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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United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Publications
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Division of Publications
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Washington, D.C
Creation Date:
1934

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Publications.


LIST


AVAILABLE


FARMERS'


BULLETINS


AND


LEAFLETS


THE


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT


AGRICULTURE


157 Propagaltion of plants
232 Okra


3)4 Hops
354 Onion culLure
434 Growine onion


seeds


sets
446 Crops for alkali land
449 Rabies or hydrophobia
471 Grape culture


497 Game,


aquatic.


cious birds
501 Cotton improvement
weevil conditions


rapa-
under


506 Food of well-known birds
511 Farm bookkeeping


515 Verches
533 Tobacco curing
571 Tobacco culture
572 Farm cost accounting
576 Breeds of sheep
578 Making and feeding s


587 Value of
.596 rorwinwe


skunks


winter


ilage
wheat.


702 Rabbirs in relation to
and crop;
705 The ert3-ilp. sphinx
70S The leopard motih
712 School lunches


treCS


13 Sheep scab
27 Growmin' fruit for home


on tbe


Creat Plains


731 True army worm
736 GinsenQ dise:;.is
739 Cutworm control
740 House ants


744 Preservative


treai ment


timber
750 Roses, for the home
752 Fall army worm
754 The bedbug
755 Birds of SoutLeeastern


States


756 Culture of rye in ihe East
760 Attracting birds in Nor'h-


western


763 Bark"


beetles


3! 65


and pinbble


~nnr.-fr


S44 Attract:ng ',ds,
Atlantic StateL


in Middle


846 The tobacco beet.e
847 Polato storage


49 Capons
55 Home-mad


S5; Screw


mjgors


e silos


worms


itTffec in n


8G4 Irriaition for begunners
869 Muskrat as fur bearer


875 Roughheaded


beetles
876 Making
farm
879 Home st
885 Wheat


butter
orange of'
rowing


corns ..Ik


vegetables
Im South-


e stern St-ite3
887 Raspberry culture
891 Corn-roor sphis control
897 Fle1i and treir control
901 Everbelrin,2 [trawoerries
909 Cattle-lice eradi a ionn


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988
990
994
999
1001
1003
1006
1015
1017
1018
1025
1036


1027
1028


1043
1044
1045
1053
1054
1055
1057
1059
1060
1062
1064
1068
1069
1 70
1071
1085
1087
1088
10923
1094
1097
1102

1117
1120
1123
1126
1128
1130
1133
1134

1135
1144
1146
114_8
1149
1133
1155
1156
1157
1158
1160


The spinose ear tick
Green clover worm In
Home drying of fruits and
vegetables
Larkspur or poison weed
Timothy
Bordeaux mixture
Sweetpotato growing
Fruit growing for home
use
How to control billbugs
Wheat jointworm
Producing family supplies
on cotton farms
Cattle-scab control
Hemorrhagic septicemia
Larger corn-stalk borer
Strawberry culture. South-
east
Strawberry culture, West
Strawberry culture, East
Corn weevils in Gulf
States
Feeding horses
Strawberry varieties
City home garden
Laying out fields for trac-
tor plowing
Control of cherry leaf spot
Loco-weed disease
Hides; curing, marketing
Cattle-fever ticks
Sweetpotato diseases
Onion-disease control
Buckwheat
Main-crop potatoes
Judging beef cattle
Tuberculosis in livestock
Fowl tick
Making wood in South
pay
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 income
Apple powdery mildew
Growing hardwood seed-
lings
Sudan grass
Aphids injurious to fruits
Planning the farmstead
Feeding garbage to hogs
Castrating and docking
lambs
The beef calf
Analyzing farm business
Cooperative marketing
Dourine of horses
Cowpeas
Growing corn in Southeast
Cow peas, utilization
Diseases of sheep
Angoumois grain moth
Waterproofing and mil-
dewproofinE cotton duck
Sorghum for forage
Diseases of apples in stor-
area


1180

1181
1182
1184
1186

1199
1203
1204
1205
1210
1214
1217


1243
1244
1246
1250
1253
1254
1255
1256
1258
1259
1260
1261
1263
1267
1268
1273
1275
1276
1279
1284
1289
1291
1305
1308
1309
1311
1313
1315
1321
1323
1326


a
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n exam


Housecleaning made
easier
Raising sheep on tempo-
rary pastures
Farm inventories
Ginseng culture
Pork on the farm; killing,
curing, canning
Judging sheep
The Angora goat
Northwestern apple-pack-
ing houses
Potato production in the
South
Measuring and marketing
timber
Farm dairy houses
Green-bug or spring-grai
aphis
Floors and floor covering
Sewerage of farm homes
Dryine crude drues
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-
tion
Diseases of swine
The peach borer
Green manuring
Seed peas for the canner
Important cultivated
grasses
Peas for canning
Slosh pine
Webworms
Sawflies injurious to pines
Stored-grain pests
Avocado, its insect ene-
mrles
Breeds of swine
Sweetpotatoes in heated
tobacco barns
Sheep-killing dogs
Stock-poisoning death
carmas
Weevils in beans and peas
Velvet bean
Plain concrete for farm use
A pple-orchard renovation
Types of farms
Preparing fresh tomatoes
for market
Soft red winter wheats
Marketing cow pea seed
Mealybug in California
Chrysanthemums for the
home
Good proportions in diet
Cleaning milking ma-
chines
Fumigating citrus trees
Wheat strawworm
Codling moth in Pacific
Northwest
Boll-weevil problem
Parasitic diseases of sheep
Seed potatoes
Pruning citrus trees
Home tanning of leather
TrnmatnW ac ritul Frnn


1369
1370
1371
1374
1377
1378
1380
1381
1384
1389
1390
1391
1393
1394
1395
1397
1398
1399
1400
1401
1402
1403
1404
1405
1406
1408
1409
1410
1412
1415
1419
1430
1422
1423
1424
1426
1428

1429
1433
1436
1437
1438
1439


1455
1456
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Bridge grafting
Dahlias for the home
Vegetable diseases and in-
seuts
Care of food in the home
Market in poultry
Marketin' eggs
Apple scald
Herbareous perennials. 10I
Community cotton pro-
duction
Sorro-sirup manufacture
Seeds inr the home and
market garden
The guinea fowl


Dairy-barn venLilation
Watermelons
Beef-cattle production
the ranee area
Mouse control in field a
orchard
Currnnts and gooseberr
Blackberry growing
Establishing cranber
fields
Manqein2 cranberry fie;
Cranhelry harvesting
Dewberry growing
Pumping wells for irri
tion
Windhrelk as a farm as
Garden irises
Supnressi';n of house fly
Turkey raising
Brown-rot of prunes a
cherries
Management of dairy b
Beef on the fMrm; slui
terine, cutting, curinE
Farm work horses
Handling rough rice
hich grades
Udder diseases of da


nd
ies

ry
Ida

ga-
set


nd
oll
gh-

for


enow
Prepuing cabbage for mar-
ket
Making vinegar in home
Farm plumbing
Saving livestock on south-
western ranges from star-
ration
Emmer and spelt
Secondary cultivated
grasses
Why potatoes run out
Swine production
Making fermented pickles
Dise:.ses of cabbage and re-
lared plants
Storage of sweetpotatoes
Dairy cattle breeds
Citrus fruit in Southwest
Farmsread water supply
Selection of cotton fabrics
Bome baking
Co tlace cheese
Panining on the farm
Growiner conifernus trees
Utilizing muscadine
rapes
Firting. showing, and judg-
ing hogs
Homes for birds
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1483 Insect pests in stored gral n
10a
1484 The clover leaf weevil
1485 Rural hospitals
1486 Lonp-leaf pine primer
1487 Practical hog houses
1488 Diseases of raspberries and
blackberries
1489 Green June beetle larva in
tobacco beds
1490 Hog-lot equipment
1492 Arbor day
1494 Tobacco cutworms


1495
1496


Insect enemies of flowers
Inoculation of legumes and
nonle'umes


1497 Home laundering
1498 Chinch bug
1499 The melon sphid
1501 Nut-tree propagation
1503 Horse bots


1504


Self-feedmin?
feeding of


1500 Breeds of
A merlean


versus


hand-


swine
chickens: I.
, Asiatic, Enp-


Ilsh. and l ieJiierranean


1507 Breeds


of chickens:


Con inentl[,
Oriental, an
neous


1508 Poultry
yards


European,
id miscella-


keeping


1500 Be:rn growirn in northern


1512


Ohio,


eastern


Ion, and eastern OrePon
Protecrin'e building from


lihto ning
1513 Convenient kitchcus


1514


Cqintrol


sugar-beet


nematode by crop rota-


1517 Lonholly pine primer
1518 OrchArd irricalin


1520 Soybeans
1523 Leather shoes
1524 Farm poultry


raisi ng


1525 Hayine equipment
1526 Clearinz land


1527
1528


Peach brown rot and


Control of alfalfa


weevil


1529 Spray irrigation in East
1530 Fitting dresses and blouses
1531 Tobacco budworm


1532 Dairy-herd
1533 Rat control


improvement


1535 Farm horseshoeing


1537


Johnson


gr'as


1538 Incub/t ion


is as a weed
and brooding


of chickens
1539 High-grade alfalfa hay
154 1 Feedinu chickens
1543 Insects injurious to the rice
crop
1544 Common barberry and


diseases


1551 Marketing larr
by parcel post


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1555


Peppermint


spear-


mint as farm crops
1556 Irrigation of small grain
1557 Peach insects in the South


1558


Preparing


eastern


for market
1559 Rural libraries


1560 Preparing st
market


grapes


raw berries for


1561 Puerto Rican mole cricket
1562 Farm prac ices under corn-
borer conditions


1563 Cucumber rrowir
1564 Farm hud eiinie
1566 Sorghurn midge
1567 Propa:ition of
shrubs
1568 Rabbit parasites


trees


and dis-


eases
1569 Farthworms
1570 Mosquitoes
1571 European starling in UniL-
ed States


1572
1573


Makingo cellars dry
Le~rcme hays for milk pro-


duct ion
1574 PreparinR John


1577


market
Misarv si
Rarvetin


1578 MarkerinE"


1579


1580


Conr iners


plng!


rcn hay


in Alabama and
ppi
i- Lrain sorehumrts


Iruzi


ra bies!
Cir:jr-ccbaccoo


late poainpt i


used in shi.
Is and ve.c


production


in Pennsylv,:nia
1 Oats, North Central Sr.atr
2 Protection of lo0 cabins.
rustic work. and unsea-


soined wood from


zrsecrs


1583 Sprin'-so\n red orits
1584 Feed-lot und rinch equip-


1585


meant for beef


c3111e


\'riel is of bard red winTer


whe. t
15,6 The southern pine beetle


1587


Mushroom cliuiure


1588 Prevention of frmst damarpe


1589 Husker-shredder


o) east-


ern Corn Hell farms


1590 Fire-protective


lion un the farm


1591 Transpllnting
shrubs
1592 Reef production
1594 Preparation of


construc-


trees and

bunched


vegetables for market
1595 The bollworm or corn-ear


1596


worm as a cotton pest
Cattle grubs ur heel luies


1597 Johnson
lures


1599


grass


Scaib of whe2


hay and p2-s-


it Sind barley
castrating.
and marking


I 1609 Lettuce rowing


1610 Dairy
ners
1611 Osts


in


United


western
Slater.


1612 Propacation C
game birds
1613 Propagation (
game birds
1614 Poultry records
1615 IHay stackers


for begin-


hall of

aquartio

upland


1617 Soybe.n utilization
1619 Producine sorgo for sirup
1620 Cucumbers for pickles


1621


Hard red spring wh,'ht


1622 Rural buildings
ness and so5021:.]
1623 Gipsy and
moths
1624 lek\ican bean


1626 Feedin2 dairy


2627
I62?4


lies.in fiv


G rowing


black


for bu?i-
uses
brown-tail


becf~le


cows


locust


St eim sternll13tlon


trees


of soils


tobacco and other


crops
1630 lrricrtion of alfalfa
1(;,31 Bronm r eorn
163? Karakul sheep


Window


curtaining


1-134 Sweet corn for the cannery


I1035


Surfa'ce


1636 Fairm
grmin


irr 'r icon.


bulk slora t


1637 Sucir-hbet. humid


3034n


e. small

area


Rtd-prcofln~o bruliirir's


1639 Polito
11'et


product ion in


1640 Fall-sown oats
1641 Clestnut hli'ht


164?


Alflt se


chrlcid control


1643 Farm fire .afe guards
1644 l.ncil bird refuses


Sucar-beet
Idaho


gro, ing, Utah,


i646 Asparalgus culture
1649 Chinineys and fireplaces
1650 Fl:ixceed prulduclnIon


i'ow& er


f:irminu


ema UreRt


1651 Corn


Stal es


Poultry


Ph3ins


earwormu.


di~aScs.


in north-


Eastern


Sweerilover in Corn DelL


1654 Fecan insects
1656 Peanut rowin"


1657


Orent


Ur irer'l~rua in


Pc cific No rhwest
1658 Farm tatrer power
1659 Oats. Northeastern Stazes
1660 Lops jnd pole in farm con-
si5rucLiin


corc-

green


1652
1653


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1714 Corn culture
1715 Methods and costs of
husking 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


1670

1671
1672
1673
1674
1675
1676


Hydrocyanic acid gas as a
fumigant for household
insects
Shortleaf pine
Diseases of southern pecans
Farm gardens. 10t
Food for children
Care of milk utensils
Lubricating-oil sprays for
dormant fruit trees


1677 Lawns
1678 Safe use and storage of gaso-
line and kerosene on
farm


1679
1680


1681

1682


Pop corn
Farmers in Northern
States grow timber as
money crop
Corn Belt farming under
corn-borer conditions
Usefulness of birds on the
farm


1683 Measuring water
nation channels
1686 Errors in cotton
tion


in irri-
produe-


1687 Removing spray residue
from apples and pears
1688 Cotton insects
1689 Grape varieties in United
States
1690 Moldboard plows


1691
1692
1694
1695
1697

1698
1699
1700
1701
1702
1703
1704
1705
1706
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
1712
1713


Grasshoppers in cereal and
forage crops
Bean diseases
Dressing and packing tur-
keys for market
Preparing apples for mar-
ket in barrels and boxes
Using soil-binding plants
to reclaim gullies in the
South
Heating the farm home
Growing root crops for
livestock
Marketing hay by modern
methods
Corncribs for the Corn Belt
Preparing peaches for the
market
Reservoirs for farm use
Bang's disease
Milk for the family
Varieties of durum 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
control
The treatment of American
foul brood


for farm buildings
Determining the age ,l
farm animals by their
teeth
Growing alfalfa
Feeding, care,, and man-
agement of young dairy
stock
Farm practice with les-
pedeza.
Methods and costs of filling
silos in the North Central
States
Selecting hens for egg
production.
Flax-fiber production.
Machinery for dusting
cotton.
Growing barley fr malt
and feed
Planning a subsistence
homestead


1721

1722
1723

1724
1725

1727

1728
1729
1732
1733


Leafet Series of Farmers' Bulletins


Ways to save young livestock
Cutworms in the garden
Improved sanitation in milk
production
Roundworms in pigs
Feeding dairy cows in sum-
mer
Mink raising
Storing farm butter for winter
Striped blister beetle on soy-
beans


Sheep and goat lice
Purebred dairy sires
Improving dairy herds
Woodchuck control, East
Sweetelover
Preventing feed flavors and
odors in milk
Fur farming for beginners
The farm woods-a savings
bank paying interest
Planting southern pine
The combination cleaning
and treating of seed wheat
Trichinosis
Producing pine nursery stock
in the South
Health of livestock in transit
Eggs at any meal
Woods burning in the South
Good naval-stores practice
Good food habits for children
Wild garlic and its control
Fires on farns


51 Improving cattle in areas
freed of ticks
53 Cotton-louse control
55 Small trees wasteful to cut for
saw timber
57 Pulpwood production in the
Northeast
59 Coyote and wolf trapping
60 Porcupine control
61 English-sparrow control
62 Why some wood surfaces hold
paint longer than others
64 Making and packing egg
cases
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
72 Measuring hay in stacks
73 Public market
74 Boning lamb cuts
75 Warts on cattle
76 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
erosion


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 intermountn
States
94 Hints on mountain-lion
trapping
95 How to control ragweed, the
principal cause of aitalna
hay fever
96 Protecting poultry from pr
dacious birds
97 Cross-blOcking sugar bes
by machine
98 Red-clover failure in rel
tion to anthracnose in the
southern part of the clover
belt
99 Huron timothy
100 Lespedeza ,
101 Injury to buildings by te-
mites .
102 Eradicang tuberculosis
from poultry and swine
103 Quality guides in buying
sheets and pillowcases


104 Crested wheaL grass.


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