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BUREAU


B. T. GALLOWAY, Chief of Bureau.


PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY.


BULLETINS.


The scientific and technical publications of the Bureau of Plant
Industry, which was organized July 1, 1901, are issued in a series of
bulletins, a list of which follows.
Attention is directed to the fact that "the serial, scientific, and
technical publications of the United States Department of Agricul-
ture are not for general distribution. All copies not required for
official use are by law turned over to the Superintendent of Docu-
ments, who is empowered to sell them at cost." All applications for
these bulletins should therefore be made to the Superintendent of Docu-
ments, Government 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 de-
faced 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. To other countries the regular rate
of postage is charged, and remittances must cover such postage.
No. *1. The Relation of Lime and Magnesia to Plant Growth. 1901. Price,


10 cents.
*2, Spermatogenesis and Fecundation of Zamia. 1901. Price, 20 cents.
'8. Macaroni Wheats. 1901. Price, 20 cents.
*4. Range Improvement i Arizona. 1901. Price, 10 cents.
*t5. Seeds and Plants Imported. Inventory No. 9. 1902.
6. A List of American Varieties of Peppers. 1902. Price, 10 cents.
*7. The Algerian Durum Wheats. 1C02. Price, 15 cents.
*it. A Colleetion of Fungi Prepared for Distribution. 1902.


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No.*t14.
*15.

*t16.

17.
*t18.
*t19.
20.
*t21.
22.
*t23.
24.
25.



*t26.
27.

*t28.
29.
*t30.
31.


*32.

33.


"It


*-


The Decay of Timber and Methods of Preventing It. 1902.
Forage Conditions on the Northern Border of the Great Bi
Price,. 15 cents.
A Preliminary Study of the Germination of the Spores o
Campestris and Other Basidiomycetous Fungi. 1902.
Some Diseases of the Cowpea. 1902. Price, 10 cents.
Observations on the Mosaic Disease of Tobacco. 1902.
Kentucky Bluegrass Seed. 1902.
Manufacture of Semolina and Macaroni. 1902. Price, 15
List of American Varieties of Vegetables. 1903.
Injurious Effects of Premature Pollination. 1902. Price,
Berseem: The Great Forage and Soiling Crop of the Nile Vi
Unfermented Grape Must. 1902. Price, 10 cents.
Miscellaneous Papers: I. The Seeds of Rescue Grass and
Saragolla Wheat. III. Plant Introduction Notes from So
IV. Congressional Seed and Plant Distribution Circulars,
1903. Price, 15 cents.
Spanish Almonds. 1902.
Letters on Agriculture in the West Indies, Spain, and 1
1902. Price, 15 cents.
The Mango in Porto Rico. 1903.
The Effect of Black-Rot on Turnips. 1903. Price, 15 cents
Budding the Pecan. 1902.
Cultivated Forage Crops of the Northwestern States. 1902.
cents.
A Disease of the White Ash Caused by Polyporus Fraxinoph
Price, 10 cents.
North American Species of Leptochloa. 1903. Price, 15 c


asin.

If Aj


1902.


garicus


cents.


10 cents.
illey. 1902.


Chess. II.
uth Africa.
1902-1903.


the Orient.


Lilt


Price, 10

is. 1903.


ents,


.


34. Silkworm Food Plants. 1903.
35. Recent Foreign Explorations, as Bearing on the Agricultural D4
ment of the Southern States. 1903. Price, 15 cents.
36. The Bluing and the Red-Rot of the Western Yellow Pine
Special Reference to the Black Hills Forest Reserve. 1904.
30 cents.
37. Formation of the Spores in the Sporangia of Rhizopus NigricAB
of Phycomyces Nitens. 1903. Price, 15 cents.
38. Forage Conditions and Problems in Eastern Washington, E
Oregon, Northeastern California, and Northwestern Nevada.
Price, 15 cents.
39. The Propagation of the Easter Lily from Seed. 1903. Price, 10
40. Cold Storage, with Special Reference to the Pear and Peach.
41. The Commercial Grading of Corn. 1903. Price, 10 cents.
42. Three New Plant Introductions from Japan. 1903.
43. Japanese Bamboos. 1903. Price, 10 cents.


*t44.
45.

*t46.
*47.
48.
49.

*"50.


The
The
ce
The
The
The
The


Bitter-Rot of )
Physiological Ri
nts.
Propagation of
Description of
Apple in Cold S
Culture of the


Lpples. 1903.
31e of Mineral Nutrients in Plants.


1903.


Tropical Fruit Trees and Other Plants.
Wheat Varieties. 1903. Price, 10 cents.
torage. 1903. Price, 15 cents.
Central American Rubber Tree. 1903. ]


evelop-

!, with
Price,


is and

eastern
1903.


cents.
1903.


Price, 5

1903.


Price, 25


cents.
Wild Rice: Its Uses and Pronaeation. 1903. Price. 10 cents.


*


.


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53. The Date Palm. 1904. 1
54. Persian Gulf Dates. 190
55. The Dry-Rot of Potatoes
10 cents.
56. Nomenclature of the App
57. Methods Used for Conti
Price, 10 cents.
58. The Vitality and Germin;
59. Pasture, Meadow, and F
cents.
60. A Soft Rot of the Calla
61. The Avocado in Florida.
62. Notes on Egyptian Agrici
63. Investigations of Rusts.
64. A Method of Destroying o
Pathogenic Bacteria in
65. Reclamation of Cape Cod


Price, 20 cents.
3. Price, 10 cents.
Due to Fusarium Oxysporum.


le. 1905.
rolling and


ation of Seeds.
orage Crops in


Lily.
Price
ilture.
1904.
'r Prev
Water
Sand


1904.
, 5 cei
1904.
Price
enting
Supply
Dunes.


Price, 30 cents.
Reclaiming Sand


1904.


Dunes.


Price,


1904.


1904. Price, 10 cents.
Nebraska. 1904. Price,


Price, 10 cents.
its.
Price, 10 cents.
(, 10 cents.
the Growth of Al
ies. 1904. Price
1904. Price. 1(


gte and Certain
, 5 cents.
) cents.


66. Seeds and Plants Imported during the Period from September, 1900, to
December, 1903. Inventory No. 10. 1905.
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
Fields. II. The Salt Water Limits of Wild Rice. III.*t Extermina-
tion of Johnson Grass. IV.* Inoculation of Soil with Nitrogen-Fixing
Bacteria. 1905. Price of complete bulletin, 5 cents; separates, 5
cents each.
73. The Development of Single-Germ Beet Seed. 1905. Price, 10 cents.
74. The Prickly Pear and Other Cacti as Food for Stock. 1905. Price, 5
cents.
75. Range Management in the State of Washington. 1905. Price, 5 cents.


76. Copper as an Algicide and Disil
Price, 5 cents.
77. The Avocado: A Salad Fruit from
78. Improving the Quality of Wheat.
79. The Variability of Wheat Varieties
Price, 5 cents.
80. Agricultural Explorations in Alger
81. Evolution of Cellular Structures.
82. Grass Lands of the South Alaska


83. The Vitality of Buried Seeds. 1
84. The Seeds of the Bluegrasses. 1
'85. The Principles of Mushroom Gre
1905.
86. Agriculture without Irrigation ii
cents.
87. Disease Resistance of Potatoes.
88. Weevil-Resisting Adaptations of
cents.


89. Wild Medicinal Plants of the
flA ii4 r. nnI em n nn tfrii nn l n .. .Ti FT X. ri


9(
9'
)F


nfectant


Water


Si


applies. 1905.


the Tropics. 1905. Price, 5 cents.
1905. Price, 10 cents.
s in Resistance to Toxic Salts. 1905.


ia. 1905. Price, 10 cents.
1905. Price, 5 cents.
Coast. 1905. Price, 10 cents.
05. Price, 5 cents.
05. Price, 5 cents.
wing and Mushroom Spawn Making.


the Sahara Desert.


1905.
the


Price, 5 cents.
Cotton Plant.


1905.


1906.


Price, 5


Price,


United States. 1906. Price, 5 cents
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No.*t92.
*t93.
*94.

95.
*96.
*t97.

98.


*99.

100.







101.

*102.


*103.
*104.
105.

*106.

107.
108.
*t109.
110.
111.


Date Varieties and ]
The Control of, App:
Farm Practice with
Washington. 1906
A New Type of Red
Tobacco Breeding.
Seeds and Plants Im
December, 1905.
Soy Bean Varieties.


A

M


Quick Method for
Price, 5 cents.
miscellaneous Papers
II.* The Wrapping
Gall Disease. III.


Burning I
root. VI.
Bacteria.
Price of
No. VIII,
Contents of
Price, 15
Miscellaneo
Value of
Planning
Propa gat
Root-Rot


Eualit:
* Orcl
VIII
complex
which]


: and
cents.
us Pt
Cacti
a Cr
on to
of Co


duction into
of Nicotine i
separates, 5


Dry
The
The
of
Seed
to
Ame
The


Farming


Use o
Relat
Toba'
s and
July,
rican


f Feld
i r.


J
(


1


y of
hard
:.* C
!te b
h is
Inde

pers


Date Culture in Tunis.
le Bitter-Rot. 1906.
Forage Crops in Weste
. Price, 10 cents.
Clover. 1906. Price, 10
1907. Price, 15 cents.
ported during the Period
inventoryy No. 11. 1907.
1907. Price, 15 cents.


the


Determination


: I.* Cranberry
of Apple Grafts
Garlicky Wheat.
Cigar Tobacco.
Grass. VII. Thl
conditions Affecti
bulletin, 25 cents;
10 cents:
x to Bulletins I

: I. Summary ol


as Stock -Food
popping System.
Leguminous Fc
*tton. VI.* The


kmerica. VII.
Tobacco. 190
?nts each excel
the Great Ba
spathic Rocks
It- *h.


on or tne composition
cco. 1907. Price, 10
Plants Imported, dur:
1906. Inventory No.
Root Drugs. 1907. P


Cold Storage


*
'7.
Pt


1906.


Oregon


Western


cents.

from December, 1903, to


of Moisture in


Grain.


Spraying Experiments i
and Its Relation to the
IV.* Methods of Test
V.* The Drug Known a
e Effect of Copper upon
ng Legume Inoculation.
separates, 5 cents each


~Tos.


1 to 100,


!Recent


Inclusiv<


Investigations


1907.


n 1905.
Crown-
ing the
s Pink-
Water
1907.
except

1907.

of the


. II. A Successful Dairy Farm. III.
IV. The Application of Vegetative
)rage Plants. V. The Control of Texas
History of the Cowpea and Its Intro-
A New Method for the Determination
Price of complete bulletin, 15 cents;
No. VI, which is 10 cents.


sin.


1907.


as Fertilizers.


of
cen
ing
12.
'ric'


of Small Fruits.


the
s.
the
190
, 15
1907


Price, 10 cents.


1907.


Price, 5 cents.


Leaf to the Burning Qualities


Period from December,
)7. Price, 15 cents.
cents.
. Price, 15 cents.


American Varieties of Garden Beans. 1907.
Cranberry Diseases. 1907. Price, 20 cents.
Miscellaneous Papers: I. The Larkspurs as Poisonous Plants.


1905,


II. The


112.

113.

*114.
115.

116.


Fibers of Long-Staple Upland Cottons. III. Imported Low-Grade
Clover and Alfalfa Seed. IV. Forage Crops for Hogs in Kansas and
Oklahoma. V. The Culture and Uses of Brome-Grass. 1907. Price


of corn
The Use
Plants.
The Com
Alkali
Sap-Rot
The Dis
Water
The Tunt


plete bulletin, 15 cents; separates, 5 cents ea
of Suprarenal Glands in the Physiological
S1907. Price, 10 cents.
parative Tolerance of Various Plants for the
Soils. 1907. Price, 5 cents.
and Other Diseases of the Red Gum. 1907.


infection
Supplies.


of Sewage Effluents for
1907. Price, 10 cents.


ch.
Testing of Drug

Salts Common in

Price, 15 cents.


the Protection


a ats Food for Man. 1907. Price, 25 cents.


of Public


.n-. .-' -


I


1


i








5

No. 121. Miscellaneous Papers: I. The Supposed Relationship of White Snake-
root to Milksickness, or "Trembles." II. Mountain Laurel: A Poi-
sonous Plant. III.* Results of Loco-Weed Investigations in the


122.
123.

124.
125.
"126.

128.

129.
130.
131.




"132.

133.

134.


135.

136.
137.

138.

139.
140.
141.


142.

143.
144.
145.


Cl


Field am
Sources
Leaf-Spo
the Japa
plete bul


urly-Top:


d Laboratory V
of Arseiec in
t Caused by SI
nese Chestnut
letin, 15 cents;
A I)isease of S


^ork on Loco-Weed
Certain Samples of
phaeropsis Malorum
to the Bark Diseas
separates, 5 cents
ugar Beets. 1908.


The Decay of Oranges while in Transit
Price, 20 cents.
The Prickly Pear as a Farm Crop. 1908. P
Dry-Land Olive Culture in Northern Africa.
Nomenclature of the Pear. 19008. Price, 30
The Improvement of Mountain Meadows. 1
Egyptian Cotton in the Southwestern United
cents.
Barium: A Cause of the Loco-Weed Disease.
Dry-Land Agriculture. 1908. Price, 10 cent


miscellaneous Papers: I.
The Botanical History a
Inoculation of Fruit
Recent Studies of the
of Cotton. 1908. Price
cents each.
needs and Plants Impor


December 31,
each, Apricot,
try of the Un
he Influence
Chlorid, upon
and Barley.
orchard Fruits
ginia and the


Investigations. IV. The
Dried Hops. V. Apple
. VI. The Immunity of
e. 1908. Price of corn-
each.
Price, 15 cents.


from


California.


1908.


'rice, 10 cents.
1908. Price, 10 cents.
cents.
908. Price, 10 cents.
States. 1908. Price, 15


I
S.


The Germination of
md Classification of A
Trees and Shrubs
Olive-Tubercle Organ:
; of complete bulletin,


ted


during


L908.

Vea
Ifalf
with
ism.
10


the Period


Price, 10 cents.

getable Seeds. II.
a. III. The Cross-
Crown-Gall. IV.
V. The Nectaries
cents; separates, 5


from


July,


1906,


1907. Inventory No. 13. 1908. Price, 20 cents.
and Prune Kernels as By-Products of the Fruit Indus-
ited States. 1908. Price, 5 cents.
of a Mixture of Soluble Salts, Principally Sodium
the Leaf Structure and Transpiration of Wheat, Oats,
1908. Price, 5 cents.
in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge Regions of Vir-
South Atlantic States. 1908. Price, 20 cents.


Methods and Causes of Evolution. 1908. Price, 10 cent
Seeds and Plants Imported during the Period from
March 31, 1908. Inventory No. 14. 1909. Price, 10 ce
The Production of Cigar-Wrapper Tobacco under Shad
necticut Valley. 1908. Price, 15 cents.
American Medicinal Barks. [In press.]
" Spineless Prickly Pears. 1909. Price 10 cents.
Part I. The Relation of Nicotine to the Quality of T
Price, 5 cents. Part II. The Granville Tobacco Wilt.
5 cents.
Seeds and Plants Imported during the Period from April
1908. Inventory No. 15. [In press.]
Principles and Practical Methods of Curing Tobacco. [
Apple Blotch, a Serious Disease of Southern Orchards.
Vegetation Affected by Agriculture in Central America.


lS.
January
nts.


e in


obacc
1908


the Con-



lo. 1908.
. Price,


1 to June 30,

In press.]
[In press.]
[In press.]


NUMBERED


CIRCUTLARS.


The


numbered circulars of the B


Bureau of Plant Industry are in-


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No. *1. Self-Boiled Lime-Sulphur Mixture as a Promising Fungicide.


2. An


Improved


Alfalfa


Method


Seeds.


of Separating


1908.


Buckhorn


from


3. Some Stem Tumors or Knots on Apple and Quince Trees.
4. The Treatment of Damping-Off in Coniferous Seedlings.


5. Barley Culture


6.


in the Northern


Great Plains.


The Cultivation and Handling of Goldenseal.


7. The Field Treatment of Tobacco Root-Rot.


*8. The Smuts of Sorghum.
9. Texas Root-Rot of Cotton


10. Notes on
11. Danger in
12. Dry-Land
13. The Worn


Dry


Farming.


iJudging Cotton


Grains.


1908.


1908.


1908.
1908.


1908.


: Field Experiments in 1907.
1908.


Varieties by Lint Percentages.


of the San Antonio Experiment Farm in 1907.


Change of Vegetation on the South Texas Prairies.


The Fertilizing
1908.


16. A New I
17. Index to
of the


3asis for


Value of Hairy


Barley


Papers Relating to


United


1908.


Clover


1908.
1908.


1908.


1908.

1908.


1908.


Vetch for Connecticut Tobacco


Valuation and Improvement.


Plant-Industry


Subjects in


States Department of Agriculture.


Fields.


1908.
the Yearbooks


1908.


18. Reappearance of a Primitive Character in Cotton Hybrids.


he Decay
1908.


of Florida


Oranges


while


in Transit and


1908.


on the Market.


20. An


Electrical


Resistance


Moisture Content


21. Farmers'


Cooperative


Improvement.


22. Farm


Practice


Western


23. Potato


Method


of Grain.


for the


1908.


Demonstration


1908.


in the Use


Washington.


Diseases in


of Land


Rapid


Work


Plaster


Determination


in Its Relation


Western


press.]


San Joaquin


County,


California.


of the


to Rural


Oregon


1909


MISCELLANEOUS


CIRCULARS.


A considerable number of miscellaneous circulars and minor pub-
lications, referring to many different lines of work and 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


public


laboratory of the


libraries


agriculture


Department


iral experiment
Agriculture.


stations,


or to


As a matter of


col-
fact,


they are not classed as


" publications "


and no announcement of their


issue from the press is made by the Department.


ANNUAL


REPORTS.


A report of the Chief


of the


Bureau


of Plant


Industry


detailing


the principal lines of investigation undertaken and the results accom-
plished during the preceding twelve months has been issued yearly,
both in connection with the Annual Report of the Secretary of Agri-


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tory of the United States upon application to the Secretary of Agri-
culture, Washington, D. C.:


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


By B.


T. Galloway.


By B. T. Galloway.
By B. T. Galloway.
By B. T. Galloway.


SPECIAL


REPORTS.


A report on the beet-sugar industry


of the


United States has been


issued yearly since 1897.
Copies of the followir


Documents,


ig can be obtained


Government


Printing Office,


from


the Superintendent


Washington,


payment of the prices specified:


. Progress of the Beet-Sugar


By Charles F. Saylor. P
82. Progress of the Beet-Sugar


By Charles F
84. Progress of the


. Saylor. P
Beet-Sugar


Industry in the


rice, 10 cents
Industry in
rice, 15 cents
Industry in


By Charles F. Saylor. Price, 15 cer
86. Progress of the Beet-Sugar Industry


By Charles F. Saylor.


Price, 10 cents


United States in


; postage, 5 cents.
the United States


; postage, 4
the United


postage,


in the United


cents.
States


4 cents.


States


postage, 3 cents.


1903.


in 1905.


in 1906.


in 1907.


FARMERS'


BULLETINS.


The


following


Farmers'


Bulletins


contributed


by


Bureau


Plant Industry since its organization in 1901 will be sent free of
charge b to any address within the territory of the United States upon
application to a Senator, Representative, or Delegate in Congress,


or to the Secretary


of Agriculture, Washi


ington, D. C.


No. 139. Emmer: A
140. Pineapple
147. Winter Fol


Grain for the Semiarid Regions.
Growing.


rage Crops


Celery Culture.c
The Home Fruit Garden


for the South.


Preparation and Care.


The Home


Vineyard,


Propagation


161. Practical


164. Rape


as a


Cassava.


168. Pearl
174. Broom
175. Home


176. Cranberry
181. Pruning.


with Special


of Plants.


Suggestions for


Forage Crop.


Millet.
Corn.
Manufacture and


Culture.


Reference to


Northern


Conditions.


Fruit Growers.


Use of


Unfermented


Grape


Juice.


185. Beautifying the Home Grounds.
188. Weeds Used in Medicine.


194. Alfalfa


Seed.


lQfE. Annul FOlnwprinw Plnnts


Report


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. 208.
213.
214.
215.
217.
218.
219.
220.
221.
224.
229.
231.
232.
238.
240.
242.
243.
245.
246.
247.
248.
250.
253.
254.
255.
260.
271.
272.
274.
278.
279.
280.
282.
283.
284.

285.
286.

288.
289.
291.
292.
294.
299.
300.
301.
302.
304.
306.
307.
310.
312.


Varieties of Fruits Recommended for
Raspberries.
Beneficial Bacteria for Leguminous C
Alfalfa Growing.a
Essential Steps in Securing an Early
The School Garden.
Lessons from the Grain-Rust Epidem
Toma toes.
Fungous Diseases of the Cranberry.
Canadian Field Peas.
The Production of Good Seed Corn.


Spraying for Cucumber
Okra: Its Culture and 1
Citrus Fruit Growing in
Inoculation of Legumes.
An Example of Model 1
Fungicides and Their U


and Melon Dise
Jses.
the Gulf States.


Farming.
se in Preventing


Planting.


'rops.

Crop of Cotton.


lie of 1904.


cases.


Diseases of


Renovation of Worn-Out Soils.
Saccharine Sorghums for Forage.
The Control of the Codling Moth and Apple Seal
The Lawn.
The Prevention of Stinking Smut of Wheat and
The Germination of Seed Corn.
Cucumbers.
The Home Vegetable Garden.
Seed of Red Clover and Its Impurities.
Forage-Crop Practices in Western Oregon and
A Successful Hog and Seed-Corn Farm
Flax Culture.
Leguminous Crops for Green Manuring.
A Method of Eradicating Johnson' Grass.
A Profitable Tenant Dairy Farm.
Celery.
Spraying for Apple Diseases and the Codling Mo
Insect and Fungous Enemies of the Grape Eas
tains.b
The Advantage of Planting Heavy Cotton Seed.
Comparative Value of Whole Cotton Seed and
Fertilizing Cotton.
Nonsaccharine Sorghums.
Beans.
Evaporation of Apples.
Cost of Filling Silos.
Farm Practice in the Columbia Basin Uplands.
Diversified Farming under the Plantation Syste:
Some Important Grasses for the Gulf Coast Re|
Home-Grown Tea.
Sea Island Cotton.
Growing and Curing Hops.


Dodder in Relation to
Roselle: Its Culture a
A Successful Alabama
A Successful Southern


Farm Seeds.
nd Uses.
Diversification
Hay Farm.


Fruits.


I Loose Smut of Oats.


Western


Washington.


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337.
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347.


Cotton Wilt.
Cropping Systems
Alfalfa.
The Cultivation o
The Repair of Fa


for New England Dairy Farms,

f Tobacco in Kentucky and Tennessee.
rm Equipment.


YEARBOOK


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contributed sixty-five papers to t.
Agriculture, all of which have
separate form. A list of these pa
bearing numbers marked with a
can be obtained without cost a by
United States upon addressing a
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persons within the territory of the
request therefore to the Secretary of


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266.
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The Relation of Nutrition to the Health of I
Little-Known Fruit Varieties Considered Wo
tion.
Commercial Apple Orcharding.
Agricultural Seeds-Where Grown and Howi
Agriculture in the Tropical Islands of the Un
The Home Fruit Garden.
The Hemp Industry in the United States.
The Contamination of Public Water Supplies
Industrial Progress in Plant Work.
Top-Working Orchard Trees.
Bacteria and the Nitrogen Problem.
Systems of Farm Management in the United
Improvement of Cotton by Seed Selection.
Grape, Raisin, and Wine Production in the I
Promising New Fruits.
Plants as a Factor in Home Adornment.
Improvement of. Corn by Seed Selection.
Fertilizers for Special Crops.


Crops Used
Cultivation
The Cultiva
The Growin
Relation of
Relation of


in the Reclamation
and Fertilization of
tion of Corn.
g of Long-Staple Up
Cold Storage to Con
Sugar Beets to Gen


Plants.
)rthy of Wider Dissemina-


r Handled.
lited States.


s by


Algte.


States.

United States.


of Alkali Lands in Egypt.
Peach Orchards.


land Cotton.
imercial Apple Culture.
?ral 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 Agriculture.
Opportunities in Agriculture: I. Crowing Crops under Glass. II.
Fruit Growing. III. General Farming.
New Citrus Creations of the Department of Agriculture.
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Plant Diseases in 1904.
Diversified Farming in the Cotton Belt: I.
II. Alabama and Mississippi. III. Louisian
eastern Texas. IV. Texas.
New Fruit Productions of the Department of
The Business of Seed and Plant Introduction i
The Handling of Fruit for Transportation.
The Effect of Inbreeding in Plants.
New Opportunities in Subtropical Fruit Grow
Promising New Fruits.
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 B'
New Citrus and Pineapple Productions of t
culture.
Promising New Fruits.
New Tobacco Varieties.
Plant Diseases in 1906.
Progress in Some of the New Work of the Bi
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.


South Atlantic Coast.
a, Arkansas, and North-


Agriculture.
and Distribution.


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eet Sugar.
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of Agri-


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