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
Series Title:
List ;
Physical Description:
v. : ; 23 cm.
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:
1936

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Description based on: 1924; title from caption.

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157 Prolpagation of plants.
232 Okra.
304 Hops.
6M Onion culture.
434 Home production of onic
seeds and sets.
449 Rabies or hydrophobia.
471 Grape culture.
497 Game, aquatic, and rapid
cous birds.
501 Cotton improvement undi
weevil conditions.
806 Rood of well-known birds.
11l Farm bookkae ping
423 Tobacco curing.
571 Tobacco culture-.
572 'Yarm cost accounting.
576 Breeds of sheep.
5.78 Making and feeding silage.
W87 Value of skunks.
696 Growing winter wheatl
Eastern States.
003 Production of clean milk.
t8 Baeeds of beef cattle.
l19 Breeds of draft horses.
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730 Birds useful to the farmer.
731 True army worm.
736 Ginseng diseases.
739 Cutworm control.
744 Preservative treatment of
timber.
750 Roses for the home.
752 Fall army worm.
754 The bedbug.
755 Birds of Southeastern States.
756 Culture of rye in the East.
763 Bark beetles and pinhole
borers.
767 Goose raising.
776 Growing cherries east of
Rocky Mountains.
779 How to select a sound horse.
781 Tuberculowl of hogs.
783 Diary for farm accounts.
794 Citrus-fruit improvement.
798 Sheep-tick eradication.
799 Carbon disuiphid as insecti-
cide.
801 Mites and lice on poultry.
808 Horse-breeding suggestions.


885 Wheat growing in South-
eastern States.
887 Raspberry culture.
891 Corn-root aphis control.
897 Fleas and their control.
901 Everbearing strawberries.
909 Cattle-lice eradication.
917 Growing peaches.
920 Milk goats.
921 Liming soils.
924 How to increase crop yields.
926 Some common disinfect-
ants.
938 Apple bitter-rot.
940 Common white grubs.
944 Garden webworm in alfalfa.
945 Eradication of Bermuda
grass.
948 Rag-doll seed tester.
952 Breeds of light horses.
954 Disinfection of stables.
959 Spotted garden slug.
960 Neufchatel and cream
cheese.


971 Clover-flower midge.
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1028 Strawberry culture, East.
1029 Corn weevils in GuJf.
State s.
1030 Feedn horses. .
1031 FAi growing inthe South.
Atlantic and4Gulf States,
1043 Atrawberry varieties.
S1044 Oityomegare. .
'14 Laying out fieldsfor tirac-


S"10554"Looweed dise.
10 L55 eides; curing, marketing.
lo57 tattle-fever ticks.
10 Sw.eetpotato diseases,
106u Onion-disease control.
1062 Bucktheat. (
164 Mnain-ro o potatoes. Y
1068 Judgif g ecagtle&
1069 Tuberosiinive~.
1070 Fowl tlcc // -
1071 Making wooden south pay.
1085 Hog lice and hog mange.
1087 Beautifying the farmstead.
1088 Selecting a farm.
1092 Pirie rice culture.
1094 Alfalfa caterpillar.
1097 Stablefly.,
1102 Crow in relation toagricul-
ture.
117 Forestry and farm income.
1120 Apple powdery mildew.
1123 Growing hardwood seed-
lings.
1126 Sudan grass.
1128 Aphids injurious to fruits.
1132 Planning the farmstead.
1133 Feeding garbage to hogs.
1134 Castrating and docking
lambs
1135 The beef calf.
1139 Analyzing farm business.
1146 Dourineof horses.
1148 Cowpeas.
1153 Cowpeas, utilization.
1155 Diseases of sheep.
1156 Angoumois gram moth.
1157 Waterproofing and mil-
dewproofing cotton duck.
1158 Sorghum for forage.
1160 Diseases of apples in stor-
age.
1162 Proso, or hog millet.
1164 The farm-lease contract.
1166 Poison ivy and poison
1167 Essentials of animal breed-
1168 jng.
1168 Winter wheat adapted tb
East.
11%69 Deciduous shade-tree in-
sects. 10.
1171 Annual flowering plants,
1172 Use of lamb and mutton
on farm.
1173 Rural community butild-
ings.
1175 Better seed corn.t
1177 Improvement of ifain
woods.
1179 Feedinu cottonseed prod-
ets livestock.
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Gullies, how to control.
Corn and its uses as food.
Fruit and vegetable gar-
dens.
Border method of irriga-
tion
Diseases of swine.
I he peach borer.
Green manuring.
Sped peas for the canner.
portant cultivated
grases.
for canning.
8 a pine.
W bworms.
4Sawfes injurious to pines.
Stored-grain pests
Avopado, its insect ene-
mies,
Breedsof swine.
Sweetpotatoes in heated
tobacco barns.
Sheep-killing dogs.
Celery growing.
Stock-pifsoniing death
eamnas.
Weevils in beans and peas.
Velvet bean.
Plain copretefi, arm use.
Apple-orchard renovation.
Preparing fresh tomatoes
for market.
Soft red winter wheats.
Marketing cowpea seed.
Mealybug m California,
Chrysanthemums for the
home.
Cleaning :mflki ma-
chines.
Fumigatinag itrus trees.
Wheat strawworm,
Codling moth in Pacific
Northwest
Boll-weerl problem.
Parasitie diseases of sfeepI
Beed potatoes.
Pruing citrus trees.
Home tanigof leather.
Toftatoes as a trtk crop.
Polish aind Poulard
wheat.
Muleprodiuction.
Dairy-barn construction.
Oitruisfruitsin Gulf States.
Root-knot.
Corrugation irrigation.
Leef-cattle barns.
Blackleg.
Castration of hogs.
Growing rye, western
United States.
Apple growing east of Mis-
sissippi River.
Insects injurious to green-
house plants. 10.
Potato-tuber diseases.
Breaking and training
colts.
Bridge grafting.
Dahlias for the home.
Vegetable diseases and in-
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Dewberry growing.
Pumping wells for irriga-
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.
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-


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Emmer and spelt. ..
Greenhouse t ..............
Secondary cultivated .
grasses ,.
Why potatoes run out.
Swine production.
Making fermented pickles. .
Diseases of cabbage and re-
lated plants.
Storage of sweet potatoes.
Dairy cattle breeds.
Citrus fruit in Southwest.
Farmstead water supply.
Selection of cotton fabrics. .
Home baking.
Cottage cheese.
Painting on the farm.
Growing coniferous trees.
Utilizing muscadine
grapes.
Fitting, showing, and judg-
ing hogs.
Homes for birds. "
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Strawberry diseases.
Sellingblack-walnut timber.
Sunimple plumbing repairs.
Muskmelons.
Management of dairy cows.
Canning fruits and vege-
tables at home.
Preventing damage by ter- ,
mites or white ants.
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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Rural hospitals. .
Long-leaf pine primer. :
Practical ho houses. .
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Bean growing In northern
Idaho, eastern Washing-
ton, and eastern Oregon.
Protecting buildings from
lightning.
Convenient kitchens.
Control of sugar-beet nema-
tode by crop rotation.
Loblolly pine primer.
Orchard irrigation.
Soybeans.
Leather shoes.
Farm poultry raising.
Haying equipment.
Clearing land.
Control of alfalfa weevil.
Spray irrigation in East.
Fitting dresses and blouses.
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 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 strawberries for
market.
Puerto Rican mole cricket.
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.
Making cellars dry.
Preparing Johnson hay for
market min Alabama and
Mississippi.
Harvesting grain somar-
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Containers used in ship-
ping fruit 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.
The bollworm or corn-ear
worm as a cotton pest
Cattle grubs or heel flies.
Johnson gramss hay and pas-
tures.


Scab of wheat and I
Dehorning, ca
branding, and
beef cattle.
Reed canary grass.
Dairy herd impro
associations.
Soybean hay and s
Farm drainage.
Nematode disease c
and rye.
Combined harvest
thresher.
Lettuce growing.
Dairy farming for
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Oats in western half of
United States.
Propagation of aquatic
game birds
Propagation of upland
game birds.
Poul try records.
Hay sltackers.
Soybean utilization.
Producing sorgo for sip.
Cucumbers for pickles.
Hard red spring wheat.
Rural buildings for busi-
ness and social uses.
Mexican bean beetle in
East.
Feeding dairy cows.
Hessian fly.
Growing black locust trees.
Steam sterilization of soils
for tobacco and other
crops.
Irrigation of alfalfa.
Broomoorn.
Karakul sheep.
Window curtaining.
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Farm bulk storage, small
grains.
Sugar beet, humid area.
Rat-proofing buildings.
Potato production in far
West.


1640 Fall-sown oats.
1641 Chestnut blight.
1642 Alfalfa-seed chalcid control
1643 Farm fire safeguards.
1644 Local bird refuges.
1645 Sugar-beet growing, Utah,
Idaho.
1646 Asparagus culture. .
1649 Chimneys and fireplaces.
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power farming in north-
ern Great Plains.
Corn earworm, Eastern
States.
Poultry diseases. 10.
Bweetciover min Corn Belt.
Pecan insects.
Peanut growing
Great Basin wireworm in
Pacific Northwest.
Farm water power.
Oats, Northeastern States.
Logsand poles in farm con-
struction.
Farm study of cotton
plant.
Husker-shredders in corn-
borer con trol.
Winter legumes as green
manure in Cottion Belt.
Chrisrmas trees a cash
crop for rhe farm.
Rural community fire de-
partments.
Red harvester ant.
Farm terracing.
Shortleaf pine.
Farm gardens. 10t.
Food for children.
Care of milk utensils.
Lubricating-oil sprays for
dormant fruit trees.
Lawuns
Safe use and storage ofgaso-


line and kerosene on
farm.
Popcorn.
Farmers in Northern
States grow timber as
money crop.
Corn Belt farming under
corn-borer condi lions.
Usefulness of birds on the
farm.
Measuring water in irri-
gation channels.
Errors in cotton produc-
tion.
Cotton insects.
Grape varieties min United
States
Moldboard plows.
Grasshoppers in cereal and
forage crops.
Bean diseases.
Dressing and packing tur-
keys for market.
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Heating the farm home.
0Growing root crops
livestock.
Marketing bay by modi
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Reservoirs for farm use.
Bang's disease.
Milk for the family.
Varieties or durum wheat.
Varieties of common white


wheat.
Varileties of club wheat.
Pocket-gopher control.
i Range sheep production.
Wheat st and their
SThe harlequin bug and its
The treatment of American
foulbrood.
SCorn culture.
Methods and costs of husk-
Ing corn in the field.
I Mole control.
Important sugar-beet by-
products and their utii-
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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.


1719 Improving the farm envi-
ronment for wildlife.
1720 Adobe or sun-dried brick
for farm buildings.
1791 Determining the age of
farm animals by their
teeth.
1722 Growing alfalfa.
1723 Feeding, care, and man-
agement of young dairy
stock.
1724 Farm practice with lespe-
deza.
1725 Methods and costs of filing
silos in the North Cen-
tral States.
1726 Treatment and care of tree
wounds.
1727 Selecting hens for egg pro-
duction.
1728 Flax-fiber production.
1729 Machinery for dusting cot-


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Ways to save young livestock.
Cutworms in the garden.
Improved sanitation in milk
production.
Roundworms in pigs.
Needing dairy cows in sum-
mer.,
Mink raising.
Storing farm butte for winter.
Sheep aid gat oe
Imprpv dairy herds.
Woodobuek sto, East.
Sweetetlo er.
Preventing feed flvors and
odoishn milk,
Fur termIng for beginners.
The farm wood--a savings
bank paying interest.
Planting southern pine.
The combination cleaning
and treating of seed wheat.
Trichinosis.
Producing pine nursery stock
in te 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.


ire on farms.
Hygbiene in fox farming.
Toe creams without stirring.
Improving cattle in areas
freed of ticks.
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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 ero-
slon.
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.
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94 Hints on mountain-Hlou..,w.;..",
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95 How to control ragweed, the .. .t:..
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hay fever. .:ip-
96 Protecting poultry from pre- ." : :.-
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97 Croess-blooking sugar beets.... ., :
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98 Red-clover failure in rela-. '"
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99 Huron timothy 3....
100 Lespedeza. .,:'.;= ii
101 Injury to building by ter '...'
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102 Eradicatin tuberculosis .:
from poultry and swine. 4:.,
103 Quality gudes in buying .*.:.I
sheets anda pillowcanses.
104 Crested wheatgras. :...,:.:.
105 Quality guides in bu ..1IS^..
ready-made dresses. ..
106 Prevent storage rots 0b.:-;. Sn
sweetpotatoes. .: rt. ', E
107 Thebarrelseedscarifler .. h. : I:
108 Controlling kidney world. :-.
In swine in Southern M:, -::
States. .', V.;.
109 Eliminating bats haom% l bu t.. *
wings. :: .'
110 Why redclover faIla. ', .":...
111 Q abyin buying oholed-; /-...
blanketa. ..:.i:
112 Cooking American variestt .. :: Hpv
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Stop glliea-mavs
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Pear growinginthe Um Pafl ..
Coast States. -
Vetbch culture and uses. .,.:.:; ..*[
Bar-clover oultivation si C'.
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Hotbeds and coldframu. ,. .
The what and how of hy'*.:.::
brid corn .... ...
Cotton disemaes and meotb : .-..:
odi-of control. .:. -"
Subsistence farm gardens. ... .!
Flaxseed production in the o "
North CentralStates. ':.'-.
Ginning cotton. ...?%,
Modernizing farmhbweeX;. ..::
Summer crops for .ee!.Pl.
manittae and soil i*. .-.
provement. .: .i
Roof coverings fr fat.n w.V:.
buildings and their re .. ..,
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Spray-residue removal ... .:
from apples and. other .. ...
fruits -
Livestock for small faro. .. ..
Care and repair of mown V I'^"
and binders. .. ...'
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