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B. P. I -504.


United


13, 19f09,


States


BUREAU


Department


OF PLANT INDUSTRY,


B. T. GALLOWAY, Chief of Bureau.


PUBLICATIONS


OF THE BUREAU


OF PLANT INDUSTRY


BULLETINS.


The scien
Industry, w
bulletins, a]
Attention
technical rI


ture ai
official
ments,


these


b


tific
which


and technical publications
was organized July 1, 1901


Bureau


Plant


are issued in a series of


list of which follows.


is directed 1
iblications of


general


fact


United


distribution


that


"the


States
i. All


serial,


Department


copies


use are by law turned over to the Superintendent
who is empowered to sell them at cost." All applic
bulletins should therefore be made to the Sunerint


Documents,


Government


Printing Office,


r1


Washington, D.


scientific,


and


of Agricul-


required


of Docu-
Sations for
endent of


C., accom-


panied by either a postal money order, an express money order, a draft
on New York, or by cash. Postage stamps, foreign money, uncerti-
fied checks, and defaced or slick coin will not be accepted in payment


for publications.
warded to poini


Islands,


and Porto


No charge
in the Uni


Rico,


is made for postage on
ted States, Guam, Ha'


or to Canada,


Cuba


documents for-


wall,


or Mexico.


Philippine
To other


countries the regular rate of postage is charged, and remittances must
cover such postage.


Relation of Lime and


Magnesia to


cents.
Spermatogenesis and Fecundation of Zamia.
Macaroni Wheats. 1901. Price, 20 cents.


Range Improvement in Arizona. 1901.
Seeds and Plants Imported. Inventory
A List of American Varieties of Peppers.


Plant Growth.


1901.


Price, 10


. Price, 20 cents.


Price, 10 cents.


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>ET


S,


1902.


Price, 10 cents.


I
'It


No. 9.
1902.


" Yi3


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*14. The Decay of Timber and Methods of Preventing It. 1902. Price, 55 cents.
*15. Forage Conditions on the Northern Border of the Great Basin. 1902. Price,
15 cents.
tl6. A Preliminary Study of the Germination of the Spores of Agaricus Cam-
pestris and Other Basidiomycetous Fungi. 1902.
17. Some Diseases of the Cowpea. 1902. Price, 10 cents.
*18. Observations on the Mosaic Disease of Tobacco. 1902. Price, 15 cents.


*19.
20.
*t21.
22.
*23.

24.
25.


*28.
*28
29.
*+30.
31.
32.

33.
*+34.


39.
*t40.
*41.
42.
43.
*44.
45.


Kentucky Bluegrass Seed. 1902. Price, 10
Manufacture of Semolina and Macaroni. 19(


cents.
)2. Price,


15 cents.


List of American Varieties of Vegetables. 1903.
Injurious Effects of Premature Pollination. 1902. Price, 10 cents.
Berseem: The Great Forage and Soiling Crop of the Nile Valley.
Price, 15 cents.
Unfermented Grape Must. 1902. Price, 10 cents.
Miscellaneous Papers: I. The Seeds of Rescue GrAs and Chess. II.
golla Wheat. III. Plant Introduction Notes from South Africa.


Congressional Seed
Price, 15 cents.
Spanish Almonds. 19
Letters on Agriculturn
Price, 15 cents.
The Mango in Porto R
The Effect of Black-R


and Plant Distribution


Circulars,


1902-1903.


Price, 15 cents.
the West Indies, Spain, and the Orient.


ico. 1903. Pl
,ot on Turnips.


rice, 15 cents.
1903. Price


Budding the Pecan. 1902.
Cultivated Forage Crops of the Northwestern


A Disease of the
Price, 10 cents.


White Ash Caused


North American Species of Leptochloa.
Silkworm Food Plants. 1903.


P


1902.


Sara-
IV.
1903.


1902.


15 cents.


States. 1902. Price, 10 cents.
olyporus Fraxinophilus. 1903.


1903.


Price, 15 cents.


Recent Foreign Explorations, as Bearing on the Agricultural Development
of the Southern States. 1903. Price, 15 cents.
The "Bluing" and the '"Red-Rot of the Western Yellow Pine, with
Special Reference to the Black Hills Forest Reserve. 1904. Price, 30
cents.
Formation of the Spores in the Sporangia of Rhizopus Nigricans and of
Phvcomvces Nitens. 1903. Price, 15 cents.
Forage Conditions and Problems in Eastern Washington, Eastern Oregon,
Northeastern California, and Northwestern Nevada. 1903. Price, 15


cents.
The Propagation of the Easter Lily
Cold Storage, with Special Referen
The Commercial Grading of Corn.
Three New Plant Introductions fro
Japanese Bamboos. 1903. Price,
The Bitter-Rot of Apples. 1903.


Physiological


cents.
*46. The Propagation
10 cents.
*47. The Description
48. The Apple in Co
49. The Culture of th
*50. Wild Rice: Its I
S1 M;crPllannon T^


Role of Mineral


from Seed. 1903. Price, 10 cen
ce to the Pear and Peach. 1903.
1903. Price, 10 cents.
rn Japan. 1903. Price, 10 cents.


10 cents.
Price, 15 cents.
Nutrients in


Plants.


Tropical Fruit Trees and Other Plants.


of Wheat Varieties.
id Storage. 1903.


1903. Price, 10 cents.
Price, 15 cents.


1903.

1903.


ts.


Price,


Price,


ie Central American Rubber Tree. 1903. Price, 25 cents.
;ses and Propagation. 1903. Price, 10 cents.
*n rca I Tha Wilt TIoo n f rTnahe rn +and TI+ (Anntrnl


*









The Date Palm. 1904. Price, 20 cents.
Persian Gulf Dates. 1903. Price, 10 cents.
The Dry-Rot of Potatoes Due to Fusarium Oxysporum.
cents.


1904.


Price, 10


Nomenclature
Methods Used
10 cents.
The Vitality al
Pasture, Mead(
A Soft Rot of t
The Avocado i
Notes on Egyp
Investigations
A Method of ]


of the Apple. 1905. Price, 30 cents.
for Controlling and Reclaiming Sand Dunes.


nd Germination
)ow, and Forage
he Calla Lily.
n Florida. 190
tian Agricultur


of Rusts. 1904.
Destroying or Prm


Pathogenic Bacteria in Water
Reclamation of Cape Cod Sand


of Seeds. 1904. Price,
Crops in Nebraska. 1904.
1904. Price, 10 cents.
4. Price, 5 cents.
. 1904. Price, 10 cents.


1904.


10 cents.
Price, 10


Price, 10 cents.
venting the Growth of Algte an
Supplies. 1904. Price, 5 cents.
Dunes. 1904. Price, 10 cents.


d


*66. Seeds and Plants Imported during the Period from September, i
December, 1903. Inventory No. 10. 1905. Price, 20 cents.
*67. Range Investigations in Arizona. 1904. Price, 15 cents.
*68. North American Species of Agrostis. 1905. Price, 10 cents.
69. American Varieties of Lettuce. 1904. Price, 15 cents.
70. The Commercial Status of Durum Wheat. 1904. Price, 10 cents.
*71. Soil Inoculation for Legumes. *1905. Price, 15 cents.
72. Miscellaneous Papers: I. Cultivation of Wheat in Permanent Alfalfa
II. The Salt Water Limits of Wild Rice. III.* Extermination (
son Grass. IV.* Inoculation of Soil with Nitrogen-Fixing B
1905. Price of complete bulletin, 5 cents; separates, 5 cents each
73. The Development of Single-Germ Beet Seed. 1905. Price, 10 cen
*74. The Prickly Pear and Other Cacti as Food for Stock. 1905. Price,


77.
T"78.
79.

80.
81.
82.
83.


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


The Avocado: A Salad Fruit from the Tropics.
Improving the Quality of Wheat. 1905.
The Variability of Wheat Varieties in Resist
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. I


905.
Pric
1905.
rice, 5


1905.


ance to


Price,


cents.




Certain


L900,


Fields.
)f John-
acteria.
.
.ts
5 cents.


ice, 5 cents.
1905. Price,


Price. 5 cents.


Toxic


Salts.


1905.


Price, 10 cents.
e, 5 cents.
Price, 10 cents.
cents.


The Seeds of the Bluegrasses. 1905. Price, 5 cents.
The Principles of Mushroom Growing and Mushroom Spawn Making.
Price, 10 cents.
Agriculture without Irrigation in the Sahara Desert. 1905. Price,
Disease Resistance of Potatoes. 1905. Price, 5 cents.


1905.


5 cents.


Weevil-Resisting Adap
Wild Medicinal Plants
Miscellaneous Papers:
II. The Crown-Gall
Peppermint. IV. T


stations of the Cotton Plant.
of the United States. 1906.


1906.
Price


Price, 10 cents.
5 cents.


I. The Storage and Germination of Wild Rice Seed.
and Hairy-Root Diseases of the Apple Tree. III.
he Poisonous Action of Johnson Grass. 1900. Price


of complete bulletin, 5 cents; separates, 5 cent
. Varieties of Tobacco Seed Distributed in 1905-6,


1906. Price, 5 c
Date Varieties and


ents.
Date Culture


s each.
with Cultural Directions.


in Tunis. 1906. Price; 25 cents.


--










Soy Bean Varieties
A Quick Method foi
5 cents.
Miscellaneous Papw
The Wrapping of
III. Garlicky W
Cigar Tobacco.
VII. The Effect
Affecting Legum


cents; separates, 5 (
101. Contents of and Index
15 cents.
102. Miscellaneous Papers:
of Cacti as Stock F(
a Cropping System.


. 1907. Price, 15 cents.
r the Determination of Moisture in Grain.


ers: I. Cranberry Spraying Experi
Apple Grafts and Its Relation to the
heat. IV. Methods of Testing the
V.* The Drug Known as Pinkroot.
of Copper upon Water Bacteria
ie Inoculation. 1907. Price of cc


1907.


Price.


ments in 1905. II.
Crown-Gall Disease.
Burning Quality of
VI. Orchard Grass.
VIII. Conditions
)mplete bulletin, 25


rents each except No. VIII, which is 10 cents.
: to Bulletins Nos. I to 100, Inclusive. 1907.


I. Su
)od. I
IV.


Leguminous Forage Plants
VI.* The History of the


VII.*
1907.


"103.
*104.
105.

*106.

107.
*108.
*109.
110.
111.




*112.

113.

114.
115.


except I
Dry Farm
The Use o
The Relat
Tobacco
Seeds and
July, 19
American
nm ri 1 I


A Ne
Price


w


mmary of Recent Investigations of
I. A Successful Dairy Farm. III.*
The Application of Vegetative Prop
V. The Control of Texas Root-Rot
Cowpea and Its Introduction .into


Method for the Determination
of complete bulletin, 15 cents


o. VI, which is 10 cents.
ing in the Great Basin. 1907.
if Feldspathic Rocks as Fertiliz
ion of the Composition of the
. 1907. Price, 10 cents.
Plants Imported during the
06. Inventory No. 12. 1S07.
Root Drugs. 1907. Price, 15
riC ,, ,' Cl I' fl /-' -


of Nicotine in


, separates,


Price,


the Value
Planning
agation to
of Cotton.
America.
Tobacco.
ents each


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


(


mne CLol storage o01 mall rrults. J>UW.
American Varieties of Garden Beans. 19(
(Cranberry Diseases. 1907. Price, 20 cei:
Miscellaneous Papers: I. The Larkspurs
Fibers of Long-Staple Upland Cott
Clover and Alfalfa Seed. IV. Forage
Oklahoma. V. The Culture and Uses
complete bulletin, 15 cents: separates,
The Use of Suprarenal Glands in the Phy
1907. Price. 10 cents.


The Comparative
Alkali Soils. 1!
Sap-Rot and Othe
The Disinfection
Supplies. 1907
The Tuna as Food
The Reseeding of
cents.


Tolerance of Various PI:
907. Price. 5 cents.
r Diseases of the Red Gum.


Period
Price,
cents.
Price


07.
lts.
Las


from De,
15 cents.


cc~mber,


1905,


15 cents.


Price, 25 cents.


Poisonous


Plants.


ons. III. Imported Low-Grade
Crops for Hogs in Kansas and
of Brome-Grass. 1907. Price of
5 cents each.
biological Testing of Drug Plants.


ants for the


1907.


Price


of Sewage Effluents for the Protectiox
. Price, 10 cents.
for Man. 1907. Price, 25 cents.
Depleted Range and Native Pastures.


Peruvian Alfalfa: A New Long-Season Variety for the Soi
Price, 10 cents.
The Mulberry and Other Silkworm Food Plants. 1907. P
The Production of Easter Lily Bulbs in the United States.
10 cents.


121.


Salts Common


15 cents.


x of Public


1907.


uthwest.


Water


Price, 10


1907.


rice, 10 cents.
1908. Price


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
IIT.. T 1 -I T I Z TYr rrl .


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j e


i


t


,, ..








127.
128.
129.
130.
131.




*t132.


The Improvement of Mountain Meadows. 1908.
Egyptian Cotton in the Southwestern United States
Barium: A Cause of the Loco-Weed Disease. 1908
Dry-Land Agriculture. 1908. Price, 10 cents.
Miscellaneous Papers: I. The Germination of Vec


Ott


Botanical History and
tion of Fruit Trees and


Tne uiv
of comp
eds and


Price, 10 cents.
* 1908. Price, 15 cents.
* Price, 10 cents.

retable Seeds. II. The


(lassification of Alfalfa. III. The ('ross-Inocula-
Shrubs with Crown-Gall. IV. Recent Studies of


in, r


e- iuoercie rganmsm. ine.ectianesor ott
lete bulletin, 10 cents; separates, 5 cents each.
Plants Imported during the Period from July, 1


p011.


1908.


Price


.906, to December


31, 1907. Inventory No.
133. Peach, Apricot, and Prune l
the United States. 1908.
134. The Influence of a Mixture
upon the Leaf Structure
1908. Price, 5 cents.


135. Orchal
Sou
136. Metho
137. Seeds


*138.

139.
*140.
141.


142.


13. 1908.
Kernels as
Price,
of Soluble
and Transj


By-Products of the Fruit Industry of
cents.
Salts. Principally Sodium Chlorid,
)iration of Wheat, Oats, and Barley.


rd Fruits in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge Regions of Virginia and the
th Atlantic States. 1908. Price, 20 cents.
ds and Causes of Evolution. 1908. Price, 10 cents.
and Plants Imported during the Period from January 1 to March 31,


1908. Inventory No. 14. 1909.
The Production of Cigar-Wrapper T
Valley. 1908. Price, 15 cents.
American Medicinal Barks. 1909.
"Spineless" Prickly Pears. 1909.
Miscellaneous Papers: I. The Relat
II. The Granville Tobacco Wilt.


History. IV. The I
Present Status of the


importance
Chestnut IF


Price. 10 cents.
tobaccoo under Shade in the Connecticut


Price, 15 cents.
Price, 10 cents.
ion of Nicotine to the
III. The Florida \
of Broad Breeding
ark Disease. 1909.


Quality of Tobacco.
(elvet Bean and Its
in Corn. V. The
Price of complete


bulletin. cents; separates, 5 cents each.
Seeds and Plants Imported (luring the Period from April 1 to June 30, 1908.
Inventory No. 15. 1909. Price, 10 cents.
Principles and Practical Methods of Curing Tobacco. 1909. Price, 10 cents.


Apple


Blotch, a Serious Disease of Southern Orchards.


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


1909.


1909.

1909.


1909.


Price, 15

Price, 15

Price, 10


Price


Seeds and Plants Imported during
1908. Inventory No. 16. 1909.


the Period from July 1 to September 30,
Price, 10 cents.


Diseases of Deciduous Forest Trees. 1909. Price,
The Wild Alfalfas and Clovers of Siberia, with a 1
Alfalfas of the World. 1909. Price, 10 cents.
Fruits Recommended by the American Pomologica
in the Various Sections of the United States and
15 cents.


15 cents.
Perspective


View of the


1 Society for Culti
Canada. 1909.


ovation
Price,


The Loose Smuts of Barley and Wheat. 1909. Price, 15 cents.
Seeds and Plants Imported during the Period from October 1 to December
31, 1908. Inventory No. 17. 1909. Price, 10 cents.
Farm Water Supplies of Minnesota. 1909. Price, 15 cents.
The Control of Black-Rot of the Grape. 1909. Price, 15 cents.


A Study of Diversity in Egyptian Cotton.
*tbr n orL I Pl ftr in onfyi *I En nf ln T iI


190!
10(it


9. Price, 15 cents.
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6

NUMBERED CIRCULARS.


The
tended
States
retary


1


(


lumbered circulars of the Bureau of Plant Industry
for gratuitous distribution within the territory of the
and will be sent free of charge upon application to
)f Agriculture. Washington. D. C.


C


-Ia C


are in-
United
the See-


Self-Boiled Line-Sulphur Mixture a3 a Promising Fungicide.b 1908.
An Improved Method of Separating Buckhorn from Red Clover and Alfalfa


Seeds. 1908.
Some Stem Tumors or Knots on Apple and Quince Trees
The Treatment of Damping-Off in Coniferous Seedlings.
Barley Culture in the Northern Great Plains. 1908.
The Cultivation and Handling of Goldenseal. 1908.
The Field Treatment of Tobacco Root-Rot. 1908.


1908.
1908.


The
Texa
Note


Smuts of Sorghum. 1908.
Is Root-Rot of Cotton: Field
s on Dry Farming. 1908.


Experiments in 1907


1908.


Danger in Judging Cotton Varieties by Lint Percentages. 1908.
Dry-Land Grains. 1908.
The Work of the San Antonio Experiment Farm in 1907. 1908.
Change of Vegetation on the South Texas Prairies. 1908.
The Fertilizing Value of Hairy Vetch for Connecticut Tobacco Fields.


1908.


A New Basis for Barley Valuation and Improvement. 1908.
Index to Papers Relating to Plant-Industry Subjects in the Yearbooks of the


United States' Department of Agricul
Reappearance of a Primitive Character
The Decay of Florida Oranges while in
An Electrical Resistance Method for the
Content of Grain. 1908.
Farmers' Cooperative Demonstration W
ment. 1908.


ture. 1908.
in Cotton Hybrids. 1908.
Transit and on the Market. 1908.
Rapid Determination of the Moisture


ork in Its Relation to Rural Improve-


iter in


Farm Practice in the Use of Land Pla'
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 Factors Affecting the Keeping Qualities of
Lime-Sulphur Mixtures for the Summer Spraying
Clover-Seed Production in the Willamette Valley
Experiments with Egyptian Cotton in 1908. 190!
Improvement of the Oat Crop. 1909.
Notes on the Number and Distribution of Native
Kansas. 1909.


Moisture Con
The Necessit
The Work of
The Present
The Bud-Rol


tent and Shrinkage in Grain. 19
y for New Standards of Hop Valu
the San Antonio Experiment Far
Status of the White-Pine Blights.
t of the Cocoanut Palm. 1909.


Western Oregon and Western


California. 1909.
duction in Semiarid Regions. 1909.
)r Farming in the Pacific Northwest.


American Lemons.
of Orchards. 1909.
, Oregon. 1909.
9.


1909.


Iegumes in Nebraska and


09.
ation. 1909
m in 1908.
1909.


Comparative Tests of Sugar-Beet Varieties. 1909.
European ('urrant Rust on the White Pine in America.


1


1909.


909.


a To residents of foreign countries a uniform charge of 5 cents each is made for cir-







MISCELLANEOUS


CIRCULARS.


considerable


locations,


number of


referring to


manyV


miscellaneous circulars andt


different


lines of work and


minor


l>ub-


appearing in


various forms, have been issued by the Bureau of Plant Industry.
These do not bear consecutive numbers or constitute a regular series,


and


on account of limited editions are not available for distribution,


even


to public libraries, agricultural experiment station


rators of


Department of


Agriculture.


As a matter of


or collabo-
fact, they


are not classed as


publications


and no announcement of their issue


from


the press is made by the Department.


ANNUAL REPORTS.


report


Chlef


Bureau


Plant


Industry


d(


the principal lines of investigation undertaken and the results
listed during the preceding twelve months has been issued
oth in connection with the Annual Renort of the Secretary


culture and in separate form.
The following reports in s<


tion and will be sent free of


tory of the
culture, W


(


separate form a
hargea to any


United States upon application


detailingg
accom-
yearly,
of Agri-


1. (CS'


available


ad(iress within


the Secretary


distrib u-
the terri-


Agri-


ashington


Report of Chief, 1901. By
Report of Chief, 1906. By
Report of Chief, 1907. By
Report of Chief, 1908. By


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


SPECIAL REPORTS.


A report on the beet-sugar industry


of the


Unite:l States has been


issued


yearly since


1897.


Copies of t
of Document


he fo


allowing


can


Government


obtaine!


Printing


Office,


fromrn


Superintendent


Washington,


payment of the prices specified:b


Report


. Progress of the
Charles F. Sa


y


Beet-Sugar Industry in the United States in 1903. By
lor. Price, 10 cents; postage to foreign countries, 5 cents.


Progress of the Beet-Sugar Industry in the United States in 1905. By
Charles F. Saylor. Price, 15 cents; postage to foreign countries, 4 cents.
Progress of the Beet-Sugar Industry in the United States in 1906. By


Charles F. Sa


y


lor. Price, 15 cents; postage to foreign countries,


4 cents.


Progress of the Beet-Sugar Industry in the United States in 1907. By
Charles'F. Saylor. Price, 10 cents; postage to foreign countries, 3 cents.
Progress of the Beet-Sugar Industry in the United States in 1908. By


Charles F. Sa


v


lor. Price


,10 cents; postage to foreign countries,


3 cents.


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8

FARMERS' BULLETINS.


The


following
T 1 J


Farmers'


Bullet


riant Incustry since its orgamz:
charge a to any address within the
application to a Senator, Repres
or to the Secretary of Agriculture,


ins contributed by the Bureau of
ation in 1901 will be sent free of
territory of the United States upon
entative, or Delegate in Congress,
Washington. D. C.


C-


No. 139.
140.
147.
148.
154.
156.
157.
161.
164.
167.
168.
174.
175.
176.
181.
185.
188.
194.
195.
198.
199.
204.
208.
213.
214.
215.
217.
218.
219.
220.
221.
224.
229.
231.
232.
238.
240.
242.
243.
245.
246.
247.
248.
250.
253.
254.
245.
247. C


Emmer: A Grain for the Semiarid Regions.
Pineapple Growing.
Winter Forage Crops for the South.
Celery Culture. [Distribution discontinued.]
The Home Fruit Garden: Preparation and Care.
The Home Vineyard, with Special Reference to Northern
The Propagation of Plants.
Practical Suggestions for Fruit Growers. [Distribution di,
Rape as a Forage Crop.
Cassava.
Pearl Millet.
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.
Raspberries.
Beneficial Bacteria for Leguminous Crops. c [I)istribution
Alfalfa Growing.d [Distribution discontinued.]
Essential Steps in Securing an Early Crop of Cotton.e
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.
Citrus Fruit Growing in the Gulf States.


Inoculation
An Example
Fungicides
Renovation
Saccharine


of Legumes.
e of Model Farming.
and Their Use in Preventing Diseases of
of Worn-Out Soils.
Sorghums for Forage.


Conditions.


continued.


i discontinued.]


Fruits.


The Control of the Codling Moth and Apple Scab. e
The Lawn.


The
The


Prevention of Stinking Smut of Wheat and Loose Smut of Oats.
Germination of Seed Corn.


(Cucumbers.
The Home V
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Flax Culture.
Leguminous Crops for Green Mai
A Method of Eradicating Johnso,
A Profitable Tenant Dairy Farm
Celery.
Spraying for Apple Diseases and
Insect and Fungous Enemies of t
The Advantage of Planting Hea
Comparative Value of Whole Cot


ing cotton.
Nonsaccharin
Beans.
Evaporation
Cost of Fillin
Farm Practic


IC


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luring.
n Grass.
i.


the Codling Moth in the Ozarks.o
;he Grape East of the Rocky Mountains.,;
ivy Cotton Seed.
ton Seed and Cotton-Seed Meal in Fertiliz-


Sorghums.


of Apples.
.g Silos.
e in the Columbia Basin Uplands.


Diversified Farming under the Plantation System.
Some Important Grasses for the Gulf Coast Region.
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 Farm.
A Successful Southern Hay Farm.
Harvesting and Storing Corn.
A Method of Breeding Early Cotton to Escape Bol
Progress in Legume Inoculation.
Cowpeas.
Demonstration Work in Cooperation with Southern
Milo as a Dry-Land Grain Crop.
Clover Farming on the Sandy Jack-Pine Lands of t
Sweet Potatoes.
Small Farms in the Corn Belt.
Building up a Run-Down Cotton Plantation.
Cotton Wilt.
Cropping Systems for New England Dairy Farms.
Alfalfa.
The Cultivation of Tobacco in Kentucky and Tenn


The Repair of Farm Equipment.
Onion Culture.
A Successful Poultry and Dairy Farm.
Peanuts.
Meadow Fescue: Its Culture and Uses.
Conditions Affecting the Value of Market Hay.
A Profitable Cotton Farm.
Potato Growing in Northern Sections.
The Eradication of Bindweed, or Wild Morning-Glory.
Replanning a Farm for Profit.
Soy Beans.


li-Weevil Damage.


Farmers.

he North.


eissee.


YEARBOOK PAPERS.


Since its organization in 1901 the
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Bureau of Plant Industry has
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*363.


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


Commercial Apple Orcharding.
Agricultural Seeds-Where Grown and How Handled.
Agriculture in the Tropical Islands of the United States.
The Home Fruit Garden.
The Hemp Industry in the United States.
The Contamination of Public Water Supplies by Alge.
Industrial Progress in Plant Work.
Top;-Working Orchard Trees.
Bacteria and the Nitrogen Problem.
Systems of Farm Management in the United States.
Improvement of Cotton by Seed Selection.
Grape, Raisin, and Wine Production in the United States.
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 Lands in Egypt.
Cultivation and Fertilization of Peach Orchards.
The (Cultivation of Corn.
The Growing of Long-Staple Upland Cotton.
Relation of Cold Storage to Commercial Apple Culture.
Relation of Sugar Beets to General Farming.
Principal Commercial Plant Fibers.
A Model Farm.
Cultivation of Drug Plants in the United States.
Macaroni Wheat.
Promising New Fruits.
The Relation of Plant Physiology to the Development of
Opportunities in Agriculture: I. Growing Crops under Gla
Growing. III. General Farming.
New Citrus relationss of the Department of Agriculture.
Potato Culture near Greeley, Colorado.
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 R


Agriculture.
ss. II. Fruit


avages of the


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377.


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387.
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*394.
399.
401.
*409.


Boll Weevil and Some Diseases of Cotton.


Plant Diseases in 1904.
Diversified Farming in the
Alabama and Mississippi.
Texas. IV. Texas.
New Frvit Productions of
The Business of Seed and


Cotton Belt: I
III. Louisiana


the Department of
Plant Introduction


The Handling of Fruit for Transpor
The Effect of Inbreeding in Plants.
New Opportunities in Subtropical i
Promising New Fruits.
Progress in Drug-Plant Cultivation.
Plant Diseases in 1905.


. South Atlantic Coast. II.
, Arkansas, and Northeastern


Agriculture.
and Distribution.


station.

Fruit Growing.


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475.


Diseases of Ornamental Trees.
Plant Diseases in 1907.
Types of Farming in'the United Sta
The Search for New Leguminous F(
The Causes of Southern Rural C'
Important Remedy.
The Wastes of the Farm.
Intensive Methods and Systematic
By-Products of the Sugar Beet and
The Development of Farm Crops R
Promising New Fruits. [In press.]


tes.
)rage Crops.
conditions and(


Small


Farm


as an


Rotation of Crops in Tobacco Culture.
Their Uses.
resistant to Disease.


OFFICE


OF EDITOR
Washington, 1


OF BUREAU,
). C., August


17, 1909.








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