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

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


STATES DEPARTMENT OF


AGRICULTURE


OFFICE OF INFORMATION


WASHINGTON
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rtment's supply of the publications listed below ie limited, hence
n 10 copies may be sent free in response to an individual request.
them, please use the form at the bottom of the third and fourth
list. Write your name and address plainly; list in numerical order
of the bulletins desired; then detach th slip at the perforated line
t in a stamped envelope to the Division of Publications, Office of
United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
tarn- 10.copies are desired they may be purchased from the Superin-
Documents, Government Printing Office, to whom the necessary
should be sent. The price is 5 cents a copy unJess otherwise noted.
Congress are by law given four-fifths of the free supply of Farmers'
Distribution to their constituents.


M. C. MERRILL, Chief of Publications.


AVAILABLE
UNITED ST
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Borne production of oni
sees and sets.
-.Rables or hydrophobia.
Some facts about malaria.
Grape-culture.
.OtGame, aquatic, and ra1
Sinous birds.
Cotton improvement und
n weevil conditions.


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. : ,. Farm bookkeeping.
.. 'ia38 Tobacco curing.
'. T!Tobacco culture.
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.: "75. M .3 making and feeding silage.
S"h .87 Value of skunks.
5 6Growing winter wheat,
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!:(: Production of clean milk.
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O Breeds of draft horses.
'. l .Birds useful to the farmer.
:.A..Weed control.
..S Apple tree tent caterpillar.
Gg'B" Drug-plant cultivation,
.1 .Rou0ndheaded apple tree
. :* borer. .
iBaling hard clover seed.
.,W Squab raising.
& The native persimnon.
i. Z:Eradfatiou of ferns in pas-
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864
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Culture of rye in the East.
Bark beetles and pinhole
Sborers.
Goose raising.
Growing cherries east of
Rocky Mountains.
How to select a sound horse.
Diary for farm accounts.
Citrus-fruL improvement.
Sheep-tick eradication.
Carbon disulphid as insecti-
cide.
Mites and lice on poultry.
Horse-breeding suggestions.
Drainage of irrigated farms.
Equipment for sheep rais-
* ing.
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.
Muskrat as fur bearer and
food.
Roughheaded cornstalk
beatles.
Making butter on the farina.
Home storage of vegetables.
Wheat growing in South-
eeatern States.
Raspberry culture.
Corn-root aphis control.
Homemade fruit butters.
Everbearing strawberries.
Cattle-lice eradication.
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980 The spinose ear tick.
982 Green clover worm
alfalfa.


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990
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1001
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1006
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low to control billbugs.
heat jointworm.
attle-scab control.
[emorrhagic septicemia.
larger corn-stalk borer.
traw berry culture, South-
east.
trawberry culture, West.
strawberry culture, East.
orn weevils in Gulf
States.


Feeding horses.
Fig growing in the South
Atlantic and Gulf States.
Comb-boney production.
Strawberry varieties.
City home garden.
Laying out fields for trac-
tor plowing.
Control of cherry leaf spot.
Locoweed disease.
Hides; curing, marketing.
Cattle-fever ticks.
Sweetpotato diseases.
Onlon-disease control.
Buckwheat.
Main-crop potatoes.
Flat-beaded apple-tree
borer.
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the farmstead.
aibagjt htug,
and docking


laanbs.
The Ibee alf.
Analyzing farm business.
Dourine of horses.
Cowpeas.
Cowpeas, utilization.
Diseases of sheep. e
Angoumols grain moth.
Waterproofing and mil-
dewproofing cotton duck,.
Sorghum for forage.
Diseases of apples in stor-
age.
Proso, or hog millet.
The farm-lease contract.
Poison ivy and poison
sumac.
Essentispf animal breed-
Winter wheat adapted
Deciduous shale-tree m-
sects. 10..
Annual flowering plants.
Rural community build-
ings. .
potter seed corn.
Impotene of lsrm
Xnprovement off lm
woods.
Feeding cottonseed p -
aets to lives6dok,
Housecleaning made easier.
Raising sheep on tempo-
rary pastures.
Farm inventories.
Ginseng culture.
Pork on the farm) killing,
curing, canning.
Swarm control.
Judging sheep.
The Angora goat.
Northwestern apple-pack-
ming houses.
Potato production in the
South.
Measuring and marketing
timber.
Rarm dairy houses.
Beekeeping mi the clover
region. .
Green-bug or spring-grain
aphis.
Floors and floor coverings.
Sewerage of farm homes.
Drying crude drugs.
Seed-marketing hints.
Tomatoes for canning.
Gullies, how to control.
Corn and its uses as food.
Fruit and vegetable gar"-
dens,
Border method of irriga-
Stion.
Diseases of swine.
The peach borer.
Green manuring.
Sawflies injurious to rose.
Seed peas for the canner.
Important cultivated
grasses. .
Peas for canning.
Slash pine.


1306 Enemies
mums.


chrysanthe-


1308 Marketing cow pea seed.
1309 Mealybug in California.
1311 Chrysanthemums for the
home.
1315 Cleaning milking ma-
bchines.
1318 Greenhouse construction
and heating.
1320 Cucumbers in greenhouses.
1321 Fumtigating citrus trees.
1323 Wheatstrawworm.
1326 Codling moth in Pacific
florthwest.
4SO Parasitie diseases of sheep.
19 Seed potatoetB
3 Pirumig citrus trees.
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1404


1Tomatoes as a truck crop.
Polish and Poulard
heats,
kile production.
Dairy-barn construction.
Citarusfruitsin GulL states .
Corrugation irrigation. .
Bef-cattle barns.
Blackleg.
Castration of hogs.
Growing rye, western
United States.
Apple growing east of
Mississippi River.
Insects mijurios to green-
house plants. 10 .
Maple-sirup andf ugar,
Potato-tuber diseases.
Breaking and training
colts.
Bridge grafting.
Dahlias for the home.
Vegetable diseases and
insects.
Plum and prune growing
in Pacific States.
Care of food in the home.
Marketing poultry.
Marketing eggs.
Apple scalds
Herbaceous perennials.
10.
Community cotton pro-
duction.
Sorgo-sirup manuficture,.
Seeds for the home and
market garden.
The guinea fowl.
Dairy-barn ventietion.
Watermelons.
Beef-cattle production in
the range area.
The dasheen a Southern
root crop for home use
and markets.
Mouse control i field and
orchard.
Currants and gooseberries.
Blackberry growing.
Establishing cranberry
fields.
Managing cranberry fields.
Dewberry growing.
Pumping. wells for irriga-
>tion.


1428 Saving livestock on south-
western ranges from star-
vation. a.


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1431
14332
1433


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1457
1458
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1460
1468
1470
1472
1474
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1478
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1483
1484
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1486
1487
1488
1489


Long-leaf pine primer.
Practical hog houses.
Diseases of raspberries
blackberries.
Green June beetle larv
tobacco beds.


1490 Hog-lot equipment.
1492 Arbor Day.
1494 Tobacco cutworms.
1495 Insect enemies of flowers.
1496 Inoculation of legumes and
nonlegumes.
1497 Home laundering.
1498 Chinch bug.
1499 The melon aphid.
1501 Nut-tree propagation.
1503 Horse bots.
1504 Self-feeding versus hand-
feeding of swine.
1506 Breeds of chickens: I.
American, Asiatic, Eng-
lish, and Mediterranean.
1507 Breeds of chickens: IL
Continental, European,
Oriental, and misoella-


1508


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Emmer and spelt.
Greenhouse tomatoes.
Culture of Pima and up.
land cotton in Arizona,
Secondary cultivated
grasses.
Why potatoesrun out.
Swine production.
Making fermented pickles.
Storage of sweetpotatoes.
Dairy cattle breeds.
Citrus fruit in Southwest.
Farmstead water supply.
Selection of cotton fabrics
Home baking.
Painting on the farm.
Growing coniferous trees.
Utilizing muscadine
grapes.
Fitting, showing, and judg-
ing bogs.
Homes for birds.
Packing apples in boxes.
Strawberry diseases.
Selling black-walnut tim-
ber.
Simple plumbing repairs.
Musk melons.
Management ofdairy cows.
Preventing damage by ter-
mites or white ants.
Stain removal from fabrics.
Soil productivity and crop
rotation.
Lyetus powder-post
beetles.
Apple scab.
Apple blotch.
Small concrete construc-
tion on t he farm.
Insect pests in stored grain.
1Ot.
The clover leaf weevil
Rural hospitals.


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Poultry keeping in back
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Tobacco budworm.
Dairy-herd improvement.
Rat control.
Farm horseshoeing.
Johnson grass as a weed.
Incubation and brooding
of chickens.
High-grade alfalfa hay.
Feeding chickens.
Insects injurious to the rice
crop.
Common barberry and
black stem rust.
Dry farming, Columbia
and Snake River Basins.
Livestock farming in black
prairie belt, Alabama
and Mississippi.
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 Sou
Rural libraries.
Preparing strawberries
market.
Puerto Rican mole crick


for
et.


Farm practices under corn-
borer conditions.
Cucumber growing.
Farm budgeting.
Sorghum midge.
Propagation of trees and
shrubs.
Rabbit parasites and dis-
eases.
Earthworms.
Mosquitoes.
European starling in
United States.
Preparing Johnson hay for
market in Alabama and
Mississippi.
Harvesting grain sor-
ghums.
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 eouiD-


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
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1595
1596
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1625
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1641
1642
1643


Preparation of bunched
vegetables for market.
The bollworm or corn-ear
worm as a cotton pest.
Cattle grubs or heel flies.
Johnson grass hay and pas-
tures.
Scab of wheat and barley.
Dehorning, castrating,
branding, and marking
beef cattle.
Collection and preserva-
tion of insects.
Reed canary grass.
Dairy herd improvement
associations.
Soybean hay and seed.
Farm drainage.
Nematode d-isease of wheat
and rye.
Lettuce growing.
Dairy farming for begin-


ners.
Oats in
United
Propagat
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Propagat
game b
Poultry r
Hay stac


western
States.
ion of
birds.
ion of
irds.
records.
kers.


half of
aquatic
upland


Soybean utilization.
Producing sorgo for sirup.
Cucumbers for pickles.
Hard red spring wheat.
Rural buildings for busi-
ness and social uses.
Mexican bean beetle in
East.
Tick fever.
Feeding dairy cows.
Hessian fly.
Growing black locust trees.
Steam sterilization of soils
for tobacco and other
crops
Irrigation of alfalfa.
Broomcorn.
Karakul sheep.
Window curtailing.
Sweet corn for the cannery.
Surface irrigation, East.
Farm bulk storage, small
grains.
Sugar beet, humid area.
Rat-proofing buildings.
Potato production in far
West.
Fall-sown oats.
Chestnut blight.
Alfalfa-seed chalcid control.
Farm fire safeguards.


1644 Local bird refuges.
1645 Sugar-beet growing, Utah,
Idaho.
1646 Asparagus culture.
1649 Chimneys and fireplaces.
1650 Flaxseed production by


1651

1652
1653
1654


power farming in north-
ern Great Plains.


Eastern


orn Belt.
..orn Belt.


Corn earworm,
States.
Poultry diseases.
Sweetclover min (
Pecan insects.


1657
1658
1659
1660
1661
1662


Great Basin wireworm
Paolfic Northwest.
Farm water power.
Oats, Northeastern Stat
Logs and poles in farm c
struction.
Farm study of cot
plant.
Husker-shredders in co


rape varieties in united
States.
Moldboard plows.
Grasshoppers in cereal and
forage crops.
Bean diseases.
Growing Christmas holly
on the farm.
Dressing and packing tur-
ke3s fir market.
Preparing apples for mar-


ton
irn-


borer control.
1663 Winter legumes as green
manure in Cotton Belt.
1664 Christmas trees a cash
crop for the farm.
1667 Rural community fire de-
oartments.


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Shortly
Farm
Food


arvester ant.
terracing.
leaf pine.
gardens. 10.
for children.


1675 Care of milk utensils.
1676 Lubricating-oil sprays for
dormant fruit trees.
1677 Lawns.
1678 Safe use and storage of gas-
oline and kerosene on


farm.
1679 Popcorn.
1680 Farmers
States


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1682
1683
1686
1688
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1690
1691
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1694
1695


money crop.
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corn-borer
sefulness o
farm.
ensuringg
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errors in c(
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Northern
timber as


conditi
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water
nnels.
cotton


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under


in irri-
produc-


ket in barrels and boxes.
1696 Deciduous-fruit improve-
ment through tree per-
forminance records.
1697 Using soil-binding plants
to reclaim gullies in the


South
1698 Heating
1699 Growing
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met hds.
orncribs
Delt.
preparing
market.
eservoirs


the farm home.


crops


hay by modern
for the Corn
peaches for the
for farm use.


Bang's disease.
Milk for the family.
Varieties of durum whea
Varieties of common whi
wheat.
Varieties of club wheat.
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Wheat smuts and their
control.
The harlequin bug and its
control.
The treatment of American
foulbrood, .
Corn culture.
Methods and costs of bask-
ing cortin the field.
Mole control. -
Important sugar-beet by-
products and their utili-
zation.
Improving the farm envi-
ronment for wildlife.
Adobe or sunm-dried brick
for ham buildings.
Determining the age of
tfen animals by their
teeth.
Grow tlfalfa.
Feeding, care, and man-
sAgement of young dairy


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1725 Methodssad costs of filling
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Ways tosavoung livestock.
Cutworms in the garden.
Improved sanitation milk
prouctionC
Roundwormsi pigs.
Mink raising.
StoIng tr butte fr -tter.
Sheep and goat lice.
Improving dairy herds.
Woodchuck control, Est.
Sweetclove r.
Preventing feed flavors and
odors in milk.
Fur baring for begnners.
The fnrm woods-a savings
bank payig interest.
Cutting the farm woods
profitwte
Planting southem pine.
The combination cleaning
and treating of sed wheat.

Producing pine nursery stock
In the South.
Health of livestock in transit.
Eggs at any nea~l.
Woodsbuwring in the South.
Good ~aval-storrpract ice.
Good food habits for children.
Wildwllc and its coarrol.
Fires on farms.
Hygiene in fox farming.
Ice creams without stirring.
Improving cattle in areas
freed ofticks.
Cotto-louse control.'
Small trees> wasteful to cut for
saw timber.


56 Preventing cracks in new
wood floors.


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1727
1728
1729
1730
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1736
1737
1738
1739
1740
1741

1743


Treatment and-are of tree
wounds.
Selecting hens for egg pro-
duct ion.
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 gullime-ave your
farm.
Farmhouse plans. *
Pear growing in the Pacific
Coast States.
Vetch culture and uses.
Bur-clover cultivation and
utilization.
Hotbeds and coldframs.


Leaflet Series of Fanera' Bulletin
60 Porcupine control.
61 English-sparrow control.
63 Why some wood surfaces hold
paint longer than others.
65 Red-squill powder in rat
control.- '
67 Beef grading and stamping
service.
68 Roadside markets.
70 Home mixing of fertilizers.
71 Fertilizers of pecan soils.
73 Measuring hay in stacks.
73 Public market.
74 Boning lamb cuts.
S75 -Warts on cattle.
S76 Slip covers.
77 Bracing farm buildings.
78 Bobcat trapping.
82 Controlling gullies by blue-
grass sod.
83 More turpentine, less scar,
better pine.
84 Planting black walnut.
85 Strip cropping to prevent ero-
sion.
86 Protect hardwood stands
from grazing.
87 Wind-resistant construction
for farm buildings.
88 Livestock poisoning by
plants producing hydro-
cyanic acid.
89 Stomach worms in sheep.
91 Kudzu, a forage crop in the
Southeast.
92 Preparing wool for market.
93 Red-clover seed production
in the inter-Mountain
States.
94 Hints on mountain-llon
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manure and soail I.t. i.
= ,provemmt. ._
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buildings and thil +2" w n.
pairr. .. .
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from apple and othIr ;k.jm
fruits.- .- :*.,,,
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4 Care and repair ot moaw.. a.1
and binders. .:".
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dacious birds. '", .:.:". .
Cross-blocking sugar bet4 ,.. ',W
by machine. ,.1 .
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tion to anthracnoase i .the :
southern part of the OjlyuE i
Belt. .- .
Huron timothy. :::* .
Lespedeza. -
Injury to budlding by t- ..
mites. :- -..
Eradicating tuberounisa .
from-ponultry and swine. .'.
Quality guides in buying *- H-.,!
sheets and pilowamea.. ..Y".:t
Created wheatgrass. .f-.. .*'.
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107 The barrel seed carifler. .
108 Controlling kidney .worms
in swinin in Soigther
States.
109 EllmbnIaatTing bats from build-
ngs.
110 Why red clover [is.
111 Quality in buying household
blankets. ,.
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control on Bouthwet
ranges. "-
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116 Growing the Jerm
artichoke. ..
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