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:
1934

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Description based on: 1924; title from caption.

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Publications,
Agriculture,


Washington, D.C.
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free


supply


they may be purchased from. the
?rnment Printing Office, to whom


be sent.


The price is 5 cents a copy


Members of Congress ar


Farmers'


Bulletins


by law given four
for distribution to


their constituents.


1MERRILL


, Chief of Publications.


LIST


AVAILABLE


FARMERS'


BULLETINS


AND


LEAFLETS


THE


UNITED


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DEPARTMENT


AGRICULTURE


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157 Propagation of plants
232 Okra
304 Hops
384 Onion culture
434 G rowing onion seed
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446 Crops for alkali land
449 Rabies or hydrophobia
471 Drape culture
497 Game, aquatic, and
cious birds


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501 Cotton improvement under
weevil conditions


506
511


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Food of well-known bird
Farm bookkeeping
Vetches
Tobacco curing
Tobacco culture
Farm costaccounting
Breeds of sheep
Making and feeding silaj
Value of skunks


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693 ir clover
697 Duck raising
701 The bagworm


share


trees
703 Rabbits in relation to trees
and crops
705 The catalpa sphinx
708 The leopard moth
712 School lunches
713 Sheep scab
727 Growing fruit for home usa
on the Great Plains
731 True army worm
736 OGinseng diseases
739 Cutworm control
' 740 House ants
744 Preservative treatment of


tim ber
750 Roses for the home
752 Fall army worm
754 The bedbug
755 Birds of Southeastern States


805 Drainage of irrigated farms
810 Equipment for sheep rais-
ing I
825 Pit pll ,
834 Ho, cholera
835 How up detect insect out-
4 b(eks on grain crops
844 Attracting birds in Middle.
Atlantic States
846 The Wbacco beetle
847 Potato storage '
,849 Capons
85.5 Hotnemade silo1" .
8,7 Screw? worts 'und o iher
maggots affecting animals
864 Irrigation fur beginners
869 Muskrat as fur bearer and
food


875 Roughbeaded
beetles
876 Making butter
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Breads of light horses
SDisinfection of stables
SSpotted garden slug
Clover-flower midge
Cooling milk and cream
The spinose ear tick
Green clover worm in
alfalfa
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 -
*Hemorrhagie septicemia
Larger corn stalk-borer
Strawberry culture, Bouth
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; during, marketing
Cattle-fever ticks
Sweetpotato diseases
Onion-disease control
BuckWheat
Main-crop potatoes
Judging beef cattlbl
Tubereulosisin livnetock
TFpwl tick
Making wood in Bouth
pay,
Hog lice and hog mange
Bautifying the farmstead
etIecflng a farm


Stable y f ly
Crow in rel tibd" aric -
ture -
Forestry and farm income.
Apple powdery mildew
Growing hardveod ae-
lings


Feefiahgrl~att6 hogs
Castrating and docking
lambs
The beef calf
Analyzing farm business
Cooperative marketing
Tfnrins nf hnrsat


1169 Deciduous shade-tree in-
sects. Ibt
1171 Annual flowering plants
1172 Use of lamb'and mutton


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1175
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1179
1180
1181
1182
1184
1186
1191
1199
1203
1804
1805
1210
1214
1217
1219
1227
1231
1232
1233
1234
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1242

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1246
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1253
1254
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1267


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1284
1289
1291
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1308
1309
1311
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on farm
SRural community build-
ings ,
Betterseed corn
Improvement of farm
woods
SFeeding cottonseed prod-
nets to livestock
SHouse cleaning made
easier .
Raising sheep on tempo-
Srary pastures
Farm inventories
SGinseng elture
Pork on the farm; killing,
curing, canning
Making America cheese
SJudging 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-grain
aphis
SFloors and floor covering
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-
tion
Diseases of swine
The peach borer
Green manuring
Seed peas for the canner
Important cultivated
grasses
Peas for canning
Slash pine
Webworxms
Sawflies injurious to pines
Stored-grain pests
Avocado, its insect ene-
mines
Breeds of swine
Sweetpotatoes in heated
tobacco barns
Sheep-killing dogs
Stock-poisoning death
camas
Weevils in beans and peas
Velvety bean
Plain concrete for farm use
Apple-orchard renovation
Types of farms
Preparing fresh tomatoes
for market
Soft red winter wheat
Marketing cowpea seed
Mealybug min Califora
Chrysanthemums for the
home
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1353
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Clothes-moth control :*
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Castration of hogs -..*
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Apple growing east of -/;""
Mississippi River .
Insects injurious to green-
house plants. 10I ..IS
Potato-tuber diseases ..

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Bridge grafting ..
Dabilurfor the bomb r:
Vegetable diseases and in- .
sects .
Care of food in the home .
Marketing poultry
Market ing eggs :.:
Apple scald
Herbaceous perennials. I0 *-"
Community cotton pro- ,
duction ..
Sorgo-sirup manufacture
Seeds for the home and
market garden :1
The guinea fowl -
Dair'y-barn ventilation
Watermelons
Beef-cattle production in
the range area
Mouse control in field and
orchard
Currants and gooseberries
Blackberry growing.
Establishing cranberry
fields
Managing cranberry fields
Cranberry harvesting ,
Dewberry growing
Pumping wells for irriga-
tion
Windbreak as a farm asset
Garden irises
Suppression of house fly .....
Turkey raising
Brown-rot of prunes and
cherries
Management of dairy bull
Beef on the farm; slaugh- -
tering, cutting, curing.
Farm work horses
Handling rough rice for
high grades
Udder diseases of dairy
cows .
Preparing cabbage for mar- .
ket
Making vinegar in home ..
Farm plumbing "
Saving livestock on south- .
western ranges from star- .
ration.
Emmer and spelt .2
Secondary cultivated ..
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Why potatoes run out .,:
Swine production .,...
Making fermented pickles =
Diseases of cabbage and re-. .
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Muskmnelons
Management of dairy cows
Canning fruits and vege-
tables at home
Stain removal from fabrics
Soil productivity and crop
rotation
Lyctus powder-post
beetles
Apple scab
Apple blotch
Small concrete construc-
tion on the farm
Insect pests in stored grain.
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The clover leaf weevil
Rural hospitals
Long-leaf pine primer
Practical bog houses
Diseases of raspberries and
blackberries
Green June bettle larva in
tobacco beds
Hog-lot equipment
Arbor day
Tobacco cutworms
Insect enemies of flowers
Inoculation of legumes and
nonlewumes
Home laundering
Chinch bug
The melon aphid
Nut-tree propagation
Horse bots
Self-feeding versus band-
feeding of swine
Breeds of chickens: I.
Awerican. Asiatic, Eng-
lish, and Mediterranean
Breeds of chickens; II.


Continental,
Oriental, an
neons
1508 Poultry keep
yards


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1509 .Bean growing in northern
Ohio. eastern Washing-
ton. and eastern Oregon


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1514


1517
1518
1520
1523
1524
1525
1526
1527
1528
1529
1530
1531
1532
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1535
1537
1538


Protecting buildings from
lightning
Convenient kitchens
Control of sugar-beet
nematode by crop rota-
tion
Loblolly pine primer
Orchard irrigation
Soybeans
Leather shoes
Farm poultry raising
Haying equipment
Clearing land
Peach brown rot and scab
Control of alfalfa weevil
Spray irrigation in East
Fitting dresses and blouses
Tobacco budworm
Dairy-herd improvement
Rat control .
Farm borseshoeing
Johnson grass as a' weed
Incubation and brooding
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1541
1543
1544
1545
1546
1547
1548
1549
1551
1553
1554
1555
1556
1557
1558
1559
1560
1561
1562
1563
1564
1566
1567
1568
1569
1570
1571


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1581
1582

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1584
1585
1586
1587
1588
1589
1590
1591
1592
1594


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, Ala., Miss.
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
Preparing eastern grapes
for market
Rural libraries
Preparing strawberries 'for
market
Puerto Rican mole cricket
Farm practices under corn-
borer conditions
Cucumber growing
Farh budgeting
Sorghum midge
Propagation of trees and
shrubs
Rabbit parasites and dis-
eases
Earthworms
Mosquitoes
European starling in Unit-
ed States
Making cellars dry
Legume hays for milk pro-
duction
Preparing Johnson hay for
marker in Alabama and
Mississippi
Harvesting gram sorghums
Marketing late potatoes


Containers used in
ping fruits and
tables
Cigar-tobacco prod
in Pennsylvania
Oats, North Central
Protection of log
rustic work, and
soned wood from
Spring-sown red oat
Feed-lot and ranch


meant for beef cat
Varieties of bard re
wheat
The southern pine
Mushroom culture
Prevention of frost
Husker-shredder c
ern Corn Belt fai
Fire-protective ci
tion on the farm
Transplanting tr
shrubs
Beef production
Preparation of I:
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1597
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1600

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1603
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1606
1607
1608
1609
1610
1611
1612
1613


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1624
1626
1627
1628
1629


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1638
1639


1640
1641
1642
1643


The bollworm or corn-ear
worm as a cotton pest
Cattle grubs or heel flies
Johnson grass hay and pas-
tures
Sc:b of wheat and barley
Dehorning, castrating.
branding, and marking
beef cattle
Reed canary grass


Shelter belts on tl
era Great Plain
Dairy herd impr
associations
Soybean bohay and
Farm drainage
Nematode disease
and rye
Combined] harve:
thresher
Lettuce growing
Dairy farming fc
ners
Oats in western
United States
Propagation of
game birds
Propagation of
game birds
Poultry records
Hay stackers


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movement
seed
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aquatic
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Soybean utilization
Producing sorio for sirup
Cucumbers for pickles
Hard red spring wheat
Rural buildings for bus
ness and social uses


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Gipsy and brown-tail
moths
Meucan bean beetle in
East
Feeding dairy cows
Hessian fly
Growing black locust trees
Steam sterilization of solis
for tobacco and other
crops
Irrigation of alfalfa
Broom corn
Karakul sheep
Window curtaining
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 ebalcid 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
power farming in north-
ern Great Plains
1651 Corn earworm, Eastern
States
1652 Poultry diseases. l0o
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165B6 Pent growing
1007 GreatVlasin wireworm ti
Pacifi Northwest
1658 Farm water power
1659 Oats, Northeastern States
1660 Logs and poles in farm con-
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1661 Farm


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plant
1662 Hausker-shredders in corn-


borer control
1663 Winter legumes as green
mature in Cotton Belt


1664 Christmas


trees


crop for the farm


cash


1666 Controlling orchard insect
pesta. 10l
1667 Rural community fire de-
partments
1668 Red harvester ant
1669 Farm terracing
1670 Hydroeyanic acid gas as a
Sfunmigant for household
insects
1671 Shortleaf pine
1672 Diseases of southern pepans
1673 Farm gardens. 10W
1674 Food for children
1675 Care of milk utensils
1676 Lubricating-oil sprays for
dormant fruit trees
1677 Lawns


1678 Safe use and storage 0f gaso-
line and kerosene on
farm


1679 Pop corn
1680 Farmers
States


Northern
timber as


money crop
1681 Corn Belt farming under
corn-borer conditions
1682 Usefulness of birds on the
farm
1683 Measuring water in irri-
gation ohanze
1686 Errors in cotton produc-
tion
1687 Removing spray residue
froip apples and pears
1688 Cotton insects
1689 Gape varieties in United
States
1690 Moldboard plows
1691 Grasshoppers in cereal and
forage crops
1692 Bean diseases
1694 Dressing and packing tur-
keys for market
1695 Preparing apples for mar-
ket in barrels and boxes
1697 Using soil-binding plants
to reclaim gullies in the
South
1698 Heating the farm home
1699 Growbg root crops for live-
stock


Leaflet Series of Farmers


1 Ways to save young livestock
2 Ctitworms in the garden
< Improved sanitation in milk
production
5 Roundworms in pigs
7 Feeding dairy cows in sum-
mer
8 Mink raising
9 Storing farm butter for winter
10 Dairy cow at calving time
18 Striped blister beetle on soy-
beans
13 Sheep and goat lice
16 Purebred dairy sires
19 Improving dairy herds
20 Care of dairy call
21 Woodchuck control, East
23 Sweetelover
25 Preventing feed flavors and
odors in milk
27 Fur farming fortbeginners
29 The farm woods--A savings
bank paying interest
32 Planting southern pine
33 The combination cleaning


and treating of seed wheat


84 Trichinosis
as Producing plne nursery stock
in the south


the cotton


87 Poisoning
weevil


88 Health of livestock in transit
39 Eggs at any meal
40 Woods burning in the South
41 Good naval-stores practice
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1701 Corneribs for the Corn felt
1702 Preparing peaches for the
market
1703 Reservoirs for farm use
1704 Bang's disease
1705 Milk for the family
1706 Varieties of durum wheat
1707 Varieties of common white
wheat
1708 Vpri~ti of "
1709
1710 aniges eepp tic on
1711 Th .

1712 The harlequin bug and its
control
1713 The treatment of American
.Foulbrood
1714 Corn culture
1715 Methods and costs of husk-
ing corn in the field
1716 Mole control
1717 Game laws for the season
1933-34
1718 Important sugar-beet by-
products and their utill-
zation -
1719 Improving the farm envi-
ronment for wild life
1720 Adobe or sun-dried brick
for farm buildings


Bulletins


44 Fires on farms
47 Hygiene in fox farming
49 lee creams without stirring
51 Improving cattle in" areas
freed of ticks
53 Cotton-louie 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
68 Why some wood surfaces hold
paint longer than others
64 Making and packing egg
cases


65 Red-squill
control


powder


67 Beef grading and stamping
service
68 Roadside markets
70 Home mixing of fertilizers
71 Frgilizers for pecan soils
72 Measuring hay in stacks
73 Public market
74 Boning lamb cuts
75 Warts on cattle
76 Slip covers
7 Bracing farm buildings
78Bobat trapping
82 Controlling gullies by blue-
grass sod


83 More


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85 Strip cropping to
erosion


86 Protect


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87 Wind-resistant construction


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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 intermountain
States
94 B i n t s on mountain-lion
trapping


95 How to control ragweed, the.
principal cause of autumn
hay fever .
96 Protecting podltrl wior pi,
dacious birds
97 Cross-blocking sugar bee

98 Red-clover failure in rela-
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100 Lopgeas
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