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 -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Publications
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Division of Publications
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
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1937

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF


AGRICULTURE


OFFICE OF INFORMATION
WASHINGTON


PUBLICATIONS
PRESS SERVICE
RADIO SERVICE


The Department's supply of the publications listed below
no more than 10 copies may be sent free in response to an i
In ordering them, please use the form at the bottom of the
pages of this list. Write your name and address plainly; list
the numbers of the bulletins desired; then detach the slip at t


return


Information, Un
If more than
tendent of Doc
remittance shou
Members of Con


it in a stamped


envelope to


the Division of


ited States Department of Agricultu:
10 copies are desired they may be p
uments, Government Printing Offit
Id be sent. The price is 5 cents a c
gress are by law given four-fifths of


re,
urc


Pulb


is limited, hence
individual request.


third


fourth


in numerical order
he perforated line
locations, Office of


Washington, D. C.
hased from the Superin-


e, to whom 1


necessary


opy unless otherwise noted.
the free supply of Farmers'


Bulletins for distribution to their constituents.


M. C.


IMERRILL. Chief of Publication..


LIST


AVAILABLE FARMERS' BULLETINS
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF


AND LEAFLETS
AGRICULTURE


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157 Propagation of plants.
218 The school garden.
232 Okra.
304 Hops.
354 Onion culture.
434 Home production of onion
seeds and sets.
449 Rabies or hydrophobia.
450 Some facts about malaria.
471 Grape culture.
497 Game, aquatic, and rapa-
cious birds.
501 Cotton improvement under
weevil conditions.
506 Food of well-known birds.
511 Farm bookkeeping.
623 Tobacco curing.
571 Tobacco culture.
572 Farm cost accounting.
576 Breeds of sheep.
578 Making and feeding silage.
602 Production of clean milk.
612 Breeds of beef cattle.
613 Goldenseal under cultiva-
tion.
619 Breeds of draft horses.
630 Birds useful to the farmer.
660 Weed control.
662 Apple tree tent caterpillar.
663 Drug-plant cultivation.
675 Roundheaded apple tree
borer.
676 Hulling hard clover seed.
684 Squab raising.
685 The native persimmon.
687 Eradication of ferns in pas-
tures.
690 Field pea as forage crop.
697 Duck raising.
701 The bagiorm on shade trees.
702 Rabbits min relation to trees
and crops.


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779 How to select a sound horse
781 Tuberculosis of bogs.
782 Diary for farm accounts.
79f Citrus-fruit improvement.
798 Sheep-tick eradication
799 Carbon disulphid as insecti-
cide
801 Mites and lice on poultry.
803 Horse-breeding suggestions
805 Drainage of irrigated farms.
810 Equipment for sheep rais-
ing
825 Pit silos.
831 Red spider on cotton.
834 Hog cholera.
835 How to detect insect out-
breaks on grain crops
840 Sheep raising for beginuers.
847 Potato storage.
849 Capons.
855 Homemade silos.
864 Irrigation for beginners.
869 Muskrat as fur bearer and
food
875 Roughbeaded cornstalk
beetles.
876 Making butter on the farm.
879 Home storage of vegetables
885 Wheat growing in South-
eastern States.
887 Raspberry culture.
891 Corn-root aphis control.
900 Homemade fruit butters.
901 Everbearing strawberries.
S909 Cattle-lice eradication.
917 Growing peaches.
930 Milk goats.
934 How to increase crop yields.
926 Some common disinfect-
ants.
938 Apple bitter-rot.
944 Garden webworm in alfalfa


999
1001
1003
1006
1017
1018
1025
1026
1027
1028
1030
1031
1039
1043
1044
1045


1068
1069
1070
1071


Sweet potato growing.
Fruit growing for home use.
H .w to enntril billbugs.
\ beat jointworm.
Cattle-scab control.
Hemorrhalic septicemia.
Larger cornstalk borer.
Strawberry culture, South-
east.
Strawberry culture, West.
Strawberry culture, East.
Feeding horses.
Fig growing m the South .
Atlantic and Gulf States.
Comb-honey production.
Strawberry varieties.
City home garden.


Laying out fi
tor plowing
Control of chi
Locoweed dis
Hides; curing
Cattle-fever ti
Sweetpcotato
Onion-disease
Main-crop po
Flat headed
borer.
Judging beef
Tuber.u:luLtis


Fowl tic
Making
pay.
Harvesti
Hog lice
9eaut if.\
electing
Prairie r


elds for trac-
erry leaf spot.
ease.
. marketing.
icks.
diseases.
control.
taioes.
apple-tree
cat tie.
in livestock.


wood


in South


nrg and storing ice.
and hog mange.
inr the farmstead.
Sa farm.
ice eilt urie.


Alfallsa caterpillar.
Stable fly.
Crow in relation to agricul-
ture


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1180
1181
1182
1184
1186

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1199
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1204
1205
1210
1214
1215
1217
1219
1227
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1232
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1234
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1242
1243
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1244
1246
1250
1252
1253
1254
1255
1256
1258
1259
1260
1261
1263
1267


1268
1269
1273


1160
118e
1104
i1i4
11663
1167
1168
1169
1171
1173


Diseases of apples in stor-
age.
Proso, or hog millet.
The farm-lease contract.
Poison ivy and poison
sumac.
Essentials of animal breed-
ing.
Winter wheat adapted to
-East.
Deciduous shade-tree in-
sevts. l t.
Annual flowering plants.
Rural community build-
ings.
Better seed corn.
Improvement of farm
woods.
Feeding cottonseed prod-
ucts to livestock.
Houseeleanihg 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-
ing houses.
Potato production in the
South.
Measuring and marketing
timber.
Farm dairy houses.
Beekeeping in 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-
tion.
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.
Webworms.
Sawflies injurious to pines.
Stored-grain pests.
Avocado, its insect ene-
mies.
Breeds ofswine. e
Sweetpotatoes in heated
tobacco barns.
Sheep-killing dogs.
Oelery growing.
Stock-noisonine death


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1332
1333
1334
1338
1340
1341
13428
1343
1348
1350
1355
1357
1358
1360
1362
1366
1367
1368
1369
1370
1371
1374
1377
1378
1380
1381
1384
1390
1391
1393
1394
1395
1396

1397
1398
1399
1400
1401
1403
1404
1405
1406
1409
1410
1412
1415
1418
1419
1420
1422
1423


Parasitic diseases of sheep.
Seed potatoes.
Pruning citrus trees,
Home tanning of leather.
Tomatoes as a truck crop.
Polish and Poulard
wheats.
Mule production.
Dairy-barn construction.,
Citrus fruits in Gulf States.
Corrugation irrigation.
Beef-cattle barns.
Blackleg.
Castration of hogs.
Growing rye, western
United States.
Apple growing east of
Mississippi River.
Insects injurious to green-
house plants. 10.
Maple-sirup and sugar.
Potato-tuber diseases.
Breaking and training
colts.
Bridge grafting.
Dahlias for the home.
Vegetable diseases and
insects. 10.
Care of food in the home.
Marketing poultry,.
Marketing eggs.
Apple scald.
Herbaceous perennials.
lot.
Community cotton pro-
duction.
Seeds for the home and
market garden.
The guinea fowl.
Dairy-barn ventilation.
Watermelons.
Beef-eattle production in
the range area.
The dasheen, a Southern
root crop for home use
and markets.
Mouse. control in field and
orchard.
Currants and gooseberries.
Blackberry growing.
Establishing cranberry
fields.
Managing cranberry fields.
Dewberry growing.
Pumping wells for itriga-
tion.
Windbreak as a farm asset.
Garden irises.
Turkey raising.
Brown-rot of prunes and
cherries.
Management of dairy bull.
Beef on the farm; slaugh-
tering, cutting, curing.
Greenhb house lettuce grow-
ing.
Farm work horses.
Handling rough rice for
high grades.
Udder diseases of dairy
4cows.
PreDaring cabbage for mar-


1497
1499
1501


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Fit i
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Hom
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Strain
Selli
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Simt
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1453
1454
1455
1456
1457
1458
1459
1460
1468
1470
1472
1474
1477
1478
1479
1480
1483
1484
1485
1486
1487
1488
1489
1490
1492
1494
1495
1496


ring coniferous trees.
living muscadine
pes
ng, showing, and judg-
hogs.
es for birds.
ing apples in boxes.
berry diseases.
ng black-walnut tim-
r.
ole plumbing repairs.
kmelons.
agement of dairy cows.
ending damage by ter-
les or white ants.
removal from fabrics.
tus powder-post
el Miles
le scab.
le blotch.
lI concrete construe-
n on the farm.
,t pests in stored grain.


10.
The clover-leaf wee
Rural hospitals.
Long-leaf-pine prim
Practical hog house
Diseases of raspber
blackberries.
Green June beetle
tobacco beds.
Hog-lot equipment.
Arbor Day.
Tobacco cutworms.
Insect enemies of fi
Inoculation of legut
nonlegumes.
Home laundering
The melon aphid.
Nut-tree propagation


1503 Horse bots.
1504 Self-feed ing versus
feeding of swine


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ries and
larva in


owers.
mies and


tn.


hand-


1506 Breeds of chickens. I.
American, A.ialic, Eng-
lish, and Medilerranean.
1507 Breeds of chickens: I.


Continental,
Oriental, and


European,
miscela-


Deous.
1508 Poultry keeping in back
yards.
1509 Bean growing in northern
Idaho, eastern Washing-


1512

1513
1514

1517
1518
1520
1523
1524
1525
1526
1527
1529
1530


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.
Lear her shoes.
Farm poultry raising.
Haying equipment.
Clearing land.
Peach brown rjot and scab
Spray irrigation in East.
Pitting dresses and blnUSA.


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1551 Marketing farm
by parcel post.
1553 Planning and


produce
recording


family expenditures.
1554 Poultry houses
1555 Peppermi. and spear-
mint as farm crops.
1556 Irrigation of small grain
1557 Peach insects in the South.
1559 Rural libraries.
1560 Preparing strawberries for
market.
1561 Puerto Rican mole cricket.
1562 Farm practices under corn-
borer conditions.
1563 Cucumber growing.
1564 Farm budgeting.
1566 Sorghum midge.


1567 Propagation
shrubs.
1568 Rabbit ,ar


of trees


sites and dis-


eases.
1569 Earthworms.
1571 European starling


United


States.


1574 Preparing Johnson hay for
market in Alabama and
Mississippi.


1577 Harvesting
ghums.
1578 Marketing late


1579 Containers


ping
tables.


fruits


1580 Cigar-tobacco


in Pennsylvania.


1581 Oats. North


1582


Protection


gram
potatoes


sor-


used in ship-


vege-


production


Central States
of log cabins,


rustic work, and unsea-
soned wood from insects
1583 Spring-sown rl oats.
1584 Feed-lot and inch equip-
ment for beef cattle.
1585 Varieties of hard red
winter wheat.
1586 The southern pine beetle.


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Mushroom culture


1588 Prevention of frost damage.


1589 Husker-shredder


on easr-


ern Corn Belt farms


1591 Transplanting
shrubs.


1592


Beef production


1594 Preparation


trees


bunched


veRetables for market.
1596 Cattle grubs or heel rlies.


1597 Johnson


hay and'


tIures.
1599 Scab of wheat and barl


1600 Dehorning,


branding.
beef cattle.
collection a
tion of insei


1601 C


1602 Reed


1604 Dairy


castrating,
and marking
nd preserva-
cts.


canary grass.


herd improvement


associations.
1605 Soybean hay and seed.
1606 Farm drainage.
1607 Nematode disease of wheat
and rye.


1609 Lettuce growing.
1610 Dairy farming for


hepin-


1611 Oats


1612


western


United States.
Propagation o:
game birds.


1613 Propagation o
game birds.
1614 Poultry records.


1615
1617


Hay stickers.
Soybean ut ilization.


half of
aquatic
upland


1619 Produi.ing sorgo for sr
1620 Cucumbers for pickles.
1621 Hard red spring wheat.


1622 Rural buildings
ness and social


1624 Mexican


bean


East.
1625 Tkk fever.
1626 Feeding dairy cows.


1627


fHesian fly.


1628 Growing black


for busi-
uses.
beetle in


ocust


1629 Steam sterilization of soils
for tobacco and other
crops.
1630 Irrigation of alfalfa.
1631 Broomcorn.
1632 Karakul sheep.
1633 Window curtaining.
1634 Sweet corn for the cannery.


1635


Surface irrigation, East.


1636 Farm bulk storage, small
grains.


1637


Suerar heet, humid area.


1638 Rat proofing buildings.
1639 Potato production in far
West.
1640 Fall-sown oats.
1642 Alfalfa-seed ehalcid control.
1643 Farm fire safeguards.
1644 Local bird refuges.


1645


ugar-beet growing, Utah,
Idaho.


S1646 Asparagus culture.


1650 FI-axseed


production


in north-


eastern

10W.


power farming


ern Great Plains.
1651 Corn earworm,
States.
1652 Poultry diseases.


1653 Sweetclover in Corn Belt
1654 Pect-ian insects
1656 Peanut growing.


1657 Great


Basin wireworm in


Pacific Northwest
1658 Farm water power.


1659 Oats,
1660 Logs


Northeastern States.
and poles in farm con-


struction.


1661 Farm
pl-ant.


study


cotton


1662 Husker-shredders in corn-
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-
partments.
1668 Red harvester ant.
1669 Farm terracing.


1671 Shortleaf pine.
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1675 Care of milk ute
1676 Lubricating-oil


sprays


dormant fruit trees.
1677 Lawns.


1679 Popcorn.
1680 Farmers
States


1681 Corn


money crop.


Northern
timber as


Belt farming


under


corn-borer conditions.
1682 Usefulness of birds on the
farm.


1683 Measuring water
nation channels.


1686 Errors


in cotton


1688 Cotton insects.
1689 Grape varieties in
States.
1690 Moldhboard plows.


in irri-
produc-


United


1691 Grasshoppers in cereal and
forage crops.


1692 Bean


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1693 Growing


Christmas


on the farm.
1694 Dressing and packing tur-
keys f'.'r market.


1695 Preparing


ket in barrels
1696 Deciduous-fruit


1697 U


meni


apples for mar-


and boxes.
impro'we-


through


formance records.
sinz soil-bind:ng plants
to reclaim cullies in the


South
1698 Heatino the farm home.


1699 Grow-in r
livetrrc k.


1700 Marketing
met hods.
1701 Corncribs


crops


hay by
for the


1702 Preparing peaebes


modern
Corn
for the


market.
1703 Re ervoirn for farm use.


170-1 Bang's disease.
1705 Milk for the family.
1700 Vairetiei of durum w


1707 Varieties


heat.


of common white


wheat
1708 Varieties of club wheat.
1709 Pocket-Ropher control.
1710 RMnge sheep production.


1711 Wheat


1712


sinucs


their


control
The harlequin bug and its


control
1713 The treatment of American
foul brood.
1714 Corn culture.


1715


Methods and


costs


ing corn in the field.
1716 Mole control.


1718 Important


sugar-beet


of husk-


products and their utli-
iration.
1719 Improving the farm envi-
ronment for wildlife.


1720 Adobe or sun-dried
for farm buildings.
1721 Determining the 1


farm animals


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1723


1724

1725


1726
1727

1728
1729

1730
1731
1732


Growing aalfaM.
Feeding, care, and man-
agement of young dairy
stock.
Farm practice with lespe-
deza.
Methods and costs of filling
silos in the North Cen-
tral States.
Treatment and care of tree
wounds.
Selecting hens for egg pros
duction,
Flax-fiber production.
Machinery for dusting cot-
ton.
Rabbit production.
Alfalfa varieties in the
United States.
Growing barley for malt
and feed.


1733 Planning a subsistence
homestead.
1734 Making American cheese
on the farm for home con-
sumption.


1735

1736
1737

1738
1739

1740
1741

1743
1744

1745

1746
1747

1748
174-

1750


1751


Pea diseases and their c
trol.
Anthrax.
Stop gullies-save y
farm.
Farmhouse pants
Pear growing in the Pac
Coast States.-
Vetch elturte anduses.
Bir-clovet Ativation
utilization.
Hotbeds and codframe


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The what.and how of hy-
brid com .
Cotton diseases and meth-
ods of control,
Subsistence farm gardens.
Flasseed prodiction in the
NQrth Central States.
Ginning cotton.
Modernizing farmhouses,
100
Sunmer crops for green
manure and soil im-
provement.
Roof eSerings for farm
buildings and their repair.


1752 Spray-residue removal from
apples and other fruits.
1753 Livestock for small farms..
1754 Care and repair of mowers
and binders.


1756


1757

1758


Selection of
farma and
ings.
Diets to fi
income.
Cover crops
servation.


Slumber for
home build-

t the family

for soil con-


1759 Game management on the
farm.


1760

1761
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1764

1765

1767


Use of bluegrass sod
control of soil erosion.
Harvesting with combir
Home canning of fru
vegetables and meatS.
Growing and feeding gr
sorgbums.
Guides for buying she
blankets, bath towels,
Soil defense in the Pi
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1769 Dairy cattle judging.


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Leaflet Series of Farmers' Bulletins


J Ways to save young livestock.
2 Cutworms in the garden.
3 Improved sanitation in milk
production.
5 Roundwormns inpigs.
9 Storing firn butter for winter.
13 Sheep and goat lice.
19 Improving dairy herds.
21 Woodchuck control, East.
23 Sweetclover.
25 Preventing feed flavors and
odors in milk.
27 Fur farming for beginners.
29 The farm woods-a savings
bank paying interest.
30 Cuttingthe farm woods
profitwise.
32 Planting southern pine.
33 The combination cleaning
and treating of seed wheat.
34 Trichinosis.
35 Producing pine nursery stock
in the South.
38 Health of livestock in transit.
39 Eggs at any meal.
40 Woods burning in the South.
41 Good naval-stores practice.
42 Good food habits for children.
43 Wild garlic and its control.
44 Fires on farms.
47 Hygiene in fox farming
49 Ice creams without string.
51 Improving cattle in areas
freed of ticks.
53 Cotton-louse control.
55 Small trees wasteful to cut
for saw timber.


56 Preventinmg cracks inm new
wood floors.
57 Pulpwood production in the
Northeast.


61 English-sparrow control,
62 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.
72 Measuring hay min stacks,.
73 Public market:
74 Boning lamb cuts.
75 Warts on cattle.
76 Slip covers.
77 Bracing fprm buildings,.
78 Bobcat trapping.
83 More turpentine, less sear,
better pine.
84 Planting black walnut.
85 Strip cropping to prevent
erosion.
86 Protect hardwood stands
from grazing,
87 Wind-resistant construction
for farm buildings.
88 Livestock poisoning by
plants producing hydro-
cyanie aid,
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-Mount ai
States.
94 Hints on mountai-hlion
trapping. -
95 How tob control ragwnd, the
principal cuse of autumn
hay fever.


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97 Cross-blocking sugar beets
by machine. .
98 Red-clover failure in rela-
tin tto snthr e3UU
southern part of the Clover,
Belt.
99 Huron timothy.
00 Lespedeza.
01 Injury to buildings by ter-
mites.
03 Eradicating tuberculosis
from poultry and swine.
04 Crested wheatgrass.
05 Quality guides in buying
ready-made dresses.


106 Prevent storage rots of
sweet potatoes.
107 The barrel seed scarifier.
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 of its uses.
114 Vine-mesquite for erosion
control on Southwestern
ranges.
115 Timothy seed production.
116 Growing the Jerusalem
artichoke.
117 Quality guides in buying
women's cloth coats.
118 Controlling lungworms of
swine.
119 White clover.
120 Excluding birds from resear-
voirs and fishponds.
122 United States graded and
stamped meat


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