Principles of Heredity to Plant Breeding.


the Southwest. 1
Breeding. 1910.


1909.


.910. Price, 10 cents.
Price, 20 cents.


Seeds and Plants Impo
Inventory No. 19; N
Variegated Alfalfa. 19
Traction Plowing. [In


rted during the Period from April 1 to June 30, 1909.
os. 25192 to 25717. 1909. Price, 5 cents.
10. Price, 10 cents.


press.]


171. Some Fungous Diseases of Economic Importance. [In press.]
172. Grape Investigations in Vinifera Regions with Reference to the Ada]
ability of Resistant Stocks, Direct Producers, and Viniferas and the C
geniality of Viniferas to Resistant Stocks. [In press.]
173. Seasonal Nitrification as Influenced by Crops and Tillage. [In press.]
174. The Control of Peach Brown-Rot and Scab. [In press.]
175. The History and Distribution of Sorghum. [In press.]
176. Seeds and Plants Imported during the Period from July 1 to September
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PUBLICATIONS


OF THE


BIEA T ?I\


OF PLANT


INDUSTRY.


NUMBERED


CIRCULARS.


The


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B5 Ii 'Ca ii


tended for gratuitous (Iistrib)ution within
States and will he sent free of cliarge1 u1


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terriitory
p )lii tioi


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No. *1.
2.

3.
4.
5.
6.
*7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
*16.
*17.


Self-Boiled Lime-Sulphur iMixture as a Promising Fungi id,.e
An Improved Method of Separating Buckhorn from Red ('l<
Seeds. 1908.
Some Stem Tumors o(r Knots on Apple and Quince Trees. 1!,
The Treatment of I)amping-Off in ('oniferous Seedlings. l!im
Barley culture e in the Northern Great Plains. 1908.
The Cultivation and Ilandling of Goldenseal. 1908.
The Field Treatment of Tobacco Root-Rot. 1908.


The
Texa
Note
DanI
Dry-


Smuts of Sorghum. 1908.
is Root-lRot of cottonon: Field
es on D)rv Farming. 1908.
ger in Judging ('ottn Variet
*Land Grains. 1908.


The Work
Change of


Experiments in 1907.

ies by Lint Percentatn


*


of the San Antonio Experiment Farm in 1 907.
Vegetation on the South Texas Prairies. 1908.


The Fertilizing Value of Hairy Vetch for Connecticut To
A New Basis for Barley Valuation and Improvement. 19
Index to Papers Relating to Plant-Industry Subjects in t
United States I)epartment of Agriculture. 1908.
Reappearance of a Primitive (Character in Cotton Ivybrih
The Decay of Florida Oranges while in Transit and on the


S10. alfa
ver and Alfalfa


oiS.


A.


1908).

198


bacco Iields.
i08.
he Yearbook


Is.


1908.


s of the


1908.


Market.


1908.


An Electrical Resistance Method for the Rapid Determination of the Moisture
Content of Grain. 1908.
Farmers' Cooperative I)emonstration Work in Its Relation to Rural Improve-


Western


ment. 1908.
Farm Methods of Applying Land Plas1
Washington. 1909.
Potato Diseases in San Joaquin County,
Alfalfa in Cultivated Rows for Seed Pro
The Cost of Clearing Logged-Off Land f<
1909.


Some Faactors Affecting the Keeping Qualities of A
Lime-Sulphur Mixtures for the Summer Spraying o
Clover-Seed Production in the Willamette Valley,
Experiments with Egyptian Cotton in 1908. 1909
Improvement of the Oat Crop. 1909.
Notes on the Number and Distribution of Native
Kansas. 1909.


Moisture Content and Shrinkage in Grain. 1909.
The Necessity for New Standards of I1op Valuation. 1909.
The Work of the San Antonio Experiment Farm in 1908.
The Present Status of the White-Pine Blights. 1909.
The Bud-Rot of the Coconut Palm. 1909.


Comparative Tests of Sugar-Beet Varieties. 1909.
European Currant Rust on the White Pine in America.
The Decay of Cabbage in Storage: Its Cause and Preven
A QC l l I 1 bf TnTu e ntu v il kr n Isr TI'1- an1 ii m .. nnl


regainin


and Western


California. 1909.
duction in Semiarid Regions. 1909.
or Farming in the Pacific Northwest.


merican Lemons.
,f Orchards. 1909.


,)reg, u.


1909.


1909.


Legumes in Nebraska and


1909.



909..


ition.
fl to


1


1909.
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PUBLICATIONS


OF THE


BUREAU


OF PLANT


INDUSTRY.


The Utilization of Pea-Cannery Refuse for Forage. 1910.
The Limitation of the Satsuma Orange to Trifoliate-Orange Stock.
Prickly Comfrev as a Forage Crop. 1910.


1909.


The Present Status of the Tobacco Industry.


1910.


Improvement of Pastures in Eastern New York and the
[In press.]
Three Much-Misrepresented Sorghums. [In press.]
Fruit Growing for Home Use in the Central and So


New

uther


England States.

n Great Plains.


[In press.]
Wart Disease of the Potato; a Dangerous European Disease Liable to be In-
troduced into the United States. 1910.
Mutative Reversions in Cotton. [In press.]
The Substitution of Lime-Sulphur Preparations for Bordeaux Mixture in the


Treatment of Apple Diseases. [In press.]
American Export Corn (Maize) in Europe.


[In press.]


MISCELLANEOUS CIRCULARS.


A considerable number of miscellaneous circulars and minor publica-
tions, referring to many different lines of work and appearing in vari-
ous forms, have been issued by the Bureau of Plant Industry. These


do not bear consecutive numbers or constitute a regular series,
account of limited editions are not available for distribution,


public libraries,
the Department


agricultural
of Agricult


experiment stations,


1ure.


a matter


and on
even to


or collaborators of


of fact,


they


classed as
the press i


'publications


and no


announcement of their issue from


made by the Department.


ANNUAL


REPORTS.


A report of the Chief of the Bureau of Plant Industry detailing the


principal lines of
polished during the
both in connection


investigation


undertaken


and


result


accom-


preceding twelve months has been issued yearly,
with the Annual Report of the Secretary of Agri-


culture and in separate form.
The following reports in separate form are available for distribution
and will be sent free of charge to any address within the territory of
the United States upon application to the Secretary of Agriculture,
Washington, D. C.:


Report
Report
Report
Report
Report
Report


of Chief, 1900.
of Chief, 1901.
of Chief, 1906.
of Chief, 1907.


of Chief
of Chief


T. Galloway.
T. Galloway.
T. Galloway.
T. Galloway.
T. Galloway.
T. Galloway.


1908.
1909.


SPECIAL REPORTS.


A report on the
issued yearly since


beet-sugar industry
1897.


of the


United States has


been







PUBLICATIONS


OF THE


BUREAU


OF PLANT


INDUSTRY.


Report 82.

84.

86.

90.


Progress
Charles
Progress
Charles
Progress
Charles
Progress
Charles


of the Beet
i F. Saylor.
of the Beet
s F. Saylor.
of the Beet
F. Saylor.
of the Beet
F. Saylor.


;-Sugar
Price,
-Sugar
Price,
;-Sugar
Price,
-Sugar
Price,


Industry
15 cents;
Industry
15 cents;
Industry
10 cents;
Industry
10 cents;


in the
postage
in the
postage
in the
postage
in the
postage


United States in 1905


to foreign country
United States in
to foreign country
United States in
!to foreign country
United States in
to foreign country


C


. By
cents.
. By
cents.
. By
cents.
,. By


es, 3 cents.


FARMERS'


BULLETINS,


The following
Plant Industry
charge1 to any a
application to a
to the Secretary


Farmers'


Bulletins


cont


since its organization in
address within the territory
Senator, Representative,
of Agriculture, Washingt


ributed by the Bureau of
1901 will be sent free of
r of the United States upon
or Delegate in Congress, or
on, D. C.2


Emmer: A Grain for the Semiarid Regions.
Pineapple Growing.
Winter Forage Crops for the South. [Distribution discontinued.]
Celery Culture.3 IDistribution discontinued.]
The Home Fruit Garden: Preparation and Care.
The Home Vineyard, with Special Reference to Northern Conditions.
The Propagation of Plants.
Practical Suggestions for Fruit Growers. [Distribution discontinued.]
Rape as a Forage Crop.
Cassava.
Pearl Millet. [Distribution discontinued.]
Broom Corn.
Home Manufacture and Use of Unfermented Grape Juice.
Cranberry Culture.
Pruning.
Beautifying the Home Grounds.
Weeds Used in Medicine.
Alfalfa Seed.
Annual Flowering Plants.
Strawberries.
Corn Growing.
The Cultivation of Mushrooms.
Varieties of Fruits Recommended for Planting. [Distribution disconti
Raspberries.
Beneficial Bacteria for Leguminous Crops.4 [Distribution discontinue
Alfalfa Growing.5 [Distribution discontinued.]
Essential Steps in Securing an Early Crop of Cotton.o
The School Garden.
Lessons from the Grain-Rust Epidemic of 1904.
Tomatoes.
Fungous Diseases of the Cranberry.
Canadian Field Peas.
The Production of Good Seed Corn.
Spraying for Cucumber and Melon Diseases.
Okra: Its Culture and Uses.


nued.]


ed.]


I


-~~-~--







PUBLICATIONS


OF THE


BUREAU


OF PLANT


INDUSTRY.


Citrus Fruit Growin:
Inoculation of Lergu
An Example of Mod
Fungicides and The
Renovation of Worn
Saccharine Sorghum
The Control of the
tinued.]
The Lawn.
The Prevention of S
The Germination of


; in the Gulf States.
Ties. [Distribution
el Farming.
ir Use in Preventing
-Out Soils.
s for Forage.
Codling Moth and I


discontinued.]

Diseases of Fruits.


Lpple Scab.


2 [Distribution disecon-


thinking Smut of Wheat and Loose Smut of Oats.
Seed Corn.


Cucumbers.
The Home Vegetable Garden,


Seed of Re
Forage-Cro
A Successful
Flax Cultu
Legumninou
A Method
A Profitabi
Celery.


Sp


d Clover and Its Impurities.
p Practices in Western Oregon and Western
ul Hog and Seed-Corn Farm.
re.
is Crops for Green Manuring.
of Eradicating Johnson Grass.
e Tenant Dairy Farm.


raying for Apple Diseases and the C&


Insect and Fungous Enemies of the Gr
The Advantage of Planting Heavy Cot
Comparative Value of Whole Cotton See
Cotton.
Nonsaccharine Sorghums.
Beans.
Evaporation of Apples.
Cost of Filling Silos.
Farm Practice in the Columbia Basin 1
Diversified Farming under the Plantat
Some Important Grasses for the Gulf C
Home-Grown Tea.
Sea Island Cotton.
Growing and Curing Hops.
Dodder in Relation to Farm Seeds.
Roselle: Its Culture and Uses.
A Successful Alabama Diversification
A Successful Southern Hay Farm.
IHarvesting and Storing Corn.
A Method of Breeding Early Cotton to
Progress in Legume Inoculation.
Cowpeas.
Demonstration Work in Cooperation wi
Milo as a Dry-Land Grain Crop.
Clover Farming on the Sandy Jack-Pin
Sweet Potatoes.
Small Farms in the Corn Belt.
Building up a Run-Down Cotton Plant
Cotton Wilt.
Cropping Systems for New England Di
Alfalfa.
'hp Chlii 1 tinn ,of Tobac.cp on Tpntn


Washington.


odling Moth in the Ozarks.2
ape East of the Rocky Mountains.2
ton Seed.
Ad and Cotton-Seed Meal in Fertilizing


Uplands.
ion System.
oast Region.


Farm.


Escape Boll-Weevil Damage.


ith Southern Farmers.

'e Lands of the North.


;ation .


airy Farms.


Jrv .nd r pp"r~n I4qppP


. I 1&+ 1






PUBLICATIONS


OF THE


BUREAU


OF PLANT


INDUSTRY.


No. 370. Replanning a Farm for Profit.
372. Soy Beans.
380. The Loco-Weed Disease.
382. The Adulteration of Forage-Plant Seeds.
386. Potato Growing on Irrigated Farms of the
--- Farm Practice in the Use of Commercial
States. [In press.]


YEARBOOK


West.
Fertilizers in the South Atlantic


PAPERS.


Since its organization in 1901 the Bureau of Plant In
tribute seventy-three papers to the Yearbooks of the
Agriculture, all of which have been reprinted for distri
rate form. A list of these papers follows. Copies ol
at the Department of Agriculture can be obtained wi


dustry has cu
Department
ibution in sei
f those in stc
thout cost'


on-
of
pa-
ck


persons within the territory of the United
request therefore to the Secretary of Agricul
For a subject index to the papers cont


Plant Industry to
see Circular No. 1


t


he Yearbooks of the
of this Bureau.


D


States
lture, W
ributed
,epartmn


upon


addressing


ashington, D. C
by the Bureau
ent of Agricultli


*


ire,


*225.
*t229.
*t230.
*t238.
*242.
*t246.
*254.
*262.
*264.
266.
*t277.
278.
*279.
281.
283.
*284.
287.
*290.
291.
293.
*310.
314.
*317.
320.
*321.
*t323.
*tt325.
326.
330.
*336.
340.


The Relation of Nutrition to the Health of Plants.
Little-Known Fruit Varieties Considered Worthy of Wider Dissemination.


Commercial Apple Orcharding.
Agricultural Seeds-W here Grown and How H
Agriculture in the Tropical Islands of the Uni
The Home Fruit Garden.
The Hemp Industry in the United States.
The Contamination of Public Water Supplie~
Industrial Progress in Plant Work.
Top-Working Orchard Trees.
Bacteria and the Nitrogen Problem.
Systems of Farm Management in the United S
Improvement of Cotton by Seed Selection.
Grape, Raisin, and Wine Production in the Ui
Promising New Fruits.
Plants as a Factor in Home Adornment.
Improvement of Corn by Seed Selection.
Fertilizers for Special Crops.
Crops Used in the Reclamation of Alkali Land
Cultivation and Fertilization of Peach Orchar
The Cultivation of Corn.
The Growing of Long-Staple Upland Cotton.
Relation of Cold Storage to Commercial Apple
Relation of Sugar Beets to General Farming.
Principal Commercial Plant Fibers.
A Model Farm.
Cultivation of Drug Plants in the United Stat<
Macaroni Wheat.
Promising New Fruits.
The Relation of Plant Physiology to the Deve
Opportunities in Agriculture: I. Growing Cr


handled .
ted States.

by Algte.


states .

united Stat es.


Is in Egypt.
Js.


culturee.


lopment of Agriculture.
ops under Glass. II. Fruit






PUBLICATIONS


OF THE


BUREAU


OF PLANT


INDUSTRY.


. *351.
354.
*356.
*358.
t361.
*t363.

*t367.
*377.

*383.
*384.
387.
*389.
*394.
399.
401.
*t409.
t411.
419.
422.
*427.
*429.
*431.
*t437.
441.
*446.
450.
453.
1456.
459.
461.
463.
*467.
475.
478.
483.

487.
490.
493.
494.
496.


Sugar-Beet Seed Breeding.
Some Uses of the Grapevine and Its Fruit.
Promising New Fruits.
The Improvement of Tobacco by Breeding and Selection.
Cotton Culture in Guatemala.
Work of the Bureau of Plant Industry in Meeting the Ravages of the Boll
Weevil and Some Diseases of Cotton.
Plant Diseases in 1904.


Diversified Farming i
Alabama and Missisi
Texas. IV. Texas.
New Fruit Productions
The Business of Seed a
The Handling of Fruit
The Effect of Inbreedi
New Opportunities in
Promising New Fruits.


n the
sippi.


Cotton Belt: I. South Atlantic Coast. II.
III. Louisiana, Arkansas, and Northeastern


3 of the Department of
md Plant Introduction
for Transportation.
ng in Plants.
Subtropical Fruit Grow


Agriculture.
and Distribution.


ring.


Progress in Drug-Plant Cultivation.
Plant Diseases in 1905.
The Present Status of the Nitrogen Problem.
Range Management.
Methods of Reducing the Cost of Producing Beet Sugar.
New Citrus and Pineapple Productions of the Department of Agriculture.
Promising New Fruits.
New Tobacco Varieties.
Plant Diseases in 1906.
Progress in Some of the New Work of the Bureau of Plant Industry.
The Art of Seed Selection and Breeding.
Promising New Fruits.
The Status of the American Lemon Industry.
Cropping Systems for Stock Farms.
Truck Farming in the Atlantic Coast States.
Dry-Land Farming in the Great Plains Area.
Diseases of Ornamental Trees.
Plant Diseases in 1907.
The Wastes of the Farm.
The Search for New Leguminous Forage Crops.
The Causes of Southern Rural Conditions and the Small Farm as an Im-
portant Remedy.
Types of Farming in the United States.
Intensive Methods and Systematic Rotation of Crops in Tobacco Culture.
By-Products of the Sugar Beet and Their Uses.
The Development of Farm Crops Resistant to Disease.
Promising New Fruits.


OFFICE


OF EDITOR


Washington, D.


OF BUREAU,
C., February 15, 1910.


The Department supply of the Yearbook papers marked with a star is exhausted,
and copies of these can be supplied by the Superintendent of Documents only upon
payment of a fee of 5 cents each.
t The supply of the Superintendent of Documents of the Yearbook papers marked
with a dagger is exhausted, and copies can not be furnished.







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