List of available Farmers' bulletins and Leaflets of the United States Department of Agriculture

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Title:
List of available Farmers' bulletins and Leaflets of the United States Department of Agriculture
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List ;
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Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Publications
Publisher:
Office of Information, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture :
Division of Publications
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Creation Date:
1937

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tuBLICATIONS
PRESSS SERVICE
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
OFFICE OF INFORMATION
WASHINGTON


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Department's supply of the publications listed below is limited, hence
e than 10 copies may be sent free in response to an individual request.
ring them, please use the form at the bottom of the third and fourth
f this list. Write your name and address plainly; list in numerical order


.the numbers of the bulletins desired;
and return it in a stamped envelope
.Information, United States Departme
.. If more than 10 copies are desired
tendent of Documents, Government


then detac
to the Di
nt of Agric
they may
Printing


h the slip at the perforated line
vision of Publications, Office of
culture, Washington, D. C.
be purchased from the Superin-
Office, to whom the necessary


Soemittance should be sent. The price is 5 cents a copy unless otherwise noted.
. Members of Congress are by law given four-fifths of the free supply of Farmers'
.... Bulletins for distribution to their constituents.
M. C. MERRILL, Chief of Publications.


LIST


AVAILABLE


UNITED


FARMERS'


STATES


BULLETINS


DEPARTMENT


AND


LEAFLETS


THE


"i57 Propagation of plants.
232 Okra.
304 Hops.
354 Onion culture.
434 Home production, of onion
seeds and sets.
450 Some facts about malaria.
471 Grape culture.
497 Game, aquatic, and rapa-
cious birds.
501 Cotton improvement under
weeyll conditions.
506 Food of well-known birds.
511 Farm bookkeeping.
523 Tobacco curing.
571 Tobacco culture.
572 Farm cost accounting.
576 Breeds of sheep.
578 Making and feeding silage.
602 Production of clean milk.
613 Goldenseal under cultivation.
619 Breeds of draft horses.
630 Birds useful to the farmer.
660 Weed control.
663 Drug-plant cultivation.
675 Roundheaded apple tree
borer.


', ... 676 Hulling hard clover seed.
.: ~684 Squab raising.
..-. 685 The native persimmon.
:4. 687 Eradication of ferns in pas-
':. tures.
*: 690 Field pea as forage crop.
.. 697 Duck raising.
.:" 701 The bagworm on shade trees.
+ 702 Rabbits in relation to trees
'*.. "and crops.
.", 705 The catalpa sphinx.
"::. 713 Sheep scab.
::... 787 Growing fruit for home use
7 31 on the Great Plains.
,... 731 True army worm.
:. 734 Flytraps and tbeir operation.
,.. 736 Ginseng diseases.
.:: 739 Cutworm control.
744 Preservative treatment of
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926


Drainage of irrigated farms.
Equipment for sheep raising.
Pit silos.
Red spider on cotton.
Hog cholera.
How to detect insect out-
breaks on grain crops.
Sheep raising for beginners.
Potato storage.
Capons.
Homemade silos.
Irrigation for beginners.
Roughbeaded cornstalk
beetles.
Making butter on thr farm.
Home storage of vegetables.
Wheat growing in South-
eastern States.
Raspberry culture.
Corn-root aphis control.
Homemade fruit butters.
Everbearing strawberries.
Cattle-lice eradication.
Growing peaches.
Milk goats.
How to increase crop yields.
Some common disinfect-


ants.
938 Apple bitter-rot.
944 Garden webworm in alfalfa.
946 Eradication of Bermuda
grass.
948 Rag-doll seed tester.
950 The southern corn root-
worm and farm practices
to control it.
952 Breeds of light horses.
954 Disinfection of stables.
959 Spotted garden slug.
960 Neufcbatel and cream
cheese.
961 Transferring bees.
971 Clover-flower midge.
976 Cooling milk and cream.
980 The spinose ear tick.
982 Green clover worm in
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Fig growing in the South
Atlantic and Gulf States.
Comb-boney production.
Strawberry varieties.
City home garden.
La ymg out fields for tractor
plowing.
Control of cherry leaf spot.
Locoweed disease.
Hides; curing, marketing.
10.
Cattle-fever ticks.
Sweetpotato diseases.
Onion-disease control.
M ain-crop potatoes.
Flatheaded apple-tree borer.
Judging beef cattle.
Tuberculosis In livestock.
Fowl tick.
Making wood in South pay.
Harvesting and storing ice.
Hog lice and hog mange.
Beautifying the farmstead.
Selecting a farm.
Prairie rice culture.
Alfalfa caterpillar.
Stable fly.
Crow in relation to agricul-
ture.
Forestry and farm incom,
Apple powdery mildew.
Growing hardwood seed-
lings.
Sudan grass.
Aphids injurious to fruits.
Planning the farmstead.
Castrating and docking
lambs.
The beef calf.
Analyzing farm business.
Dourmine of horses.
Cowpeas.
Cowpeas, utilization.
Diseases of sheep.
Waterproofing and mll-
dewproofing cotton duck.


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1 "lin made easier.
L Raising hUt5p on tempo-
Srary pastures.
F Warm inventories.
t Ginseng culture.
SPork on the farm; killing,
curing, canning.
SSwarm control.
SJudging sheep.
I The Angora goat.
t NortHwestern apple-pack-
ing houses.
i Potato production in the
South.
I Measuring and marketing
timber.
L Farm dairy houses.
5 Beekeeping in the clover
region.
7 Green-bug or spring-grain
aphis.
V Sewerage of fsam homes.
I Drying crude drugs.
SSeed-marketing hints.
i Tomatoes for canning.
L Gullies, how to control.
I Corn and its uses as food.
Fluit and vegetable gai-
" dens.
I Border method of irriga-
Stion.
I The peach borer.
Sawflis injurious to rope.
I Seed peaS for the canner.
L Important cultivated
grasses.
1 Peas for canning.
i Slash pine.
I Webworms.
Sawflies injurious to pines.
I Avocado, its inset ene-
mies.
I Breeds of swine.
Sweetpotatoes in heated
tobacco barns.
5 Sheep-killing dogs.
I Celery growing.
I Stock poisoning death
S-amas.
Weevils in beans and peas.
I Velvet bean.
SApple-orchard renovation.
SLime-sulphur concentrates.
I Preparing fresh tomatoes
for market.
i Enemies of chrysanthe-
mums. '
I Marketing cow pea seed.
I ChrYsanthemnums 'for -the
home.
SCleaning afilking ,ma-,
chines.
I Greenhouse construction
and heating:
I Cucumbers in greenhouses.
I The wheat strawwprm %nd
Its control.
I Codling moth in Pacific
Northwest.
I Parasitic diseases of sheep.
Seed potatoes.
3 Pruning citrus trees.
L Home tanning of leather.
I Tomatoes as a truck crop.
I Polish and Poulard wheats.


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I Vegetable diseases and in-
sects. 10.
4 Care of food in the home.
7 Marketing poultry.
8 Marketing eggs.
SApplescald,
1 Herbaceous perennials.
loft.
1 Community cotton p0
. duction.
0 Sds for the home and
. Marketrgarden.
I The guinea fowl.
3 Dairy-barn ventilation.
I Watermelons.
5 Beef-cattle prpduction in
the range area.
6 The dasheen, a Souteran
root crop for home usea
and markets.
7 Mouse control in field and
orchard.
8 Currants and gooseberries.
) Blackberry growing.
D Establishing cranberry
fields.
1 Managing cranberry fields.
I Dewberry growing.
I Pumping wells for irriga-
,tion.
5 Windbreak as a farm asset.
6 Garden irises. /
9 Turkey raising.
, Brown-rot of prunes and
cherries.
3 Management of dairy bull.
5 Beef on the farm; slaugh-
tering, cutting, curing.
8 Greenhouse lettuce grow-
ing. a
I Farm work horses
) Handling rough rice for
high grades.
I Udder diseases of dairy
cows.
3 Preparing cabbage for mar-
ket.
4 Making vinegar min home.
SFarm plumbing.
8 Saving livestock on south-
western ranges from star-
vation.


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Emmer and spelt.
Greenhouse tomatoes.
Culture of Pima and up-
land cotton in Arizona.
Secondary cultivated
grass .
Why potatoes run out.
Swine production.
Making fermented pickles.
Diseases of cabbage and re-
lated plants.
Storage of sweetpotatoes.
Dairy battle breeds.
Citrus fruit in Southwest.
Farmstead water supply.
Section of cotton fabrics.
Cottage cheese.
Painting on the farm.
Growing coni(trous trees.
Utilizing muscadine grapes.
Fitting, showing, and jdg-
ing hogs. *
Homes for birds,


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Insects injurious to the rice
crop.
Dry farming, Columbia
and Snake River Basins.
Livestock farming in black
prairie belt, Alabama
and Mississippl.
Rose diseases.
European corn borer.
Feeding cattle for beef.
Marketing farm produce
by parcel post.
Planning and recording
family expenditures.
Poultry houses.
Peppermint and spear-
mint as farm crops.
Irrigation of small grain.
Peach insects in the South.
Rural libraries.
Preparing strawbertries f
market.
Puerto Rican mole cricket.


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iseases of raspberries and
blackberries.
reen'June beetle larva in
tobacco beds.
og-lot equipment.
rbor Day.
tobacco cutworms.
sect enemies of flowers.
ome laundering.
he melon aphid.
ammed earth walls for
buildings.
ut-tree propagation.
orse bots.


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Self-feeding versus hand-
feeding of swine.
Breeds of chickens: I.
American, Asiatic, Eng-
lish. and Mediterranean.
Breeds of chickens: IH.
Continental, European.
Oriental, and miscella-
neous.
Poultry keeping_ in back
Yards.
Bean growing in northern
Idaho, eastern Washing-
ton. and eastern Oregon.
Protecting buildings from
lightning.
Convenient kitchens.
Control of sugar-beet nem-
atode by crop rotation.
Loblolly pine primer.
Orchard irrigation.
Soybeans.
Leather shoes.
Farm poultry raising.
Haying equipment.
Clearing land
Peach brown rot and scab.
Spray irrigation in East.
Fitting dresses and blouses.
Tobacco budworm.
Dairy-herd improvement.
Rat control.-
Farm horseshoeing.
Johnson grasc as a weed.
Incubation and brooding
of chickens.
High-wrade alfalfa hay.
Feeding chickens.




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1579


ners.
Oats in western
United States.
Propagation of
game birds.
Propagation of
game birds.
Poultry records.
Hay stackers.


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aquatic
upland


>ybean utilization.
reducing sorgo for sirup.
cucumbers for pickles.
ard Red Spring wheat.
ural buildings for busi-
ness and social uses.
exican bean beetle in
East.
ick fever.
feeding dairy cows.
essian fly.
rowing black locust trees.
,earn sterilization of soils
for tobacco and other
crops.
rigation of alfalfa.
roomeorn.
arakul sheep.
ntinnw ozrtaininmr_


1580
1581
1582


Marketing late potatoes.
Containers used in ship-
ping fruits and vege-
tables.
Cigar-tobacco production in
Pennsylvania.
Oats, North Central States.
Protection of log cabins,
rustic work, and unsea-
soned wood from insects.
Spring-sown red oats.
Feed-lot and ranch equip-
ment for beef cattle.
Varieties of hard red
winter wheat.
The southern pine beetle.
Mushroom culture.
Prevention of frost damage.
Husker-shredder on east-
ern Corn Belt farms.
Fire-protective construc-
tion on the farm.
Transplanting trees and
shrubs.
Beef production.
Preparation of bunched
vegetables for market.
Catrtle grubs or heel flies.
Johnson grass bay and pas-
tures.
Scab of wheat and barley.
Dehorning, castrating,
branding, and marking
beef cattle.
Collection and preserva-
tion of insects.
Reed canary grass.
Planting and care of shelter-
belts on the northern
Great Plains.
Dairy herd improvement
associations.
Soybean hay and seed.
Farm drainage.
Nematode disease of wheat
and rye.
Lettuce growing.
Dairy farming for begin-


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1691
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1694
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1657
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1659
1660
1661
1662
1663


States.
Poultry diseases. 10.
Sweetclover in Corn Belt.
Pecan insects.
Peanut growing.
Great Basin wireworm i


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1591
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Northwest.
ter power.
rtheastern States.
poles in farm con-
-n.
dy of cotton plant.
hredders in corn-
ontrol.
legumes as green
e in Cotton Belt.
s trees, a cash
r the farm.


Rural community fire
apartments.
Red harves.ter ant.
Farm terracing.
Shortleaf pine.
Farm gardens. 101.
Food for children.
Care of milk utensils.
Lubricating-oil sprays
dormant fruit trees.
Lawns.
Safe use and storage of


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.aso-


line and kerosene on the


farm.
Popcorn.
Farmers in Northern S
grow timber as m'
crop.
Corn Belt farming u
corn-borer condition[
Usefulness of birds on
farm.
Measuring water in
gation channels.
Errors in cotton pro
tion.
Cotton insects.
Grape varieties in Ui
States.
Moldboard plows.
Grasshoppers in cereal
forage crops.
Bean diseases.
Growing Christmas 1
on the farm.
Dressing and packing
keys for market.
Pronnrinor nnnlaq fnr


states
money
nder
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1696 Deciduous-fruit improve-
ment through tree per-
formance records.
1697 Using soil-binding plants
to reclaim gullies in the


Surface irrigation, East.
Farm bulk storage, small
grains.
Sugar beet, humid area.
Rat-proofing buildings.
Potato production im far
West.
Fall-sown oats.
Alfalfa-seed chalcid control.
Farm fire safeguards.
Local bird refuges.
Sugar-beet growing, Utah,
Idaho.
Asparagus culture.
Construction of chimneys
and fireplaces.
Flaxseed production by
power farming in north-
ern Great Plains.
Corn earworm, Eastern


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livestock.
marketing
methods.
orncribs
Belt.
preparing
market.
reservoirs


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1701
1702
1703
1704
1705
1706
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
1712
1713
1714
1715


the farm home.
root crops


hay by moderp
for the Corn


peaches for
for farm use.


Bang's disease.
Mdilk for the family.
Varieties of durumr wheat.
Varieties of common white
wheat.
Varieties of club wheat.
Pocket-gopher control.
Range sheep production.
Wheat smuts and their
control.
The harlequin bug and its


con
Thet
fou
Corn
Meth


trol.
reat meant of American
brood.
culture.
ods and costs of busk-


ing corn in the field.
1716 Mole control.
1718 Important sugar-beet by-
products and their utili-
zation.
1719 Improving the farm envi-
ronment for wildlife.
1720 Adobe or sun-dried brick
for farm buildings.


1721 Determining


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rowing
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alfalfa.
care, and man-
t of young dairy
actice with lespe-
and costs of filling


silos in the North Cen-
tral States.
Treatment and care of tree
wounds.
Selecting hens for egg pro-
duction.
Flax-fiber production.
Machinery for dusting cot-
ton.
Rabbit production.
Alfalfa varieties in the
United States.
Growing barley for malt
and feed.
Planning a subsistence
homestead.
Making American cheese
on the farm for home con-
sumption.
Pea diseases and their con-
trol.
Anthrax.
Stop gullies-save your farm.
Farmhouse plans.
Poar ornwino in then Parifin


South.
1698 Heating
1699 Growing


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Farm wa
Oats, No
Logs and
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Vetch culture and uses.
Bur-clover cultivation and
utilization.
Hotbeds and coldframes.
The what and how of
hybrid r. r
COtton disease sad meeth.
ods of control
Bbsistonce farm gardens. i
Flaxseed production in the
+ North Gentral States.
Ginning cotton.
Modermzing frmbouses-.
10m.
Summer crops for green
manure and soil im-
provement.
Roof coverings for farm
buildings and their repair.
Spray-residue removalfrpm
apples and other fruits.
Livestoce foe small farms.
Care and repair of mowers
and binders
Selection of lumber for
farm and home buildings.


1757 Diets to fit the family
income.
1758 Cover crops for soil cot
servation.
1759 Game management on the
farm
1760 Use of bluegrass sod in
control of soil erosion.
1761 Harvesting with combines.
1763 HBome canning of fruits.
vegetables, and meats.
1763 Harvesting and handling
citrus fruits in the Gulf
States.
1764 Growing and feeding grain
sorghums.
1765 Guides for buying sheets,
blankets, bath towels.
1767 Soil defense in the Pied-
mont. 15t.
1769 Dairy cattle judging.
1710 High-grade timothy and
clover hay. Methods of
producing, baling, and
ding for market.


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1772 Use of concrete on the farm.

1773 Soil and water conserva-
tion in the Pacific North-
west. 10.
1774 The farmer looks ahead.
10t.
1775 Homemade bread, cake,
and pastry.
1776 Strip cropping for soil con-
servation.
1777 Diseases of ur animals.
1778 Fabrics and designs for
children's clothes. ...
1780 How to fight the chinch
bug. 10.
1781 Diseases of upland game
birds.
1790 The Nichols-Terrace: An
improved channel-type
terrace for the Southwest.
1793 Flaseed production in the
far Western States.


Leaflet Series Of Farmers' Bulletins


1 Ways to pave young livestock.
2 Cutworms in the garden.
8 Improved sanitation in milk
production. ,
5 Roundworms in pigs.
9 Storing farm butter for winter.
13 Sheep and goat lie.
19 Improving dairy herds.
21 Woodchuck control, East.
23 Sweetelover.
25 Preventing feed flavors and
odors in milk.
27 Fur farming for beginners.
29 The farm woods-a savings
bank paying interest.
30 Putting the farm woods
profitwise.
33 The combination cleaning and
treating of seed wheat.
STrichinosis.
35 Producing pine nursery stoee
Sin the South.
38 Health of livestock in transit.
SO Eggs at any meal.
44 Woods burning in the South.
41 Good nava,-stores practice.
48 Good food habits for children.
43 Wild garlic and its control.
44 Fires on farms.
47 Hygiene in fox farming.
49 Ice creams without stirring.
51 Improving attlein areas freed
of ticks.
53 Cotton-louse control.
55 Small trees wasteful to eat for
saw timber.
56 Preventing cracks in new
wood floors.,
57 Pulpwood production in the
Northeast.
50 Coyote and wolf trapping.
60 Poreupin control.
61 Engla-sprrow control.
62 Why some wood surfaces held
palnt longer than pther.
65 Red-squill powder in rat on-


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67 Beef grading and stamping
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68 Roeadsidemarkets.
70 Home mixing of fertilizers.
71 Fertilizer of pecan soils.
72 Measuring hay in stacks.
78 Public market.
74 Boning lamb cuts.,
75 Warts on cattle,
76 Slip overs.
77 Bracing farm buildings.
78*Bobcat trapping.
83 More turpentine, less scar,
better pm.
84 Planting black wasant.
85 Strip cropping to prevent
erosion.
86 Protect hardwood stands
from gazing.
87 Wind-resistant construction
for farm btiildings.
88 Livestock poisoning by
plants producing hydro-
cyanic acid.
89 Stomach worms in sheep.
91 Xndzn, a forage crop in the
South east.
92 Preparing wool for market.
93 Red-clover seed production
in the inter-Mountain
States.
94 Hints on mountain-lion
trapping.
95 How to control ragweed, the
principal cause of autumn
hay fever.
S Protecting poultry from pre-
dacious birds.
7 Cross-blocking sugar beets
by maedhe .
;98 Red-clover failure in relation
Stoanthracnose in thesouth-
em part of the Olover BKet
99 Huron timothy.
100 espedeza.
101 Injury to buildings by ter-


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102 Eradicating tuberculosis ..
from poultry and swine. .
104 Crested wheatgrass.
105 Quality guides in buying
ready-made dresses. ..--..
106 Prevent storage rots of swet- .
potatoes. .
107 The barrel seed scarifir. ..
108 Controlling kidney worms
in swine in Southern .
States. .. -.
109 Eliminating bats from build- '-
ings. .
110 Why red clover fails.
112 Cooking American varieties ,
of rice. .
113 Honey and some ofts
114 Vine-ruesquite for enrion ,
control on Southwestert .
ranges. : .
115 Timothy seed production. .
116 Growing the Jerusalem arti- ..
choke. "<
117 Quality guides in buying ..:.
women's cloth coats.
118 Controlling lungworma of
swine.
119 White clover, ::
120 Excluding birds from r .
voirs and fishponds.
l131 The
how to control it. : ."
122 United States graded and .
stamped meat. : "'.
123 The farmer's share of the '::,
consumer's dollar. .. .K
134 Bash greenhouses. :::
125 Production of carrots. ..:'
126 RhubaUrd i. 'i: 'n
128 Production of spinach. .:
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130 Cauliflower and heading I: ..'
broccoli production. ...* -